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Top-rated vacation rentals in Boone

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Cabin in Banner Elk
Modern Luxe, Hot Tub, Fire Pit, King Bed, MT Views
Looking for a modern luxe romantic getaway? A peaceful mountain retreat to reconnect with nature and each other? Slow down and relax at the Hickory-Hide-Away Treehouse. Enjoy views of the mountains while being nestled among the trees at this 400ft elevated newly built home. Minutes from dining, wine tasting, breweries, shopping, art galleries, hiking, skiing, rafting and more. Centrally located just 1 mile from downtown Banner Elk and close to Boone, Blowing Rock, Grandfather Mt, Sugar Mt.
$239 per night
Home in Blowing Rock
Glass House Of Cross Creek Farms
Kick back and relax in this Luxurious mountain contemporary home located in the poplar subdivision of Cross Creek Farms, Blowing Rock NC. This home sits on a 2 acre lot with plenty of privacy and has an abundance of windows allowing the sunlight shine through and for you to enjoy the beauty of the forest that surrounds you. This home features an open concept with vaulted living area, large kitchen, expansive bedroom with spa like bathroom. A short drive miles to either Boone or Blowing Rock.
$217 per night
Home in Blowing Rock
Branches at Cross Creek Farms
As you walk down to this tucked away home, reality starts to fade away. You will be greeted with Large covered porch that invites you into the home. This home features an open floor plan, walls of windows that overlook the mature trees. This home was designed for a luxurious couples retreat thoughtfully designed with stylish furnishings and art work, spa like bathroom where you can soak in a vessel tub over looking nature in privacy. Come and relax @ Branches Of Cross Creek.
$234 per night

Stay near Boone's top sights

Dan'l Boone Inn70 locals recommend
Mast General Store Boone107 locals recommend
Boone Mall26 locals recommend
Coyote Kitchen115 locals recommend
Come Back Shack52 locals recommend
Kidd Brewer Stadium7 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Boone

Cottage in Banner Elk
Tranquil, Stylish and The Views!
$226 per night
Tiny home in Boone
Elegant, new tiny home, hot tub, near town
$102 per night
Tiny home in Boone
Tiny Home Cabin, Views, Hot Tub, Fire Pit, PRIVATE
$107 per night
Cabin in Boone
Storybook A-Frame Cabin in the Woods Close to Downtown Boone
$155 per night

Your guide to Boone

All about Boone

Stationed in North Carolina’s rugged Blue Ridge Mountains, Boone radiates enough Appalachian charm to impress any outdoor enthusiast. Boone is teeming with streams for fly fishing and canoeing, mountains for hiking and skiing, and summits for scanning miles of dramatic scenery. And it’s an optimal basecamp for exploring neighboring towns like Banner Elk and Valle Crucis. Named after the 19th-century pioneer, the town has stayed true to its woodsy roots, with miles of trails, pristine wilderness, and small-town charm. Yet for a tiny frontier town of 20,000 residents (also home of Appalachian State University), Boone also has a bounty of historic draws, culinary delights, and cultural activities on its lively main drag.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Boone

Boone is enjoyable year-round, with mild summers, vivid fall foliage, and white, snowy winters. But since this is a seasonal climate, you’ll want to pack according to the time of year. Winters are bone-cold, with January claiming an average low of 23 degrees Fahrenheit, but it’s a prime time for winter sports like skiing at Appalachian Ski Mountain or ice skating at the spacious outdoor rink at Beech Mountain. If it’s warmer weather you seek, June through September are consistently in the mid-70s, making it perfect for just about any activity. Fall is also beautiful, but be sure to pack enough layers as the chill can be formidable.

Top things to do in Boone

Grandfather Mountain State Park

Just a half-hour drive from Boone is the tallest peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and North Carolina's newest state park, Grandfather Mountain State Park. Three trailheads offer a choose-your-own high-country adventure, from moderate hikes to advanced mountaineering. Plot your course before you go, as a permit is mandatory for all hikers.

Blue Ridge Parkway

One of the Appalachians’ most scenic drives is also one of its most efficient sightseeing trips: The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile serpentine road lined with photogenic landmarks and cinematic views. The Boone portion provides frequent pull-outs for waterfalls, hikes, and vistas. Don’t miss the 1,243-feet-long Linn Cove Viaduct, one of the Parkway’s most photographed landmarks.

Foggy Mountain Gem Mine

Relive the ways of Boone's brawny homesteaders by panning for gems in a water flume at Foggy Mountain Gem Mine. It’s a great way to learn about the local gem mining industry, and whatever gems you find can be cut and polished on-site.

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