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The Blue Ridge Mountains get their name from the distinctive blue haze that characterizes the range from afar. The peaks are more than just a predominant feature of the eastern United States—it is a landscape through which Mother Nature shows her talent for beauty and grace. Spanning six states, the mountain range is the gateway to the Appalachian Trail. It is also home to tons of activities, as well as many dazzling Blue Ridge Mountains vacation rentals that will take your breath away.

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Eagles Nest at Big Bear Estates 3D Tour
6 Bedroom | 5.5 Bath | Sleeps 13

Eagles Nest at Big Bear Estates - Waynesville, NC

From $300
A River Runs By It 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

A River Runs By It - Epworth, GA

From $84
Little Cabin On The Creek 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Little Cabin On The Creek - Epworth, GA

From $74
The Rock House at Big Bear Estates 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Rock House at Big Bear Estates - Waynesville, NC

From $98
The Retreat 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Retreat - Dahlonega, GA

From $89

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Recent Blue Ridge Mountains vacation rental reviews

I'll start by saying that we choose this condo because of its previous great reviews. They were all correct - we felt right at home in this unit. Everything was in good working order. Looking through the reviews of some other units we saw many issues with things like rotting wood on the decks. No such concerns with this one - we'd quickly stay there again. The only 2 suggestions I have are: 1) Remove the reference to a dishwasher (mentioned in the unit's online description). There is not a dishwasher. 2) Supply a snow shovel. We were at the unit this past weekend when the area got about a foot of snow. The many outdoor stairs were completely covered and difficult to navigate, especially with luggage. All in all it was a very nice weekend in a nice condo. We look forward to returning.
John P. | Jan 2022
My family of 5 really enjoyed staying here. We had two young kids and an infant and were very cozy and spacious at the same time. The amenities in the condo are amazing which made us feel at home. We loved to cook and enjoy the gas fireplace. The owners bath was awesome. This unit was super close to everything we wanted to do and we had no trouble navigating the roads. We stayed during a big snow storm that delivered high winds and over 12" of snow while we were here. Everything was great and would definitely stay here again!
Kiersten B. | Jan 2022
Great cabin, had everything we needed. The hot tub was clean and nice. Easy walk down to the fir pit
Rebecca D. | Jan 2022

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Where are our Blue Ridge Mountain cabin rentals?

Far from the noise of vibrant Atlanta, GA, and offering different scenery from coastal Savannah, GA, a Blue Ridge Mountains vacation rental is a great place to escape into the solitude of nature. Beginning in the southernmost portion of Georgia in Carlisle, the Blue Ridge Mountains work their way north all the way to Mount Oglethorpe, Pennsylvania, encompassing approximately 615 miles. The range is typically referred to as narrow, but it boasts some of the highest peaks in eastern North America, including 125 mountains that exceed 5,000 feet in elevation.

National forests in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Our Blue Ridge Mountains vacation rentals are surrounded by spectacular scenery. The mountains are home to two national parks, Shenandoah National Park and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. These two parks offer a combined 1,350 miles of trails, so if you're into hiking, you'll be covered! Explore streams, cliffs, and waterfalls as you search for glimpses of wildlife and snap photos. After all, you'll have one of the best backdrops imaginable. Fly fishing, backcountry camping, and horseback riding are also popular activities during a stay in one of our cabin rentals near the national parks.

A number of national forests also surround our Blue Ridge Mountain vacation rentals: Chattahoochee, Cherokee, Nantahala, Pisgah, Jefferson, and George Washington. These national forests include more than 700 varieties of trees and plants, the perfect environments for flora lovers. These forests are wonderful for hiking as well, but you can also try something new like gem mining or rock sliding. After a full day of exploring, you'll be glad to have a cozy cabin rental to return to.

Fall foliage around your Blue Ridge Mountain cabin rental

With the changing of seasons comes not only a difference in temperature but also a stunning display of bright foliage one can't help but admire. A Blue Ridge Mountain cabin is an incredible place to witness the fall foliage. In fact, some people plan trips just to witness the beauty that arrives with autumn. The peak season is between mid-October and early-November, and the German-inspired town of Helen, GA (home of the famous Oktoberfest) is a spectacular place to peep the fall foliage.

Small towns in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Blue Ridge is comprised of many small towns that allow you to let loose and relax. One such town is quiet Sautee Nacoochee, GA located only a few miles from Helen. Named one of the 100 Best Small Arts Towns in America, Sautee Nacoochee has much in common with other towns situated along the Blue Ridge Mountains: it is charming, gorgeous, and utterly rejuvenating. We offer a wide selection of cabin rentals in Sautee Nacoochee and beyond, so you can take your pick.

Blue Ridge Parkway

If it's not already on your bucket list, you'll want to add Blue Ridge Parkway immediately. A 469-mile long national parkway, the stretch is also considered an All-American Road and America's longest linear park. The parkway runs through 29 counties in Virginia and North Carolina. Home to more than 220 species of birds, the parkway also features about 100 types of trees and crosses five major rivers. The parkway's 300 miles of trails are perfect for outdoor exercise, but the area also features a ton of other activities like kayaking, canoeing, bicycling, and picnicking.

Though it's hard to picture the Blue Ridge Mountains being any more picturesque, our vacation rentals allow you to truly experience the serenity that this landscape provides—just the way it was intended. Find your perfect Blue Ridge Mountains cabin rental and book today.

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