You'll be sure to love this barn style vacation home located in Saluda, North Carolina, United States. The barn style house can accommodate up to 6 guests with 1 bedroom, 4 beds, and 1 bath. Relax in the handcrafted wooded mountain home. This vacation home features a barn-style look on the outside with a rustic charm appeal on the inside. This spacious triple-sectioned barn has a private entrance with a bedroom, living room, wood-burning fireplace, kitchen with granite countertops, and a full-size bathroom.
The mountain experience with all of the modern amenities including WiFi and Dish Network and is located close to downtown Saluda. Garage doors open for easy access for motorcycles or bicycles. You have access to the whole cabin building. The sleeping arrangements in the bedroom include one full-sized bed, a twin-sized bed on the top bunk, and a twin-bed trundle. There is also a queen-sized Murphy bed that was added to the living room. Additional folding chairs and tables are available to host a gathering if requested. Pets are welcome. There is a portable fire pit with 2 outdoor chairs located near the entrance for your enjoyment. There is currently satellite internet with limited capabilities.
The barn style house is located in downtown Saluda, North Carolina. This home is located on private property on a grass lot surrounded by trees. Opportunities to see wildlife are quite likely. This vacation property is located close to many routes for motorcyclists and bicyclists. This home is located approximately 4 miles from downtown Saluda. Gravel parking is available directly in front of the garage doors.
The city of Saluda is located in the Polk and Henderson Counties of North Carolina. The town was once centered on the invention of the railroad and the challenges encompassing transportation in its mountains. Today the town is a famous destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of beautiful natural resources such as waterfalls, rivers, gorges, and more. The following are just a couple of things to do during your vacation stay.
Pearson’s Falls and Glen. Hidden between the small towns of Saluda and Tryon lies the breathtaking Pearson’s Falls and Glen. The privately-owned 90-foot waterfall can be seen gushing down a stairwell of rocks. With many distinctions such as being a Blue Ridge National Heritage Area site, a North Carolina Birding Trail Site, and a part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Gardens, you'll want to be sure and see this beautiful waterfall.
Purple Onion. The Purple Onion was established in 1998, a local favorite located along Main Street in Saluda. This is a perfect stop for lunch after you’ve toured Saluda or after hiking to see some gorgeous waterfalls. Enjoy some delicious Mediterranean-accented meals in an outdoor seating area while listening to live music. Hanging out at the Purple Onion is also one of the locals’ favorite things to do in Saluda at night. You can have lunch with your family at the Purple Onion, and you won't want to forget to try everyone’s favorite tiramisu for dessert.
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