The Limestone Cabin is unique to the area. It is over 100 years old. We completely disassembled it and moved it to its present location on the banks of the French Broad River just outside Hot Springs. This romantic log cabin has modern conveniences yet retains the rustic charm that is rare today. The cabin is a great honeymoon getaway and is perfect for couples.
The Limestone Cabin is a great place for your honeymoon, holiday vacation, or wedding anniversary. The cabin is well equipped with a full kitchen including stove, microwave oven, and refrigerator with an ice maker. The cabin is convenient to lots of outdoor activities including whitewater rafting, horseback riding, hiking, and sightseeing! Hot Springs offers several nice restaurants to dine at for those days you have had too much fun to worry about making dinner. The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC is just 45 minutes away and the Appalachian Trail runs directly through Main Street in Hot Springs, NC.
There is a nice large living room with a beautiful limestone fireplace to keep you warm and provide that romantic setting you are looking for to cozy up with your sweetheart!
There is plenty of seating in the living room including a comfy couch and recliner to kick back and relax. Satellite TV and DVD player are also available so bring your favorite movies.
On the back porch, there is your own private hot tub which also has privacy blinds. You can relax and enjoy the hot tub that we clean and refill with fresh water for every guest.
The bedroom is located upstairs and has its own private bathroom. There is a queen size bed with fresh linens and two dressers for all your clothing for however long you decide to stay. There are plenty of windows to let the cool mountain breezes flow through the cabin, plus the views are amazing. Two rocking chairs are located on the front porch overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains and French Broad River.
Don’t forget to bring your fishing pole when you come to the Limestone Cabin. There is a nice place to fish just in front of the cabin. It sure would be nice to catch your own dinner. You might even impress your new bride with your survival skills while “living on the land!!”