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Peek Inside This Overlook Cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains



    There is so much to love about this beautifully finished Bent Mountain, Virginia log cabin. You’ll experience the Blue Ridge Mountains atop Bent Mountain in this log cabin with views of the Roanoke Valley and the Blue Ridge Parkway that stretch over 100 miles. With miles of horse and hiking trails right out your back door, the cabin is part of a 450-acre farm and is very private offering a mountainous serene setting. The log cabin is furnished with period antiques and luxurious linens and bedding. During your vacation stay, you can cozy up to the outdoor stone fireplace and lay back for stargazing. Only 25 minutes to fine dining, entertainment, and the Roanoke Regional Airport.

    Features of the log cabin include 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 4, two queen-sized beds, linens provided, fully equipped kitchen, washer, and dryer, fireplace (wood provided), TV for DVD only, and no cable/satellite. There are no pets or smoking allowed. The log cabin has mountain views, air conditioning, heating, linens provided, a washing machine, a clothes dryer, a fireplace in the living area, a master bedroom wood-burning fireplace as well as an outside fireplace. The cabin has parking on site, towels provided, iron and board, hairdryer, shampoo, toilet paper, living room with fireplace, kitchen, dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, grill, coffee maker, toaster, dishes, and utensils. The log cabin has a kitchen, dining area, dining indoor and outdoor table that seats 4, entertainment, television, DVD, and Blu-ray only. The cabin also has books and an outdoor deck.

    The cabin is 1.3 miles from Bent Mountain Bistro, 4.7 miles from AmRhein’s Wine Cellars, Bottom Creek Gorge Preserve 5.5 miles, Carlos Brazilian International Cuisine 7.5 miles, Montano’s International Gourmet 8.2 miles, Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea 9.0 miles, Blue Apron 9.1 miles, and Local Roots 9.4 miles. The iconic mountains of Virginia’s Blue Ridge are great destinations for trail setters. During your vacation stay, you might choose from Cahas Mountain, Read Mountain, and the Peaks of Otter in the east or go westward to check out the gems of Catawba Mountain in the west, with summits that are not only popular but legendary. The following are a couple of the things you can do while visiting the area.

    Hiking Trails. Bent Mountain Falls is a great place for nature lovers who are looking for a good hike. You’ll want to plan well for this hike. The Bent Mountain hike is nearly five miles out and back so you’ll want to allow around two hours to accomplish it.

    Scenic Drive on Bent Mountain. Set off on a scenic drive along Route 221, which is Brambleton Avenue as it leaves Roanoke and then Bent Mountain Road until it reaches Callaway Road, an access point for the Blue Ridge Parkway. As you enjoy Route 221, you’ll pass churches and farmland, ascend through forested areas, winding your way up to reach more open spaces of grazing livestock. If you have time, take Route 221 to the Town of Floyd for a visit to the iconic Floyd Country Store, known for its weekly Friday Night Jamboree concerts.


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