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Highlights Blue Ridge Mountains

  • Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
  • Huck's General Store
  • Waterfall Hike on the Appalachian Trail
  • Mercier Orchards
  • Picnic at Horseshoe Bend Park on the River
  • Whitewater Rafting

Best Vacation Rentals in Blue Ridge Mountains

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Sevier County
Cabin • 6189 ft² • 10 Bedrooms
Gorgeous views, beautiful finishes, a secluded spot at the top of a mountain development, new amenities…this 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom (plus 2 half baths) cabin for 46 has it all! Boasting 6,200 square feet, this impressive new lodge (finished in 2017) has tons of space for your retreat, reunion, family, or special occasion. When you're not soaking up views of Mt. LeConte, Clingmans Dome, Mt. Guyot, Mt. Buckley, and North Carolina (on clear days), you'll be enjoying the awesome amenities inside the cabin! Deck chairs overlook the mountains, perfect for enjoying coffee or tea in the mornings. ...
from $692 / night
Gatlinburg, Sevier County
Cabin • 893 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(12 reviews)
Luxurious, inviting, and ideal for 2 guests, On the River is a charming pet-friendly, 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin rental in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Not far from downtown attractions, shops, and eateries, you'll be near all the fun! Plus, you'll be right on the river's edge, so you can enjoy the flowing water while soaking in the hot tub or sipping wine in the rockers on the screened deck or lounging in the log seating in the grassy space. Inside, the living room is warm and inviting and features a stone (gas) fireplace, an antler chandelier, cozy furnishings, a big screen TV and DVD player, ...
from $174 / night
Sevier County
Vacation Rental • 1798 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(20 reviews)
Gather with friends and family in your private cabin and enjoy mountain views! This unique circular cabin design features 3 full bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 baths and full kitchen with dining area. Escape to the deck and enjoy relaxing around the fire table. Quiet, yet conveniently located you will be just 10 minutes to downtown Pigeon Forge and 10 minutes to Gatlinburg. Free WIFI. Access to seasonal outdoor community pool (Memorial Day to Labor Day)Bedroom and Sleeping Arrangements:Main Level - Bedroom 1: Queen Bed - Sleeps 2Lower Level - Bedroom 2: Queen Bed - Sleeps 2Lower Level - Bedroom 3: Que...
from $295 / night

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Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Blue Ridge Mountains

$367for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
$427 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Blue Ridge Mountains

70%for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
67% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation Rentals in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Rent a Cosy Cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains

The Blue Ridge Mountains offer many different types of vacation rental, from cosy cottages to spacious houses, national park accommodation and lock up and go townhouses, the region is a great place to rent a vacation rental for the whole family. Whether you want a compact cottage or cabin or a large house for six, there are many rental options available in this pretty area of the Appalachian Mountains.

Stay in a National Park or in Town

Spacious vacation rentals are on offer in the Blue Ridge Mountains. There are beautiful hotel rooms available in the Shenandoah National Park as well as in the Great Smoky Mountains. Here you will find good holiday rentals in Glenstone Lodge, Olde Gatlinberg Vacation Rentals and Holiday Inn. There is also a good selection of vacation homes that are close to the Blue Blue Ridge Parkway, the primary scenic highway that joins the two parks with the Appalachians.

Holiday in the Blue Ridge Mountains


The Appalachian's "Blue" Mountains

Technically the term "Blue Ridge" refers to the eastern ridge of the Appalachians as well as the ridge and valley area in the west. It includes the Great Smoky Mountains, the Roans, Great Balsams, the Blacks and the Brushy Mountains. The mountains get their characteristic blue colour when seen from afar from the isoprenes released by trees on the mountains.

High Mountains

The Blue Ridge Mountains includes the highest mountains in the east of the USA. There are approximately 125 peaks in the range that are higher than 5,000 feet and the highest peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains is Mount Mitchell in North Carolina at 6,684 feet.

Activities at Blue Ridge Mountain

A Great Destination for Nature Lovers

The abundant nature in the region and beauty and majesty of the Blue Ridge Mountains make this an ideal area for nature lovers. There are many hikes and strolls to enjoy and opportunities to get to know the trees in the forests. Vacation rentals are perfect for people who want to get away from it all.

Heaven for Birdwatchers

The area offers an abundance of birdlife for avid birdwatchers. Many species can be seen along the Blue Ridge Parkway from the spruce-fir forests to rocky outcrops. Hawks are frequently seen in the area and the yearly migration of these birds during winter is a popular reason for visiting the mountains.

The Blue Ridge Parkway is home to no less than nine species that are listed as threatened and/or endangered rare species. These include the Northern saw-whet owl and Southern flying squirrel.

Top 5 Things to Do in Blue Ridge Mountains

1. Go Whitewater Rafting on the Ocoee River

The Ocoee river offers a great opportunity for both beginner and more experienced rafters to enjoy some white water. The area is made up of various rapids and river habitats to ensure that you won't go home unsatisfied. The perfect opportunity for adrenaline addicts.

2. Visit Huck's General Store

A popular tourist spot for many who visit the area, and well known for its welcoming and friendly staff, Huck's General store is packed with locally made, vintage-style items that you won't find anywhere else. The store sells old school toys and penny candy that you wont find in modern stores. It also stocks a good selection of unusual and unique pickles, including dilly beans (pickled green beans) like our grandmothers used to make. You can buy jams, jellies, fruit, handmade soaps, handcrafts, candles and tasty sodas at this well known landmark.

3. Hike to the Waterfalls on the Blue Ridge Parkway

There are twelve waterfalls situated along the Blue Ridge Parkway. These include Looking Glass Falls, High Falls, Rainbow Falls and Upper Whitewater Falls One of the most popular falls in the area is Linville Falls.

4. Get Down to Mercier Orchards

A visit to Mercier Orchards is an enjoyable way to spend the day. This apple orchard is a family-owned and run business. On offer are apple products including fresh fruits, fried pies and apple cider as well as a selection of breakfasts, baked pies and events for the whole family to enjoy.

5. Go Picnicking on Horseshoe Bend

A visit to the Horseshoe Bend Park offers a great day out. This stunning natural landmark offers great views, a relaxing location and plenty of scenery to enjoy. A playground area and volleyball court ensures plenty of fun for the children.

Useful Information

Stand Between Georgia and Tennessee

The "Blue Line" marking the border of Georgia and Tennessee is found between McCaysville and Copperhill. This novelty allows visitors to stand with one foot in Georgia and the other in Tennessee.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Blue Ridge Mountains

On average, how much do vacation rentals in Blue Ridge Mountains cost?

We can see from last year that Blue Ridge Mountains had an average price of $405 per night, a relatively high one compared to the destinations in the USA.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Blue Ridge Mountains?

]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Blue Ridge Mountains are May ($359 the average per night for accommodation), April ($369), and March ($381).

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Blue Ridge Mountains?

It can be concluded, by analyzing the data from the previous year, that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of December ($446), November ($436), and January ($432).

Is Blue Ridge Mountains a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to put Blue Ridge Mountains on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 81% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The most available months are, on average, January (with an availability of 29%), May (27%), and September (23%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

During which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?

Vacation rentals in Blue Ridge Mountains reach their peak in demand in July, with an availability rate of 8%. The second most requested month is August, with 10%, and the third is April with 14%. During this period, the availability is only 11%. It is therefore recommended to reserve early.

How many vacation rentals are there in Blue Ridge Mountains?

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