When it comes to very special places to retreat and getaway, it does not get any better than a tiny house nestled in the mountains, this peaceful retreat is ideal for those who dream of fleeing cities and returning to nature to enjoy a mountain getaway, enjoy a one-of-a-kind glamping experience with all the creature comforts of home.
Retreat, with Adventure
Paul’s dream was to create a retreat, with adventure, a lifestyle that takes guests away from the hustle and bustle of city living, making this a place to relax and recuperate and recharge.
Lush plants fill the interior space, bringing the outdoors inside, and you’ll have a panoramic view right up to the mountain. There are comfy armchairs to kick back in and Alexa smart speakers. The gourmet kitchen has wonderful new full-size appliances and a thoughtfully decorated Japanese-inspired interior.
Stunning Covered Deck
The stunning covered deck outside is the ideal place to reflect and reconnect to each other, as well as nature. After dinner is prepared on the BBQ grill, guests can sit by the fire pit with a glass of wine and take in the view as the sun sets, before the stars come alive at night. It’s the kind of escape you dream about, a secluded environment that’s somehow close to all that Lake Lure has to offer.
This is a true nature getaway! A 4 x 4 vehicle is recommended, as you need to travel up a hill on a gravel road to reach the tiny house.
Stay for a week or month at this new tiny house retreat, If you’re looking to work from home, or are a tiny house enthusiast there is unlimited high-speed WIFI. Though cell service may be a little spotty depending on your carrier.
North Carolina Vacation
There is so much to do immediately around this North Carolina vacation rental for guests to enjoy, from hiking trails all around, as well as a community waterfall. For those looking for an active mountain lifestyle, you can drive just a short distance to find boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, cycling, ziplining, and horseback riding, as well as great shopping and dining in local towns.
Photographer: Chris Calhoun