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Duck Pond Cabin, Romantic Cabin on a private pond
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Duck Pond Cabin, Romantic Cabin on a private pondRomantic cabin near a mountain lake and overlooking a private pond. We are near Chimney Rock, Asheville and The Biltmore House. Our cozy one bedroom log cabin is built for couples and has a hot tub. We are located in the Town of Lake Lure and only one mile south of the charming mountain Village of Chimney Rock, NC. For no extra cost we have canoes, horse shoes, private fishing ponds, and a dock on beautiful Lake Lure. All set in a natural landscape with diverse flora and fauna.
Cozy Lake Cabin
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Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Cozy Lake CabinCurl up by the wood burning fireplace in this cozy mountain cabin. Enjoy all the modern amenities in a rustic setting. About half a mile away to lake access and a four minute drive to Chimney Rock Village and State Park.
NEW! Restful Family Lake Cabin Retreat
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Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 2 baths
NEW! Restful Family Lake Cabin RetreatWhether you are looking for a place to relax or you have an adventure-packed trip planned to Lake Lure and Chimney Rock, look no further than our cozy 2 bed duplex cabin, centrally located to both the lake and Chimney Rock. We have comfortable, clean beds that can sleep up to 4 with two King beds. We have plenty of outdoor living spaces to enjoy, so even in a cozy cabin, everyone will feel like they have space to breathe

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Front door neighbor of CHIMNEY ROCK-lower unit
$62 per night
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Cabin on the Rocks! *Hot Tub & Fire Pit*
$89 per night
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Mountain Breeze Little Cabin, Views & Serenity
$95 per night
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4 Sister’s Chimney Rock, NC
$600 per night
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Walk to Chimney Rock Village & Lake Lure!
$125 per night
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Mountain Breeze Log Cabin Escape
$199 per night
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Chimney Rock Inn - Mimosa
$130 per night
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CHIMNEY VIEW by Carolina Properties
$130 per night
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Cabin near Chimney Rock-Lake Lure-Asheville
$125 per night
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ARE Vintage Cabin Perfect Get Together Location
$185 per night
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Log Cabin in Lake Lure & Chimney Rock - Blue Skies
$149 per night
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River Cabin - No Cleaning Fee & Free Breakfast!
$593 per night

Lake side cottage rentals in Lake Lure

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Cardinal Cottage on Lake Lure w/Hot Tub
$144 per night
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Serene Mountain Cottage on a Pond near Asheville
$109 per night
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Quiet Creek Cottage ★ 1 mi to Downtown Black Mtn
$111 per night
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Magnolia Homes Style Creekside Cottage
$99 per night
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Lake front cottage with incredible mountain views and a pontoon boat!
$331 per night
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Luxury Bluebird Cottage at Living Waters
$225 per night
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Magical Mountain Cottage with Backyard Stream
$165 per night
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The Nest at Lake Lure w/Hot Tub and Dock Access
$240 per night
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Water View at Lakemont; The Nest
$128 per night
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Lakefront Cottage on Lake Adger
$132 per night
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NEW!! The Cottage at Grey Logs Cove by Carolina Properties
$245 per night
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Charming Waterfront Blue Moon Cottage
$500 per night

Lake Lure fishing cabin rentals

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Sophie's Cabin~Secluded~Charming~Social Distancing
$89 per night
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Cute Little Log Cabin for Rent
$127 per night
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White Oak Point-NEW, Waterfront, Kayak, Log Cabin + Opt. Avail. Pontoon for Rent
$326 per night
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4 LUCKY DUCKS by Carolina Properties Vacation
$207 per night
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MOST FUN & AFFORDABLE--ON THE LAKE! Free Resort!!
$300 per night
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MTN Lodge, near Lake Lure, Chimney Rock, TIEC
$191 per night
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A Simple Life Cabin-Mr Lake Lure Vacation Rental
$275 per night
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Waterfront Cabin on Lake Lure - Foxy’s Hideaway
$189 per night
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Lake Lure Log Cabin, Game Rm, Walk to Hiking Trail
$248 per night
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THE WINDING RIVER HOUSE by Carolina Properties
$301 per night
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Tranquility on the Lake - Mr Lake Lure Vacation Rentals
$182 per night
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Lakeside Landing w/ Hot Tub
$304 per night

Your guide to Lake Lure

Introduction

Nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of Hickory Nut Gorge, Lake Lure is a charming small town with stunning mountain views and a crystal-clear lake from which it takes its name. It’s known in popular culture as a filming location for cult classics, but it’s hardly a touristy stop-over. Less than an hour southeast of Asheville, Lake Lure is one of western North Carolina’s top destinations for outdoor recreation, thanks to its long bays, vast stretches of water, and a beautiful backdrop of mountain scenery. From hiking to birding, summer fishing to winter skiing, the area draws visitors seeking to soak in the beauty of nature from a cozy lakefront home base.


How do I get around Lake Lure?

Lake Lure is conveniently located near a trio of regional and international airports. The closest is Asheville Regional Airport (AVL), about 45 minutes west by car. Alternatively, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) is less than an hour’s drive south of Lake Lure, and offers a handful more flights, including destinations on the East Coast. Finally, Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is 1.5 hours east, with direct flights to most major cities east of the Rockies, as well as Canada and Mexico. Lake Lure is too small to support a public transportation system, but there are several shuttle and limousine services that transport guests to various resorts. Most locals drive between destinations, though bicycling or walking are popular in fair weather, especially along the scenic Town Center Walkway at the heart of the village.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Lure?

Lake Lure is located in the Isothermal Belt, famous for its remarkably mild weather despite its location surrounded by mountains. Depending on the season when you book one of the area’s vacation rentals, air may be warmer or cooler on the mountains than the base of the 2,200-foot valley. Summer temperatures peak in the upper 80s Fahrenheit with very little humidity, dropping to the low 60s in the evenings. Winter is cooler: Temperatures average around 50 degrees, dropping to just below freezing once the sun goes down. In spring and summer the mountains act as a kind of insulation, stretching the valley’s warmer periods, making for pleasant seasons year-round.


What are the top things to do in Lake Lure?

Chimney Rock State Park

Bordering Lake Lure is this 8,000-acre state park with hiking trails to accommodate all levels. The park is named for the famous granite monolith towering 315 feet in the air — a must-see for any visitor. It’s accessible by elevator, and on clear days, it provides views of the park and surrounding area for miles around.

Lake Lure Beach and Water Park

Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, the privately owned Lake Lure Beach shoreline stretches 27 miles and features wide expanses of sand perfect for family-friendly play. There’s an admission fee, which includes the water park: its slides, splash pad, and water balloon zone are all big hits with kids on hot summer days.

Tryon and Hendersonville

These two small towns — each about a half-hour from Lake Lure — are unique in their history and culture, and worth checking out on a day trip. South of Lake Lure, Tryon has long been a retreat for writers and artists, as well as a world-renowned hub for equestrian competitions. Equidistant from Tryon and Lake Lure is the small city of Hendersonville, home to an aviation museum and a railroad museum as well as the 12-acre Bullington Gardens.