|Appalachian Backcountry provides guests two vacation cabins on the New River, either of which may be rented independently of our fishing excursions. Both are particularly popular with skiers visiting Winterplace and outdoor enthusiasts looking for riverside
accommodations. As the National Park Service has protected much of the
river from development, our cabins are two of only a handful of
riverside rentals directly on the river. Both require a minimum
two-night reservation and may be rented as one unit (sleeping a total
of 20 guests) at a rate of $450 nightly.
|Bent Canoe Log Lodge
The luxury Bent Canoe Lodge accommodates as many as 14 guests in two private bedrooms with queen beds and in a large, open sleeping loft with three full beds and a balcony view of the cabin's great room.
Overlooking the river, the great room includes a two-story stone
fireplace and three walls of glass doors and windows opening onto a
wrap-around deck. A garden tub on the front porch and a six-person hot
tub near the river provide for year-round relaxation.
Rate: $175.00 a night for 6, $10.00 for each additional person/pet per night.
Winter Rates $200.00 a night for 4, $10.00 for each additional person/pet per night.
Bear's Den Cabin
Our smaller private cabin has been called the ultimate angler's
getaway, though hikers, hunters, and skiers will enjoy it as much. The
Den sleeps two-to-six guests comfortably in a bedroom, sleeping loft,
and on a hideaway bed in the living room. A convenient gas fireplace,
a full bathroom with a shower, sheltered outdoor garden tub, a and a
kitchen with microwave and dishwasher will keep you coming back.
Rate: $125.00 a night for 2, $10.00 for each additional person/pet per night.
Winter Rates $150.00 a night for 2 $10 for each additional person/pet per night.
Just down the road from The Bear's Den, the National Park
Service's natural area at Sandstone
Falls preserves a rare Appalachian environment of
wooded islands on the New River below the falls and upon
the rocky shoals above. Walkways and bridges lead visitors
through woodlands to the highest of several falls.