Looking for a pet-friendly Airbnb and a getaway from a fast-paced life? Trying to find an Airbnb that is remote and dog friendly can be challenging at times, but it’s worth it when you find the right spot. Case in point: this North Carolina Airbnb with a backyard that goes directly to a waterfall.
This secluded Airbnb is located in Brevard, North Carolina. It’s in the woods, far away from civilization, near Lake Jocassee and Gorges State Park, and between Brevard and Lake Toxaway.
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The apartment is situated on the lower floor of the main house, ensures privacy, and offers a cottage-inspired atmosphere with modern amenities. The one-bedroom apartment is best suited for four adults (plus dogs) with a queen bed and two double couch beds, it can accommodate up to seven guests.
The living area comprises a kitchen table, desk, sleeper couch, and reclining chair, and the fully equipped kitchen features tableware, cooking essentials, and other appliances like an air fryer and grill.
The property is not only away from the hustle and bustle, but also surrounded by a state forest, so there’s no need to worry about visible neighbors and other noise that may frighten your pets or disturb your peaceful getaway. The space features a valley and waterfront river view. In the backyard, guests can enjoy a stunning view of the private 15-foot waterfall while their four-legged friends roam in the water. The creek is three feet deep, so wading in is safe for you and your pets.
Once you’re done, take a relaxing snooze or read a book on the large back porch or hammock and take in the many sights of nature, from beautiful birds to the occasional bear.
The location is ideal for nature enthusiasts, with hiking and biking options nearby. Downtown Brevard is 18 miles away, Pisgah Forest is 22 miles, Dupont Forest offers access 29 miles away, and the Frozen Creek Access of Gorges State Park is a short 5-mile drive away. Local attractions are easily accessible, while breweries, restaurants, and food trucks are nearby for a drink and a bite.