My husband and I were traveling home from VA when the weather suddenly turned bad. Not wanting to cross several mountains in snowy weather we opted to find a place to stay in Seneca Rocks. We chose Appalachian Cabins and was very pleased with the cabin. Although we are certainly no longer "honeymooners" they put us in what they call a honeymoon cabin. It was a beautiful cabin with one bedroom. Was very clean and presentable. The interior walls looked just like the outside of the cabin. No drywall or paneling, giving it a very rustic look. The floor was laminated hardwood with tile in the bathroom. There was a huge jacuzzi tub in the bathroom (no shower) which we enjoyed very much. There was also a fully equipped kitchen although we had not prepared to stay and had nothing to fix. We were pleased to see that firewood was provided free of charge and were able to build a fire in the fireplace. We truly enjoyed this impromptu mini vacation sitting by the fire while the snow was piling up outside. I would most definitely recommend Appalachian Cabins.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Notice effective January 1,2016 cost of motel rooms and the family cabins will be increasing by $10 a night!!! Also the log home and motel rooms will be closed from Dec-March NOT THE CABINS THOUGH, THEY ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND! We have a place for everyone. We offer family cabins for $130 a night with hot tubs, honeymoon cabins for $110 a night with jacuzzis, a log home that is very spacious for $240 a night that comes with a hot tub as well and last but not least we have motel rooms. One bed is $44 a night and two beds is $49 a night. Our cabins have fireplaces with free firewood, grills and picnic tables on campus, and a river that runs behind the cabins to fish in. WE ALSO ALLOW PETS FOR $10 A NIGHT PER PET. I promise you will not be disappointed or your money back upon arrival! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Appalachian Cabins Hotel Seneca Rocks