Cabins & Cottages in Madison County, NC
The mountain cabin rentals found here in Madison County, North Carolina are a great place to celebrate a family vacation, honeymoon, wedding, anniversary, romantic getaway or fishing retreat. We have something for everyone! Relax in comfort in a cabin that feels like home. When you’re not taking advantage of the outdoor activities in Madison County, sit back and relax on the porch to take in the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains surrounding you. Or, indulge yourself in a bubbling hot tub filled with mountain spring water. There is nothing better than getting away from it all. Madison County covers a large territory and so decide what area you would like and choose from the list below.
Hot Springs is an outdoor paradise with the convergence of the Appalachian Trail and the French Broad River. Pick a cozy cabin within the town or nearby overlooking the valley and still be close to the restaurants and shops on the main street. Nearby are rafting outfitters and hiking trails or just browse the local galleries and shops. Or, soak in a spa filled with one of the few natural mineral springs waters east of the Mississippi River.
Spring Creek is a community south of Hot Springs and a world away. Travel through winding roads with a beautiful view of the French Broad River and then through the Spring Creek flats where the mountains rise on either side. This area offers serenity and beauty and closeness to the Appalachian Trail access points–and especially to one of the favorite ones: Max Patch. This “bald” provides spectacular 360 degree views of the area.
Mars Hill is convenient to Interstate 26 but also–when you drive outside of the town — has mountain views with the highest location in the county and a ski area. The town is home to Mars Hill University which offers various forms of entertainment from a fall festival celebrating our music heritage to plays at the historic Owen Theatre both during the school year and in the summer with the Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre group.
The town of Marshall is filled with tradition and creativity. The main street has the 100-year-old County Courthouse, a civil war home, and a store that will feel like a trip back into the 1950s. But, there are also galleries, a coffee shop, and a vibrant Arts Center. Just across the bridge over the French Broad River is Blannahassett Island with its walking paths, fishing pier and a old high school converted for use as artists’ studios.