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Property Details

Updated: Nov 11, 2014
House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 8 Sleeps

The Continental Divide Cottage offers everything you would need for a wonderful mountain getaway. The gently sloped driveway, ample parking and attached two car garage all provide easy access to your home away from home! As you approach the cottage, you can appreciate the beautiful long range views of the mountains and the owner's Christmas tree farm. They invite you to explore the miles of trails among the trees right outside your front door!

The cottage is beautifully furnished and features three bedrooms: one king, one queen and two twin beds, as well as two full baths. With the pull-out sofa in the living room, it can comfortably sleep 8 people. The fully equipped, nicely appointed kitchen provides everything needed to have a pleasurable dining-in experience or you can enjoy grilling and dining out on the back deck while gazing at the amazing view of Grandfather Mountain.

Please find us on the web by searching "Continental Divide Cottage" for complete information.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Pets welcome

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Avery County, created in 1911, is nestled in the majesty of the Appalachian Mountains, the oldest mountain chain in the world! Avery County also has the highest elevation of any county seat located east of the Rocky Mountains, reaching 5500 feet above sea level. Newland, the County Seat, is 3621 feet above sea level, making it the highest county seat in the Eastern US.

Recreational opportunities abound in Avery County, with numerous lakes, rivers and waterfalls, all testaments to the beauty and splendor of nature. Approximately half the county lies within the Pisgah National Forest, making it ideally suited for hiking, camping, fishing and hunting. We are the home of Grandfather Mountainand the “Mile-high Swinging Bridge.” If sports are more to your liking, there are several golf courses for your warm weather enjoyment, and Sugar Mountain and Beech Mountain ski resorts for cold weather fun.

The Town of Banner Elk and its surrounding areas offer a quality of life that is sought by many folks today; a beautiful mountain retreat away from the busy crowds where one can still have access to the finer conveniences found in larger metropolitan areas. This beautiful Avery County setting is surrounded by some of the highest mountains east of the Rockies including Grandfather Mountain and Beech Mountain. The Blue Ridge Parkway traverses the county just six miles from town. Banner Elk is home to Lees McRae College and features a lively arts and crafts cultural scene, complete with an intimate pedestrian shopping district of upscale boutiques and outstanding restaurants, several of which are regularly featured in national travel and food magazines.

This area offers a wonderful year-round climate, with four distinct seasons. Spring blossoms beautifully with rhododendron and mountain laurel. Summer features sunny days for outdoor activities and cool evenings for relaxation. Fall bursts forth in a palette of brilliant colors while Winter provides skiing and cozy nights by the fireside. The higher elevations of this region make for cooler summer temperatures. In fact, Avery County’s seat, the Town of Newland, and neighboring Beech Mountain are the highest county seat and incorporated town, respectively, in the eastern United States. Don’t be fooled by other mountain towns that claim cool summers but have lower elevations. If you are looking for cooler summer temperatures, you can’t do any better than the High Country.

The Town of Boone is a university town in Watauga County, atop the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina and serves as the county seat and market town. Boone acquires its name from the famous pioneer and explorer Daniel Boone, who on several occasions camped at a site generally agreed to be within the present city limits.

The town was incorporated in 1872 and its current population is 17,751. Boone has the highest elevation (3,300 feet) of any town of its size (over 10,000 population) east of the Mississippi River. During summer, high temperatures in Boone are typically 76°F or below, noticeably cooler than the lowland areas to the east and south. Summers are also considerably cooler than most parts of the Carolinas. Winters are colder with sleet and snowfall common.

Located off the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway, Boone offers its residents and visitors a four-season playground for sports and outdoor activities. Boone is recognized by travel journalists as an "ultimate outdoor adventure destination" in the Southeast.


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Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay


  • Nightly Rate: $250 - $250

    Weekly Rate: $1250 - $1250

    Monthly Rate: $0 - $0

  • A reservation deposit of 50% of the total fee will hold your dates for the cottage. Payment can be made by check or by credit card via paypal, see button below.
    The same affordable rates all year long:

    •$250/night or $1250/week.
    •Rates are for a 6 person occupancy. Add $10/night for an additional person.
    •2 night minimum stay. Monthly rates available.
    •Add 7% NC sales tax and a $65 cleaning fee per visit.

    You will receive an email confirmation once your deposit is received. The balance is due upon arrival, and can be paid by either cash or check.

    You may make your deposit using your PayPal account or your credit card. You do not need to set up a PayPal account. PayPal protects your financial information and is a method used to secure your transaction. We accept VISA, MASTERCARD and AMERICAN EXPRESS.
    Upon arrival you’ll be asked to provide a check made out to Rabbit Hill Cottage in the amount of $300 as a damage/security deposit.This deposit is fully refundable within 3 days of departure, provided the following provisions are met:

    a. No damage is done to the cottage or it’s contents, beyond normal wear and tear.
    b. No linens are lost or damaged
    c. All steps as outlined on departure policy are carried out.


Property Type

  • house


  • Adventure
  • Budget
  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities


  • pets considered

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • golf


  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bathroom 2


  • 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Bedroom 1
  • Bedroom 2
  • Bedroom 3


  • Additional amenities include: * Wrap around deck and comfortable outdoor seating for eight people * Gas grill and outdoor heater for deck * Cozy fireplace with gas logs in the living room * 2 Flat screen TVs (in living room and master suite) * Wifi * Front loading washer and dryer * Plush linens and towels * Starter paper products, trash bags and bath soaps. * Hair dryer, iron and ironing board * And... don't forget... FREE passes toLinville Land Harbor! Linville Land Harbor is only a few minutes from the cottage and offers the finest amenities: * Beautiful hiking trails * 18 hole golf course * Professional quality tennis courts and a ball machine * A junior Olympic sized outdoor, heated swimming pool * 45 acre lake for fishing and canoeing * Dancing * Yoga & Tai Chi classes * Arts/crafts and a billiard a room

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