Dog-friendly barns near Black Mountain

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Inner Wolf Retreat Space

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Mars Hill, NC
A Sound Healing Retreat Center for you to find renewal and unplug on 6 peaceful acres with a large creek running through the whole property, several ponds, and a large field of flowers. Our property is a healing space , complementing the sounds of nature and meditative sound healing instruments like gongs and crystal singing bowls to help you find your inner compass. Please ask us if you'd like to add a sound healing session to your camping experience. As you enter the property, flow downstream, leaving worries behind, pass the Sound Healing Pyramid Barn, set up for events and sound healing sessions, in addition to retreats. Under the eaves of the back of the barn you'll find a picnic table to enjoy in the shade while listening to the babbling large creek running along side you and leading you to your peaceful campsite in the field, under the trees, and under the stars. Van and small RV camping spots are located by the workshop and small cabin and the portajon.
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Creag Creek Farm

4 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Bakersville, NC
A high elevation working farm with a cabin (sleeps up to 8), barn with hayloft and tent sites for rent by individuals and small groups. Located at 3,500 feet in elevation on north flank of Roan Mountain.Three miles from the Appalachian Trail, five miles to Buladean, North Carolina and a 40-minute drive to Carvers Gap, our 18-acre, high elevation, wooded and meadowed Christmas tree farm is a wonderful jumping-off point for some of the best hiking, apple picking, and bird watching the Southeast has to offer.  Unplug during your stay while you soak in the mountain views, peaceful sunsets, and local wildlife. Our guests love staying here: "Loved it. A thoroughly beautiful building in an equally beautiful location. It had everything we needed and more. We'd planned to use the cabin as a base to go hiking from but it was so beautiful there that we ended up not leaving for the entire time - we just stayed and watched the hummingbirds on the balcony. Will look forward to returning."
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Secluded Mountain Tiny Home & Barn

4 sites · Lodging30 acres · Hot Springs, NC
When you go to sleep, there's no light except the moon and stars, no refrigerator or central heating or air conditioning noise -- only the sounds of nature -- the stream, crickets or frogs in the nearby pond, dogs or coyotes in the distance. Without the glow of a nearby city, the hot tub on a clear night, the skies are dazzling. Speaking of which, the wood-fired hot tub is made by a company called Snorkel. It's perfect for 2 and can fit 3, although tight. It's Japanese style hot tub bathing, meaning no chemicals. Also, since we're not grid tied, it relies on a firebox heating fresh spring water, which you fill it with. It takes approx. 35 minutes to fill the tub and between 3 and 3.5 hours to heat (longer when it's really cold!). There's a thermometer in it, so as it gets closer to your liking (don't let it get over 102 degrees), let the existing logs burn down, choke off the air vent sleeve and hop in. With no pump sounds and the stars above, it's incomparable. The $50 fee (per 2 night rentals) covers thorough cleaning between guests and split firewood. You will be very comfortable in Little Good Egg, even in extreme weather, simply by paying attention and taking more time for simple tasks. It sounds corny, but there is a meditative quality to thinking and doing things like heating water, keeping warm, staying hydrated, eating well and choosing to do what you really want. I'm always amazed how busy I am -- and how different this kind of busy feels -- without electronics and my technological "time savers." Odd as it sounds to say this, it's stunning and wonderful to go "offline," even for just a day, and not get hit by little chirps and incoming messages that seem to arrive now 24/7. Note: Since we opened in October, 2014, guest reviews consistently tell us us best thing about staying at Good Egg is being off the grid and the treadmill of modern life, unplugging from the dominant culture and experiencing oneself as humans did 100 years ago and more. Whether it’s the absence of electricity (in the cabin), the quiet of the country, no city glow in the night sky, or the once common experience of the natural world dominating over human-made or human-crafted things, it’s astonishing for many of us to see and feel and experience without constant communications via text and email and the distractions of modern life. Many people write that they’ve learned an enormous amount about themselves, about homesteading or permaculture, and about alternate ways of being. This Spring (2016), we’ve increased the price a bit reflect more accurately our costs to maintain and improve the buildings & the property as well as carefully and lovingly transitioning it between guests. WARNING: Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.” N.C.G.S. § 99E-32(b).
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Blue Ridge Little Red Barn

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Elk Park, NC
Come enjoy our cute yet spacious "little red barn" on the back of our property. It sits at the top of a hill with a beautiful view just 5 miles to Beech Mountain and less than 30 minutes to Boone or Banner Elk. Let the sound of the creek below sooth you as you admire the changing leaves. It's a "glamping light" setup with electricity, potable water at the camp sink just outside, a propane grill/stove top, air conditioning and ceiling fan, a camp commode. Sleeps 3 easily with double futon/twin bed bunk.
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Ever New Farm

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Weaverville, NC
Lovingly called the ‘Run in Shelter’: We turned an unused horse shelter commonly known as a run-in into a charming, rustic place to stay on our quintessential historic horse farm. Friends and family alike arrive and feel like they’ve come home. We hope you arrive as a guest and leave as a friend. The ‘Run in Shelter’ has a queen bed, TV, WiFi, a dry kitchen, and a path through an apple orchard to the shared bathhouse—a shared pool and gathering barn with a ping pong table and Foosball. We are an easy drive from the interstate- just five-plus minutes from the exit off HWY 26 for easy access to the country and just 25 minutes to Asheville, 12 minutes to Weaverville, 15 minutes to Mars Hill, and 20 minutes to Marshall. Ever New Farm is 14-acre horse farm with three guest cabins, a community pool, a gathering barn, and a main farmhouse, which the hosts live in.
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Dog-friendly barns near Black Mountain guide

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Looking for a unique camping experience near Black Mountain, North Carolina? Hipcamp offers over 38 options for barn camping with pets. With options as low as $25 per night and an average price of $47, you're sure to find the perfect spot for your furry friends. Check out top campsites like Winding Stair Campground (44 reviews), Creag Creek Farm (42 reviews), and Inner Wolf Retreat Space (12 reviews). Popular amenities include pets, cooking equipment, and showers, while popular activities include climbing, whitewater paddling, and hiking.

Looking for a unique camping experience near Black Mountain, North Carolina? Hipcamp offers over 38 options for barn camping with pets. With options as low as $25 per night and an average price of $47, you're sure to find the perfect spot for your furry friends. Check out top campsites like Winding Stair Campground (44 reviews), Creag Creek Farm (42 reviews), and Inner Wolf Retreat Space (12 reviews). Popular amenities include pets, cooking equipment, and showers, while popular activities include climbing, whitewater paddling, and hiking.

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