With the Appalachian Mountains spanning several states, there are a lot of unique destinations out there. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to plan that romantic getaway.
If quiet, more secluded places are your thing, then maybe a stay at a cozy cabin is ideal. If busier, action-packed places are preferred, then booking your stay at a well-known hotel is a better fit.
Appalachian Mountain Cabins in Virginia
Located at 530 Fincastle Road, Duffield, Virginia 24244, this quaint location in Southwest Virginia is home to the Appalachian Mountain Cabins. What sounds better than cozying up with your loved one and taking in the beauty of Appalachia?
The Appalachian Mountain Cabins are family owned and opened back in 2001. They are the perfect place to sit back and relax….or go for a hike!
Next to the cabins sits the Natural Tunnel State Park. There will be a Valentine’s Day Sunset Hike on February 15 at 5:30 p.m. Guests will meet in the Visitor Center Parking lot and there is no charge for the hike.
You and your loved one will have the opportunity to hike along the Lover’s Leap Trail. Along the way of this one mile hike you will see the Natural Tunnel and of course the beautiful mountains with the sun setting.
Call 276-940-2674 for more information about the hike.
To book your stay at the Appalachian Mountain Cabins call 1-877-299-8123. There is a four night minimum stay for the month of February.
Amenities of Appalachian Mountain Cabins:
Jacuzzi (in some units)
Eagle’s Nest in Tennessee
If you are an artsy type of person, then Eagle’s Nest is just the place for you! Located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Eagle’s Nest is a secluded, private cabin that overlooks the Smoky Mountains. The cabin is located in a popular Arts and Crafts area.
Just around the corner you can venture with your partner and explore the local arts and crafts shops. Bring home a taste of Gatlinburg by supporting local artists.
Amenities of Eagle’s Nest:
Washer and dryer
Eagle’s Nest is an Airbnb Rental. Address is provided after booking a stay.
The Greenbrier in West Virginia
What is more romantic than taking your significant other on a horse and carriage ride around the beautiful property with a mountainous backdrop? The Greenbrier offers carriage rides and even sleigh rides for those cold snowy months. With Valentine’s Day falling right in the middle of winter, you may get lucky and see some snow.
In addition to carriage rides, there are plenty of other things to do. There is an 18-hole golf course, a world-renowned mineral spa, plenty of shopping opportunities and places to dine and even a casino.
With The Greenbrier recently being named one of America’s most romantic date destinations by Redbook Magazine, your stay here is sure to have some romance.
Call 855-453-4858 for details.
Barnsley Resort in Georgia
Located at 597 Barnsley Gardens Road, Adairsville, Georgia 30103, the Barnsley Resort is a romantic destination that has a ton to offer from golf to horseback riding to hiking.
The Barnsley Resort is a three-story English-inspired inn in North Georgia.
The resort offers a variety of hiking trails for you and your loved one to explore. With several trail options, this gives you the opportunity to choose how long you wish to hike as well as how much energy you want to put forth on a hike.
After a romantic hike, wind down with a relaxing massage. With the Barnsley Resort being surrounded by nature, this ties into how the spa operates. The spa lounge has a view of the surrounding beauty and the therapists use what they call “nature’s healing remedies” and combine them with various massage techniques.
To reach the Barnsley Resort, call 877-773-2447.
If you are traveling through Appalachia on Valentine’s Day, no matter what you and your loved one decide to do, be sure to take a moment and appreciate the beauty of Appalachia and all is has to offer.