Last Updated on April 13, 2021
Last Updated on April 13, 2021
It’s no secret that Boone is one of our favorite mountain towns, possibly one of the best in North Carolina. With delicious restaurants and breweries to satisfy yourself after incredible mountain hikes and waterfalls, we are always ready to escape for a weekend.
We’ve enjoyed stays in some of the town’s hotels but have also stumbled upon these wonderfully unique Airbnbs in Boone (and nearby) that will make your trip even more memorable!
Since a few of them sit in surrounding High Country towns, we want to keep things as organized as possible. Here’s how we’ve organized this guide to Airbnbs in Boone:
- Airbnbs in Boone
- Airbnbs near Boone in Watauga County (Deep Gap, Sugar Grove, Todd and Vilas)
- Airbnbs in Banner Elk
- Airbnbs in West Jefferson and Ashe County (Fleetwood, Too!)
- More Things to Do in Boone (Related Posts)
Airbnbs in Boone
Inside this article, we’re sharing places we do not have personal experience with. However, we still think you can enjoy them, based on the photos and amazing reviews.
All images come courtesy of Airbnb.
Boone Town Treetops
The first of our Airbnbs in Boone sits just seconds from the heart of town. Further, this property allows you to sleep in the treetops.
The family room, deck, and all the bedrooms allow you beautiful views of the mountains. As an added bonus, your furry pals are welcome!
$157/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
Canary Cottage Mountain Retreat
Enjoy tranquility in this beautiful home, another that’s only minutes from downtown Boone. Spend time on the back porch and keep a lookout for wild deer and turkey!
When you’re not enjoying nature, you’ll enjoy the beautiful finishes and décor that make up this home.
$106/night (7 guests, 4 beds)
New Upscale Condo – Incredible Views!
Within the community, you can enjoy access to an indoor and outdoor pool and a fitness center. This condo is set up with the best in appliances, technology, and amenities.
$149/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
We Call This the Treehouse
Enjoy privacy and seclusion in this Boone home. This beautiful property nestled in a boulder outcrop comes with a hot tub surrounded by a privacy fence.
Views of Grandfather Mountain and a pet-friendly property are added bonuses!
$140/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
Airbnbs near Boone in Watauga County
While you’ll be venturing a bit away from Boone proper, these places aren’t too far away in surrounding Watauga County towns.
Treehouse Dome (Deep Gap)
This dome in Deep Gap is where you’ll want to go to unplug. This takes primitive camping to the next level! It’s pet-friendly and open year-round, so come out and enjoy winter snowfall as well!
$146/night (4 guests, 3 beds)
Open Living, Grand Views (Sugar Grove)
Located less than 10-minutes from downtown, this cabin in Sugar Grove is perfect for a large family friend group! Enjoy 180-degree views from almost every room in the home, and an easy drive to places such as Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain, Sugar Mountain, and more.
Inside the home, you’ll find amenities such as a fully stocked kitchen, hot tub, fire pit, Wi-Fi, foosball, shuffleboard, and more!
$312/night (7 guests, 4 beds)
Starry Nights Cabin (Sugar Grove)
This cabin is just 20-minutes from Boone and sits on 15 acres of land with its own hiking trails. Enjoy your time on the property with a deck that showcases beautiful views, a fire pit, hot tub, ponds, swings, and even a petting zoo!
It’s also pet-friendly, so bring your furry friend on your nature getaway!
$151/night (4 guests, 3 beds)
Tiny Bunker (Todd)
Enjoy tiny living in this great property only a 5-minute walk to downtown Todd. Nestled in nature, this tiny bunker has two decks, a hot tub, a fire table, and outdoor furniture to soak it all in.
$185/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
This is the first of a few Airbnbs in Boone that feature among our favorite tiny houses in North Carolina!
Tiny Cabin (Todd)
How about a tiny house surrounded by tons of outdoor space? This tiny cabin in Todd features a 500 square foot outdoor screened in-lounge with a hot tub, fire table, dining, lounge, and yoga workout areas.
Sleep in the 360 square foot Tiny Cabin and enjoy the beautiful outdoors on the porch.
$175/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
Tiny Geopod (Todd)
This tiny geopod is one of our favorites Airbnb in Boone’s surroundings.
It’s the perfect place to get away. While nestled in nature, it’s only a 5-minute walk to the downtown area of Todd and a 15 to 20-minute drive to downtown Boone.
When you’re not spending time in the pod, enjoy private access to the hot tub, fire table, gazebo, or outdoor furniture.
$225/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
Mountainview Tiny House (Vilas)
This tiny house gives you privacy, great views, and wildlife. Located 18 miles from Boone and 10 miles from quaint Mountain City—home to art galleries, hiking, snow skiing, and mountain biking.
$126/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
Airbnbs in Banner Elk
You’ll still be within a short drive from Boone with these awesome Airbnbs in Banner Elk and the Avery County town’s surroundings.
Historic Carriage House – Upper Level
This Airbnb in Banner Elk has so much to offer! Stay here when you’re wanting to catch a game at Appalachian State, which is only a 7-minute drive.
When on the property, you can make a cozy fire in the wood burning fireplace, hike through the woods to a nearby river, and listen to the birds and nature while drinking coffee on the front porch.
$79/night (6 guests, 3 beds)
This romantic chalet is the perfect couple’s getaway in Banner Elk. Grandfather Mountain is only 15-minutes away, and after a day of hiking, you can soak your soreness away in the master bathroom tub.
Enjoy a nap on the hammock, a roaring fire from the beautiful fireplace, or enjoy the pond right outside your door.
$229/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
Li’l Daisy Tiny House
This newly constructed, modern tiny house in Banner Elk is perfect for a mountain-chic getaway. Though the home itself may be tiny, the land is huge!
Enjoy the outdoors and views of the mountain on the deck or hang out on the lawn with cornhole, a fire pit, and darts available to you!
$92/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
Airbnbs in West Jefferson and Ashe County
These Airbnbs in Boone’s surroundings in West Jefferson and Ashe County sit about 30 minutes north of town.
Tiny House w/ Big Views (Fleetwood)
Go on a couples or solo retreat to this tiny home in Fleetwood. It’s custom-built with windows that have a fantastic view of Grandfather Mountain and other mountain peaks.
Though it’s small, this home still has amenities such as a smart TV, wifi, heat pump, induction burners, and an Instant Pot oven/air fryer.
$65/night (2 guests, 1 bed)
Rustic “Courage Cabin” (Fleetwood)
This Airbnb in Fleetwood is a great escape from city life. Whether you visit in the summer or in winter, there is always something to do. With skiing, hiking trails, and a county farmer’s market near-by, this is the perfect location to use as your home-base!
If you stay here enjoy a hot tub, mountain and river views, and a front porch with a swing.
$240/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
Tiny Cabin – Giant View (Fleetwood)
Experience amazing views with this cabin in Fleetwood! Situated on top of a mountain, you can watch the sunset and sunrise with views of three states and the Appalachian Mountains.
$109/night (4 guests, 3 beds)
Treehouse on the Blue Ridge Parkway (West Jefferson)
This hideaway in West Jefferson was built on camera for Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters (Season 8 Episode 1). You must see it for yourself! Great location for those that want to reconnect with nature.
The property offers unique features such as an outdoor shower, composting toilet, and rustic touches all throughout.
$173/night (4 guests, 2 beds)
Ready to Book One of These Airbnbs in Boone?
From tiny homes to geopods, it’s clear that there are plenty of unique Airbnbs in Boone and in surrounding towns! We hope you’re able to stay in one of these properties and enjoy your time in North Carolina’s High Country.
If you were to choose, which of these places would be your first pick? Let us know in the comments section!
More Things to Do in Boone
After booking one of these Airbnbs in Boone (or nearby), your next move is to look into all the fun things to do in the area. As always, we’ve got you covered here or in our Facebook Group.