grand total: From $225 Per Night
- Sleeps 6
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 2
- Type Cabin
Pack your bags and take a family trip out to the 'Wine Cellar,' a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom vacation rental cabin located in a 300-acre private development in the heart of the Daniel Boone National Forest! Whether you’re looking for wilderness adventures or a lush environment to relax in, this area has it all. Boasting 2,200 square feet, this cabin offers 6 lucky guests access to a private hiking trail, a wine tasting area, a pool table, private hot tub with 2 awesome views, and a gorgeous deck!
Master Bedroom: King Bed | Bedroom 2: Queen Bedroom | Lofted Bedroom: King Bed
Enjoy an isolated, wooded escape with the comfort of a highly-rated care team available for any concerns you might have during your stay.
'Wine Cellar' is adorned with vaulted ceilings, wood beams, 6 inlaid wall sconces, and floor-to-ceiling windows, and offers stunning views of the lush and tranquil Daniel Boone National Forest! A 4-wheel drive is highly recommended.
Guests love starting their day in the living room while sitting on one of 2 red leather couches. This area not only has beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows, but also boasts a flat-screen cable TV with DVR that is perfect for movie nights after the sun goes down!
When you're not out exploring the outdoors, spend your evenings shooting pool downstairs with your friends and enjoy the comfort of the ventless gas stove. After you settle the billiards score, head out to the outdoor fire pit to finish off the day with delicious campfire s'mores or slip into the private hot tub for ultimate relaxation and an awesome view of the stars.
This beautiful cabin is situated in the highest portion of a mountain area for ultimate privacy. From the cabin, you'll be able to see an amazing rock formation in back and a spectacular view of distant mountains in the front. If there is a full moon, you'll have a front row seat of a Kentucky moon while enjoying the hot tub at night. With so much tranquility surrounding this home, you're sure to feel rejuvenated by the end of your vacation.
While you'll love relaxing at this cozy mountain cabin, you'll still want to venture out and take advantage of this home's amazing location. Endless hiking and rock climbing opportunities can be found in the surrounding area.
The famous Nada Tunnel entrance to the Red River Gorge is just 10 minutes away from the property, so be sure to head that way for countless hiking trails, rock climbing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, sight-seeing, bird-watching and numerous opportunities for photography!
Drive through to see the Red River, countless varieties of trees, flowers, plants, and outcroppings of rocks – or stop to hike or catch site of deer, turkeys and other wildlife. For a memorable experience, hike to the famous swinging bridge over the Red River, located up river from the Jump Rock and Swimming Hole.
Natural Bridge State Resort Park features the Natural Bridge, a million-years-old sandstone arch, which is accessible by hiking up and down the huge mountain or by taking a slow, easy ride on the sky lift. Additionally, at the Hemlock Lodge at Natural Bridge, there is an enormous outdoor pool, kiddie pool and picnic area that everyone is sure to enjoy from Memorial Day to Labor Day. For water activities, like fishing, kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding, make your way to nearby Mill Creek Lake.
See the mountains from a whole new perspective when you go zip lining over the tree tops for a challenging thrill in Cliffview, or drive through the Gorge to the family-friendly zip line spot in Frenchburg, where everyone from kids to grandpa can have a ball!
If you’re looking for even more thrills, visit Torrett Falls Climbing Adventure or Kentucky Rock & Adventure Guides for world-famous rock climbing and rappelling! Both offer lessons and guided climbs.
Kids will love the Reptile Zoo, while teenagers will jump on the opportunity to visit the Thrillsville obstacle course in nearby Slade. New to Thrillsville in 2017 is kayaking through the 100-year-old limestone cave, and a putt putt golf that kids and even the grandparents will enjoy.
If you love horseback riding, Whispering Valley Riding Trails are just 35 minutes away in Beattysville, where you will see waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings as you ride under the canopy of trees. The views are sure to be amazing!
Great restaurants are also nearby! Be sure to check out Miguel’s Pizza, a classic restaurant that has been around for 30 years, Red River Rockhouse, a newer restaurant owned by young rock climbers, and Sky Bridge Station, which features gourmet hot dogs and beer on tap.
THE EVOLVE DIFFERENCE
Evolve Vacation Rental Network is on a mission to make vacation rental easy for guests. Every property in our network has been vetted and verified so you can book with confidence. If you have questions prior to your trip, we are happy to assist you 7 days a week. During your stay, your designated Guest Contact will be available 24/7 to help with any issues that may arise.
Key Residence Features:
- Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, impeccable design, wine cellar, steam shower, private hot tub, electric fireplace in the king loft bedroom, wet bar, pool table, outdoor fire pit, free WiFi, in-unit laundry machines, and much more!
- Fantastic Red River Gorge location - easy access to hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, mountain biking, rock climbing, golf, fly fishing, festivals, horseback riding, shopping, local restaurants, and cafes!
- No smoking
- No pets allowed
- No events, parties or large gatherings
- Must be at least 25 years old to book
- Please note that this property on the highest part of the mountain in Birch Hollow, so 4-wheel drive is highly recommended
- Additional fees and taxes may apply
- Photo ID may be required upon check-in
* NOTE: these cabins, while deluxe accommodations, are in a heavily wooded area. Occasionally, guests may experience weather conditions or power outages that are out of the host's control. The hosts will do all they can to assist, but are not responsible for issues beyond their control. *
DETAILS & AMENITIES
- Fly Fishing
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Mountain Biking
- Rock Climbing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Zoo/Wildlife Park
- Internet Connection
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Flat-Screen TV
- 24 Hour Management
- On-Call Maintenance
- Steam Shower
- Wine Cellar
- Free Parking
- Private Hot Tub
- Trash Bags/Paper Towels
- Wireless Internet (WIFI)
- Dishware and Flatware
- Mountain View
- Onsite Laundry Facilities
- Charcoal Grill
- Fire Pit
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Ceiling Fans
- Central Heating
- Laundry Detergent
- Linens Provided
- Pool Table
- Towels Provided
- Wet Bar
- Extended Stay
- Minimum Age Requirement
- No Pets Allowed
- Non Smoking
- Not Suitable For Children
Guest Reviews (13)
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Our family had a great time at this cabin. Our boys (4 and 7) loved being at the cabin and spending time in the hot tub. There‚Äôs enough space inside to give everyone their own area and the open kitchen gives a great gathering space in the morning or for dinner. We spent most days going to Natural Bridges State Park so this location was a perfect distance away. As other reviews say, make sure you have a 4W or All wheel drive vehicle, this is the last cabin in Birch Hollow and there is a gravel road section that is very steep. Also, the nearest grocery store is about 20 minutes away so we found it helpful to get all of our food before arriving. And if you drink alcohol I would highly recommend bringing your own, there are dry counties in the area and most other stores selling alcohol do not have a wide selection. The staff was very responsive and texted/emailed me in the days leading up to the trip. We are definitely planning on coming back!
*This review was originally posted on Airbnb for a stay in October 2018
We had a cousin ladies weekend and this place was perfect for our trip. We were able to use the hot tub right away because it was set and warm upon arrival. The view was beautiful it was so peaceful so roomy and homey. Thank you for the beautiful home away from home
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in September 2018
Beautiful home! Very peaceful area with gorgeous scenery from any view. Woke up each morning to see a couple of wild turkeys roaming around the yard. Hot tub was perfect. Was able to have a great camp fire. We brought our own camp chairs, glad we did because there was only the deck furniture and 4 white plastic chairs that probably wouldnt have worked too well on the slanted ground. Dont forget to bring your own charcoal and lighter for the grill. This house is located as the last house furthest up the mountain - sure glad we had a 4-wheel drive vehicle ???. There is a bit of a drive to get anywhere, we expected that so we didnt find it an issue. So much to do in the area, hiking, sight seeing and just about any type of outdoor fun you like to do. Something to think about if you dont do well with stairs - there are a lot of stairs at the house! Pool table was fun I would suggest bringing games if you want other entertainment (we arent much for watching tv.). All the light switches are labled - that was awesome! There are plenty of bowls to put food in but no lids except 1. (Glad we brought aluminum foil, would also suggest bringing zip lock bags.) Beds were amazing! Dish soap, dishwasher soap and laundry detergent was all supplied. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in August 2018
Everything was wonderful other than the refrigerator. It didn't get very cold, but the staff was quick to come and check on it. The house was clean and the beds were so soft! Had a nice little get away. Will definitely be back.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in August 2018
The cabin was exactly how it was pictured and described, and the property manager is very organized/thorough! They had thought of everything in advance and we didn?t need to bother them at all. The cabin was perfect for 3 couples since all of the beds are on different floors. Only minor complaint would be that they want the thermostat to be set on 75 in the summer months and for the lofted bed, that?s pretty steamy. Thankfully we had an unseasonably cool evening and a little bit of rain, so it wasn?t an issue. But on a normal summer weekend, it would be hot. We will definitely return to the cabin in the future and recommend it to our friends!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in July 2018
We had a great stay at the Wine Cellar cabin! The place was very clean when we arrived, the kitchen was well stocked with just about anything you would need to cook with, the beds were extremely comfortable; this cabin was downright cozy. The hosts were very responsive to all of our questions both leading up to the trip as well as if we needed anything during our stay. The location was fantastic. Although you were relatively close to other cabins of Birch Hollow, we weren't right on top of each other and it felt like we were in our own secluded neck of the woods. We definitely see ourselves returning here in the near future.
*This review was originally posted on Airbnb for a stay in June 2018
This place was awesome, the beds were the most comfortable ever!! Showers were luxurious too. Close location to tons of attractions. Couple downsides.. there wasn't a lot of dishes, very minimal bath towels, and no games/cards. little when it came to house 'stock' but we made do. would have been nice to have some things to keep us occupied besides the pool table in the evenings. The drive up was ok, front wheel drive car made it up no issues. just a little bumpy. would definitely stay again.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in May 2018
My husband and I stayed at the Wine Cellar for the weekend. We had planned a weekend away hiking. This house is located very close to Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge Park. We hiked three days and really enjoyed hiking in the snow one of the days. The house was very comfortable and the hot tub was great after each days hiking.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in April 2018
The Wine Cellar Cabin itself was very pretty and the view was excellent at the top of the hill. We have a few complaints. There were a tremendous amount of wood bees even though there are jars in place to help reduce them. Then, when we went to use the oven, it didn?t work and wasn?t able to be fixed at all. The part had to be ordered online. It was very frustrating because we brought a lot of food and prepared for a week so we would the cabin and not eat out at any point. The last thing was the hot tub. We got in the first evening we were there. The smell of chemicals was so strong that we could only be in there for about 10 minutes. We were going to book another cabin first, but it didn?t have a hot tub. So this was a selling point for us to rent this cabin. All in all, we still had a fun time, but hopefully these things can be fixed for future renters. Thank you
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway in April 2018
Manager's Response: Hi Diane, We are happy to hear that you enjoyed the cabin's beautiful views, but we are sorry that you were not able to fully enjoy your stay! Some wildlife like harmless carpenter bees will make an appearance when the seasons change in the surrounding national park, but the homeowner does their best to ensure that the local critters do not impact guests at the cabin. The owner would like to thank you for your understanding with the oven, and apologizes that they were not able to offer you a better resolution during your stay. We are sorry that the hot tub was not ready for immediate use as it was treated before your check-in, but we hope that you were able to enjoy it for the rest of your stay! Thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to hosting you again soon. Best, the Evolve Team
This was just as advertised. Very nice and clean home with beautiful views. Highly recommend.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in March 2018
Enjoyed the Wine Cellar cabin immensely. Arrived on a Saturday, went hiking all day on a warm Sunday in the Red River Gorge area, and then received 8" of snow Sunday night in a winter storm that downed trees and knocked out the power until Wednesday afternoon. The trees were cleared before noon on Monday and the drive was plowed soon after. The cabin had water and heat using the gas fireplace. Cooked food on the charcoal grill and survived the 3 days without electronics quite well. (I should add that the owner's (Dale and Katy) were in contact with us regularly during the power outage to keep us informed and to make sure that we were OK. Dale even came up to give me a bottle of wine as an apology for our troubles. Not needed, but greatly appreciated!) Traveled around the area Tuesday & Wednesday doing part of the Craft Distillery Bourbon Trail and also visiting the Talon Winery in Lexington. Spent Thursday again hiking in a State Park close to the cabin and enjoyed the NCAA basketball tournament that evening. Overall it was one of our more interesting spring break trips. I foresee returning to this area again as the hiking was spectacular, the cabin was wonderful, and the location is perfect for us.
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in March 2018
Found the cabin with no issues. Was an easy drive to nearby attractions and hiking trails as well. Was very clean and communication with management could not have been easier!! Will be back again!
*This review was originally posted on HomeAway for a stay in November 2017
*This review was originally posted on Airbnb for a stay in November 2017