All Local Accommodations

Homecoming Accommodations

Leatherwood Mountains Resort

Relax in a luxury vacation home hidden in the trees at Leatherwood Mountains of the Blue Ridge Mountains and wilderness horse country. The Blue Ridge Mountain luxury vacation homes of Leatherwood Mountains are near Boone and Blowing Rock, North Carolina.

Leatherwood Mountains also offers tent camping as well as 20 & 30 AMP power & water hook up campsites year round at their resort. Their beautiful wooded campground is located on the banks of Elk Creek. 

Interested in sharing a cabin with other like-minded, obsessed Outlander fans? We’ve got you covered! Click the Cabin Sharing button below.

Local Hotels

The nearest local hotels are located in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, which is approximately 30 minutes from the Homecoming venue at Leatherwood Mountains Resort. Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express are offering special rates for Homecoming attendees.

*In order to receive the special rates, you must call the hotel of choice and let them know that you are booking with the Outlander North Carolina group.

OTHER HOTELS
bEFORE BOOKING, PLEASE ENSURE DISTANCE FROM lEATHERWOOD

Local AirBNB's & VRBO's

Local AirBNB’s and VRBO’s can be found by clicking the links below.

***Before making a reservation, please be sure to check not only how far the accommodation is from the venue but how long it will take you to get there and back. Mountain roads make travel times longer.***

Other Accommodations

Stoney Fork Campground & B & B

Approximately 25 minutes from our venue, Stoney Fork Campground and B&B is a 28 Acre homestead with a 100 plus year old farmhouse bordering Stoney Fork Creek. 

Stoney Fork Campground has sites along 2000 ft of creek frontage. There are Full hook-up RV sites . Each site has a picnic table and fire ring with a grill.

From their website:

Stoney Fork B & B offers an affordable stay at their 100+ year old Bed and Breakfast. This is not your fancy Victorian Style B&B, it’s a quaint, cozy farm style home with a crooked wall or two. It is like visiting Grandma’s house.

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