by Candyce H. Stapen
Situated at 3,680 feet, at mile (41.7), Skyland offers 177 lodging units. These include standard rooms, traditional rooms (some have televisions), one- and two-bedroom suites with living rooms and fireplaces plus mini-fridges (no televisions), as well as family cabins that have one or two bedrooms, a kitchenette and microwave. Some of these come with fireplaces and porches. The resort is open from early April to late November.
The property has a restaurant and there’s free entertainment on some nights. In addition, Skyland offers an activity, such as making S’mores, listening to stories or creating crafts for children 3 to 10 years at selected times during the week. Some activities are free and some require a minimal fee. Rollaways cost $11 per night.
Our Editor Loves
- Family cabins with kitchenette
- Nighttime entertainment
- Stories and crafts for children
by Don H
There are many beautiful areas along the " Drive", and this one is one 0ur favorites. We only have about a 2 hour drive from our home in Ashland, and we make it frequently. A day "on the drive", can recharge your battery fully.
by Gene M
Traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway you can't find a better place to stay. One of the highest elevations and the views are spectacular. Our room was well appointed and sized. The onsite restaurant offered a variety of moderately priced foods and the lounge with entertainment was a plus