Compare Blue Ridge Mountains Houseboat Rentals
Blue Ridge Mountains Accommodation by the Lake
Lake Rabun Hotel & Restaurant
The Lodge at Chetola Resort
The Ridges Resort on Lake Chatuge
WATER FRONT YOUR LOOKING FOR? YOU CAN'T GET CLOSER THAN THIS!
Luxurious Log Cabin On 200 Acres Overlooking Private Lake
Lakefront Peninsula House ONE of a Kind Spot! Private Dock, Pet Friendly
Lakefront Estate - Lake Toxaway Golf Club/spa/tennis/boating/hiking/fishing
Quiet and Private Log Home on With Views of Lake and Mountains
The Blue Heron Getaway-claytor Lake in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia
Book a houseboat in Blue Ridge Mountains
Take command of your next vacation…by taking the helm of a houseboat! Why debate over whether to stay home or go to the coast? A Blue Ridge Mountains houseboat rental lets you do both. It’s especially ideal if you’re traveling with a bunch of people, whether it’s family or friends, because it blends all the comfort of a “staycation” at home with adventure on the high seas. When you book through Orbitz, you’ll have everything you need to captain your new vacation home.
Blue Ridge Mountains houseboat vacations for everyone
Gather everyone you know, because most houseboats can sleep over 10 people while maintaining a cozy, small-house feel—without feeling cramped. There are showers and kitchens on almost every house boat, and some vessels come with hot tubs, wet bars and multiple TVs. Take your houseboat out to a particular spot in the water, or kick off a proper Blue Ridge Mountains adventure and travel from port to port. Your on-board crew will be so impressed with this unique vacation, they’ll probably start calling you “Skipper.”
They’ll be even more impressed with the luxury house boats that are available. Think stunning décor, gorgeous artwork and even fireplaces for cool evenings on the water. Some even have glass bottoms so you can look right into the water beneath you.
When you want to give your sea legs a break, come ashore and do some sightseeing in Blue Ridge Mountains. Snap up a meal at one of the local restaurants, or do a little grocery shopping so you can cook once you’re back on the water. And don’t forget to look into fishing permits—there’s nothing like cooking up fresh-caught fish to really complete your houseboat experience.