to Alleghany County, NC, make your stay
something to remember in one of four locally-owned rental homes.
Barn is a refurbished milk barn that features
two unique rental units, The Loft and The Parlor.
Rock Roost is a cozy charmer constructed of native
Knob Farm House
offers modern conveniences in a renovated home that recalls life
of the early 20th Century.
is an antique lover's delight with period furnishings and modern
in comfort in one of these beautiful, peaceful, private
accommodations during your stay in the Blue Ridge Mountains
of Alleghany County. They offer a perfect place for weekend
retreats, family reunions, church groups, weddings and honeymoons.
County and its county seat, Sparta, are located in northwestern
North Carolina -- an area noted for its undisturbed natural
beauty and convenient location. Sparta is located just 30
miles from the I-77 interchange in Elkin (exit 82) and 70
miles from Winston-Salem, 105 miles from Charlotte and 115
miles from Roanoke, Va. (See area
map.) We are sure you will find accommodations to suit
your vacation needs.
Clarence & Clara Crouse and Ken & Peggy Brady invite you
to stay with them on your next outing at Bald Knob Farm House,
Mahogany Rock Roost, Chestnut House or Dairy Barn.
Knob Farmhouse has been in the Crouse Family since 1918
and Clarence was born there. It was first opened as a
vacation rental in 1989 and now serves also for personal
family reunions, birthday parties, showers and picnics.
located on Main Street in Sparta, Chestnut House was built
as a private home and later served as headquarters for
the Alleghany Arts Council. It was purchased by the Bradys
and moved to 68 Duncan Street to preserve part of the
town's architectural history.
RATES & RESERVATIONS
& Clara Crouse (336) 372-4191
Ken & Peggy Brady (336) 372-5244
Write Alleghany Unique Rentals, P.O. Box 491, Sparta,