Mar 1, 2024 - Love is Blind

Go glamping "Love is Blind"-style in this modern tent less than two hours from Charlotte

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"Love is Blind" cast members spend a serene couples getaway at this North Carolina Airbnb. Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

Netflix's "Love is Blind" features local Airbnbs like a Lake Norman mansion and this glamping tent less than two hours from Charlotte.

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

Catch up quick: In episode 11, many of the couples have their final date night before the wedding. During the show, we get a glimpse of how Amy and Johnny spent a romantic getaway at this "Creekside Retreat Glamping Tent" in Lenoir, N.C.

two people in front of a camp fire
Photo: Courtesy of Netflix

The stay: At this glamping tent, you can book your own couples retreat starting at $118 per night.

  • It holds up to four guests and comes with one bedroom, two beds and one bathroom.
  • Up to two pets are allowed for a $25 fee.
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Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

Amenities: While there's no electricity or wifi, you can spend more time connecting with your partner by cozying up to the same fireplace as Amy and Johnny.

  • This stay comes with a stove, sink, fireplace, shower, covered porch, picnic table, grill and BBQ utensils.
love is blind fire pit
Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb
love is blind airbnb
Photo: Courtesy of Airbnb

Location: The heated tent is surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

  • It's a 20-minute drive to Blowing Rock and a 30-minute to Boone.

What's next: Many dates for March and April are currently available. You can book a stay on Airbnb.

Go deeper: 22 cool Airbnbs less than 2 hours from Charlotte — starting around $100 a night

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