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I have stayed at the Pinnacle Inn a few times, and it is always a nice getaway. The buildings are older (not sure when it was built, but my first visit was 24 years ago, and it wasn't new then), but the condos are set...More
The greatest of views. Problem is the cleaning crew stole my wife's IPhone and The Pinnacle Inn refuses to respond to 5 emails. A stone throw away from the Blue Ridge Parkway with many great hiking trails. Beech Mountain is striving to develop hiking trails...More
To say that I'm familiar with the Pinnacle would be an understatement. My parents took me every summer for at least a month stay for 12 years. When I had the chance to take my 2 boys, I was so thrilled!
The scenery was breathtaking,...More
The Pinnacle Inn is above 5,000 feet elevation and in the summer the temperature never goes above 80 degrees there! I love the break from hot Florida summers, the beauty and peacefulness of the location, the friendliness of the staff, and the view from the...More
We arrived and about 30 minutes later it snowed 12 inches in about 8 hours. Beautiful area, right next to ski lifts, about 5500 ft up. But....the couch and bed were not comfy, the hot water took about a half a day to get started...More
If you are used to driving in ice and snow, it won't be a problem. The resort is accessed by narrow, curving, mountain roads, just like any ski resort. Carry chains, drive with care, and you should do just fine. We were... More
If you are used to driving in ice and snow, it won't be a problem. The resort is accessed by narrow, curving, mountain roads, just like any ski resort. Carry chains, drive with care, and you should do just fine. We were there in October and our major problem was fog where you couldn't see 3 feet in front of you.