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Mary made us most welcome. The room is clean and comfortable. Breakfast is extensive -- more than we could ever eat and plenty of choices. The only down side at all is that we have to share the bathroom with two other rooms. The mountains...More
What a beautiful gem tucked away in the North Carolina Highlands. My wife and I stayed here on both ends of a backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail. Mary is a fabulous innkeeper, her breakfasts are unbelievable, and we were made to feel like we...More
We arrived to a warm welcome and cookies. Our room was very clean, smelled great, comfortable. The bathroom was spotless. Great hosts. Breakfast was amazing, my husband said we can never stay at a hotel again after this wonderful b and b. No more continental...More
I stayed two nights in the bed and breakfast. Some hiking friends stayed in the hiker's hostel - these comments are about the B&B. Both the B&B and the hostel were full the nights I was there.
Although they were extremely busy, the hosts went...More
This was my first b&b and I must say I couldn't have asked for a better experience. My girlfriend and I had the Jefferson suite and it is big and comfortable with its own bathroom.
The wonderful breakfast gives you plenty of energy for hiking...More
I am looking at hiking the Appalacian Trail with 2 of my adult sons the week of May 25th for 4 nights. We are wanting to start our hike at the Chestoa Bridge in Erwin Tn and end at US192E. Do you offer shuttle service to the Chestoa Bridge? How far are you from where the trail and US192E intersect? What is the cost for the shuttle service? Do you have anything to accomidate 3 adults for the night before and the night our hike ends? Thank you,
4 January 2015|
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"Call and reserve a spot in the hostel during the busy hiker season."