Our friends had visited here for a major birthday getaway, and asked us and another couple to join them on another visit. After hours of meandering/sight seeing from their home in the mountains of NC, we arrived at this quaint inn ready to relax.
The inn is immaculate, with comfortable rooms and offers wonderful nooks to relax inside, including a "living room" with snacks, drinks set-ups and comfy sofas.
We ate dinner there and were delighted with the meal (important to make reservations when you book your room, and bring your own wine). There is a set menu posted for each evening, a wonderful bourbon salmon our night. One of our party doesn't eat salmon and they cheerfully provided a vegetarian meal as the alternative for him.
Unfortunately is was drizzling the next day, so we didn't take advantage of the several trails on the property...one of which leads to a swan pond. We did have our coffee on the back porch sitting in rocking chairs staring at the Smokies. Then had a perfectly cooked, yummy breakfast in the "library" room. Wish we'd had another day so we could have explored the grounds and had another dinner there!
Before heading back to NC, we drove along the 7 mile loop near the inn, stopping in many of the craft shops along it. Fun! The wood works shop is amazing.More
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- Free Parking