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The Hawk's Nest is currently operated by the fourth and fifth generations of Charles Garvin, who built the original East Coast cabins in 1895 when the only ways to get there were by steamer or horse and wagon. Today, Hawk's Nest Beach retains and thrives in this same classic beach cottage style.
The inn was built as a private residence in 1860 by merchant sea captain, Melville Walker. In 1924, Senator Wickes of New York owned the property before selling it to the Eldridge's, who turned it into a guest house and gave it its current name. The Maine Stay Inn was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
Located right on the doorstep of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there's lots of great history to uncover when you stay with Cabins For You. Learn about the creation of America's most visited park. Then, explore historic Gatlinburg as well, to get the full local experience!
Back in 1903, having constructed a railroad near the island, Frank D. Stout built this lodge as a family summer vacation spot. Now, more than a century later, the originally-designed buildings are still at Stout's Island Lodge, showcasing the island's history. To experience and feel a part of it all, book your next getaway at Stout's Island Lodge!
With humble beginnings as a single cabin built in 1946, Tigh-Na-Mara, so named in 1956 and meaning "House by the ocean" in Gaelic, has had a long and storied past. In 1981, things truly began to take shape as the current owners purchased 11 acres which would evolve into the resort in existence today! Learn more about the rich history when you stay...
In 1869, Joshua Trickey built The Wentworth as a wedding gift to his daughter and her husband-to-be, Georgia Trickey and General Marshall Wentworth. The letter that General Wentworth sent to Mr. Trickey to ask for Georgia's hand in marriage remains at the hotel to this day! Come visit this historic getaway for yourself today!
Some of the buildings at Tumbling River Ranch have been standing for nearly 100 years! The Ranch House and the Pueblo House were both built during the 1920’s and still have that inimitable charm. Come and learn the whole story for yourself when you stay at Tumbling River Ranch!
For a more unconventional sense of history, the Bear Lodge's resort grounds boasts the 30,000 square foot Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum. Cited as a top Fairbanks attraction by TripAdvisor, this museum is sure to provide visitors with a heighten sense of appreciation for antique automobiles, even non-car enthusiasts.
Originally built in 1854, The Rhinecliff Hotel initially served as a simple rooming house for travelers to the area offering sustenance and rest for both man and horse. The hotel, now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, had been in constant operation since those days until in 2003, after a period of some notoriety as a raucous music...
To get a further sense of history of the surrounding Texas Hill Country, consider venturing out to San Antonio’s historic Riverwalk and the world-famous Alamo, Sea World and Fiesta Texas Theme Park -- all are about an hour away. For more options nearby, there are caverns and great shopping in charming, historic towns like Fredericksburg and New...
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