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High Hampton Inn & Country Club

Cashiers, North Carolina, United States
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$125

The property, upon which the High Hampton Inn now stands, was bought in the late 1800s by Wade Hampton III, considered one of the wealthiest men of the South prior to the Civil War. After a series of ownerships, the High Hampton Inn was built in 1922, and enhanced to its present state – a quiet, luxurious haven.... more

  • Wifi
  • Restaurant Onsite
  • Pets Allowed
  • Property Size 116 units
  • Conference Facility
  • Kids Allowed
  • Nearby City Cashiers
  • Nearby Water Hampton Lake
  • Open Dates Apr 23 to Dec 2
RESORT TYPE(S):
  • Family
  • Golf
  • Meetings
  • Reunions
  • Wedding
  • Nature
  • Fishing
  • Romantic
  • Pet Friendly
  • Ecotourism
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Haywood Park Hotel

Asheville, North Carolina, United States
93
Excellent
353 Reviews
$185

Once an upscale Bon Marche in 1913 and then an Ivy's department store, Haywood Park Hotel has always symbolized Asheville's proud past. It's been an integral part of the city's revitalization and today it celebrates both the past and the present with unique fine dining and boutique-style design.... more

Owl's Nest Inn & Engadine Cabins

Canton, North Carolina, United States
$145

Totally restored to its original Victorian charm, the inn was built in 1885 as a home for Captain John Hoyt. Naming it Engadine, after a Swiss valley, he added every feature available at that time – distinct traits not lost at today's splendid inn!... more

Boone Cabin Rentals

Boone, North Carolina, United States
$150

Named for legendary explorer, Daniel Boone, Boone, North Carolina retains the pioneer spirit, despite having grown into a busy college town, the home of Appalachian State University. ASU has a wide variety of cultural events and activities throughout the year and the surrounding area is one of the country's best destinations for outdoor adventures.... more

Fontana Village Resort

Fontana Dam, North Carolina, United States
79
Very Good
122 Reviews
$79

The location of the resort has a long and interesting history. In 1942, construction of the massive Tennessee Valley Authority Fontana Dam began. Fontana Village was originally built as a town for the workers and their families who came from all around the country to work on the project.... more

The Cottages of Flat Rock

Barker Heights, North Carolina, United States
$85

Originally known as Florilina Court, the cottages were built by David and Samantha Fowler in 1940, who believed vacationers needed a beautiful place to stay in the cool mountains of Henderson County. They were right! ... more

Balsam Mountain Inn

Balsam, North Carolina, United States
$145

Perched at 3,500 feet elevation in Balsam, North Carolina, the Balsam Mountain Inn rests in a gap dividing the Plott Balsam and Richland Balsam mountain ranges. Originally called the Balsam Mountain Springs Hotel, guests of the inn would take day trips to the nearby peaks of the Balsam Gap, which back then was home to the highest passenger rail... more

Hot Springs Resort & Spa

Hot Springs, North Carolina, United States
80
Very Good
8 Reviews
$60

Hot Springs in the mountains of Western North Carolina is cuddled along the banks of Spring Creek and the French Broad River. A town rich in history and beaming with natural charm, this it serves as an intersection along the historic Appalachian Trail and is part of the Southern Appalachian Mountains.... more

Lake Toxaway Co

Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, United States

Families have been drawn to the breathtaking mountain vista and crystal clear waters of Lake Toxaway since 1903 when the Fords, Edisons, and Rockefellers came by private railroad car. Today, families share 5,000 acres at Lake Toxaway, where Mother Nature displays some of her best work twelve months a year.... more

Cataloochee Ranch

Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States
$220

For more than 75 years, Cataloochee Guest Ranch has called the Great Smoky Mountains home. Guests fasten themselves a saddle, ride into the tunnels of trees and across mountain streams and are granted more than peace; they find tradition. Help preserve the heritage of this very special corner of western North Carolina and find Cataloochee Ranch out... more

Caroline's Country Cabins

Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States

Over a century ago Maggie Valley became known as the "Gateway to The Smokies". Folks arrived all summer long to escape the heat of the south to enjoy the cool temperatures that our high elevations had to offer. Maggie Valley is one of the highest towns east of the Mississippi at over 3,200 feet, nearly 1,500 feet higher than Gatlinburg, Tennessee,... more

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