Avoid the busy summer weekend crowds in the Blue Ridge Mountains by booking a weekday stay at High Hampton Resort, home to the prettiest lake view in North Carolina. High Hampton also offers the best golf and spa packages within 100 miles and beyond.
If you’re looking for a tranquil Blue Ridge Mountain lodging experience, then a weekday stay is the ideal choice. Enjoy exclusive water access to Hampton Lake, located at the base of a giant rock-face. Paddle through the calm summer waters on a canoe, and experience a type of serenity you didn’t think existed.
"We invite guests to experience the serenity of a weeknight stay on our 1,400-acre mountain playground,” said General Manager Tom Garcia. “In addition to the traditional accommodations, time-honored events, and exceptional Southern hospitality, we are thrilled to offer exciting new programming and revamped offerings during our 96th season that will elevate the guest experience."
High Hampton Resort is home to “One of America’s Great Golf Holes,” and now they’re offering a Skills Challenge area where you can learn from PGA Professional Craig Hartle. Hartle will help guests with their putting, chipping, and driving. A weekday stay would allow exclusive 1-on-1 access with Hartle. Hampton Lake surrounds “One of America’s Great Golf Holes,” the famed par 3 island 8th hole—a breathtaking, natural marvel. The Ultimate Golf Getaway Package saves guests 20% with weekday rates starting at just $234.
For those looking for a perfectly relaxing week off work, Hampton Health Club & Spa is the place to be! Spa packages start at $330 per person, per night based on double occupancy, a 90-minute spa treatment, $100 towards food and beverages, and a bottle of champagne. The European-style spa offers therapeutic deep-tissue massages, facials, body wraps, and microdermabrasion. After your session, relax in a signature red rocking chair along the front porch, pick a bouquet at the heirloom dahlia garden, and enjoy deliciously fresh rainbow trout in the High Hampton Dining Room.
One of the primary reasons to visit High Hampton Resort during the week is to explore the 1,400 acres of Blue Ridge Mountain estate. Explore the acreage by hiking some of the 15 miles of trails on the property. One breathtaking view after another awaits on these secluded, stunning trails. On a weeknight, you won’t have to fight guests over complimentary fishing poles, range balls, boating equipment, bocce ball, ping pong, or shuffleboard. Stay during a weeknight summer solstice celebration! The summer solstice events include a picnic, bonfire, music, and merriment—guests are only asked to wear white attire.
High Hampton Resort returned in 2018 for their 96th season, and now offers enhanced Wifi connectivity to go along with the best activities, programming, and views in North Carolina. A weekday stay at High Hampton has never been this appealing!