The "little Waldorf of the South," as the New York Times called it in 1928, The Lake Lure Inn boasts a long tradition of quality service, fine appointments and southern hospitality. Attracting the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Emily Post, this distinctive Inn graciously blends the ambience of an era gone by with the comforts of a modern vacation resort area. Sunlit solariums, beautiful gardens and grounds, invitingly comfortable rooms provide a uniquely Euro-Mediterranean atmosphere. A member of Historic Hotels of America, Lake Lure Inn has earned the American Automobile Association's Three Diamond Award.
- All Year
- Lake Lure
- Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) / 19 miles
- Greenville Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) / 36.8 miles
- Hickory Regional Airport (HKY) / 50.7 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights