Perched high upon the mountain top, this charming property has an enviable location and breathtaking scenery. During our stay, the Pisgah Inn was in the final stages of opening its newest building and renovating its older rooms with new fixtures and furniture which were both comfortable and stylish. It is important to note that the rooms are on the smaller side and the bathrooms are *really* small; nevertheless, each has a refrigerator and a balcony with two rocking chairs overlooking the most amazing view of the Blue Ridge Mountains I have every had the pleasure of enjoying.
In addition to the hotel, the Pisgah Inn also has a restaurant on site, which my husband and I enjoyed for both dinner and breakfast. In addition to the fantastic view from our table, we were treated to two amazingly good meals. The menu is surprisingly creative (trail-mix encrusted trout? So good!) and the wine list was extensive, too.
Our stay at this Inn had the feeling of timelessness from the days of old when road-trips were still unique and before the proliferation of chain-hotels. Ultimately, I wish we had booked more than just one night, as I could feel myself unwinding with each passing rock on my balcony chair.