This was our second visit to the Pisgah Inn, and coincidently we had the same room, which seemed to have changed very little since 2005.
The view remains sublime, ever changing with the sun and shadows (weather permitting!) and the mists in the valleys. You can look out at it from your window, your balcony, the viewing area by the restaurant, or from your dining table, though your table may not be near the window.. It’s worth looking out at night. Those dark ranges of hills and mountains look desolate during the day so it’s surprising how many lights twinkle out there.
But remember apart from the one view and a couple of drab trails there is nothing else to do. On both our visits we found a couple of nights quite long enough.
The room was clean and of reasonable size, although the bathroom facilities let it down a bit.
The restaurant offered good food but the tables were packed in tightly and the service was poor. What you ordered, what you got, and what you paid for didn’t always tally.
- Also Known As:
- Pisgah Hotel Waynesville