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I really love this highly overlooked historical inn. Formerly catered to historical figures such as Helen Keller, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, and Norman Rockwell, I'm surprised of how low key this inn appears to be. I have been to very haunted and spiritually active inns...More
Been here before. But love spring every softshades of green. Tbey have do extensive lawn landscaping.
Great frezh strawberry muffins and herb omelet.
Got the loft next this time. New additional couch. Great space. Window's open. Lovely place for long weekend.
We stayed here for an anniversary trip and had a great time. We reserved the Artist's Loft, which was basically the entire top floor of the home. It was accessed through a staircase which had a really unique horizontal door in the floor of the...More
We made a short 1 night visit to Black Mountain and stayed at this Inn.
This was our second visit. Beautiful old home with lots of history.
We stayed in the Loft, neat trap door for privacy!
We even took our 2 dogs.
One of the main reasons I chose this location was because I could stay for only one night - many places require you to stay at least two. Supposedly "haunted," this is a super cool place for folks who enjoy the mystery inherent with "old...More
$186 - $209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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