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We had a brief but relaxing weekend. A quiet setting over looking the valley. Good food and friendly hosts. Plenty of room. A big fireplace in the grand living area would be fun during the winter. Call ahead and their chef is willing to do...More
My husband and I stayed here for our 3 night honeymoon in the gooseberry room at the Inn. We LOVED every minute of our stay and wish we didn't have to leave.
The drive to Asheville is about 30 min through the country but we...More
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Response from Innkeeper99, Owner at Wildberry LodgeResponded November 3, 2017
Erika, We are happy that you enjoyed your stay. Thank you so much for your review. Best wishes coming your way for a blissful marriage. We hope to see you again soon. Glenda, Ken and Bonnie (Cosmo, Ginny and yes even Shredder) :)
Wonderful inn set in a serene and peaceful location among rolling hills and meadows combined with wonderful hosts made this a truly unique experience. The drive to the inn itself enhances the experience. The hosts are great people that really care about the well being...More
We stayed here for five days in May, celebrating our 41st wedding anniversary. It was superb. Spectacular views, immaculately-clean and comfy room, excellent food, and enormously helpful hosts. We'd never been to this part of the U.S. before, but now we hope to retire here.
Ken and Glinda Cahill were the most wonderful, gracious hosts anyone could ever want. Their daily care in breakfast, room cleaning, information about the area were the best I have witnessed. The views from the lodge will leave indelible photos in your minds. By all...More