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Just before Thanksgiving, my wife and I spent a three-day hiking holiday at the Orchard Inn. Each day we hiked 9+ miles in Dupont State Forest, 30-minutes away. We did our hiking after a WONDERFUL breakfast each morning. Those breakfasts were varied and gourmet and...More
The accommodations are excellent, the food is wonderful and the hosts are superb! We had a lovely stay and we will return!
The inn is cozy and comfortable. When it’s cool or cold, the center fireplace is the spot to gather around. When the weather...More
A great place for a group of old friends to get together to embellish the past. We stayed in the large cottage which was perfect. A superb breakfast each morning and a friendly staff that was very tolerant of those who lingered way too long...More
We stayed in one of the cottages overlooking the Blue Ridge mountains during the fall color season. Our hosts were so attentive to detail and have trained their staff to make everyone feel at home. Take advantage of the evening meal if offered. I wanted...More
My wife and I had dinner and stayed here for two nights. My only gripe is that I did not stay longer. I will never stay anywhere else in the area again. Just a wonderful experience all around. The location has a wonderful mountain view...More
Located just 30 mi. south of Asheville where the foothills meet the Blue Ridge Mountains, the rest of the world melts away the moment you enter the long winding driveway and approach our elegant mountain top …Moreescape, comfortably nestled on 12 peaceful acres. As you walk up the front steps, graciously framed in boxwood hedges, the cozy rockers on the Antebellum style porch are calling. Enter the open and airy living room with it's great stone fireplace, and you immediately feel at home. The Inn was originally built in 1926 by the Brotherhood of Southern Railroad as a summer retreat for members' families. Transformed into a B&B in 1981 it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, member of Select Registry as well as Chaine des Rotisseurs. Fine dining restaurant serving dinner Thurs-Sat. 14 rooms tastefully decorated in period pieces & antiques all with luxurious linens. Less
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No - we do not have tv's in any of the guest rooms, only in the Laurel Cottage. We have an entertainment room with a 60" hdtv and pool table in our finished basement. Our guests have continued to request we keep it this way... More
No - we do not have tv's in any of the guest rooms, only in the Laurel Cottage. We have an entertainment room with a 60" hdtv and pool table in our finished basement. Our guests have continued to request we keep it this way, so we have.
The restaurant is indeed fabulous. It is a small room with a great view. It is quiet enough to have a conversation around the table. Rare for any restaurant today. The food is great as well as the service. We ate dinner... More
The restaurant is indeed fabulous. It is a small room with a great view. It is quiet enough to have a conversation around the table. Rare for any restaurant today. The food is great as well as the service. We ate dinner and breakfast there. The breakfast is wonderful. You really must try the French toast.