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All reviews baked french toast grandmother's house each morning within walking distance to town other guests next morning highlands nc plenty of hot water my husband and i breakfast was delicious deluxe king great place to stay breakfast room bed was comfortable main street fresh fruit long weekend
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

The Inn was a very wonderful experience. The room was clean and private. We enjoyed using one of the swings in the internal courtyard. Located close to town, we left the car at the inn and walked to dinner, shipping, etc. But a significant part of the experience was Letty, one of the owners. She is a wonderful person, and took every opportunity to chat with us and make us feel at home. She cooks a fantastic breakfast each morning, and we enjoyed meeting and talking with the other guests. The Powers have been running this facility for 26 years, and have certainly found the right formula.

Room tip: They all were good. Some have their own balcony with rocking chairs.
Date of stay: August 2012
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Thank Jim S
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Reviewed August 1, 2012

This little B&B Inn offers the privacy of individual rooms and the friendliness of a shared breakfast area. This was not our first trip there and the rooms have always been neat, clean and charming. The eating area for breakfast is delightful, especially since the morning air in Highlands is usually crisp and much cooler than the lower elevations from nearby towns. The inn's proximity to the main street of the town allows you to walk to shopping, restaurants, etc., yet it is not in the hustle and bustle of the main traffic of the town.

If you want a great getaway, go to Highlands. If you want to stay in a quiet, quaint inn while you are there, stay at the Chandler.

Date of stay: July 2012
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Thank Wynn B
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

Celebrated my birthday in this friendly B&B. 4/10 of a mile walk to town to enjoy great restaurants, shopping and playhouse. Yummy breakfast souffles served in the morning. The deluxe suite was quite spacious with a kitchenette with refrigerator, and a living room area that can seat a few guests to have a glass of wine with before dinner. All the rooms have their own entrance and porches, which is nice. We always enjoy our meals at Lakeside and Wild Thyme. Owners are friendly and helpful and we would definitely stay here again.

Room tip: Our room had a skylight in the vaulted ceiling above the bed. (In case you are sensitive to the morning light.)
Date of stay: July 2012
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Thank ladolcevitaAtlanta
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Reviewed July 22, 2012

This is our 4th time to stay at the Chandler Inn in Highlands, NC. There just isn't another place that we would rather stay. Randy and Ledy are so sweet and accomodating. The rooms are very cozy, with clean beds and baths and the price to right. Breakfast each morning was delicious and hearty. My favorite of blueberry french toast was offered the first morning along with an egg casserole. The next day was baked oatmeal. So we set out for our golf outing each day full and satisfied.

Now, on to the golf. We only play municipal courses and here is the rundown of our 4 days of golf.
First on the agenda was Kingwood Country Club in Clayton GA. The course was in great shape with lots of hills and elevated greens and tee boxes. It is set in a quiet community of condos and townhomes. We really enjoyed it.
The next day took us to Sky Valley Resort. Now, we had played this course and loved it, but were under the impression (from their website) that it was closed. Well, stopped by to check and found that it was very much open for business. So glad we did, because this is one of our favorite courses. The course has been purchased by the homeowners and it is in really great shape. With charming features like an old fireplace in the middle of the fairway to waterfalls, this place is a great destination. It was not one of the cheapest that we played, but worth the fee.
Third day was Sapphire Valley Golf Club. We had never played here, but what a wonderful hidden gem. This was a very tough course, but so beautiful that you didn't mind getting beaten up by such long and challenging holes. One minor drawback was that there is no practice tee or practice putting green. But the course made up for it. Attached to the proshop is a microbrewery. After a long day on the links we were looking forward to a cold one and some munchies. Well, it took FOREVER to get our drinks and food. So beware if you are in a hurry, because they are not.
Just a quick note about food. We ate at On The Veranda the first night. Due to an electrical storm, electricity was out all over Highlands. However, the restaurant cooked and served by candlelight and it was just so charming. It is on the water and the service and food were excellent. Ristorante Paolleti's was very good as well, but a bit overpriced for spaghetti. The service was excellent which helped. The last night was Wolfgangs. The food was really good, but they sat us in the back of the restaurant which had no atmosphere at all. If you go there, request to be seated in the Pub area or the porch.
And last but not least was the auction at Scudders Antiques. This is a must visit when you are in Highlands. Mr. Scudder is just a hoot and kept us entertained for several hours. And you just might get a bargain on rugs or jewelry while you are there. Can't wait to visit again next year.

Date of stay: July 2012
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Thank DaisyRoswell_GA
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Reviewed July 17, 2012

My wife, son and I recently returned from a split two night stay at the Chandler Inn July 6 and July 9, 2012. The stay on the 9th was a result of our experience the first night. What a relaxing small B and B. Super rooms (rustic like the surroundings) and a wonderful breakfast (thanks Letty for the waffles for a ten yr old). Nice easy walk to town and good company. after a clockwise trip to Franklin, Asheville, and Cashiers, we ended up right back in room 203, three days later. Will return soon, thanks for hospitality and cool weather!!

Room tip: Ask to see all the rooms first!
Date of stay: July 2012
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Thank Kuhndogs68
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