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The North Carolina Mountains Hotels

Balsam Mountain Inn

Pros

  • Friendly, down-home, old mountain inn
  • Delicious food

Cons

  • Rooms vary, and some are small, with thin walls
  • Lights out at 10

Updated 10/13/2012

Fodor's Review

A stay here is like going back 100 years in time, when folks rocked and chatted on the front porch, went to bed at 10 pm, and hotels didn't have amenities like air-conditioning, room TVs, swimming pools, or, heaven forbid, fitness centers. In this rambling, old wood-frame railroad inn, the floors creak, and you may overhear your neighbors through paper-thin walls. But if you can buy into the back-in-time premise, Balsam Mountain Inn is a delight, with a cozy library, friendly

staff, and a wonderfully unpretentious restaurant (average entree at dinner is around $20). The rooms, most not overly large, have been redone, but old-fashioned elements such as claw-foot tubs remain. You'll enjoy the included breakfast served on the sun porch.

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Hotel Information

Address:

68 Seven Springs Dr., Dillsboro, North Carolina, 28707, USA

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Phone:

855-456-9498

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 41 rooms, 9 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 10/13/2012

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