The North Carolina Mountains Restaurants


Jarrett House

Jarrett House Review

The food here may not win any awards for creative cooking, but most folks love the mountain trout, catfish, country ham with red-eye gravy, and fried chicken. In continuous operation since 1884 and now on the National Register of Historic Places, Jarrett House is best known for its dining, but you can also stay here. Rooms (just $75 double) in this three-story country inn, with porches on all three levels, are small and unpretentious, and lack air-conditioning, but you can't beat the location right across from Dillsboro's shops and the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad depot.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Restaurant closed Mon. and Jan.–Mar.; inn closed Jan.-Apr.
Updated: 10-13-2012

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