Not knowing what to expect from and internet photo, we pulled in to Blowing Rock with reservations about the stay. But once we met Jacob and saw the room our hesitation vanished. the room was extremely clean and comfortable. we totally look forward to our next stay at the Hemlock Inn.
Room clean and comfortable. They were undergoing some remodeling which made entrance to main lobby and swimming area a little out of the way but if they are going to keep it nice they have to do some work every once in a while. The construction workers were nice and tried to stay out of your way, ...
Overall it was fine. Breakfast was very limited because I have Celiac. When I went they were out of fruit so my options were limited to grits and yoguart. I called the front desk twice trying to get an answer to a question - I was told they would find out and get back to me... my call was never returned. ...
One of the cleanest hotels I have stayed in. Room was a bit small but ok for one night. The floor we were on was very quiet. The breakfast was standard continental. My only complaint was that the sausage was pink. When I spoke with the attendant she stated that it is precooked and they only steam ...
Named after famed Pioneer Daniel Boone, Boone, North Carolina, is nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains. Boone hotels offer a wide variety of choices including bed & breakfasts, economy, and luxury hotels. The majority of the hotels in Boone offer free wireless Internet, continental breakfasts, and workout areas. Two of the most popular hotels in Boone are the Hidden Valley Motel and the Courtyard by Marriott.
Guests staying at Boone hotels have plenty of dining options, including Joy Bistro, which offers excellent seafood. Additionally, the restaurant has excellent drink specials and offers outdoor dining.
Visitors staying in Boone should visit Cone Manor, a 3,600 acre estate that was constructed by Moses Cone. The house is beautiful, with breathtaking views of Lake Bass and the surrounding mountainside.
Vacationers staying at a Boone hotel should consider a ski trip to one of Boone's resorts. Sugar Mountain offers the longest ski season in the state as it is usually open by Thanksgiving, and has one of the best ski schools in the south.
Those hoping to get in a quick round of golf should tee up at Boone Golf Course. This beautiful course was designed by noted architect Ellis Maples, and is located in the beautiful Watauga Valley.
Appalachian State University is home to one of the best college football programs in the Southern Conference. Additionally Appalachian State has recently produced NFL players Brian Quick and Armanti Edwards.
This is the coolest place to stay in the Boone area. We stayed over night in a camper that was cute as could be. I was blown away by the facilities on site and in my lodging. There is a common area with sports, a park, large covered picnic area and gem mining. The onsite store is very reasonable priced and filled with any thing you could need or want while camping. Our camper was fully stocked and even had an outdoor grill and fire pit. There was a public water accesses and a bath house. The camper had a private shower, microwave, fridge, stove, coffee maker and tv. I would love to come and stay a while in the future!
The staff were great and the rooms were very clean. The best part was the complimentary real breakfast. Definitely will stay there again
Always enjoy the Hampton Inns. Everyone is also so friendly.
Been visiting Banner Elk for years & always stay @ BRV.