Dec 2 - Dec 3
We loved the hot tub shaped as a heart. The Latino that works the front desk was super helpful and nice. He went above his job to answer all our questions, overall super helpful. The rooms were clean!
Dec 6 - Dec 7
The grounds were wonderful. We enjoyed walking and fishing around the lake. We took advantage of frisbee golf and eating dinner at Bob's Timberlake restaurant. The food is outstanding. We had the best surf and turf (petite filet mignon and scallops). This is a must have when eating at this restaurant. ...
Dec 16 - Dec 17
Convenient to great shopping and dining. We loved Blowing Rock. The Inn made some special arrangements to provide a hot breakfast in spite of Covid restrictions. We would go there again.
Dec 6 - Dec 7
Love boone second time coming back and like that dogs are allowed
Dec 3 - Dec 4
My wife and I stayed 3 nights at the HolidayInn Express at Blowing Rock. Check-In was as breeze along with a quick check-out. Our room , a king bed was nice, very comfortable along with being clean and excellent WiFi. We plan to visit again soon.
Dec 20 - Dec 21
Clean, staff was great! Outside fire pit nice. Close to the Greenway, restaurants and shopping
Dec 13 - Dec 14
As soon as we walked in we felt comfortable just like your name indicates. Lobby was like being in a living room. Breakfast was well presented and staff always had things in place. We strongly recommend it for families and well as couples.
Dec 2 - Dec 3
the room was clean and the bathroom had been remodeled. Nice with tile floors and a glass shower, not what we expected in a small mountain town. nice pine doors and frames.
Dec 7 - Dec 8
Beautiful historic property with old world elegance and old southern charm.
The city of Boone is located in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, drawing skiers with its snowy slopes, history buffs with its historical charm and active vacationers with its bountiful outdoor treasures. The crisp mountain air and the panoramic mountain views make it impossible to stay cooped up inside, and with the abundance of outdoor offerings, Boone allows you to enjoy nature in abundance.
Those who want to fully experience the Blue Ridge Mountain air, should stay towards the west side of the city. Within the city limits, you can go fly fishing in the clear river waters with Elk Creek Outfitters. Then, head further out to Sugar Mountain Resort, where runs of all levels give skiers and snowboarders their adrenaline fill. Travel south to nearby Grandfather Mountain in the town of Linville, as it is perfect for wildlife seekers and day-hikers, with Appalachian Mountain beauty to marvel at. Alternatively, you could travel north to discover what the High Country Wine Region offers at Banner Elk Winery.
With historical roots, Boone offers unique experiences for history buffs. The Appalachian State University area of the town is a convenient home base. A short drive will have history coming to life at the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, an eclectic blend of new and historically significant art to view at Turchin Center. It is an opportunity to get hands on, trying to strike it rich the old fashioned way at Foggy Bottom Gem Mine.
Families cannot go wrong staying south of campus, near Tweetsie Railroad. This railroad and Wild West themed amusement park gives a nod to local history while entertaining the whole family. Mystery Hill, a gravitational phenomenon for science-minded families and the Appalachain Ski Mountain for snow-loving families are also in the vicinity.
Boone is home to one 4 star hotel and 23 3 star hotels. The city offers a diverse choice of business hotels, pet-friendly hotels, and even a boutique hotel for those looking for unique accommodations.
The 4 star accommodation near Boone is a deluxe cabin located outside of the city. Featuring a fully functioning kitchen, balcony, terrace, fireplace, and separate dining area, guests have ample space to spread out. Barbeque grills, gaming systems, cable television, and internet are also available for guest use.
Boone’s 3 star hotels offer excellent services. Many rooms come equipped with coffeemakers, microwaves, refrigerators, televisions, free WiFi, and the typical toiletry and hair dryer bathroom necessities. Free continental breakfast is also common, with some featuring on-site restaurants and room service. Extra goodies at these hotels include indoor pools, fitness centers, and full spa facilities.
Boone does not have its own airport. However, there are various options, both requiring a drive, that service this western mountain town of North Carolina. The Tri-City Regional Airport, located in Blountville in Tennessee, welcomes flights from various southern states. A 1.5-hour drive east through the mountains will have you within the city limits of Boone.
Another option is the Asheville Regional Airport, located in Asheville in North Carolina. Welcoming flights from a wider selection of U.S. airports, you might have better luck securing tickets via this hub. A two hour drive northeast through the mountains is required to reach Boone from here.
No matter which airport is most convenient for you, there are plenty of hotels close to Tri-City Regional Airport as well as hotels close to Asheville Regional Airport to spend the night when early morning or late night flight times face you.