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North Carolina Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


North Carolina Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay - Castles, Yurts, Treehouses, and Haunted Hotels

Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina

Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina
Biltmore House is a Châteauesque-styled mansion near Asheville, North Carolina, built by George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and 1895. It is the largest privately-owned home in the United States, at 135,000 square feet and featuring 250 rooms. Still owned by one of Vanderbilt's descendants, it stands today as one of the most prominent remaining examples of the Gilded Age, and of significant gardens in the Garden à la française and English Landscape garden styles in the United States.   The estate remains a major tourist attraction in Western North Carolina and has over 1 million visitors each year. The grounds include 75 acres of formal gardens, a winery and the Inn on Biltmore Estate, a AAA four-diamond 213-room hotel.  
Complete Story, Photo, and Video 

        

Falling Waters Resort and Yurt Village in Bryson City, NC

Falling Waters Resort and Yurt Village in Bryson City, NC
The Falling Waters Adventure Resort is located in the middle of one of the premier outdoor activity areas in the world. Located adjacent to the Nantahala Gorge, with outstanding whitewater rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Near to the Appalachian Trail, Bartram Trail and the many trails of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. A mountain biker's heaven, with hundreds of miles of exciting trails, including the internationally known Tsali mountain bike trail. And just a scenic drive to the Olympic Ocoee River and the Chattooga National Wild & Scenic River for additional great rafting opportunities.  Fontana Lake has over 600 miles of shoreline, and the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad provides scenic steam & diesel excursions, including an unforgettable Raft'N Rail Excursion.  Complete Story and Photos

     

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Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe, North Carolina
As a kid growing up on a farm in eastern North Carolina, Phil Nordan built many treehouses. In the spring of 1999, He decided it as time to build a treehouse for adults - for my wife, Dianne, and me. This treehousee sits 30 feet in the air and the lower level as a treehouse for our daughter when she was little. Since that time, we have received a lot of attention from newapapers and national magazines about our treehousee. It is equipped with a double bed, ceiling fan, couch, an outdoor fireplace, phone, rocking chairs, and much more. The two porches allow breathtaking view of the vineyards, our pond, and our horses. In 2004, we decided that it was time to plant a vineyard in Monroe, NC. This was the beginning of Treehouse Vineyards. We planted our first vines in the spring of 2005. Since that time, we have planted eight varieties of Muscadines. Complete Story and Photos

  

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The Haunted Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, NC
Built in 1924 by university trustee John Sprunt Hill, along with alumnus and local businessmen, Tthe Carolina Inn was constructed to be a first-rate establishment accommodating visitors and graduates of the UNC Chapel Hill Institution. The design was most interesting, combining classic elegance with Georgian style that was meant to mirror the facade of the George Washington’s home at Mt. Vernon. The Carolina Inn, voted one of America’s Top 10 Haunted Hotels by about.com, invites guests to spend an evening with its longtime resident ghost, Dr. William Jacocks. A friendly spirit, he enjoys playing practical jokes on those who stay in what was once Dr. Jacock’s permanent home, Room 256. Complete Story and Photos

  











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