This "resort" was overall an ok place to stay. It is literally across the street from beech mtn. It is pretty dated with attempts of modernization. The facility is clean and the staff was overall friendly. There was no one at front desk in the night when it appeared that a smoke detector was randomly going off so finding someone in charge seems pretty cumbersome. The rec room was not kept well as the pool table was missing pieces and the air hockey table was inoperative. Cleanliness of that room was below what should be allowed.
Situated in Banner Elk, this condo is within 1 mi (2 km) of Land of Oz and Beech Mountain Resort. Buckeye Recreational Center …More
This was our first time to stay at a B&B and a Cabin. For us a test so we could make future plans in the same or similar sites to be some time away from the busy cities.
We arrived at the site and nobody there to receive us but after talking with the owners, they had an emergency away from town and left all settled so we establish ourselves.
When we got in the cabin, Fireplace, main room heater, was turned on and all was very clean. Many details were taken care off.
Little river just at the side of the cabin which gave a soothing sound for bed time.
Traveller from Miami, Fl
Situated in the mountains, this guesthouse is within 2 mi (3 km) of Flat Top Brewing Company, Banner House Museum, and …More
"Getting away from it all" has never been more comfortable & enjoyable. Quiet, minimalist mountain cabin is located in one of the most beautiful communities in the NC mountains. The cabin was spotlessly clean; the owners very kind & attentive. Many scenic attractions within 25 miles. Day trips & local area restaurants were terrific.
Traveller from Greensboro, NC
Situated in the historical district, this cabin is within 6 mi (10 km) of The Greater Foscoe Mining Co., Apple Hill Farm, and …More
This quiet town in the scenic hills of Avery County is home to Lees-McRae College. View the October foliage on its beautiful stone campus at the annual Woolly Worm Festival. Don't miss Banner Elk's hidden gem, a long-shuttered Wizard of Oz theme park resurrected once annually for the Autumn at Oz celebration. Winter visitors can ski Sugar Mountain Resort or Beech Mountain Resort, both nearby.