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Located in Landrum, The Red Horse Inn is in the mountains, within a 15-minute drive of Campbell's Covered Bridge and North Greenville University. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staff extremely friendly. Facilities AAA. Location pastoral with stunning mountain views. It's a gem.
Pros: Christian is a great host! Beautiful property and very relaxing atmosphere!
Pros: Very nice facility with beautiful views, peaceful setting. Horses and dog were an extra nice touch.
Cons: It was a bit out of the way to find places to eat and no breakfast.
Pros: Attention to small details. Enjoyed having the breakfast foods and drinks in the room. I really LOVED the towels and the bed. Christian was an excellent host and I enjoyed meeting his pups and horses. Our trip to the area was to take in the love my grandmother always had for Glassy Mountain. You feel that love at Red Horse Inn.
Located in Tryon, 1906 Pine Crest Inn is in the historical district, a 3-minute drive from Lake Lanier and 9 minutes from Pearson's Falls. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Tryon? This bed & breakfast has facilities measuring 1674 square feet (156 square meters), including a conference center. Free self parking is available onsite.
Butterfly Creek Inn Tryon is the closest offsite lodging to the Tryon International Equestrian Center. The inn has 7 well appointed rooms and 71/2 baths beautifully nestled in 550 acres of conservation land with a view of the waterfall and Butterfly Creek. All the rooms have a king size beds, one room has additional queen and twin beds, another room additional twin bed and one more room with the addition full size bed what can be very useful for the family with the kids. Each room has TV, refrigerator and Keurig coffee machine, shower and bathroom. We also have a big open leaving room with dinning area and nice kitchen that you are welcome to use. The Inn has two decks one small next to the creek were you can enjoy the sound of the water and your morning coffee and another larger in the back with a lot of seats, table and grill where you can have a nice, relaxing time. Conveniently located within 4 miles of groceries, restaurants, gas, wine and only 6.5 miles to the equestrian center. Butterfly Creek Inn Tryon is conveniently located between the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring and Tryon, NC. Our central location to all the activities in the area makes us the perfect place for a romantic getaway, a girlfriends getaway, a Blue Ridge Mountain adventure or an ideal home base while attending any of Tryon Horse Country’s horse shows. While at our inn, our guests enjoy luxurious accommodations, a peaceful waterfall, the soothing sounds of Butterfly Creek, and the beauty of our gardens. Just south of Asheville, where the weather is a bit milder, you’ll find galleries, dining, hiking, zip lines, culture, history — all without the headache of traffic in Asheville. Maybe that’s why people from Asheville come here to getaway. We’re Western North Carolina’s best kept secret. If you’re truly looking for a quiet place in the Blue Ridge Mountains to getaway from everything, especially traffic, call us and we’ll help plan the perfect weekend. Tryon, Landrum, Columbus & Saluda offer something for everyone The Tryon/ WNC area is packed full of surprises. Discover uptown down south as you visit the quaint towns of Tryon, Landrum, Columbus, or Saluda. Tucked in the gentle rolling hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina, this area has become known for it’s world class equestrian events, arts & culture, wineries & breweries and of course, natural beauty. Our guests can get a taste of WNC with our local, farm-to-table fresh gourmet cuisine and our Blue Ridge Mountain setting. Many come to our bed & breakfast and are perfectly content sitting creekside with coffee in hand. But, if you’d like to venture out and discover our surrounding towns: Tryon, Landrum, Columbus and Saluda, we can help you plan daytrips that will test exactly how much “happy” you can take!
Days Inn Columbus, North Carolina, is in the heart of horse country. We are located 6 miles from the Equestrian Nature Center, home of Tryon Spring and Fall Steeplechase, and home of Hunter-Jumper Association with a horseshow at least once a month. We are only 40 miles from Biltmore House and only 1 1/2 hours from major ski resorts. Tryon Fine Arts Center hosts sculptors, painters and craftsmen from all over Western North Carolina; this is the home of some of the well known painters and sculptors, such as Pamela Raltray Brown and Dusenberry. Two major golf courses and country clubs are within 10 miles. It is 8 miles to Green River which has hunting and fishing privileges. We do allow Pets and there is a non-refundable one time charge each time a guests checks in. The charge varies from $20.00 to $40.00. *** Chairmans Award Home of Blue Ridge BBQ Festival
Pros: I didn’t like anything
Cons: Everything. It was old and the bed was too soft and it tilted to one side. It was dirty and gross
Cons: Bed harder and room cooler
Cons: Not a whole lot going on
Cons: They said they didn't have a room with a King size bed available. And the hotel was not full at all.
Pros: For a Saturday night in a pet friendly hotel this particular hotel was approximately $50 less than any other. The hotel was right off the interstate. There’s a very large selection of nearby places to eat and a grocery store within walking distance. Barbara, the front desk employee, was personable and a terrific employee.
Cons: The blow dryer was broke, and the room wasn’t the cleanest. But for the money, I would stay there again.
Pros: Barbara was so kind at check in. The location was perfect. Easy on and off the highway.
Cons: The remodel was poorly done. It looked like an animal tried to escape the bathroom. Literally, it looked like the molding on the door had been chewed.
Pros: It was good. Eating area was a little small, but food available was good and adequate. the coffee was excellent!
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was very clean.
Cons: Lack of a fitness center and perhaps some outdoor seating.
Pros: The bed bugs were a nice touch
Cons: The gaps at the bottom of the doors was not comforting at all. The random bugs all over the place. The fridge sucked. The blanket was horrible so we had to go out and buy our own.
Pros: My cousins stayed there but they told me it was very nice and comfortable. Beds were very comfortable and soft
Cons: They seemed to be very happy compared to Red Roof Inn in Hendersonville that was a little outdated
Pros: Traveling through the area and this location suited my needs for where I wanted to stop for the night. Easy off/on I-26. Breakfast offering was pretty good. Room did not have carpeting and new flooring was installed. Comfortable queen beds too.
Cons: Sign for the entrance was hard to see. If you're using a phone app with navigation, it will take you right to the entrance.
Cons: Rooms not clean, front desk not helpful. Super sketchy people walking around late at night. Couldnt print out receipt. We would have left but it was the only thing with a room that late at night.