If you like historic inns then you should like the Green Park Inn. As with most 100+ year old inns the floors slope and creak. It's expected. We stayed in a king suite with a balcony and enjoyed our stay. The included breakfasts were good and the Chestnut Grill was great. Being right next to hwy 321 was a bother in the mornings but we managed to sleep in anyway. I'd say it met or exceeded our expectations and would recommend it. Keep in mind it's an historic inn though. If you must have modern accommodations then it may not be for you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The graceful Victorian era hotel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been lovingly and faithfully restored as of the fall of 2010. Turn back the clock to a more genteel time when exquisite attention to guest's needs, a polite, respectful and helpful staff, and an atmosphere of quiet elegance was the magnet that drew authors, poets, presidents and first ladies to the cool mountain breezes of the Green Park Inn. Come and experience our affordable elegance. When you want to spend time away, spend it somewhere that's timeless. The Chestnut Grille Restaurant is open nightly, or weekends seasonally. The Divide Tavern opens nightly at 5pm, serving casual dinner fare. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Green Park Hotel Blowing Rock
- Green Park Inn
- Park Inn Green