Ron greeted us as we arrived and introduced us to the guests already here, showed us the special facilities and showed us our room, The Walnut Room. The room had a lot of wood paneling, befitting of the home's builder being a lumber man. The mattress was good and firm. We elected to use the ceiling fan with windows open for the silence of the night over th ewindow a/c unit. Nice!
Our regret was that our schedule, filled with taking the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad trip from Bryson City, visiting Dillsboro, riding the Blue Ridge Parkway with marvelous wildflowers, and visiting Maggie Valley and the Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum, prevented us from staying at the Inn for very long. If it had been a rainey weekend, we probably would have stayed in much more. There are brochures on everything to do and see for fifty miles around. Good books are also laying around to read.
Breakfasts were unique and enjoyable.
Our condolences to Ron on the loss of his wife.More