Pine Crest Inn


Write a note in the cabin that inspired classic writers

The 1906 Pine Crest Inn, located near Asheville and the Blue Ridge Parkway, has hosted many horse enthusiasts and writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. This historic bed and breakfast offers affordable elegance and impeccable views as a refreshing getaway in the mountains of Western North Carolina. The 35 charming rooms, suites and private cabins are reminiscent of an English country inn. You can even stay in Swayback Cabin, the oldest structure on the property and the place that once served as a temporary home for Fitzgerald and a vacation retreat for Hemingway. Original buildings like the 240-year-old log cabin, woodcutter cottage and stone cottage bring charm to the intimate property. Taste the award-winning wine collection and inspired cuisine from Carter’s Tavern and Wine Cellar after your spa treatment and before relaxing in a supple leather chair with a good book or movie.

1906 Pine Crest Inn

1906 Pine Crest Inn and Restaurant, Pine Crest Lane, Tryon, NC

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