$75 for one person. $125 for two people.
Nestled in tall pines and silhouetted by the Blue Ridge Mountains, Chinquapin Inn is a cozy and hospitable bed and breakfast a five minute walk down the quiet road from Penland School of Crafts.
Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück
Außerdem musst du Folgendes beachten:
Dog(s) und cat(s) live in the house
Genauigkeit der Angaben
Chinquapin reminded me of the kind of mountain cabin my family used to go to when I was young - natural, rustic, and organic. It took me back to a time prior to motels and over-commercialized tourist traps. The neighborhood was quiet, the bed was comfortable, and the breakfast was delicious. I enjoyed the stay and would recommend it to others.
An inn with many stories, beautiful features, and wonderful hospitality. I booked an extra night to soak it all in. A huge thanks to owner Suzanne for the warm conversation and glorious breakfasts. Peaceful, with immense character and charm, near the famed Penland School of Crafts and award-winning Spruce Pine restaurant Knife & Fork. Excellent stay!
Don't stay here unless you want to feel like family. (And you like cats.) I stayed here when I spent a week at the Penland School and was so glad I did. Suzanne, Bill and their fur babies, Penny and Smokey, made me feel welcome. Breakfast was fantastic (be sure to inquire about poached plums) and I was very comfortable for the week. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
The most perfect location for anyone going to Penland overnight or for a class. Right by the Barns! Suzanne makes a great breakfast and her home is filled with lots of wonderful antiques, great books, and two friendly cats. We really loved staying there for the Penland auction this year. We almost don't want anyone else to know how charming it is so we can stay there again next year!
Suzanne is an excellent and attentive host. The room is nestled in the back of the house in a wooded area—peaceful and secluded. Not only did Suzanne put beautiful, fresh-cut, mountain flowers in my room, she also saw to it that a kitty, Smokey Joe, was made available for me as I was missing my own cat back home. This house is only a 5–10-minute walk from Penland School of Crafts. It was the perfect place to stay during a two-week intensive craft workshop as I had the solitude I required after a full day of making.