Hotels and Country Inns
Highlands has every type of lodging an intenerate traveler could want, from the splendor of the High Hampton Inn and Country Club (O.K., so the High Hampton Inn is in Cashiers; but it’s a great place and worth mentioning) to the quaintness of Mitchell’s Motel. They all offer something special. The following list is an offering of many of the hotels, motels, and inns in the area. As always, remember this is a seasonal business, so call ahead before making plans.
Bed and Breakfasts
Perhaps the best lodging choice for the combination of atmosphere,
charm, and economy, Bed and Breakfasts have taken the country by storm.
When you stay in a bed and breakfast, you are staying in a showplace. Your
stay is meticulously planned, from breakfast to 5 o'clock hors d’oeuvres
and evening bed turndown. Reservations are a must, so call ahead for
prices, availability, and directions. It is also a good idea to ask about
party size and age restrictions. Despite Samuel Kelsey and Clinton
Hutchinson’s plans of building Highlands as a center of commerce (more on
that in History of Highlands), there are only five roads leading out of
town. Currently only three of these have Bed and Breakfasts on them. They
are: Highway 64 East towards Cashiers (past the biggest cliff you'll ever
Below you will find a list of Innkeepers. As always for more information check with the B&Bs directly or with the Highlands Chamber of Commerce at (828) 526-2112. The Chamber website is a terrific resource at http://www.highlands-chamber.com