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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.


The Chandler Inn
790 N 4Th St.
Highlands, NC   28741
Fire Mountain
Highway 106
Highlands, NC 28741
Hampton Inn of Highlands
Highway 106 and Spring St.
Highlands, NC 28741  
High Hampton Inn and Country Club  
Highway 107 South
Cashiers, NC 28717
Highlands Inn
4th & Main
Highlands, NC 28741
Highlands Suite Hotel
205 Main Street  
Highlands, NC 28741
Highlands Suite Hotel
205 Main Street
Highlands, NC 28741
Kelsey & Hutchinson Lodge
450 Spring Street
Highlands, NC 28741
Main Street Inn
270 Main Street
Highlands, NC 28741
Mountain High Lodge
2nd Avenue and Main Street
Highlands, NC 28741
Mitchell’s Lodge and Cottages
264 Dillard Road (HW 106)  
Highlands, NC 28741
Mountain High Motel
200 Main Street  
Highlands, NC 28741  
Old Creek Lodge
26 Old Creek Circle
Highlands, NC 28741
Old Edwards Inn
120 S 4th Street  
Highlands, NC 28741  
Skyline Lodge
470 Skyline Lodge Rd
Highlands, NC 28741
Wood Valley Vacation Rentals
60 Wood Valley Rd.
Scaly Mt., NC 28775  

  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 see)
Highway 64 West towards Franklin (past the biggest gorge you'll ever see)
Highway 28 South toward Walhalla, South Carolina (down the windiest road you'll ever see)
As an aside, there are two other roads are worth investigating. They are Highway 106 toward Dillard Georgia (the quickest way to Atlanta), and the Horse Cove Road (the quickest way to get lost).

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

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4 & ½ Street Inn   55 4½ Street 828-526-4464
  Highlands, NC 28741  
1891 Stewart House 425 Hickory St. 828-526-8087
  Highlands, NC 28741  
Colonial Pines Inn Bed and Breakfast Rt. 2, Box 638 828-526-2060
  Highlands, NC 28741  
  www.colonialpinesinn.com 866-526-2060  
Long House Bed & Breakfast Rte. 2, Box 638 828-526-4394
  Highlands, NC 28741  
Morning Star Inn 480 Flat Mt Estates Rd 828-526-1009  
  Highlands, NC 28741