Gable Haus Country Inn & Linville Cottages
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... pavilion with grills, hiking
& biking trails, suntanning deck, etc.
This is truly a resort within a resort. Abundant wildlife, deer, bear,
turkey, fox, raccoon, etc. Enjoy spring wildflowers, cool mountain
summers (rarely a recorded temperature above 80 degrees), fall colors,
& plenty of winter snow skiing.
Nearby Attractions: - Swimming, hiking, biking, fishing, shopping,
... key chapter in the Orchard's history dictated by geography. The route following the ancient buffalo trails promised a tourism boom, but it also split the Orchard in half, sparking a bitter court fight that eventually reached the NC Supreme Court. The road builders won the battle and the Orchard lost its momentum as an agricultural enterprise. Local residents despaired as its prosperity and jobs waned. Many feared the ...