The Greystone Inn

Address: Greystone Lane, Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, 28747, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Greystone Lane, Lake Toxaway.
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    Travel Blogs from Lake Toxaway

    Franklin Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

    ... trail, it took us about fifteen minutes to reach the nice 60-foot waterfall. It is named for Rufus Morgan, a reverend from the area who loved the Southern Appalachian mountains and hiked to Mount LeConte up until his 90s. We got some pictures at the waterfall, then finished the loop out back to the car, for a total of about a mile. We then backtracked to Wayah Road and continued on this road, past Nantahala Lake and Nantahala River Gorge. We turned right ...

    Eastatoe Falls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

    ... to follow a faint path upstream along the small tributary. It was less than a quarter-mile to the Waterfall on Northern Tributary of Log Hollow Branch. The waterfall is about 50 feet, but the watershed is small so the waterfall wasn’t too impressive. After a couple of pictures, we backtracked to the forest road and continued hiking. Shortly, we reached another bridge and could see the next waterfall from the road - Waterfall ...

    Back to Brevard

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 22, 2014

    ... the first letter on the trail sign to form a profanity. The orange-blazed Buckhorn Gap Trail leads about 2 miles to the waterfall. It’s also a horse trail and there were several spots where the trail fords a creek, but log bridges were available to cross without wading. After about two miles, we took a side trail to the falls. Although there are two falls, it’s not possible to see both at the same time. We first went ...

    Little Canada Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 21, 2014

    ... beautiful falls. The water tumbles off the cliff in a thin curtain, surrounded by lush green vegetation. No fall color here. We took a few pictures, then continued on, knowing the most challenging part of the hike was still to come. After crossing the unnamed tributary at the base of the falls, we continued on the trail towards Dismal Creek. The trail was still pretty flat here and surprisingly well-marked with flagging tape. ...

    Spending time in the Smokey Mountains

    A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... of Rugby, which is an old English settlement from the 1700s.


    After the rally we were on to Sevierville TN, where we spent 4 days doing the tourist thing. From there we drove 97 miles that took us 3.5 hours driving on some two lane ...