Woodlands Inn of Sapphire

Address: 1305 US Highway 64 West, Sapphire, North Carolina, 28774, United States | 3 star b&b
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Location

This 3 star B&B, located on 1305 US Highway 64 West, Sapphire, is near Horsepasture River and Nature Trails.
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Travel Blogs from Sapphire

Reliving our Hopkins Years

A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 02, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...

One Down, Thirteen To Go

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 29, 2015

2 comments

... but Co-Ed got there right after the shelter filled and had to tent.It did end up raining that night, but thankfully the next day was dry. We've been pretty lucky like that, having only one day or rain but several nights where it rained.

Our next town stop was Franklin, NC, in about 23 miles, so Co-Ed and I planned on taking it at a decent pace and doing it in two even days of 11 and 12 miles each, while Smokescreen planned on doing 19 and then four. Co-Ed and ...

Sore legs, Rainy days, and Trail names

A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Mar 11, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... feeling crossing into another state knowing I was that much closer to Maine. We are currently in Franklin, North Carolina getting the greasiest burger I can find and piling a couple of milkshakes on top of it. I can honestly say that was one of the best burgers I have ever had. Both of my knees are hurting really bad from all of the stress put on them from ...

Courthouse Creek Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 22, 2015

4 photos

... We crossed the creek to the island to see the waterfall, but it was too icy to get down for a good view. Besides, this was not the one we were aiming for. We followed a steep path up the left side of the waterfall and then continued following a faint, overgrown path heading upstream along Courthouse Creek. There was no flagging tape and the path was little more than nothing at all. The only thing that helped was the snow - we ...

Thompson River Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 19, 2014

11 photos

... the chilly water. Once across, we continued following the old logging road as it ran parallel to Thompson River. Although we could rarely see the river from the trail, we could hear it often as the water roared over falls and cascades. In about 2 miles from the river crossing, we came to the side trail that leads down to Big Falls. Despite using GPS, we initially passed the side path and had to turn around. The logging road continues ...