How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Highlands Inn
Travel Blogs from Highlands
... the low water. We crossed the logs at the base and got some pictures from the sandy beach. There were a lot of nice wildflowers blooming around the base of the waterfall as well as a cairn in the shallow water. We got some pictures here and then started heading back. Back at the car, we got on SC-107 south and past the campground, turned left on Winding Stairs Road, a steep and winding gravel road. At the end, we turned right on Jumping Branch ...
... out, we stopped for dinner at Brasstown Creek Gathering Place. I had been here before and think they have some of the best barbeque around and wanted Sandy to try it. After dinner, we headed north to Cherry Hill Recreation Area near Mountain Rest where Justine and the others were camping. We set up our tent and took a quick shower and then went to bed after a very long day. Overnight, there was a heavy rain, but unfortunately, not enough to really help the ...
... After getting my stuff together, I hiked down past the gate and went left at the fork. The trail loops around and then follows West Fork Tuckaseegee River upstream. In about a mile and a half, flagging tape indicated a short spur trail to the right that led to the river. Across the river, Rough Run flowed into West Fork Tuckaseegee River at Rough Run or Thurston Hatcher Falls. The other side of the river is ...
... with them. Before Jeff knows it, I will have our house sold and we'll be moving up there! Just kidding... kinda. :)
Tomorrow we are going to be able to see my family and spend some time with them. As of recently, half of my family now lives in the mountains! I have an Aunt, Uncle, cousins, sister, brother in law, niece, my dad and my step mom... all now in the mountains! It seems like a natural fit for our family!
... the creek. We sat for a little while here and I took off my boots and socks to wade in the creek below the falls. The water was very shallow and I wanted to get pictures from different angles as well as head over to the island in the creek. When we had enough, we climbed back up to the road and made our way back to the car. In another mile or so, we came to the Bull Pen Bridge (also called the Iron Bridge by locals) over ...