Pinebridge Inn

Address: 207 Pinebridge Avenue, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, 28777, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 207 Pinebridge Avenue, Spruce Pine, is near Linville Falls Visitor Center, Linville Gorge Wilderness Area, Emerald Village, and Gem Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Spruce Pine

    The Appalachian Mountains

    A travel blog entry by greghills on Aug 11, 2015

    2 comments

    ... to wonder what the establishment sees in hosting these nights at all. Can't be much profit margin in it. There was probably a bit of irony in the fact that there was a bar full of Americans playing the English game of darts, with two Australians sitting at the bar watching baseball. Finally, at the end of the night for us there, we got our tab and settled up. We suddenly realised that we were drinking a "two for one" deal. That ...

    Test...Test...Test

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Aug 06, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    Hi folks,

    As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.

    Fred & ...

    Spruce Pines via Blue Ridge Parkway

    A travel blog entry by maggiestravels on Jul 19, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... to the Atlantic - the Orchard has been a vital travel route since our continent’s earliest settlers began exploring these mountains. Buffalo and elk traversed here, followed by the Cherokee Indians and eventually European settlers.The ancient game paths became foot trails and then trading routes. Early settlers defied British attempts to make peace with the Indians by disallowing settlement to the west of the ...

    4th of July......night

    A travel blog entry by maggiestravels on Jul 04, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    • Bethel Baptist Church puts on a Bethel Blast every 4th of July. They furnish pulled pork, baked beans, cole slaw, rolls, bottled water, soda, various desserts and watermelon. Local bands play in the big tent and fireworks at dark thirty. All this is free! ...

    Our exploring begins

    A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on Jul 01, 2015

    6 comments, 32 photos

    ... t get better than a local traveler planning our exploring.

    Tuesday morning we said good-bye to Cam and commenced heading West - our destination for the next days being the Great Smoky Mountains, initially in North Carolina and then in Tennessee. With the car and caravan travelling well we traveled about 200 miles via freeway to the city of Boone for our first overnight stop. It is surprising how far ten miles is - we are so used to thinking in metric. Walking a couple ...