Inn at Glen Alpine

Address: 105 Davis Street, Glen Alpine, North Carolina, 28628, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 105 Davis Street, Glen Alpine, is near Silver Creek Plantation, Linville Golf Club, and Quaker Meadows Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Glen Alpine

    The Blue Ridge Parkway

    A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 12, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... their children’s names and dates. A good many of the markers were broken and unreadable and the church had even put up a monument to “those unidentified”. I guess some generous relatives of ours made sure the Bodenheimer’s would be visible for many years to come. Thank you, whoever you are. I know my grandmother and great-grandmother would tear up to see that headstone if they were still with us today.

    We ...

    More Waterfalls on the Way Home

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 07, 2015

    9 photos

    ... t on the WC100 list, it probably wouldn’t be worth the time to visit. But now Sandy had completed the challenge. We took a picture or two and then headed back. Back at the car, we drove back into North Carolina through Brevard and got on I-40 east. Since it wasn’t too late, we decided to hit one more waterfall on the way. We got off the interstate at exit 112 and headed into Valdese to McGalliard Falls Park. It was just ...

    Spruce Pines via Blue Ridge Parkway

    A travel blog entry by maggiestravels on Jul 19, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... resentment of British rule culminated when they formed the Overmountain Men during the Revolutionary War, marching to King’s Mountain and handing the British a stinging defeat recognized as a turning point of the conflict.The Orchard’s first permanent resident was Charlie McKinney, whose legend has grown due to his prodigious family. McKinney had 48 children by four wives he somehow managed to co-exist ...

    Our exploring begins

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

    6 comments, 32 photos

    ... the rock that became known as Blowing Rock. We were surprised at how small the rock and the lookout actually were and also that we had to pay to wander the surrounds. In both NZ and Australia I am sure that this would be a free to see natural area.

    From here we made our way up to the Blue Ridge Parkway which is a National Park road running along the ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains. This parkway road runs over 400 miles along the ridge crossing Virginia, North Carolina ...

    Mountain View Restaurant, Linville Caverns & West

    A travel blog entry by maggiestravels on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    • Met up with Jim and Darlene, who were with us on the Panama Canal cruise my sister and I took last November for lunch. They are staying in Ashville, NC so half way was Spruce Pines. We found a great restaurant for lunch.....Mountain View. It certainly lived up to their name.
    • On the way back to Boone, I stopped at Linville Caverns.
    • Next adventure was a trip to West Jefferson to go to the Ashe County cheese factory and get some ...