Inn at Linville River Farm

Address: 7569 Linville Falls Highway, Newland, North Carolina, 28657, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 7569 Linville Falls Highway, Newland, is near Linville Gorge, Linville River, Christa's Country Corner, and Grandfather Golf and Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Newland

Coming In From The Cold (And The Wet And The Wind)

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 25, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... I wasn't even bothered when I stepped in a deep mud puddle that soaked my shoe and sock. At least, not much. And then I came to one of the coolest shelters on the trail, Overmountain Shelter. It's an old converted barn. There's a section on the bottom that looks like a normal shelter with platforms people can sleep on, but then there's a breezeway inside like a normal barn and a huge upstairs room. The guidebook says it's a 20 person shelter, but everyone I talked to ...

Grandfather Mountain

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 20, 2015

6 photos

Rain again but we managed not to get wet with 2 hail storms! In between, Dev took us to the Blue Ridge Parkway and across the Linn Cove Viaduct, then up Grandfather Mountain. Rises to 5946 feet. At the top is the Mile High Swing Bridge, at 5280 ...

Family gathering.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 19, 2015

Woke to rain and mist, but hoped it would improve. Unfortunately it did not, poured all day. Great family gathering for lunch of all Sara's family. Her Dad, Bill; brother Adam, wife Emily and children Rayley, Carson, Lucy and Rory; sister Maggie, children Caelin and Joni, and her mother-in-law Gail. Lovely to see them all again as we had not seen them since Andrew and Sara's ...

More Blue Ridge Parkway.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 18, 2015

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"Hang down your head, Tom Dula.....
Poor boy, you're bound to die".
(North Carolina folk song, Land, 1868)

Left our RV park camp, having survived the constant roar of of the traffic overnight. Stopped at Christiansburg and then back on the Blue Ridge Parkway. More open, cultivated farmland and denser forests. Lined with rhodedendrums, that will be beautiful in a few weeks.

Stopped at a look out, and climbed ...

Two Seasons in One Day

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 01, 2014

10 photos

... Trail heading northbound towards Round Bald. The wind was brutal but we were able to get a bit of shelter hiking through a section of spruce forest, where the trees absorbed most of the wind. We went a little further past the forested area and got a couple pictures of the snowy scenes but the wind gusts were strong and so after a few pictures, we quickly made our way back to the car. From here, we headed back into North Carolina. By ...