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Pine Crest Lodge
Lush trees and flowering beds of roses, pansies and rhododendrons border the Pine Crest Inn's main building. In addition to the lobby, bar, and Traces at Pine Crest restaurant, the Pine Crest Lodge houses four guest rooms and suites on its second level. The Lodge's covered front porch features a spectacular view of the gazebo and gardens, and offers rocking chairs for your leisure enjoyment. Tiny white lights illuminate the massive stone veranda after sunset, and the view overlooking Stone Cottage provides a lovely location for dinner in spring and summer.
One of the four original Pine Crest Inn buildings constructed in 1906, the two-story Oak Cottage today holds six guest rooms and suites. It is surrounded by fragrant camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons and features a first-floor porch with rocking chairs and a second-level deck. A quaint stone path lit by a carriage lamp adds to the charm of this delightful building.
The English Cottage was constructed in 1906 as one of the original four buildings at the Pine Crest Inn. Bordered by attractive camellias and azaleas, it features a lower-level porch with rocking chairs and a rooftop deck with an unobstructed view of the gazebo and central gardens. The English Cottage houses five guest rooms and suites.
Hunt Cottage is one of the original four structures built in 1906. It is surrounded by rhododendrons and hollies, and offers pleasing views of the gazebo from its rocking chair porch and second story deck. The Hunt Cottage contains four guest rooms and suites.
The Gate House,located near the main entrance of the Pine Crest Inn, is home to four guest rooms and suites. It is nestled amongst rambling ivy and features a cozy patio and a large private deck fringed by dogwoods and mimosas.
A charming log cabin bordered by a low flowering border, the Twain Cottage houses one guest room and one suite. The delightful stone patio is illuminated by rustic carriage lanterns and holds a small table and chairs. The Twain Cottage also has a small back yard with a view of the mountains.
The Woodcutter is a Swiss Chalet-style private cottage surrounded by holly trees, ivy and azaleas. A front patio with a charming stone bench offers a lovely view of the gazebo and rose garden.
Tucked between splendid grand magnolias, the Treetop is a delightful white cottage that is just a short walk from the Pine Crest Lodge. The Tree Top is spacious and private; it boasts lofty ceilings, an upper-level loft and is flooded with sunshine from its rooftop skylight.
More than 240 years old, the Swayback Cabin was constructed in Tennessee and transported to its current location some time later. Swayback features a rough-hewn timber exterior and private stone patio graced by rustic carriage lamps. Its wood burning fireplace and cozy interior offer a glimpse into a bygone era, but Swayback offers contemporary comforts including a modern bathroom.
Sheltered by a substantial white oak, Woodland Suite is a private modern structure at the eastern perimeter of the Pine Crest Inn property. A mossy stone path leads to a large wooden deck, which is lushly surrounded by hollies, azaleas and ivy. The Woodland's interior is bright and spacious with soaring angled ceilings.
Stone Cottage is a delightful structure sheltered by a magnificent weeping willow. Climbing English ivy, striking rhododendron bushes, and feathery evergreens soften its irregular stone exterior. Its impressive inner walls and fireplace are constructed entirely of stone. Stone Cottage features an expansive great room and French doors leading out to a large private deck.