What: Lodging at Beech Mountain
Where: Town of Beech Mountain, NC
Cost: Varies by date and accommodations (see websites)
Each time we go to Beech Mountain, we stay somewhere new. If there is natural snow, all the resorts offer enough room to build snowmen, have a snowball fight and generally play outside. In addition, the places listed here are participating in the Beech Mountain $99 Weekday Special and the $101 Learn to Ski Package.
Archer’s Mountain Inn
Archer’s Mountain Inn has hotel rooms, adjacent to the upscale Jackalope’s View restaurant and The Vault Bar. If you are going without kids, I’d stay here. If you have children, they also offer rental houses. On our first visit we stayed in a large three-bedroom house with a hot tub on the deck. The kids loved throwing snowballs outside and thought it fantastic to be in the hot tub with snow all around them. Of the places we stayed, this one had the least amount of space to play in the snow, but the most living room. For a full review, see our post on Where to Stay at Beech Mountain: Archer’s Mtn. Inn.
On my last visit we stayed at Klonteska condos. This was a modern condo with a gorgeous view of the mountains, located directly across the street from Beech Mountain’s free sledding hill, prime location for playing in the snow.
The Pinnacle Inn Resort
The Pinnacle Inn Resort offers a heated indoor pool and hot tub, perfect for cold winter nights and sore muscles from skiing. A washer and dryer inside the unit is perfect, even if all you do is dry wet clothes. Here is a post I did on a Fall Getaway to Beech Mountain. Scroll down and you’ll see a review of the Pinnacle Inn Resort.
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