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  • The Mast Farm Inn 7 rooms from $139

    Banner Elk, North Carolina

    Welcoming guests since early 1800s this mountain boutique is something of an institution. The historic elements and southern hospitality create a unique atmosphere, with cozy rooms, modern facilities, flickering fireplaces and stunning views. Creative, award-winning dishes for all guests.

    Local markets  -  Ashe County Cheese is North Carolina’s oldest cheese plant.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
  • Sanderling Resort 120 rooms from $149

    Natural beauty and ocean meet at this luxury resort. Contemporary rooms are comfortable with all the expected luxuries. Rejuvenate in the Spa, plenty of unique treatments on offer. With four restaurants and three pools to tempt you, be sure to make time for some epic star gazing at night.

    Surfing  -  Surf lessons for the whole family, or check out the new craze - Stand Up Paddleboards.
    Kayaking  -  During the day or at sunset, kayak tours on the coastal marshes are a great trip
    Birdwatching  -  The Pine Island Sanctuary is home to more than 170 bird species.
    Sailing  -  Nor'Banks Sailing offers rentals or lessons.
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  • Gideon Ridge Inn 10 rooms from $180

    North Carolina

    A secluded mountain hideaway. Rooms feature open fireplaces, 100% cotton Frette sheeting, feather down pillows and plush bathrobes which leave you feeling pampered. French doors lead out to stone terraces with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The gourmet restaurant is second to none.

    Great walks  -  Short scenic walk includes views of Grandfather Mountain, Table Rock, and Hawksbill.
    Back to Nature  -  Secluded setting with spectacular walks and views.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 12 years welcome.
    Full of character
  • Old Edwards Inn & Spa 84 rooms from $199

    Highlands, North Carolina

    A European-style hotel in the mountains that offers gourmet meals and adventures for all. Luxurious, comfortable rooms in natural tones with soak tubs and fine linens. Chef Chris Huerta is a whizz in the kitchen, whipping up gourmet and innovative dishes. Relax at the spa, play golf or explore.

    Great walks  -  The Wild Food Foraging Adventure is all about learning what you can and can't eat in the wilderness.
    Sights nearby  -  Explore the waterfalls all around.
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Full of character
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  • 21c Museum Hotel Durham 125 rooms from $199

    Durham, North Carolina

    A boutique hotel with an integrated contemporary art museum located in a gorgeous 19th century building with an art-deco feel. Bedrooms have a smart, contemporary look with chic designer furniture. Relax in the swanky hotel bar or explore this lively little neighbourhood.

    Artworks  -  The hotel boasts its own contemporary art museum
    Local markets  -  Durham Farmers Market
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  • Proximity Hotel 147 rooms from $259

    Greensboro (North Carolina)

    Whether it be business or leisure that brings you to Greensboro, be sure to check out this chic and stylish contemporary hotel. Large rooms are cleverly designed with sustainability in mind. Guests have access to a gym & outdoor pool. Print Works Bistro is all about local, freshly made fare.

    Great walks  -  Great paths for jogging and walks in the Greenway.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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  • Omni Grove Park 513 rooms from $350

    Asheville, North Carolina

    Historic and extraordinary landmark hotel in the hills of North Carolina, with fabulous views.

    Conference facilities
    Sit-out Terrace
  • The Swag 14 rooms from $475

    Waynesville, North Carolina

    Smoky Mountain retreat 5,000 feet above the clouds is the true meaning of a romantic hideaway. A private hot tub on your balcony adds to the experience here. Hunger doesn't feature with seasonally-inspired picnics, gourmet dining and al fresco setting. Location and views are spectacular!

    Hideaway  -  Above the clouds, stunning views and a notable absense of TVs.
    Birdwatching  -  Hummingbirds can be seen from the comfort of the porch.
    Great walks  -  Nature Trail is a two mile stroll around the grounds.
    Sights nearby  -  Explore the Biltmore Estate close by.
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