Owl Creek Breadworks is a family-owned and operated micro-bakery located in the heart of downtown Meat Camp, North Carolina. And Bruce Paul Ezzell is without a doubt one of the finest artisan bakers in America.
David Finck, a nationally recognized fine woodworker, lives and works in Valle Crucis, a few hundred yards from the Mast Farm Inn. We have teamed up with David to feature a wide number and variety of his woodworking workshops throughout the year.
Dutch Creek Trails, Horseback Riding Adventures in Valle Crucis, Vilas & Boone, North Carolina • Dutch Creek Trails is located 2 minutes by car from The Mast Farm Inn. Enjoy wooded trails, old farm fields, views of the valley surrounded by beautiful blue mountains, and southern hospitality.
The Mast Farm Inn is honored to be one of the sponsors of Song of The Mountains. Song of the Mountains is produced through an unprecedented collaboration between The Lincoln Theatre, UNC-TV, regional bluegrass and old-time musicians, and the generous contributions of loyal supporters.
The Mast Farm Inn and Simplicity at The Mast Farm Inn are honored to be members of High Country Local First. Our members consist of independent, locally-owned businesses, farms and organizations as well as individuals that are committed to the High Country region of North Carolina, its unique identity and quality of life.
Listed on the National Historic Register as one of the best remaining examples of an old country store. This historic landmark, in the heart of North Carolina’s first rural historic district, has featured quality goods and traditional clothing since 1883
Deneen Pottery, the premier producers of custom handmade logo stoneware, is a family-owned and operated business, based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Deneen Pottery was founded in 1972 by Peter and Mary Deneen with the simple goal of providing exceptional, handcrafted, stoneware to clients.
The ultimate adventure destination in the Southeast, this is a region of outstanding national significance. A long list of outdoor options make for a nationally recognized location for outdoor adventure. And then factor in nationally known travel attractions, great restaurants, distinctive shopping.
Lovingly restored by Alison & Steve Garrett, the 1861 Farmhouse is a one-of-a-kind experience! This 150-year-old house has beautiful views of the valley. Sip a glass of wine from a rocking chair on the front porch or in our beautiful wine room, which is actually the two original brick rooms of the house.
Discover the classic pleasures of travel at Greeneville’s Historic General Morgan Inn, the perfect place to spend the night while touring the lush foothills of Northeast Tennessee.