So Much More
More than a traditional Bed & Breakfast or Country Inn. The Mast Farm Inn is an award-winning historic country inn, in the Valle Crucis Historical District of Watauga County, North Carolina, which has been welcoming guests since the 1800s. While there have been extensive historically accurate renovations and improvements, the hospitality remains rural mountain traditional, attentive and sincere.
The Mast Farm Inn is in a serene rural valley in a mountain village with a population under five hundred, and is surrounded by mountains, rivers and streams, within minutes from Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountain, Linville, Boone, Grandfather Mountain, and The Blue Ridge Parkway, in the Western North Carolina High Country. The majestic scenic beauty of Valle Crucis continuously mesmerizes residents and draws visitors from throughout the world. A two to six hour drive from most major metropolitan areas in the southeastern United States. The major airports servicing this area, Charlotte, Greensboro and Asheville, NC, are a 2 hour drive. Close yet so far; because while you are in Valle Crucis, you take a step back in time, and forget the existence of anywhere else. As Charles Kuralt said “It truly is a very special place”. On The National Register of Historic Place, The Mast Farm Inn is a Historic Hotels of America boutique hotel, Select Registry Inn, and a member of The Professional Association of Innkeepers International.
The Mast Farm Inn specializes in creative North Carolina Mountain Vacation Travel: specials & packages, weekday, long weekend and weekend getaways, gift certificates and gift packages.
Historic Mountain Farm, with a significant variety of period farm house guest rooms, private weekend getaway cottages, historic rustic cabins, nestled in the peaceful mountains of the Western North Carolina High Country ~ and our award-winning country gourmet farm breakfast every morning.
“So Much More… The Mast Farm Inn of Valle Crucis is nothing short of a handcrafted masterpiece of North Carolina Folk Art”. ~ Emma Johnson