Over Yonder, The Mast Farm Inn & Executive Chef Andrew Long are honored to be featured on the cover of WNC Magazine’s November & December 2015 edition, and in the featured article on the Appalachian Culinary Revival.
Winter in The High Country • Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, snow tubing, zip lining, snowshoeing, and sledding. If you can do it on snow or ice, you can do it in the North Carolina High Country. NC is home to some of the highest ski areas in the Eastern US, and winter here brings a time to celebrate in stead of hibernate.
Local Gourmet Shops • Gourmet Food Stores are an epicure’s delight. The shops here offer you a wide selection of local, regional, national, and international specialty foods.
Located 45 minutes from the Inn, Ashe County Cheese is North Carolina’s oldest cheese plant. The viewing room is open year round at no charge and you can visit from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Saturday. They also offer other fine cheeses, locally made wines, gifts, and old fashioned snacks and candies
Move into The Historic Loom House for four days and three nights, and head out to explore The Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain, Linville Falls, Julian Price Memorial Park & Price Lake, Moses Cone Memorial Park & Cone Manor, and The Penland School of Crafts. Discover Valle Crucis, Blowing Rock, and Linville, in The Western North Carolina High Country.
We know first-hand that yours is the noblest profession, the sacrifices you make, and your generous dedication. So If you are a teacher, over here we know you deserve a special ”Thanks You” package rate. A great deal which reflects our appreciation for your priceless contribution to so many.
Satur-Yay! • We Like FUN, especially spontaneous fun! Every Saturday throughout the year we propose these very special reduced rate packages via our social media channels on Google+, Twitter, FaceBook & Pinterest.
Move into The Historic Loom House for four days and three nights, and head out to explore four old-time general stores, and The New River. Discover Valle Crucis, Beech Mountain, Todd and Linville, in The Western North Carolina High Country.