The Blacksmith Shop
|The Granary|Uncle Earl’s Haven|Mam’s Refuge|Maple Spring|Gazebo Cottage|The Woodwork Shop|The Blacksmith Shop|The Loom House|
|Cousin Sarah|Nell’s Room|Miss Allie|Elizabeth Gray Vining|Joe Mast|The Cherry Room|Aunt Leona|
The Blacksmith Shop • The Blacksmith Shop is an authentic historical one-and-a-half-story log structure with a sleeping loft. The extra height gives it a spacious, but cozy feel. The downstairs is one large open area with a queen bed and sitting area. A Vermont Castings stove with gas logs is in a corner of the cottage, open to the sitting area and the bed. The bath with a shower is also downstairs. A large antique platform tub for soaking is on the loft, as well as a twin bed for lounging or housing a third person overnight. Air-conditioned. The cottage is separated from the Woodwork Shop by the breezeway of the dog-trot building. The rock terrace outside your door provides a private outdoor sitting area. Spacious, but with a cozy feel, the Blacksmith Shop is often a retreat for honeymooners. Includes a Complete Country Gourmet Breakfast For Two Each Morning. • Sleeps 1-3 • Reserve Now
The average rate is $199 and Includes A Complete Country Gourmet Breakfast For Two Each Morning. Beyond double occupancy, extra persons in same lodging: $30 per person, per day, for extra breakfasts, food, beverages, amenities & housekeeping.
Rates Range From $149-$259, Rates Vary Depending on The Day of The Week, The Seasons, and The Holiday Schedule.
We provide significant savings incentives, over the peak rate, for mid-week, off-holiday and off-season travel.
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The farm and family prospered through the 19th Century, and Finley and Josephine Mast built the first part of the farmhouse in the 1880s. Around the turn of the century, the Masts began offering meals and rooms to tourists, enlarging the house to accommodate the growing number of guests. By 1915, the inn had 13 bedrooms and one bath. It was called “the Mast Farm” or simply “Aunt Josie’s and Uncle Finley’s.”
“We’ll Be Back • “Not only will we be back, but we’ll be singing the praises of the Mast Farm Inn and the village of Boone to everyone we encounter.”
“Cannot Thank You Enough” • “We have told all our friends and family about all of you and how wonderful our stay was at the Mast Farm Inn. Mark and I are hoping to see you soon when things calm down, we are going to plan a visit again to see you. Please send my regards to your parents and sister. Again, I can never thank you enough for making our stay so wonderful and meeting such wonderful, sweet people, that I hope we can stay in touch with. Hope all is going well for you, Miss you guys!”
“Everyone Loved The Inn” • “I will have to send you pictures from the wedding and from the honeymoon! We went to Maui, and it was great! Thanks again, everyone loved the Inn, and those friends and family that were not a part of the wedding have seen pictures and comment on how beautiful the Inn was! I am so so happy that I got married at The Mast Farm Inn! Yea! Hope all is well there Fondly, PS: Tell your Mother Hi”