Road Trip Pit Stops: 4 Unique Hotels in North Carolina
With gorgeous beaches and the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina is a popular destination for a reason. While you road trip here, stay at one of these unique hotels to get the most out of your experience.
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Graylyn International Conference Center, Winston-Salem
The Graylyn International Conference Center is host to many events, including corporate receptions and weddings. First purchased in 1925, the land still retains the beauty and charm of the past. You’ll feel like royalty when you stay in one the 85 rooms, which have butlers available at your beck and call.
Iron Horse Station, Hot Springs
Housing an inn, tavern, restaurant, and shops, the Iron Horse Station will keep you entertained while you’re here. Choose from 15 rooms to have views and close access to the French Broad River and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Fearrington House Inn, Pittsboro
With its first records dating all the way back to the 1770s, Fearrington farm is full of history. The Fearrington House Inn wasn’t constructed until 1986, but the antiques and artwork on display in the guest rooms make it fit in perfectly with the farm.
Buffalo Creek Vacations, Clyde
How often do you get the chance to sleep by bison? At Buffalo Creek Vacations, you can choose from cabins and even cabooses to sleep in while at the bison ranch. On certain days, you can even enjoy breakfast and talk to the head rancher as you stand on the Bison Viewing Deck.
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With so many great options, you’re bound to find the perfect hotel for you and your family in North Carolina. No matter which one you choose, each unique hotel will give you memorable moments on your road trip.
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