Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Places to stay in Robbinsville, North Carolina

I looked into places to stay in Robbinsville, North Carolina in preparation for our next drive on the Cherohala Skyway. There is so much to do in this part of the state that I would like to stay longer and do some exploring.

There is a lot of Cherokee history here and outdoor activities. The Junalusaka Museum, hiking and spectacular scenery may make Robbinsville a potential getaway destination. It will be an amazing place to be when the mountaintops become awash in color this fall. The entire Cherohala Skyway will be an incredible fall color drive.

There are more places to stay in Robbinsville than you might think. This small town that's tucked in the mountains has a full range of overnight accommodations. There are bed and breakfast locations such as the Appalachian Inn, Blue Boar Inn and Dragon's Rest.

Hotels and motels include the Microtel in downtown Robbinsville. Snd smaller, locally owned places to stay are packed with charm. These include Off the Deep Inn, Smoky Mountain Mansion and others.

An online list is available from the Graham County tourism tourism. The Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap website lists other hotels and locations. Places to stay in Robbinsville, North Carolina include lodges, campgrounds and just about every other type of accommodation that comes to mind.

The relatively nearby towns of Tellico Plains and Maryville, Tennessee and  also offer a variety of hotels and accommodations.  Another spot that visitors may want to consider could be Bryson City, North Carolina. These are farther away from the skyway but may be an option. It depends on whatever other attractions might call your interest.

When looking at places to stay in the Robbinsville, North Carolina area there are more than meets the eye. 
It's definitely an area that I am looking forward to exploring some more.

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