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If you’re a motorcycle enthusiast, Blowing Rock is a great place for you and your friends! Riding the Blue Ridge Parkway is an amazing experience in the fall, and when it’s time to hop off the Parkway and the bike, Blowing Rock is awesome! This Harley, parked in front of the Town Tavern, is 2 blocks from the Meadowbrook Inn. Easy riding, easy walking! Notice the tiara on the helmet?
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Fall officially arrived one week ago and the leaves are already beginning to show their beauty! Don't miss out on our great Sun.-Thurs. hotel room deals with rates starting at only $89! Visit our website to find out more about our hotel 's great Downtown Blowing Rock, North Carolina location and amenities. Don't forget to follow the color reports to keep up on the latest progress:
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The trees on Main Street are glowing with color right now! Pumpkins and cornstalks add a cheerful note to decorate the storefronts of our downtown Blowing Rock shops. This 125-year old church’s carillon can be heard several times a week. Such a great place to walk and experience what our great town has to offer!
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Blowing Rock, North Carolina made USA TODAY Travel's 10 Best Can't-Miss Blue Ridge Parkway towns. With our great attractions, downtown shopping and local restaurants, we couldn't agree more!
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Autumn has arrived! Take a trip to the mountains to enjoy our beautiful fall foliage.
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711 Main St Blowing Rock, NC 28605
711 Main StreetUSNorth CarolinaBlowing Rock28605
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Traditional rooms & luxe suites in a mountain hotel with free breakfast, parking & WiFi plus a pool.- Google
"Wonderful service, breakfast and staff !"
"I'm not sure it's worth the money they charge for the weekend rate though."
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Jenna Johnston
a month ago
The room was great, I didn't require a refrigerator or microwave however. I don't believe there was one. Maybe it would have cost more though because the room was cheap and awesome. The breakfast was great. Kids liked the indoor pool, which was very nice.
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Alok Thakar
a month ago
Nice place, and convenient location. Okay for overnight stay. The room was neat, bright, good size for a family of four. The WiFi is flaky. Your devices connect but the internet connectivity comes and goes (mostly goes). The cell signal was too weak to be useful. The bathroom is small and has a low ceiling so even a six foot person will accidentally bump ceiling tiles while washing their hair. In our room one of the bed skirts was torn - it was hanging out on the floor. Sine we were there for a single night they could not get it replaced before we left. I still wonder how they marked the room as ready for occupying with a bed skirt in such shape. The AC was loud and made a low frequency thumping sound through out the night. It wasn't able to lower the temperature from 74 to 72. Breakfast was good with enough standard choices to keep everyone satisfied. The grounds are very well maintained and landscaping looks nice.
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Stacey Matsuoka
3 months ago
This was a good hotel for a one night stay. The staff was friendly. The amenities are nice. The grounds are beautiful. We had a suite. It was clean but in desperate need of updating. The shower had very little water pressure. The tub was a little grimy. The carpets need replacing very badly. The furniture was stained which was worrisome. The pullout sleeper sofa and king bed were not comfortable at all. Overall, it was appropriately priced. We loved that it was so close to downtown. We will wait for updating before we stay there again.
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John Lewis
6 months ago
Wi-fi sketchy. Breakfast was biscuits, gravy, sausage, eggs, waffles, OJ, coffee, cereal- not too shabby but some more variety would be nice. Room had a hint of cigarette smoke in it so I took one star for that. Wi-fi being hit and miss stole another. Beds comfy and room was quiet. Elevator a little iffy Cable TV not so good- many stations had an annoying hum/whine making it impossible to watch. No mini-fridge. Housekeeping friendly and thorough. Pool and hot-tub decent with clean/dry towels at your disposal. Will likely try another hotel when we return-
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Jake Dorsett
2 weeks ago
I I went to the Mradowbrook to see the Noel Friedline quartet play (who were, as always, a great show). The main event hall had a nice ambiance for the show but j had to knock off a star because of the wait staff. Some tables had also gotten dinner, and the wait staff seemed very inattentive, standing directly in front of us who were already somewhat craning our necks in order to see the show. It didn't ruin the experience by any means, but it detracted from it enough (considering it was pitched as a little higher end hotel) that I couldn't give it five stars. They weren't awful but seemed just inexperienced and inattentive. I got a glass of wine at the bar as well, standard slightly expensive hotel prices but not too bad. Again, the show itself was excellent.
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Donnie Solomon
2 months ago
My wife and I booked a room at this facility for a busy weekend. The facility looked nice in the common areas. The staff was friendly. Our disappointment came with the condition of our $214 room. I realize this is a resort community and prices will be higher, but did expect a nice room for the high price. There are rooms available in the area at half the price in a nicer and SAFER facility. Our room did NOT have a mini-refrigerator, (my experience has been that almost every decent place has these now.) The Wi-Fi in our room was very unreliable , it continued to drop out and only read 1 bar on our phones. In other areas of the facility it seemed much better, but unuseable in room #113. The bathroom door did not latch properly and was impossible to lock, unless a strong person lifted up on the door so the misaligned latch would catch. My wife wasn't strong enough to do this. The "air conditioner system" is either limited by temperature or malfunctioning severely. When we arrived around at 4pm the room was 80 degrees and it was 84 outside. We lowered it to 70 degrees and went to an early dinner. When we returned around 7pm the room temperature was down to 74 degrees. My wife lowered the setting to 69 degrees and left it there. Later in the evening it was 73 degrees outside and 74 inside. Finally we requested a box fan to get some air movement, which the staff promptly. Sunday morning early we awoke to find our room had "chilled down" to a temperature of 72 degrees, which matched the outside temperature. I can't imagine what it would have been like if it had been really hot outside. I will skip over the condition and cleanliness of the room what was at best fair. But I can't ignore the exterior window of our ground floor room. The window was a horizontal sliding window. One side appeared to be fixed and the other would slide to open. So how the two sashes were too wide for the frame. It was IMPOSSIBLE to latch/lock the window sashes. The solution which was provided by the hotel was to cut a piece of electrical conduit to drop into the track. Not an ideal solution, but could have been safe I guess if it was long enough to prevent sash from opening. Unfortunately it wasn't, even with the "pipe" dropped in the track you could still open the sash about 2-3 inches. Easily enough to get a hand or pry bar in the frame. Not a safe condition when you are on the ground floor. Bottom line is the room was priced like a 4 star resort and our room turned out to be a 2 star dump. I would highly recommend to search for other Inns before choosing this unsafe place.
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Lori Jennings
2 months ago
Broken windows, broken blinds, bathtub held together with packing tape, rusted shower heads, no wifi, band aids covering peep holes, not a secure building, patio door lock held closed with paper wedge into spacing, coffee packets were open, couldn't find my reservation upon checking in even though I called the day before to have a cheese and fruit tray in the room, cheese was dried out and fruit was not drained so all of the juice saturated other food on tray, no lamps were plugged in, tv remote had dead batteries
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David Shelton
2 weeks ago
Standard hotel, decent indoor pool, gym, and breakfast. Kids had fun. Nice location on the mountain.