Take advantage of our “Winter 2021 Getaway 10% Discount”! To do so, BOOK DIRECT with us by booking online at our website or by giving us a call!
As fall passes and we slip into winter, now is a good time to begin thinking about a winter getaway…the chance to safely escape from the stresses and pressures the world is facing today. Here at Engadine, we have available lodging options that allow guests to enjoy the mountains of Western North Carolina while remaining socially distant.
Our six mountain cabins are individual units, each outfitted to provide you with everything you would need or want for a winter getaway…separate parking, private entrances, fully equipped kitchens, a spacious covered porch or deck, a complete complement of luxury linens and bath amenities and a cozy fireplace or fire stove.
To insure guest safety, Engadine is employing a number of safety protocols including, self check-in and check-out, limiting other staff interaction with guests, temporarily curtailing breakfast service in the Inn (we do, however, offer an optional continental breakfast for an additional cost, delivered to your cabin before check-in), restricting (when possible) reservations to leave a 24-hour waiting period between guests stays and employing enhanced cleaning and sanitation protocols recommended by the CDC and the American Hotel and Lodging Association.
And in case you’re wondering about what to do in the area during the winter, here’s a quick list of a bunch of popular options…
Cozy Spots At Engadine– Find a spot to curl up with a good book or to snuggle under a blanket with someone special
- The fireplace or fire stove in your room or cabin
- Two outdoor fire pits with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains
Waterfalls In Winter– The chilly winter months are a great time to visit the quiet mountain forests to seek out the area’s famous icy waterfalls…
- At Dupont State Forest- High Falls, Triple Falls and Hooker Falls
- Along US 276- Looking Glass Falls and Sliding Rock Falls
- Near Highlands- Dry Falls and Bridal Veil Falls
Winter Hiking– Winter hikes offer spectacular views of mountain vistas… great spots for taking lots of memorable photos where the views are unencumbered by summer’s dense foliage…
- North Carolina Arboretum- 10 miles of trails near downtown Asheville.
- Dupont State forest- 3.5 -mile loop trail to view High, Triple and Hooker falls
- Looking Glass Rock- A 6.5-mile hike with a 1,700-foot change of elevation offering spectacular views from the top
Winter Sports– The cold weather provides incentive for those seeking out ways to work up a sweat…
- Snow skiing and snowboarding at nearby Cataloochee or Wolf Ridge
- Snow tubing at Moonshine Mountain
- Ice climbing offered by Fox Mountain Guides
Shopping– Asheville offers a unique collection of boutiques and bazaars…
- Grove Arcade- Eclectic shops and restaurants in Downtown Asheville
- Asheville Outlets- Over 70 stores located just south of Asheville near the Farmer’s Market and the North Carolina Arboretum
- Biltmore Village- Upscale boutiques and antique stores just outside the entrance to the Biltmore Estate.
Mountain Art– Unique creations from a community of world-renowned Appalachian artists…
- River Arts District- in Downtown Asheville
- Folk Art Center- along the Blue Ridge Parkway
- Sandy Mush Community- near Leicester
As you can see, despite winter’s chill, there is still plenty to do while visiting Engadine in the coming months! We’ll be looking forward to your visit!