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Granny Burrell Falls
Following a steep, 12-foot slide from Panthertown Creek, the falls flows gently into the massive pool below. If the water’s too high, and you can’t get a good view by wading, head to Macs Gap Trail across the bridge for the perfect photo. If you want to stay the night, Macs Gap is also host to a campsite—but beware of coyotes, as it’s not out of the ordinary to spot one in the area.
Stay Close to the Action, Far from the Crowds at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sylva-Western Carolina Area!... read more
Sapphire National Golf Course
With its scenic mountain views and surrounding lush forests, Sapphire National Golf Course is truly breathtaking. And with available lodging nearby, it serves as an ideal retreat for the avid golfer. The golf professionals provide expert guidance and will have you out on the course in record time.
Hampton Inn and Suites Cashiers-Sapphire Valley hotel is near mountains, scenic trails and unforgettable waterfalls.... read more
Bear Lake Reserve Golf Club
The challenging Bear Lake Golf Club by Nicklaus Design Group has some of the best views in the community, offering a par-29, 1,932-yard course at lofty elevations ranging from 3,400 to 3,700 feet. You’re going to have to work hard to concentrate while teeing off on the 7th hole, since you’ll be looking at a breathtaking 80-mile panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and valley below.
High Hampton, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has inspired residents and guests to connect with nature and each other for decades.... read more
Sequoyah National Golf Club
Measuring 6,600 yards, this Robert Trent Jones II design features immaculately groomed bent grass greens with bluegrass fairways, offering spectacular views of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, while providing unmatched playing conditions year-round.
Frolictown Falls
While not a scene-stealer on its own, this 15-foot waterfall, a nearly vertical drop from Frolictown Creek, makes for a great stop on the Great Wall Trail, or the path leading to Granny Burrell Falls and Wilderness Falls. It’s just one point in the constellation of spectacular Panthertown Valley sights.
Quaint mountain motel located in the heart of Cashiers, NC. Within walking distance to shops and restaurants.... read more
Haywood Smokehouse
Voted #1 BBQ in NC by Yelp and #5 in the USA by Travel+Leisure. Haywood's smoking process is long and tedious, but the time and effort put into their melt-in-your-mouth meats sets them apart from the rest. On Saturdays come for the Baby Back Ribs served with a honey-chipotle sauce, or every other day of the week for the St. Louis-style ribs. Their Southern sides and homemade pies will definitely give you something to write home about. Diners can even take a bottle of one of Haywood's nine uniquely-flavored homemade sauces back with them to savor the flavors of the fall-off-the-bone ribs a little longer. A crowd favorite is the classic sweet ketchup sauce, and for those feeling adventurous, try the strawberry chipotle. Many of Haywood's recipes are greatly influenced by traditional Southern flavors while a few items on the menu allude to Cajun, Tex-Mex and other regional cuisine flavors.
The Library Kitchen + Bar
Farm-to-table upscale dining and cocktails in an iconic historical setting. Open kitchen chef’s bar plus outdoor service. Small plates/seasonal offerings. Reservations recommended.
Foragers Canteen
A fusion of world cuisine featuring sustainably-raised, locally sourced, farm-to-table ingredients offered in a fast casual dining experience for lunch and dinner, with craft beers, wine and cocktails.

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