Each time we go to Beech Mountain, NC, we stay somewhere new. During the winter months if there is natural snow, all the resorts offer enough room to build snowmen, have a snowball fight and generally play outside. No matter what time of year, most resorts have gorgeous views of the mountains.
In addition to renting homes from VRBO or Airbnb, here are four other options where we have first hand knowledge. Of course there are lots of other places to stay at Beech Mountain, and you can find a complete list here.
Oh and Beech Mountain has lots of pet friendly options too, don’t board Fido, bring him along!
Beech Mountain Parkway | Beech Mountain NC | 828.387.4217
On my last visit we stayed at Klonteska condos. This was a modern condo with a gorgeous view of the mountains, located directly across the street from Beech Mountain’s free sledding hill, prime location for playing in the snow.
The Pinnacle Inn Resort
301 Pinnacle Inn Road | Beech Mountain, NC 28604 | 800-405-7888
The Pinnacle Inn Resort was extensively remodeled in 2017. Condos are now ranked by a system of 5 stars, 4 stars, 3 stars or standard rooms. We like Pinnacle because it has a heated indoor pool and hot tub, perfect for cold winter nights and sore muscles from skiing. A washer and dryer inside the unit is perfect, even if all you do is dry wet clothes.
White Wolf Lodge
3363 Beech Mountain Pkwy | Banner Elk, NC 28604 | 828-387-4200
The White Wolf Lodge has a limited number of chalets (2) with lofts and is right in the heart of town, within walking distance of the free sledding hill. New for the winter of 2017-18, White Wolf Lodge offers two bunk rooms for group lodging. King Wolf Bunk Room sleeps up to 26, and Howling Wolf Room sleeps up to 45.”
Charlie’s Beech Mountain Realty
3455 S Beech Mountain Pkwy | Beech Mountain, NC 28604 | 828-387-4291
A friend of mine who has since purchased a second home in Beech Mountain also highly recommends Charlie’s Beech Mountain Realty.
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