Beech Mountain Resort | Where to Stay Archer’s Mtn. Inn

What: Archers Mountain Inn
Where: Beech Mtn., NC
Cost: Varies by Season
Photos: For photos, visit Field Trips with Sue on Facebook
For information on where to stay, shop and what to do in Beech Mtn., see our series of posts on Beech Mountain, North Carolina

Where to Stay
Archer’s Moutainside Inn is located about half-way up Beech Mtn. It’s the perfect central location, close to both Beech and Sugar ski resorts. The Inn offers rooms and 3, 4 and 5 bedroom vacation home rentals. During the ski season, rooms start at $80 weekday and $110 weekends and homes start at $300 for weekday and $450 for weekends. We stayed in one of the vacation homes. After full days of outside winter fun, it was nice to come home and just hang out by the fire and not worry about going out again. The boys enjoyed the novelty of swimming in the hot tub with snow all around and loved having a night time snowball fight while we cooked (ok heated up) dinner. The cabin itself was very nice and had three floors with the master on the main, two bedrooms downstairs and a loft on the third floor. A great set up to get away from the kids for a bit if you wanted. The bottom and middle floors have gas fireplaces that were a welcome site coming in from a day in the snow. I was amazed at how even the heat was in the house too. Even with the freezing temperatures outside, it was toasty inside on all levels. The only improvement I’d suggest is an upgrade to the linens and towels and a few extra blankets, although the house was warm enough that we didn’t really need the extra blankets. The next time we visit, I might consider getting two of the larger Inn rooms, especially if we’re only there for a night or two. The price is about the same (maybe even a bit cheaper) and you could just walk to Jackalope’s for breakfast – which is included with the Inn rooms – but then we’d lose the hot tub and the space to spread out.

Although we were provided a complimentary room for the purpose of reviewing (as is common in the travel industry), we only recommend places we would stay and products we would use.

2 Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. Family Travel Deals | Field Trips with Sue
  2. Beech Mountain | Field Trips with Sue

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.