Iron Horse Station Inn Hot Springs North Carolina
A landmark inn, restaurant, tavern, and shops the Iron Horse Station Inn and Tavern is located in the heart of Hot Springs, North Carolina, a historic mountain town situated directly on the Appalachian Trail.
Featured in Our State Magazine and in Southern Living. Four different styles of accommodations , each named after the famous Pullman sleeper cars created by George Pullman in 1862. Each room is attractively decorated and exudes its own old-style charm and comforts, as well as offering an abundance of modern convenience, such as air-conditioning and private baths.
Please note that rooms do not contain TVs, radios, telephones, or refrigerators. However, a big screen TV is available in the guest lounge and a complimentary phone is available in the hall. Free WI-FI is available throughout the property. The Restaurant wraps around the Iron Horse Station’s monumental fireplace, and features a friendly dining atmosphere with exceptional regional fare. From delicious southern comfort cuisine to specialized organic dishes, made with fresh and locally grown ingredients,the Iron Horse Restaurant provides a delicious and well-priced menu.
Places to visit while your here Hike the Appalachian Trail Explore the town of Hot Springs and discover its rich history Hike to Lover’s Leap Soak in the natural mineral hot springs at the Hot Springs Spa. Browse around the 50 plus local artisan booths at the ArtiSUN Gallery, located under the Iron Horse Station Inn. Enjoy a cold drink and delectable meal at the Iron Horse Restaurant or the Spring Creek Tavern Ride horses at the Sandy Bottom Trail Rides and visit the Little Pine Gem Mine. Relax with a calming massage at the Hot Springs Spa Enjoy one of the many tours offered by Hot Springs Tour Company. Take a 20 minute ride to Marshall, NC, and wander around their many charming shops. Drive out on the scenic Highway 209 up Spring Creek, NC. Take a picnic to the top of Max Patch. Elevation 4629 ft. Beautiful 360 degree views and gorgeous sunsets! Experience the Navitat zip line canopy tour featured on CNN, called “one of the best in the nation” in USA TODAY! Drive to Paint Creek, Dudley Falls, and enjoy the spectacular Paint Creek Corridor. Visit the town of Asheville, NC, and the incredible Biltmore Estate, just 45 minutes away Raft, kayak, canoe, or tube along the picturesque French Broad River. Fly Fish on one of our many stocked trout streams.
From I-40, coming from the East*
As you approach Asheville , take exit 53B onto I-240 West. Go 5-6 miles on I-240. Take exit 4A onto Highway 19/23 North toward Weaverville. Go 8-10 miles until you see a sign that reads Hot Springs 2nd right. Under the underpass, exit right onto Highway 25/70 going north toward Marshall. Follow Highway 25/70 north about 30 miles to the town of Hot Springs. Disregard all detour signs!!!! Follow the map directions and stay on 25/70 directly to Hot Springs.
From I-26, coming from the South*
I-26 will turn into I-240 as you approach Asheville . Go 4-5 miles on I-240 to the downtown area. Take exit 4A onto Highway 19/23 North toward Weaverville. Go 8-10 miles until you see a sign that reads Hot Springs 2nd right. Under the underpass, exit right onto Highway 25/70 going north toward Marshall . Follow Highway 25/70 north about 30 miles to the town of Hot Springs. Disregard all detour signs!!!! Follow the map directions and stay on 25/70 directly to Hot Springs.
From the Midwest *
Most travelers from this area take I-75 south. A family member, who is now a regular at The Iron Horse Station, has found that exiting at Corbin , Kentucky , and taking Highway 25 East, 116 miles to Newport is a good route. The exit number off of I-75 is 29. Highway 25 East goes through Barberville, Pineville, Middleburg, Tazewell, and a number of small communities. In Tazewell, there is only one place where Highway 25 East turns left. Be sure not to miss the turn.
Once in Town
If you are coming from Asheville , from the east, you will see The Iron Horse Station as you come over the bridge.
Coming in from Highway 209 or Newport, to the west, The Iron Horse Station is on the right side of Bridge Street, just before the railroad tracks.
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