Balsam Mountain Inn
Historic Balsam Mountain Inn welcomes mountain travelers with cheerful rooms, long porches and good food. Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, near the Smokies.
The historic Balsam Mountain Inn was opened in 1908 to serve the highest railroad station in the eastern United States. Located a quarter-mile off the Blue Ridge Parkway and 25 minutes south of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the inn welcomes guests with fifty cheery rooms, rocker-filled porches, a warm library and gracious dining. Come read, rest, ramble and romp in our mountains!
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