Creekside Ambiance - each room
has a private deck by the stream



Motorcycle riders know their favorite
routes by name.  And here in Maggie
Valley, we are at the center of the
universe...  Well, ok, not quite.  But
we ARE located precisely between
two of the best-ever roads for bikers:
Both are incredible day trips, so plan
to spend an extra couple of days so
that you can do it all!

We'll make sure you have directions,
print out a map for you, and
wish you Bon Voyage!



"Your place is breathtaking!
My mother would be proud
and grateful. And what a
breakfast!  Thank goodness,
and thank y'all. Coming here is
truly Wonderful. Thank you for
making my trip so delightful -
Memories to take back to Texas."
--Corpus Christi, TX
  Patty Kosier, Maggie's daughter
 Yes, THAT Maggie!




by the
Inn Traveler Magazine


This particular award
was given to fifteen B&Bs
across America.
Votes were tallied from
actual guests - so it's
truly an honor to receive,
since there are approximately
20,000 in the United States!




Our coffee is
Elida Estate
from Panama.

This award-winner is
roasted and shipped to us
from the Lamastas family.

Then it's brewed here
with our own
mountain spring water.

You won't find a better
cup of coffee



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when we find something special.)


Your Innkeepers:
Larry & Sandee Wright 
Toll-free (888) 525-4218
or Locally (828) 246-2617
Maggie Valley, North Carolina




The two king suites are in the main
building, named The Creek House.
The two queen rooms are in the guest
house, named The Black Bear Cottage in
the Woods.
Click either to see a floor plan.

Or HERE if you'd prefer to rent one of
the houses as a stand-alone vacation rental.




Maggie Valley & More


There's never any shortage of things to do in and around Maggie Valley!

...from relaxing with a good book to challenging the white water rapids,
and there's nearly always some sort of festival nearby...  
We'll always have current information available for you when you visit. 

Here are just a few links to activities in the area.



... Imagine yourself in this picture ...

Looking down into Maggie Valley - Beautiful property in the forest along a mountain stream - this is it!



Maggie Valley Area Shows
The Maggie Valley Opry House
Featuring the world-renowned banjo picker:
"The Legendary Raymond Fairchild"

Preserving the mountain culture and keeping mountain heritage alive through the music of Appalachia - Bluegrass, America's music. 
Open nightly May-October.


Carolina Nights Dinner Theater
"Thrill to music from the Big Band era, Top 40 Country, Gospel, Contemporary, Bluegrass, and more, mixed with the hilarious antics of Gilbert Jones."
  We are pleased to be able to offer you advance tickets, when you make your Timberwolf Creek reservation.


The Stomping Grounds

The "Clogging Capital of the World" features some of the area's best mountain clog teams. Clogging & Square Dancing classes, too!


Live shows, often bluegrass, tickets required.

Diamond K Dance Ranch

Panacea Coffee House Cafe


Maggie Valley Area Golf

Six courses within 20 minutes of Timberwolf Creek! 


Mountain golf is played in the highlands of Haywood County.  Here, lush rolling fairways are surrounded by endless mountain vistas, and spectacular scenery greets you around every dogleg.  It's like no other game you've ever played, in an area unlike any other.  Discover just how great a mountain golf vacation can be.

3 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Maggie Valley Country Club
Rated "One of America's Best" by GOLF WEEK and a "Top 50 Southern Resort Course" by the Southern Living Travel Guide
Beautiful, large bent grass greens are the finest in the area. The fairways are cool weather rye and blue grasses and remain green all year long.
18 hole, par 72 championship course.

7 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Lake Junaluska Golf Course
This 18 hole, par 68 course offers views of the 200 acre lake and the surrounding mountains.

9 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Waynesville Country Club
Scenic mountain golf resort, tree-lined, lush rolling fairways, bent grass greens, streams, ponds and spectacular views. 27 holes, par 70.

10 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Laurel Ridge Golf & Country Club

18 holes, par 72. (Private)

14 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Iron Tree Golf Course & Driving Range
18 holes, par 72.

20 miles from Timberwolf Creek:
Springdale Country Club
One of North Carolina's most scenic courses.  6,812 yards lead you through mountain fairways and scenic valleys. Test your skills on the 429-yard uphill par 4 with a dogleg right and a mountain stream that runs from tee to green. 18 hole, par 72.

In Asheville, a 30 minute ride from Timberwolf Creek:

  • SunSpree Golf Course
    18-hole, par 70 regulation golf course. Scratch golfers and hackers alike find the tight course and winding creeks a real challenge.
  • Biltmore Forest Golf Club
  • Brookwood Golf Club
  • Buncombe Golf Course
  • Country Club Of Asheville
  • Municipal Golf Course

Asheville Sights

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Biltmore Estate

Asheville Art Museum

The North Carolina Arboretum

The Nature Center

Colburn Gem & Mineral Museum

Thomas Wolfe Memorial

Diana Wortham Theater

Zebulon Vance Birthplace


Blue Ridge Parkway

The entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway is less than four miles from your door at Timberwolf Creek! The Parkway actually begins in Cherokee, with Soco Gap (that's us) being the first exit. After a day playing in Cherokee, come home via the Blue Ridge Parkway and be sure to stop for the sunset!

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Bloom schedule

Hiking Trails of the Blue Ridge Parkway

Motorcycling the Blue Ridge Parkway

Parkway Map - Southern End


Cherokee Indian Reservation & Harrah's Casino

Although the reservation is less than five miles away from Timberwolf Creek, the town of Cherokee is approximately ten. Harrah's Casino is there. Allow at least a half an hour to maneuver the winding mountain roads over Soco Gap!

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The Museum of the Cherokee Indian
An outstanding introduction to the culture and heritage of the Cherokee.  And worth seeing more than once.  One amazing fact learned while visiting this museum:

WHOA!  See what I mean?  And of course, there's a special place for the Cherokee in our family, since Nick and his brother, Gary, share their heritage.


"Unto These Hills"  Outdoor Drama
Live Open-Air theater production by the Cherokee.  During June, July and August only.  Do check the schedule!


Oconaluftee Indian Village
An authentic replica of an 18th century Cherokee community. Cherokee guides explain the history, culture and life-style of their ancestors. Watch Cherokee artisans demonstrate their arts and crafts. You'll also enjoy the replica of a 7-sided Council House and typical Cherokee homes as they were 250 years ago.


Harrah's Cherokee Casino


Lowe Fly Shop & Outfitters
Professionally Guided Fishing Trips, Wading Equipment, Tying Supplies

The Great Smoky Mountains Trout School
Located between the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains, along the streams of the Shining Rock Wilderness area in  Haywood County, learn fly tying, how to 'read the water', and enjoy a full day of instruction and fishing on stocked private streams.

Trout Fishing on the Cherokee Reservation
A fishing license for the Park is $20 for the year.  On the Cherokee reservation, you don't need a license, just a $5 daily permit.


Gem Mining

We have local mines which do not "salt" their findings, so that all gems are natural and occur within the mine. Some mines do "salt" and that's great when you've got little ones and you want a sure thing to give them a thrill. The largest star sapphire ever mined was found right here in Haywood County!

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The Old Pressley's Sapphire Mine
The most famous mine in the area.  Flume for sapphires and other gems. The world's largest blue star sapphires were discovered here-- including the Star of Carolina! Open year-round, and an easy drive from Timberwolf Creek.

Gold City Gem Mine

Gem Mountain

Franklin Area Mine Map



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Official North Carolina Web Page

Exploring the Great Smoky Mountain National Park



Your innkeepers at Timberwolf Creek love to hike... well, ok, we're more into strolling... but that doesn't mean that we don't know where the great hiking trails are! Want to wander through the primeval forest along Deep Creek (on a well-maintained path), or do you prefer something more challenging, say, like Boogerman Trail? We'll be happy to give you directions and help you pack a lunch!

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Hiking Trails in the Great Smokies

Blue Ridge Parkway Hiking Trails

Appalachian Trail

Hiking the Southern Appalachians


Horseback Riding

There are a number of stables right here in Haywood County. All cater to beginners as well as experienced riders. We can arrange for you to have an hour-long trip right up into the Great Smokey Mountain National Park, or even a dinner ride.

Cataloochee Ranch
Two hour and all-day rides available for adults and children over six. Experienced wranglers accompany all trips. Ride the Great Smoky Mountains National Park!

Queen's Farm Riding Stables
1 hour and 1 3/4 hour rides that climb up to 1,000 feet.

Utah Mountain Riding Stables
One through four hour rides, May 1 through November 1 and in winter, weather permitting.



Local Artists and Craftsmen

Western North Carolina boasts some truly gifted artists

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Different Drummer
Maggie Valley's own potter, Terry will WOW you with his fabulous work.  That's a little sample of his pottery in the photo.  Want to see more?  His studio is on the main road in Maggie Valley - a little log cabin, across from Eaglenest.  And check it out: he does entire landscapes in clay!

Burr Studio
Dane & MaryEtta Burr have an inspiring gallery in nearby Waynesville.  MaryEtta mans the potter's wheel (although she's not limited to it) and Dane's sculpture will make you smile.  Be sure to take note of the incredible counter: it was hand-fashioned by the two of them.  And if you stop in, be sure to tell Dane, "I'm here for Sandee's mug!"  (That's a standing joke.  He's been promising me the darned thing for three years, now.)

Twigs & Leaves

We have some of the most interesting neighbors...

Popcorn Sutton who is featured prominently in both Mountain Talk and in the CMT (Country Music Television) production Moonshine Madness.

Henry Queen who is also featured in Mountain Talk, is a wonderfully talented musician.  You may hear his music playing here at Timberwolf Creek, and you can check it out yourself at his website.

Raymond Fairchild who plays his banjo nightly at the Maggie Valley Opry House.

Hattie Caldwell Davis is our neighbor across the lane, and author of several books outlining the history of this beautiful place.

And over in Asheville, Grovewood Gallery  carries Todd Barrow's work - he's the fellow who made the beautiful bed in The Woodland room in our Black Bear Cottage in the Woods.  He was also featured on HGTV's Modern Masters series, and he made the bedroom furniture for the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse at Walt Disney World, too!


Area News and Event Schedules

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The Smoky Mountain News

The Enterprise Mountaineer

Adventure in the Smokies Guide

State Library of North Carolina eNCyclopedia


Snow Skiing

The entrance to the Cataloochee Ski Resort is just over a mile from Timberwolf Creek! Of course, then you drive four miles ...UP... to the ski lifts! Take advantage of their midweek rates, and be sure to check out the schedule for the Night Skis. Equipment rentals are available both in Maggie, and at the resort. Have you tried snowboarding yet? We've heard good reports of the private lessons (very reasonable) as well.

Cataloochee Ski Slopes
Lift Tickets range from $25 Weekday to $40 Holiday for full day tickets.  
Half Days, Twilight, and Night Skiing Lift Tickets range from $20 to $40.

Tony's Tube World
Sit back and enjoy the tow to the top, and then get ready for the slide of your life.

Skis & Tees Equipment Rental



Here at Timberwolf Creek we have a collection of guidebooks to waterfalls, with photos of nearby falls, and directions to them. From serious hikes to leisurely drives, there's something for everyone.  We're happy to loan you a guidebook during your stay.

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Waterfall Descriptions, Directions, and Photos

NC National Parks with Waterfalls

Pisgah National Forest Waterfall Map


Whitewater Rafting

The rivers of Western North Carolina offer a variety of raft trips, including the hair-raising Ocoee (experienced rafters only), the French Broad which has enough rapids to give the novice a thrill, and the Nantahala for family trips. Take your river trip via raft, canoe, kayak, or "duck".

Our family started out on the French Broad River and we can recommend this run, especially since it ends at Hot Springs... There's nothing like climbing into a big steaming hot tub right at the edge of the river to ease the muscles you just discovered you had! 

Last year's trip on the Little Pigeon River was a bit more challenging, and a lot of fun!  A great couple of hours on the river, it starts about on the other side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so it becomes a fabulous day-trip.  The drive through the park takes about an hour and a half.  Then you spend the early afternoon on the river, leaving the rest of your day free to picnic, or seek out some great Carolina barbeque, or hike a mountain trail.  We chose to drive across the "top" of North Carolina, and -after a brief sojourn back in those great mineral springs tubs at Hot Springs- made our way back to Timberwolf Creek via Asheville.  National Park, whitewater, hot springs soaking, and shopping.  What more could you ask?

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Nantahala Outdoor Center

Wildwater LTD. Rafting

Rolling Thunder River Company

USA Raft

Headwaters Outfitters

Hot Springs


And So Much More!  Other Area Attractions

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Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
Steam or diesel engines pull these trains along the Nantahala River Gorge, and more.  Offering a special Gourmet Dinner Train ride most Friday and Saturday evenings; also Mystery Theater and Wines of the World dinner trains.  The Raft-n-Rail package includes a train ride along the river and then a raft ride back!

Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum

The Shelton House Museum of North Carolina
Built in 1875 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Shelton House features comprehensive exhibits of 19th Century crafts and furniture, as well as a fine collection of Native American artifacts. Craftsmen who have participated in the North Carolina Village of Yesterday fair have a selection of crafts displayed. The collection includes hand-woven coverlets and quilts, sculpture, porcelain, dulcimers, and masterpieces of pottery work.

The Cradle of Forestry
"A living museum with exhibits detailing the history of managed forestry and local craftspeople demonstrating the skills that early mountaineers used to carve their homesteads out of the forest."

An international folk dancing festival, held annually right here in Maggie Valley.

Ghost Town in the Sky Amusement Park
A mile-high amusement park with an old west theme. One admission fee covers all the shows, rides and amusements including your ride up on the incline railway or the chair lift, and the "Red Devil" roller coaster, if you dare. May - Oct.

Craft fairs (see our Calendar of Events)

Miniature Golf
Choose from several mini-golf courses in the area, including one with a waterfall!
Fantasy Golf and Game Room
Maggie Valley Miniature Golf
Red Barn Miniature Golf

Waynesville Movie Theater and Drive In

Sitting in the swing by the creek
(one of my personal favorites)

...And other interesting places on the 'net...

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  Trip Advisor Reviews of Timberwolf Creek Bed & Breakfast

Larry's Chili Recipe

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