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

All rooms
have private baths,
featuring Jacuzzi-for-two bathtubs
and showers. 


Luxurious linens and fine amenities
are standard fare in all rooms. 


Each also has a private outdoor
venue accessed via French doors
from the room, to enjoy the
cascading creek and the fresh
mountain air - a delightful way
to begin and end your day!


"Perfect if you're looking for a
romantic escape
says Ever Greene Magazine,
and they name
Timberwolf Creek

"The Best B&B in the Mountains"

Ever Greene is published by the
Greensboro Junior League



Your Innkeepers:
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.




The pictures were taken by MWHL (My Wonderful Husband, Larry) and as such, are all Copyright Timberwolf Creek.


Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter


Warm Days, Cool Nights, Dazzling Vistas

Summertime in the Smokies

     Summertime brings all the mountain adventures you expect from this part of North Carolina - whitewater rafting, hiking, horseback riding, tubing, gem mining, craft fairs, bluegrass music, festivals, and county fairs.  And a welcome respite from summer heat! 


     While your days can be spent playing all over these hills, back here at Timberwolf Creek, the temperature has made its lazy climb up toward 80 degrees, but never quite reaching it.  Built as we are under old-growth forest, and into the cool stone of the mountain, we also live alongside nature's air conditioner: that creek!  Spring-fed and a constant 40 degrees, with a soft steady breeze, it is the perfect answer to steamy summer days. 


     And what a marvelous culmination of your fun-filled summer day, to spend a lazy evening watching the sun set behind the hills - wow, it got cool *fast* when the sun disappeared!  Must be time for firelight and marshmallows.  And here in these mountains, I was surprised to learn we live in a rain forest (not a tropical rain forest, but a rain forest nonetheless).  I've had more fun learning about local flora and shade gardening and lilies - we have hundreds of lilies!  Summer means flowers, and every bloom vies for your attention - come and see... 



Summer, nature in all her finery! 

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