Creekside Ambiance - each room
has a private deck by the stream
"We have enjoyed our week
with the world turned off."
"After 14 years of marriage,
we leave with a feeling of
newfound love and refreshed souls.
What an enchanted place."
"Situated beside a rushing stream,
the location and the charm of the
inn are its key selling points.
The guests cross the creek on a
wooden footbridge to approach
the front door. Not your typical
stereotype of a bed and breakfast."
says The Mountaineer,
our local newspaper
All rooms have private baths,
featuring Jacuzzi-for-two bathtubs
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!
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.
It's a Wintery Wonderland!
Ski the slopes or enjoy a relaxing retreat fireside
Video: Winter comes to Timberwolf
As colder weather overtakes the mountains, the views change from the softness of leaves and ferns to the architectural wonder that is winter time.
Call me crazy, but I love the winter in these hills. You can see the backbone of the mountains. The bare branches of the trees dusted in an early morning frost are starkly beautiful against a winter sky.
I love the way the leaves crunch underfoot with a brittleness unique to winter, and the way your breath hangs in the air for an eternal moment. I love the little icicles that form along the edge of the stream. And nothing can keep me inside during the first snow of the season. Look up: the sky is dancing! And the late season snows - you know, the ones with the great big fat lazy flakes - create such a hush around you, that time stands still and the whole world is yours and yours alone...
First, a disclaimer: it isn't always snowing here, ok? This is actually a very temperate area, and we average about a foot of snow in any given year. But when it snows, you'd better believe we are out there with our cameras, because it is so beautiful!
The Quiet Cloak of Wintertime...
Click on any image for a larger view...