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We’ve been awarded a 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers Choice Award

We are so excited to have again received a Tripadvisor’s Travelers Choice award. This award is based on reviews and ratings from travelers and is only awarded to the top 10% of Inns in the world. Thanks to all of our guests who have stayed with us and taken the time to leave reviews, we

Find your ‘perfect’ Christmas Tree

One of our favorite family memories is going out to find and cut that perfect Christmas tree. Some years it’s warm, others it’s been snowing or wet, but it’s always fun to finally find just that right tree. Luckily, we have Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees in the northern part of Madison County that has an

Marshall Handmade Market

Marshall Handmade Market is here Nov 17th & 18th

Join us for our tenth annual Handmade Market! The Marshall Handmade Market will be held the weekend before Thanksgiving at Marshall High Studios in Marshall, NC, from 10am to 5pm. The studios are housed in a 1920’s two story brick high school, which is nestled on a little island in the French Broad River. On show day

Great music coming to the 23rd annual Bluff Mountain Festival, June 9th

Join us for one of the best old-time and bluegrass festivals in the Southeast. Day-long music, arts and crafts booths, silent auction and more, nestled deep in the mountains in Hot Springs. Saturday, June 9th 10 am – 6 pm in Hot Springs, NC just 20 minutes from the Marshall House Inn. Come join us

It’s time for the 11th annual Mermaid Parade in Marshall

It’s that time again!! The 11th Annual Mermaid Parade and Festival takes place all over Downtown Marshall on June 2nd! Splash Island for the kids and kids at heart with an 18′ water slide, bounce house and inflated slip and slide, Food fundraisers with the Local Boy Scout Troop 521 and the Presbyterian Church! Pirate

Pick your own fresh cut Christmas Tree and stay at the Marshall House

A nip is finally in the air signalling Christmas is not far off. What’s more fun that choosing your own fresh Fraser fir Christmas tree grown right here in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Spend a night or two at the Marshall House Inn and visit our friends at Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees to