The Jacobs' Family
Dean, Donya, Dahlia & Dawson
The Inn in the Historic Land of Waterfalls
ABOUT THE PINES COUNTRY INN
A little History on the families that have owned the property....Starting out with the Hart family. They turned it into a boarding house in the early 1900's.....the property became a Bed & Breakfast with the name of The Pines Country Inn with the purchase of the second owners, Tom & Mary McEntire back in 1973. The McEntires owned & ran the B&B for 44 years. Our family had the opportunity to live on the Inn property for a year before buying & living at the farmhouse next door to the Inn. All of that time, we were able to have the unique privilege of helping the McEntires with the Inn when needed. Our family purchased the Inn & are now the third owners. We are a Christian, homeschool family of four. We are completely family run with having many family members join us as part of our team here at The Pines. We love serving others & meeting new people. We feel it is an honor to serve others in this wonderful setting of the Western North Carolina mountains. Give us a call & we'd be happy to help plan your visit!
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Escape to what has been named one of Western North Carolina mountains' "Hidden Treasures", The Pines Country Inn. A place where your mind, body, and soul will relax and get refreshed.
The Pines Country Inn is the perfect retreat for avid hikers, bicyclists, waterfall chasers, plant enthusiasts, animal & nature lovers, bird watchers, and entomologists. Here, the wildlife is flourishing, and the grounds provide them with a safe home and place of refuge. Stop by The Pines Country Inn to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience with nature.
It is also a unique venue for weddings, anniversaries, reunions & special occasions of any kind. The Pines is situated up overlooking the beautiful Little River Valley with panoramic mountain views. The Inn is along Track 6 of the Brevard Bicycle track. DuPont State Forest is up the road literally and is the place which holds Bridal Veil Falls, famously known as the background for such movies as Hunger Games, Max and Last of the Mohicans. Holmes State Forest with the Pisgah National Forest, which connects to the Blue Ridge Parkway is just minutes away.