Located in one of the oldest established villages in Western North Carolina, stands a landmark work of art—a testament to the architecture and craftsmanship of the 1800's. Today, this elegant lady graciously welcomes guests with arms open wide.
1895-In the days before air conditioning and the interstate, folks traveled from the cost by rail to Saluda to find respite from the oppressive heat and the threat of malaria. At 2,200 feet above sea-level, Saluda lured guests to its Inns and guest houses, with mild winters and comfortable summer temperatures.
Relax and sit awhile on one of three veranda and deck areas. Visit the library and peruse the hundreds of publications—both contemporary and historic—that encompass this magnificent room. In cooler weather, a robust fire welcome all who enter.