It’s a Bed and Barn.
It’s lodging for you and your horse.
The 1860′s farm house with its six original fireplaces and wood paneled rooms, set like a jewel in the midst of a beautiful equestrian facility, combines a celebration of equine excellence – with country luxury and exceptional hospitality to provide warm, elegant, yet friendly accommodations. The cottage provides two bedrooms, bath, living room, and a fully equipped kitchen for those who prefer to manage their own stay while housed separately on the farm.The U.S Weather bureau confirms we live in a special climate and describes our weather: ‘The Tryon area is protected by a series of barriers which tend to hold back the flow of cold air. The weaker of the winter outbreaks are turned aside and prevented from reaching Tryon, and even the strongest are modified in passing over the mountains. Summer afternoons are warm but rapid cooling takes place after sunset, and the sun shines more than half the daylight hours’. What this means is that the area is known for its mild climate due to the ‘Thermal Belt’. Warm air settles and moderates the year-round temperatures, cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. This phenomenon allows for outdoor activities and the enjoyment of events throughout the seasons.