The Nu Wray Country House & Gardens is a very cool house rental for you and your friends. Perfect for family-reunions, get-togethers or wedding, plenty of great memories await you for your Western NC adventures. From the moment you enter this landmark home, history surrounds you from 2 to 30 of your friends and family.
Established as an Inn in 1833, The Nu Wray Country House has provided Southern hospitality in its comfortable rooms for generations of travelers, including; Mark Twain, Thomas Wolfe, Elvis Presley, and Christopher Reeves. During the warmer months relax on the front porch rocking chairs sippin ice cold sweet tea or enjoy our gardens for your special occasions. During the Fall / Winter months enjoy the roaring fire in the downstairs living room.
Conveniently located on the main square within walking distance to restaurants, shops and activities. During your stay, enjoy nearby fishing, hiking, horseback riding, tubing and swimming in the famous Toe and Cane Rivers.
Recently, my family and I were in town for a nearby wedding and we stayed at the NuWray. We loved our rooms - fabulously comfortable beds, beautiful antiques, spacious baths - and were so welcomed by the owners. I last visited in the mid-1960s and it was wonderful to have this return visit confirm that the NuWray is one of the best in the country. Don't miss it!
* Mountain Biking
* Fitness Center/Gym
* Live Theatre
* Cross Country Skiing
* Wildlife Viewing
* Rock Climbing
* Cinemas/Movie Theaters
* Horseback Riding
Close to Mount Mitchell and Penland School of Crafts and the famous Parkway Playhouse is a mile from our front door. For a scenic drive, take the Blue Ridge Parkway to Asheville for a day at The Biltmore House. Fishing, tubing and rafting all close by.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.