Staying for the weekend and the food has been excellent, great quality and presentation both dinner and breakfast.
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For $30 a "New York Strip Steak" should actually be one, and the meat that was served should be thicker than 1/4 inch. Salad greens were yellowed and wilted. We ordered a bottle of Cava and it was placed too far from the table to...More
Everything we ate here was fresh, delicious and beautifully presented. You do not have to venture away from the inn for meals. Three times a day, made to order goodness waits. The prices compare to other restaurants in the area and patking with no hassle.
No kidding, the rolls are served fresh from the oven and are perfect in every way. If you're one of those who usually leaves the bread alone- don't miss these. Well worth the indulgence. Our waitress (Courtney ) made us feel so welcome, very engaging...More
Each night's dinner at Balsam Mountain Inn is an adventure. Chef C. J. Rheum has a variety of nightly specials on the menu in addition to the regularly offered fare. Chef Rheum is not shy about adventuring with flavors and spices to create new dishes...More
We have either stayed at, or eaten at, the Balsam Mountain Inn each trip to Western North Carolina for the past five years. It is a lovely old hotel, and the environment begs you to slow down and enjoy the time without television or traffic....More