We spent a delightful 2 nights in February. Going in we were a bit apprehensive about staying in a historic property built in 1890- would it be renovated nicely? Quiet or noisy? Decent linens and bathrooms? Good food? A good getaway? In all areas, the answers were positive. Plenty of Appalachian Trail hikers and outdoor types come to Hot Springs in the summer, but in the winter it was nice and quiet. They rarely get snow. We loved our room (although there wasn't a hair dryer) - the bed was heavenly. Food in the tavern was better than average pub food and the nearby B and B was exceptional for dinner (and expensive to prove it!). Desk persons were really teriffic. We would go back! Don't miss a soak in the mineral water hot tubs on the river. Amazing!!! Note: you do have to carry your luggage up stairs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Iron Horse Station is an 1890's hotel, restaurant, and tavern with 31 adjacent artist and craft shops. Listed on the National Register, it is part of the Historic Inns of Hot Springs with sister property Mountain Magnolia Inn. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Iron Horse Station Hotel Hot Springs