Gorgeous Saluda Mountain Home
We had a wedding in the area, and my parents are retired in Tryon. This was the perfect kick off spot to explore the area and visit with family. The house is wonderful and comfortable and we loved sitting on the two porches and visiting until late playing UNO... Our kids adored the house too. Would definitely stay again!
Our family of four enjoyed the quiet seclusion and comfort of this mountain retreat. In the evening, we warmed by the fireplace, played games and read books. During the day we explored nearby Biltmore, the Asheville arts district, Hendersonville and Saluda. We hiked to waterfalls, played tennis, shopped and dined out. The sink area in the spacious upstairs master is a bonus. The remote wooded setting atop the hill is one of a kind, and the home exceeded our expectations.
Our family of six loved every minute at this amazing home in Saluda. It’s so close to town but feels like you are on a secluded mountain, surrounded by forest. The home is very comfortable with everything you could need. The screened porch is fantastic! We spent a week there and did not want to leave! Thanks for a lovely stay!
Kathryn - Atlanta, GA
Minutes from downtown Saluda and in the heart of the western North Carolina mountains is a peaceful retreat offering gorgeous mountain views with all the convenience of home. Whether you are looking to fly fish, tube the Green River, hike, bike, explore or just relax with a good book, this home on 6 secluded acres affords you the opportunity.
You could be in Historic Saluda in minutes for a unique dining and shopping experience, venture out to nearby attractions such as Biltmore House and Gardens, Flat Rock Playhouse, or take a ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway. And for equestrian enthusiasts, a stay here puts you only 15 minutes away from Tryon International Equestrian Center.
Our fully-equipped mountain paradise is ready for you! So take a look around, and if you like what you see you can book your stay today.
Call Helen Demos at 843.795.2508 to reserve today!
See what the Charleston Post & Courier had to say about Saluda Mountain Home in this feature on mountain getaways.
Here's a 2014 article by Jim Parker of the Charleston Post & Courier.