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We had a lovely time visiting in Highlands recently and that was due in a large part to the friendly and customer service oriented staff at Old Edwards Inn. We were greeted by name everywhere we went on the property. It made our stay very...More
The Old Edwards Inn and Spa has truly made a name for itself since re-opening in the summer of 2004. In the charming mountain town of Highlands - in the westernmost corner of North Carolina, Old Edwards occupies a good section of the main downtown...More
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Response from Amanda S, Marketing Director at Old Edwards Inn and SpaResponded 11 August 2017
Ah... you described one of the favorite experiences at Old Edwards-- staying in a spa suite and just shuffling along to your spa treatments from your guestroom in your robe and slippers. We love hearing from our loyal guests, and it sounds like you have...More
If you really want a great place to relax and enjoy some time away then this Inn offers it all. Once you park your car you can put away your keys because there is a lot to do within a small walk. We stayed in...More
What a fabulous, wonderful, place! I came to Old Edwards inn and Spa amd the Highlands for the first time with a girlfriend for a spa weekend! Every one of the staff were so warm, welcoming and professional! The staff really make a fabulous resort...More
We went to Highlands, NC on a whim with no plan and ended up at Old Edwards Inn. It was an absolute dream, they treated us like we were royalty. The food was phenomenal, we ate dinner at The Log Cabin and had the best...More
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The terrain is hilly, and there are lots of steps. The other consideration might be the altitude. I know it bothered my mom several years ago when we visited OEI together (she's in her 70s). Perhaps give the desk a call and... More
The terrain is hilly, and there are lots of steps. The other consideration might be the altitude. I know it bothered my mom several years ago when we visited OEI together (she's in her 70s). Perhaps give the desk a call and discuss the situation and they will work with you to provide the best access/accommodation. There are also elevators per ADA requirements in most of the locations.
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"We stayed in the historic part of the hotel. Next time we will stay and the Falls Cottages which have more..."