High Hampton Inn & Country Club
Guest Rooms and Suites
The Lodge, constructed completely of local materials in 1932, is located on the site of the original Wade Hampton home. A gathering place for meals, cocktails and afternoon tea during the day, and after-dinner parlor and board games in the evening, the lodge is the social heart of High Hampton. Guests will always find a cozy fire warming the lobby and welcoming guests in the huge stone four-sided fireplace.
Cottages are perfect for families, couples and small groups. Seventeen cottages blend into the quiet landscape around the Inn and lake. Offering 1 to 14 bedrooms, the cottages are very popular with families, many of whom find a favorite that they return to year after year. For honeymooners or couples looking for a romantic getaway, the Honeymoon Cottage sits on the secluded shores of a small lake amidst the towering hemlocks and white pines.
In classic shingle style, poplar and chestnut exteriors reflect the mountain setting and bring to mind the Great Camps of the Adirondacks. Interiors echo the great outdoors with natural wood from the High Hampton estate, applied in a board and batten pattern. Rustic and woodsy, yet elegant, guest rooms feature hand-hewn twig and mountain crafted furnishings and have a private bath. Many cottages offer in-suite or in-room fireplaces and screen porches, and all have stunning mountain and lake views.
Perhaps as well-know for the amenities it has, as for those that it forgoes, the emphasis here is on enjoying the great outdoors and guests will find no televisions or telephones in their rooms. In a nod to the 21st century, wireless internet service is available throughout the public areas and guest rooms, and televisions and telephones are available in the lobby and common areas of the Inn for guests' use.