Sobotta Manor Bed and Breakfast

347 West Pine Street, Mount Airy, North Carolina 27030
Innkeeper(s): Thurman and Robin Hester
  • Introduction

    Sobotta Manor is nestled in the heart of the Yadkin Valley Wine Region and just minutes from many of North Carolinas finest wineries and the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Inn is located in the center of historic downtown Mount Airy and walking distance to restaurants and shops.

    About Sobotta Manor B&B

    This beautiful house was built in 1932 by John Sobotta, a prominent Mount Airy businessman and furniture factory owner. His home has been lovingly restored as an elegant, yet comfortable, bed and breakfast with an eclectic mix of antiques, sumptuous fabrics, fine linens and beautiful gardens.

    The grand foyer and parlor have been richly decorated in an elegant, yet warm and inviting manner. Step through the front entry of this Tudor Revival mansion and see the unique Italian marble fireplace, ten foot tall ceilings, and a magnificent staircase surrounded by hand carved black walnut walls.

    Sink into one of the comfortable down chairs and relax in the red gentlemen's parlor stocked with books and a variety of magazines. A game table awaits you for a challenging game of chess or cards.

    The wide porch overlooks the original terraced gardens, which features a columned pergola. From here you can catch the mountain breezes blowing up from the Blue Ridge Mountains or watch the spectacular sunsets against the Carolina blue sky. There are plenty of chairs available to relax.


    Be Pampered & Enjoy Mount Airy, NC

    Breakfast is a special time of the day. Start your day with a cup of Sobotta Manors specially-blended coffee or large selection of teas, bound to suit any taste. Enjoy the morning paper on our porch while the staff prepares an indulgent breakfast, which includes delights such as French Toast Tropical with pineapple, mandarin orange and hot toasted coconut, lemon-blueberry pancakes and a colorful fresh fruit parfait.

    Breakfast is served in the large, light filled dining room on an impressive antique mahogany dining table, flanked by Chippendale-style chairs.

    If you are unfamiliar with the Mount Airy area, we will be delighted to assist you. The Piedmont area has abundant activities to attract every interest. Whether you are looking for antiques or wanting to fly fish-it is all here.

    Inn Amenities:

    • Downtown Location
    • Close to Business District, Government Offices, and Downtown Attractions
    • Luxury Rooms with Private baths
    • Free High Speed Wireless Internet
    • Business Center including; Fax Service, Copy Service and High Speed Internet Station
    • Full Gourmet Breakfast 9:00AM ( Earlier Upon Request )
    • In-Room Phones with Free Local and Long Distance Calls
    • In-Room Cable TV
    • Concierge Services

    Perfect for Business Travelers!

    Additional Services Include:

    • Early breakfast and late arrival available for business travelers.
    • Complimentary coffee, tea or soda for our business travelers at any time
    • Use of a quiet meeting room during the day by appointment at no charge

    Corporate Meetings, Executive Retreats, Conferences, and Other Special Events for up to 8 People. For our business travelers, we now provide high-speed wireless access from any room!


    Let Us Host Your Wedding or Special Event

    Sobotta Manor is proud to host weddings, bridal luncheons, showers, teas and rehearsal dinners.

  • Breakfast



    After wonderful nights sleep, you will experience the delicacies of a wonderful, warm and charming hot gourmet "menu du jour" breakfast prepared and served by Robin.

    Some of the delectable entrees include French Toast Bananas Foster, Sweet Potato Hash browns and maple glazed  bacon or Robin Special Quiche’s that will melt in your mouth, all served with fresh ground coffee, juice, fruits parfaits’ with only fresh fruits in season, pastries, breakfast meats, coffee cakes, muffins and more!


    You'll feel right at home gathering with other guests in our Formal Dining Room, Breakfast Room or Outdoor Patio.

    Breakfast starts promptly at 9:00 am.

    Please let us know upon your arrival if you have any special dietary needs or food allergies. We will be happy to accommodate your special needs.



    Early risers can enjoy coffee, tea or juice and the morning sunrise among the birds and butterflies’ on the side porch overlooking the formal gardens, or read the newspaper in southern comfort in front of the fireplace listening to tranquil music while snuggled on the oversized down couch.

    Treat yourself to a respite from hotel travel and experience tranquility at Sobotta Manor Bed and Breakfast, Mount Airy North Carolina.


  • Weddings & Anniversaries at Sobotta Manor

    Celebrate Your Special Occasions with Us!

    Our home is also ideal for small and intimate weddings and receptions performed outdoors in our formal English garden or in our elegant home. Secluded from Pine Street, the well landscaped yard and formal gardens provide a beautiful and tranquil park-like setting for your special day. We can accommodate up to 25 people and offer set ups of tables, chairs, linens and tents, we also work with a local florist to obtain beautiful flowers and centerpieces.  And provide the most professional options for catering around using only the best to insure the perfect result.

    There is no residency requirement for a marriage license in North Carolina, both the Bride and Groom may live elsewhere. In addition, there is no requirement for a blood test and there is no waiting period. Obtaining a marriage license in Mount Airy is as easy as a trip to the new Surry County Courthouse and the resister of deeds office. You must 18 years of age or older, have a social security card and drivers license and if married previously a copy of your final decree.

    For more information on obtaining your North Carolina Marriage License visit then click on elected officials and then on register of the deeds. For information by phone call 336-401-8150. Below are some of our unique wedding and elopement packages.

    It is the goal of Sobotta Manor Bed and Breakfast to create an intimate, relaxing and memorable event without the stress and expense of a large ceremony.
    All of our Sobotta Manor Elopement, Wedding and Vow Renewal Packages can be customized to address the individual needs of each couple. To help plan your Special Day, we recommend that you contact the Inn directly at 336-786-2777.


  • Wedding and Anniversary Packages

    Deluxe Elopement Package

    Requires a North Carolina Marriage License

    For two people $995* Early afternoon arrival, After obtaining your marriage license, Late afternoon marriage ceremony in the formal gardens, gazebo or parlor. Official fee included.

    A Champagne Toast is followed by a gourmet candlelight five-course dinner at a local winery. Specialized individual Sobotta Manor wedding cakes for two.

    One night in a Deluxe Guest Room with king size bed. Full candlelight breakfast in the dining room or on the porch
    *does not include appropriate taxes.

    Basic Elopement Package

    Requires a North Carolina Marriage License
    For two people $695*

    Early afternoon arrival. After obtaining your marriage license, Late afternoon ceremony anywhere in or around the formal gardens, in the gazebo or parlor. Includes ceremony fee. Champagne Toast and selection of gourmet hot and cold hors d'oeuvres served on the porch, in the dining room, coffee and tea service with special wedding cake for two.
    *does not include appropriate taxes.

    Elopement packages start at $695 and there are many combinations and amenities that we are able to offer, and because each couple's needs and desires are different, we recommend that you contact Robin to discuss the possibilities.

    Deluxe Small Wedding Package

    Requires a North Carolina Marriage License
    For the Wedding Couple and Up to 25 Additional Guests
    Call for Pricing*

    Late afternoon or early evening customized wedding ceremony anywhere in or around the formal gardens or gazebo or inside in front of a glowing fireplace in the Parlor. Floral Package consisting of a bridal bouquet and boutonniere for the groom made with fresh flowers. Champagne Toast and hot and cold gourmet hors d'oeuvre Reception in the formal dining room or on the porch. Candlelight coffee and tea service with customized wedding cake.
    *does not include appropriate taxes.

    Intimate Renewal of Marriage Vows Package

    For two people $535*

    Renewal of Vows Ceremony anywhere in the formal gardens, gazebo, or inside in the Parlor. Champagne Toast followed by a gourmet 5-course candlelight dinner for two, served at a choice of two area restaurants. One night in a Deluxe Guest Room with king size bed, Full candlelight breakfast in the dinning room or on the porch.
    *does not include appropriate taxes.

  • Sobotta Manor History

    Hosts and Ghosts

    Step back in time to early 1900's Mount Airy, NC and envision yourself as a "well to do family" during this era. Come to visit and stay in the Sobotta family home as our guest. Enjoy the beautiful rare architecture of the building while living inside with authentic, old period pieces from America and Europe, but updated with modern amenities.

    The home was built in 1932 by John Sobotta and stayed in the family until September of 2004 when it was sold to Thurman and Robin Hester. Mr. Sobotta's portrait still hangs in the living room. In recent years, his son, David, and his family strictly used the house as their second home. Many antiques were left in the house by the Sobotta family as they felt the pieces "belonged to the house." A petticoat table, as well as a tapestry chair, and four occasional tables designed specifically for this home were all left with the house.

    Meet The Innkeepers

    Thurman and Robin Hester have spent the last year restoring their Italianate Tudor Revival home to a beautiful Bed and Breakfast. Thurman and Robin former Real Estate Investors and Managers have always worked in service-oriented careers. When they first saw the Sobotta Home, they knew this was the fulfillment of their dream; to own and operate a respite for guests to find peace, serenity and comfort; away from their stressful lives.

    Thurman and Robin have two adult children; a son Charles and daughter and son in law Rebecca and Tomas, who reside in Tampa Florida, and our youngest son an inspiration to live and fulfill our dreams, always a precious memory Christopher our guardian angel.

    And our resident pets and greeters, two spoiled but loving Bichon Frise Clayton and Cher.

    Meet the Sobotta Family

    Mr. John Sobotta was one of Mount Airys most prominent citizens. Johns Sobotta retired as the vice president of National Furniture Company where it is believed that his career was the longest in the American wood working industry.

    A native of Germany, he moved with his family to the United States in 1880. He went to work in a furniture factory at the age of 14. He moved to Mount Airy in January 1904 to work with National Furniture, just three years after it was established.

    Mr. Sobotta was director emeritus of Workman’s Federal Savings and Loan; he was also a great benefactor to the boy scouts, constructing the John Sobotta Scout Hut at the First Presbyterian Church named in his honor. He also played a great role in the establishment of Camp Raven Knob for Boy Scouts. Mr. Sobotta made a large financial contribution to the local library foundation.

    Claire Sobotta - Not much is known about the first Mrs. Sobotta and it is hard to assemble. It has been said that she suffered from severe depression and had mental problems that created the need for round the clock nursing care. This is the nemesis’ that brought the second Mrs. Sobotta, Blanche, among many other nurses over the years to live and work here at the manor.

    Blanche Sobotta (August 22, 1910 to  March 20,  2004) in the words of her son David...

    It’s hard to describe my mother, they broke the mold when they made  her.  She was the matriarch for a large extended family which still  talks with wonder about the magnificent home on Pine Street.  We have  been able to trace the Styers family (mother’s maiden name) to  someone who it is believed fought in the Revolutionary War with the  NJ Militia.

    Blanche was born August 22, 1910 to  Sallie Jane Shore Styers andThomas Walter Styers who was a miller.  She spent her early years on a mill pond and by the age of nine was  cooking biscuits for the other five children because her mother had  died of the flu. Blanche left home at an early age and moved to Mount  Airy, NC when the town had a population of 150 people. She spent most  of her years in Mount Airy at 347 West Pine Street where she became  an accomplished gardener and created the wonderful gardens that can  still be seen each spring.

    For several years Blanche was a beautician on Main Street in Mt. Airy and later  on Styers Street in Lewisville, NC , not far from the original  location where her Grandfather Styers’ ferry crossed the Yadkin Blanche was a renowned cook, famous for her fried chicken,  pound cakes, and the peanut brittle that appeared during the holiday season. After the death of her close Mt. Airy friend, R. J. Berrier, in 2000, she moved to Roanoke to live with her son David and his wife  Glenda.

  • Area Website Links

    North Carolina welcomes you to Mount Airy and Mayberry, NC where you'll experience grace and hospitality. Make sure to visit the Yadkin Valley Wine Trail - The Heart of North Carolina Wine Country

    Take advantage of all that the Yadkin Valley has to offer, from wine tasting and antique shopping, to motorcycle rides and Limousine tours. There's something for everyone in Mount Airy, NC...

    After a day of North Carolina wine tasting or sightseeing adventures, you may wish to unwind in the parlor or take a leisurely stroll through the gardens of the Sobotta Manor. Whatever your needs, our concierge service is eager to assist you. Whether you wish to arrange for wine tasting tours, shopping, dining, motorcycle rides, bicycle or canoeing or transportation we are happy to facilitate the process.

    Mount Airy has recently been featured in the press and we even had the honor of hosting Sonya Crawford and Tom Gusto with ABC news when they stayed here while doing a story on the Yadkin Valley Wines.

    Activities in Mount Airy

    Mount Airy Bowling Lanes
    930 West Lebanon Street
    Mount Airy, NC 27030

    Riverside Park
    Riverside Drive
    Mount Airy, North Carolina 27030
    Phone: 336-786-8313

    Westwood Park
    Nice fitness walk trail, playground, ball field, and picnic areas
    1297 Galax Trail
    Mount Airy, North Carolina 27030
    Phone: 336-786-8313

    Bright Leaf Drive Inn Movie Theatre
    One of only a few drive-ins in the state. It's a pretty neat experience
    Highway 52 North
    Mount Airy, North Carolina 27030
    Phone: 336-786-5494

    Scenic Gifts
    Nice furniture, collectibles, and unique gifts – not a touristy store
    123 Scenic Outlet Lane
    Mount Airy, NC 27030-7017
    Phone: (336) 352-4098

    Fun restaurant on US 52 North just past Mayberry Mall. It has a 60's-70's theme and great salads.
    Christmas tour of homes is offered every year

    Information is always available in the Mount Airy paper closer to the event.

    Farm Fest

    Fun for the whole family. With petting zoos and home made fried apple pies, this is a tradition that should not be missed. If you are a tractor collector or appreciate old restored equipment then join the fun each May in downtown Mount Airy

    Performing Arts

    Andy Griffith Playhouse   [ Website ]

    Host too many plays, concerts' and local music. Includes tickets to Amphitheatre. Phone 800-286-6193 or visit

    Local Music   [ Website ]

    Mount Airy is the home to many concerts and jam sessions. Saturday Morning Jam at the Historic downtown cinema, located at 142 North Main Street, walking distance from Sobotta Manor Bed and Breakfast. Blue Ridge Jamboree and Thursday Night Jams – Each Thursday and the Third Saturday of each month at the Andy Griffith Playhouse, contact the Surry Art Council at Tom Fry’s Pickin on the Creek, call (336)786-5039 for details and dates. See the schedule at

    North Carolina School of the Arts – Stevens Center   [ Website ]

    Musical and theatrical performance
    Mailing Address:
    Stevens Center
    405 West 4th Street
    Winston-Salem, NC 27101
    Administrative staff can be reached at:
    Phone: (336) 723-6320
    FAX: (336) 722-7240

    Blue Ridge Music Center   [ Website ]


    Wally Service Station and Squad Car Tour   [ Website ]

    Offers a fun and nostalgic way to tour Mayberry. See a replica of the old jail, many photo opportunities. This is an innkeeper favorite. I take this tour every chance I get, phone 336-719-0181.

    Bright Leaf Drive In

    One of a handful of drive-in theaters still operational. For movie listings, times and pricing call 336-786-5494

    Blue Ridge Parkway   [ Website ]

    Known as “America's Favorite Drive”. (Only 15 minutes away). Outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the most popular scenic drives" winds its way 469 miles through mountain meadows and past seemingly endless vistas. Split-rail fences, old farmsteads and historic structures. Great for motorcycle rides as well as a popular spot for mountain biking.

    Horne Creek Farm   [ Website ]

    Free admission. Bring your family and reconstruct a day of life on the farm. See all kinds of farm animals, savor the taste of old fashioned variety of apples or just sit and enjoy the scenery. Phone 336-325-2298.

    Historic Rockford Village   [ Website ]

    Placed on the National Registry in 1976, Rockford is becoming a destination for those looking to the past. Visit the Rockford General Store website at

    Stone Mountain State Park   [ Website ]

    Camping, educational events, picnicking, rock climbing, and hiking trails from beginner to expert, horseback riding. Phone 336-957-8185.

    Hanging Rock Outdoor Center   [ Website ]

    Offers half and full day canoe or kayak trips on the Dan river and around the Hanging Rock State Park as well as over night trips around the Dan River, phone 336-593-8283.

    Old Salem

    Visit a Moravian Community and choose from the following museum options, 888-653-7253.

    The Historic Town of Salem
    The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA)
    The Old Salem Toy Museum
    The Old Salem Children's Museum

    Levering Orchard   [ Website ]

    Every June, Levering Orchard welcomes more than 20,000 visitors from the Blue Ridge and beyond. Off-season, Levering Orchard owner-operators Frank Levering and Wanda Urbanska stay busy writing, as the authors of “Simple Living” and “Moving to a Small Town”. To order books: Phone: 276-755-3593

    Yadkin Valley Balloon Adventures   [ Website ]

    For the adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy the scenery and the total solitude. Phone. 336-922-7207

    Korner’s Folly   [ Website ]

    Korner's Folly (413 South Main Street, Kernersville, 336-996-7922; $6 for adults), 15 minutes outside Winston-Salem on the way to the airport, is the 22-room former home of Jule Körner, an artist and architect who painted Bull Durham cigarette ads on buildings throughout the South. It is a dizzying amalgam spread over three stories and seven levels; ceilings range from 5 to 25 feet. There are intricate mosaic tile on the floors, murals, trap doors and pivoting windows. Open for walk-in tours year-round. 10-3 Thursday, Friday & Saturdays. 1-5 Sundays. Call (336) 996-7922 to discuss arrangements, contracts and applicable discounts.

    Levering Orchard   [ Website ]

    163 Levering Lane
    Ararat, VA 24053
    Packhouse Office: 276.755.3593
    Cherry Hotline: 276.755.4837
    Email Us at:

    Pick Strawberries

    Wall Greenhouse and Nursery
    2670 Zephyr Road
    Dobson, NC 27017
    Phone: 336-366-2645
    (Numerous other places offer strawberry picking, but this is the one I usually go to).

    Wineries & Winery Tours

    Yadkin Valley Wines Trail   [ Website ]

    There are currently sixteen operating wineries and vineyards along the Yadkin Valley Wine Trai®, open to the public for winery or vineyard tours, tasting and sales.

    North Carolina State Wineries   [ Website ]

    Today North Carolina is home to more than 50 wineries and now ranks 10th nationally for grape production.

    Winery Tours

    Booked for our guest thru Sobotta Manor Bed and Breakfast 336-786-2777. Cost is $80.00 per person. Six person minimum.

    Panos Old North State Winery and Restaurant   [ Website ]

    38Vines start out as luscious wine grapes on our North Carolina family farms. We are the Old North State Winegrowers Cooperative Association. Phone 336-719-0003.

    Downtown Mount Airy

    Main Oak Emporium   [ Website ]

    Fantastic place to find all kinds o goodies. There is something for everyone in this three story restored building located on Main Street in downtown Mt. Airy. Don't forget to get a great cup of coffee at the good life cafe.

    Scarlet Begonias Boutique   [ Website ]

    A wonderful and eclectic mix of goodies! You will not want to miss the opportunity to see their wonderful clothes, jewelry and specialty items. This is a must visit while in Mt, Airy

    Floyds Barber Shop   [ Website ]

    Floyd’s City Barber Shop and the "Wall of Fame" are a must see in Mount Airy. Owner Russell Hiatt has been cutting hair for more than 50 years, and he boasts "2 chairs-no waiting."

    While you are visiting Mr. Hiatt, he might snap a picture of you sitting in his barber chair. He has a collection of more than 20,000 pictures, which make up his "Wall of Fame." Celebrities, such as Oprah Winfrey and "The Incredible Hulk" Lou Ferrigno, have visited Mr. Hiatt. During a past Mayberry Days, George Lindsey--better know as Goober--showed up for a trim. Their pictures are among the many of thousands of tourists that come through the barbershop each year. Tour buses are welcome. Admission is free, but a hair cut will cost you.

    Snappy Lunch   [ Website ]

    Made famous by the howntown star Andy Griffith and the only spot in Mount Airy that was mentioned by name in one of the early episodes of his long running TV show.Since the 1960’s The Snappy Lunch has been the subject of numerous news articles, television stories and national reviews. Celebrities are regularly seen visiting The Snappy Lunch to have their picture taken with Charles, share in the ambiance of the busy diner and/or just to enjoy a “World Famous Pork Chop Sandwich” of their own.

    Mount Airy Museum of Regional History   [ Website ]

    Best little Museum ever! Thats what our guest say, so be sure you don't miss this rich fascinating experience.

    For many years there has been a fascination with the history and tradition of this back country region at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

    So the development of a museum to collect, preserve, and interpret the natural, historic and artistic heritage of this region was inevitable. Your visit to The Mount Airy Museum of Regional History will be a memorable occasion.


    Tri-State Angler Guide Service   [ Website ]

    Welcome to Tri-State Angler guide service. Our guides specialize in fly fishing float and wade trips for trout and smallmouth bass. We guide on the Watauga, South Holston and New rivers as well as numerous smaller wild trout streams in east Tennessee, western North Carolina and southwest Virginia. We have also added Lake Erie tributary steelhead trips that must be experienced to be believed! Our fly fishing guides are seasoned veterans with many years experience guiding in these waters; we cater to seasoned anglers as well as providing patient, understanding instruction to beginners. Come join us for an unforgettable day on the water.


    Primland Golfing   [ Website ]

    The Highland Course at Primland

    There is a remoteness about Primland, a sense of escape, that is special. Golf courses have been built in every landscape imaginable, but only rarely on mountain peaks. Once I strode over the plateau at Primland, with views which reminded me of the highlands of Scotland, I knew this was the perfect spot for a truly exceptional course.

    The sharp contrasts between valleys and peaks allowed me to achieve invigorating variety throughout all 18 holes. And by stipulating close cutting around greens, using fast surface bent and fescue grasses, and designing bunkers that really are bunkers, I made this course one that will seriously challenge not only low handicap players, but the world’s top professionals as well. With course length from the black tees measuring slightly over 7,000 yards, you either drive well on The Highland Course or you perish!

    Historic Sites

    Mabry Mill   [ Website ]

    One of the most photographed and popular destinations on the Parkway, Mabry Mill is a wonderfully landscaped grist mill. The interpretive trail with other outdoor exhibits is located in Virginia near Rocky Knob at milepost 176. Restaurant on location, phone 276-952-2947

    Additional web links:

    Reynolda House Museum of Art   [ Website ]

    Located in the center of Reynolda's Historic District in Winston-Salem, explore the restored 1917 mansion of Katherine and RJ Reynolds. Audio and guided tour available 336-725-5325.

    Old Salem – Moravian Village   [ Website ]

    Other fun events include the Moravian Candle Tea and caroling at Christmas.
    Guided tours are also available on a daily basis.



    Mount Rogers National Recreation Area - Mtn Biking   [ Website ]

    Central North Carolina Piedmont Road Biking   [ Website ]

    Appalachian Mountains Road Biking   [ Website ]

    Virginia's Southern Appalachians   [ Website ]

    Winston-Salem-Greensboro Region Road Biking   [ Website ]

    The Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia   [ Website ]

    The Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina   [ Website ]

    Parks & Campgrounds

    Pilot Mountain State Park   [ Website ]

    Made famous as “Mount Pilot” on the Andy Griffith show.
    Approach from any direction and see Pilot Mountain rising more than 1,400 feet above the rolling countryside of the upper Piedmont plateau. Dedicated as a National Natural Landmark in 1976, this solitary peak is the centerpiece of Pilot Mountain State Park.

    Hiking & picnics…you can also schedule other activities with a park ranger guide).

    Additional web links:

    Hanging Rock State Park (near King, NC)   [ Website ]

    Not far from the cities of the Triad area, off the four-lane highways there's another North Carolina to be discovered—sheer cliffs and peaks of bare rock, quiet forests and cascading waterfalls, views of the piedmont plateau that stretch for miles, phone 336-593-8480.

    Hiking, swimming, canoeing, boating, picnics, etc.

    Additional web links:

    Tanglewood State Park   [ Website ]

    Guided Trail Rides are given along the Yadkin River for riders 6 years and over. Open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Cost for 45 to 60 minute ride is $16.00. All trail rides are by reservation only. Please call (336) 766-9540 for availability. Concert events, golf, Christmas festival of lights, etc.

    4061 Clemmons Rd
    Clemmons, NC 27012
    (336) 778-6300

    North Carolina Piedmont - Campground   [ Website ]

    Fisher River Park

    Nice mountain bike trail, picnicking, and playground.

    381 County Home Road
    Dobson North Carolina 27017
    Phone: 336-401-8235

    Homeplace Recreational Park

    Large swimming pool open to the public and campground.

    136 Homeplace Park Road
    Ararat, North Carolina
    Local: 336-374-5173


    On the Water

    Appalachian Mountains of NC - Whitewater Paddling   [ Website ]

    Piedmont Region - Whitewater Paddling   [ Website ]

    Piedmont Region Flat-water Paddling & Canoeing   [ Website ]


    Blue Ridge Parkway Region of Virginia Hiking   [ Website ]

    Winston-Salem-Greensboro Area Hiking   [ Website ]

    Mount Rogers National Recreation Area Region - Hiking   [ Website ]

    Blue Ridge Parkway (Cumberland Knob & Stone Mountain)   [ Website ]

    Additional web links:

  • Directions

    From the Winston Salem Area

    Take Hwy 52 north to the Hwy 89 exit and turn right at the bottom of the ramp, travel 1/2 mile inn is on the right just past South Street.

    From the Greensboro Area

    Take I-40 to Hwy 52 north to the Hwy 89 exit and turn right at the bottom of the ramp, travel 1/2 mile inn is on the right just past South Street.

    From the Raleigh/Durham Area

    Take 85 to 40 West to 52 North to Mount Airy, take the Hwy 89 exit and turn a right bottom of the exit ramp, we are 1/2 mile on the right.

    From the Charlotte/Concord Area

    Take I-77 north to exit 100 and turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp and travel east 9.2 miles the inn is on the right just past the light at South Street.

    From Areas North

    Take I-77 south to the Mount Airy exit, turn right onto Hwy 89 approximately 9.2 miles the Inn is on the right.

    Air Travel Options to Mount Airy, North Carolina

    • Airport - 45 minutes by car
    • Int'l Airport - 35 minutes by car

    Distances to Mount Airy, NC

    • Pilot Mountain, NC - 10 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Meadows of Dan, VA - 25 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Willis, VA - 32 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Winston Salem, NC - 33 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Madison, NC - 39 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Floyd, VA - 39 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • High Point, NC - 47 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Christiansburg, VA - 51 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Archdale, NC - 52 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Greensboro, NC - 56 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Rocky Mount, VA - 58 miles from Mount Airy, NC
    • Boone, NC - 59 miles from Mount Airy, NC
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