The Windover Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Reconnections begin with a stay at our bed and breakfast in Waynesville, North Carolina. The Windover Inn Bed & Breakfast, one of the most welcoming Blue Ridge Parkway bed and breakfast inns in Waynesville, NC is located just 7 miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway Exit at Balsam Gap MP443.1 in Western North Carolina. Within walking distance of downtown shopping and Waynesville, NC attractions, and a short drive to Asheville and the Biltmore Estate, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and Maggie Valley, our Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast allows you to connect to all of the western North Carolina attractions that abound in our area and more, while providing you with a warm and cozy sanctuary to return to at the end of the day. Built in 1910, our late Victorian home with its original tiger oak woodwork and heart maple hardwood floors provides an atmosphere of comfort from the moment you enter our front door.
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Whether you are reconnecting with yourself, family and friends, art and culture, or nature, why not take advantage of our celebration seasonal discounts, or share the experience by giving a Gift Certificate to someone you care about so they can enjoy areas like Waynesville, Maggie Valley, Asheville and the Biltmore Estate, or explore the Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway finding all of the essential elements of well being while staying at our Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast! Our goal is to help our guests find true relaxation through the modern comforts of our historic Waynesville, NC Smoky Mountain Lodging and a renewed spirit by taking in the culture, history and scenery of our area. (There's even stress free parking with our roomy off street parking area with a motorcycle friendly paved area that can accommodate those coming for North Carolina's great scenic byways!)
So come listen to the sounds of our North Carolina Mountains as you relax on our veranda on our beautiful wraparound porch, or find romance while enjoying our tucked away hammock or gazebo swing in our gardens. Why not discuss things to do in and around Waynesville and Haywood County like discovering art and culture in our galleries and museum, or discovering nature through the waterfalls and vistas offered by the hiking trails of the Blue Ridge Parkway and Smoky Mountains, while you sit back and enjoy the mountain views at our fire pit or feel the warmth of a crackling fire on a cool, crisp mountain night. Then come inside for a game of cards or some lively conversation with other guests in the comfort of our warm and inviting living room or play a game of scrabble before leaving for dinner at one of our fine local restaurants.
At the end of the day, as you climb our staircase to retire to one of our romantic bed and breakfast rooms or suites, meticulously renovated in 2004 by the previous owners, you'll find yourself going back in time as you feel the history in the massive banister and craftsmanship of the beautiful oak wainscoting. Just imagine how your room was once enjoyed by wealthy travelers escaping the summer heat to spend the entire summer with the Colonel and Mrs. Howell, the original owners of The Windover, to enjoy the cool mountain breezes when our bed and breakfast was a Waynesville, NC Tourist House in the early 1900's! Renovated to offer casual elegance and modern comforts like air conditioning and complete privacy, you'll enjoy rooms with private baths, whirlpool tubs, pillow top mattresses and fine linens, sitting areas, ceiling fans, irons and ironing boards, CD alarm clocks and cable television at our Waynesville, North Carolina bed and breakfast.
In the morning you'll awake to the aroma of our delicious, organic coffee, roasted only blocks away from our Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast, ground fresh for you each day and available at 7 AM on our first, second and third floor, so no one has to go too far for that first cup of coffee. Whether you join other guests in the dining room at 9 AM, or sleep in and have our delicious, satisfying home cooked breakfast in your suite at 9:30, you'll enjoy a delicious fruit starter, homemade baked goods and entrees like French Toast or Waffles, Eggs Benedict, Strata or Quiche.
We want you to feel pampered! As you enter our front door you'll smell the freshly baked chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies made daily for you and our other guests. On Friday and Saturday evenings, enjoy a light snack of chips and salsa or freshly baked bread and cheese as you're relaxing before going out to dinner or snack on Glenn's homemade cheese crackers available all of the time.
In all of our guest room baths you'll find unscented Oatmeal Soap and Tea Olive Conditioning Shampoo made of the finest natural ingredients. To soothe your soul, in our guest rooms with whirlpool tubs you'll find a complimentary pillow packet of Soak Aromatherapy.
So, whether we're baking you cookies for the afternoon, offering you chips and salsa on the weekend, making reservations for your dinner at one of our great downtown Waynesville restaurants, confirming an afternoon massage or spa treatment downtown or in Asheville, or providing our Turn Down Service, we feel itâ€™s the "special touches" that make our guests feel relaxed and rejuvenated after their stay at The Windover Inn. We'll try our best to make our bed and breakfast in Waynesville, NC one of your favorite North Carolina vacation spots, with service at a value that's hard to find elsewhere!
Come feel the history, reconnect, or just rejuvenate your spirit, and see why we chose The Windover Inn Bed & Breakfast as our destination when we were looking for Blue Ridge Parkway lodging in Waynesville, NC. You won't be disappointed!
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that can mean different things to different people, but at our North Carolina country inn we give you options! At The Windover Inn in Waynesville, NC, we realize that your plans or appetite may not allow you to wait for a sit down breakfast at 9 AM, or if you’re here for a North Carolina mountains romantic getaway, you may want to have breakfast in your room.
At our Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast we offer a traditional, homemade, hot breakfast served at 9 AM in our dining room, with delicious daily entrees like eggs benedict, quiche, waffles or French toast with real New England maple syrup , egg soufflés and frittatas, just to name a few! These entrees are made with fresh herbs and vegetables (in season) from our garden complimented by our fruit dish of the day and side dishes like home fries, hash browns or grits, sausage, ham or bacon, and our yummy muffins or scones! Guests renting our suites or our Atlantic Room can have this same breakfast served to their suite at 9:30 AM if they prefer.
So, what happens if you have specific dietary restrictions or are heading out for some early Blue Ridge Parkway or Smoky Mountains hiking, a train ride and white water rafting, an early round of Western North Carolina golf or just getting on the road early to enjoy the things to do in and around Waynesville, NC? When making your reservation, be sure to let us know any dietary restrictions or allergies you may have, so we can prepare a breakfast that works for you. For those getting on the road early, from 7 AM to 8:00 AM we can offer you an early breakfast option, so you can get where you need to be on time.
Wake up to freshly ground organic regular and decaf coffee (roasted right here in Waynesville at Smoky Mountain Roasters!) on our 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor at 7 AM, with teas from and hot chocolate available on our 1st and 2nd floor buffets, so you can have that first cup of coffee, hot chocolate or one of our specialty teas (from Olde Brick House on Main Street in downtown Waynesville!) while you’re getting ready for your day, sitting on our beautiful front porch or strolling our gardens waking up slowly to the sounds of nature. It’s your choice at these luxury accommodations in North Carolina . . . come enjoy it with us!
Whether you're planning a wedding, reunion, special event or regional business meeting... overnight, or just for the day... let The Windover be your group's destination with 8 guest rooms with luxurious accommodations and a delicious breakfast, beautiful wrap around porch and gardens, and personalized services to help you pull it all together! Contact us today for pricing and details.
While on your North Carolina mountain getaway, reconnect with nature, yourself, or each other while stimulating all of your senses in our gardens nestled in the quaint town of Waynesville, NC, between the Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway. You’ll quickly see why the Windover Inn is an ideal lodging option.
Our paths will lead you from our beautiful, wraparound porch lush with its own greenery, to our Secret Garden, where you can take some quiet time on your next Smoky Mountains romantic getaway to rejuvenate your spirit or meditate in the shade of this tucked away quiet sanctuary, while relaxing in our 2 person hammock under the trees.
Continuing on the path, you will reach our Gazebo surrounded by colorful flowers and native North Carolina mountains plants and shrubs. Fitted with a two person porch swing, you can lift your spirits as you swing to the songs of our colorful resident birds.
Wander a little further, and you will find a warm and inviting terrace with views of the glorious mountains, comfortable Adirondack chairs and a fire pit for our cool mountain evenings. Sit a spell and admire our North Carolina mountains' majestic beauty from afar as you plan your things to do in and around Waynesville, NC, your day of hiking and adventure in the Blue Ridge Parkway, or the Great Smoky Mountains National Park area.
As you complete your journey, you can continue your walk to our quaint downtown area, not even 1 mile from us, and further delight your senses with the creative treasures in Waynesville's local art galleries, the delicious cuisine of our local restaurants, or the melodies of local musicians.
The path you take can lead you to us as a Blue Ridge Parkway or Smoky Mountain lodging destination, your next North Carolina romantic getaway, or as a pathway to culture or adventure. It's all up to you!
Reunions and Retreats
Are you scheduling that next family reunion in North Carolina or get-together with friends? Planning a retreat to rejuvenate your spirit? Why not do it in the comfort of our Inn?
With eight elegant and comfortable guest rooms, a living room and dining room that envelop you with their warmth and charm, and outdoor living spaces that allow for the entire group to share time together or have some time apart, The Windover Inn can make your next Reunion or Retreat in Waynesville, NC a success! And when you book 3 or more rooms, you'll get 10% off each room price!* (Book less than 3 rooms and stay 3 days or more and you can take advantage of our Heritage Suite Discount or Nature Lover's Room Discount.)
You could stay at an Asheville hotel or motel, but then you won't wake up on one of our comfy, pillow-top mattresses to the smells of our freshly brewed coffee, homemade muffins and scones, sizzling bacon and yummy home fries. And . . . what about those times you just want to sit around and reminisce about days gone by, or share a secret or two? A hotel lobby just won't work.
Not sure the entire family would enjoy it here? With downtown Waynesville within walking distance of our inn, Asheville and the Biltmore Estate just a 30 minute drive away, and the beauty of the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains surrounding us, it would be hard not to enjoy yourself, no matter how old you are! The Western North Carolina area has culture and history, outdoor adventure, shops galore and a variety of restaurants to keep everyone happy.
So contact those friends you want to reconnect with, those family members that you just don't see often enough, or your group that's lost its energy and motivation - and set a date to reconnect and revitalize your relationships or mission at the Windover Inn in Waynesville, NC. We're open all year, so contact us today for the details to make it happen!
*Not available from January through March during 20% discount pricing or in October and some holiday weekends. Dates are always subject to availability.
Waynesville, North Carolina Attractions
Below you will find an extensive list of year-round Waynesville, North Carolina vacation attractions.Take the time to enjoy all that western North Carolina has to offer!
Downtown Waynesville Attractions
Whether you are interested in casual fare or fine dining, you won't be disappointed with our small town's restaurants ! Our guests consistently comment on how amazed they are with the number of restaurants we have for a small town, and better yet, how delicious the food is everywhere! With more than a dozen to choose from, including great Thai and Sushi restaurants, there's something for everyone!
Want to make a reservation ahead of time? Waynesville's restaurants that take reservations include Anthony Wayne's, Bourbon Barrel Beef & Ale , Chef's Table , Cork and Cleaver , Frog's Leap Public House , Old Stone Inn , and Sweet Onion.
ART AFTER DARK
On the 1st Friday of each month from May thru November, 14 Art Galleries and Studios remain open late with demonstrations, receptions, music and more in downtown Waynesville and the Historic Frog Level area. Starting in 2012, the galleries will extend the opportunity for you to view their demonstrations with the new Saturday Stroll on Saturday afternoons following Art After Dark!
MELANGE OF THE MOUNTAINS
Come experience a "taste" of our Western North Carolina Mountains through the culinary talents of local chefs in competition. Held in April, this gala event is sponsored by our Haywood County Chamber of Commerce. Click here to purchase and for more information.
A Western North Carolina Annual Benefit Event held in April, Quick Draw brings professional artists to Waynesville to create original art pieces in a timed 60-minute quick draw! The evening begins with a cash bar, and then at 6:15 the clock starts ticking and the creativity flows! At 7:15 you'll enjoy Hors d'oeuvres and a preview of the spectacular works of art before the auction of the pieces begins at 8:15. Tickets can be purchased online at www.wncquickdraw.com , or we'd be happy to pick them up for you at a local gallery. Come enjoy this inspiring evening, a fundraiser supporting art in our schools!
Over Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekend, downtown Waynesville comes alive with food vendors and dancing in the street on Main Street to live bands playing music sure to please every generation! Set the date for the next one - September 1, 2012!
APPALACHIAN LIFESTYLE CELEBRATION
Protecting, preserving, and developing the Appalachian historical and cultural resources of Waynesville, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Smoky Mountains, this heritage event on June 9, 2012 offers music and dance, storytelling, arts and crafts and traditional foods! Come stay at our Waynesville bed and breakfast while you discover the richness of Appalachian culture, then explore the glorious mountains themselves on the Blue Ridge Parkway or in the Smoky Mountains and feel connected to the beauty that inspired that history and culture!
STARS & STRIPES CELEBRATION
On July 4th, sidewalk sales, live entertainment, refreshments and fun for all ages throughout downtown Waynesville help us celebrate this patriotic holiday!
MOUNTAIN STREET DANCES
Live music, demonstrations of clogging and square dancing, and instruction by local clogging teams; provide the experience of a true mountain hoedown! This takes place on specific Friday evenings in June, July and August. Join the fun and clog along on June 22, July 6 and 20, and August 3, 2012!
Waynesville’s opportunity to visit downtown artists as they work, as well as, other local and regional artists featured in our downtown area on sidewalks and in parks. First weekend in October.
Enjoy award winning performances in the H.A.R.T. Theatre's Mainstage from April through November.
Folkmoot has a 23-year history of performers demonstrating cultural heritage through colorful, authentic and original reproduction costumes, lively dance and beautiful music. Over the 23 years, more than 200 folk groups from more than 100 countries have shared their heritage and culture at Folkmoot USA, North Carolina’s International Festival held each July. This year's event runs from July 18 to the 29th. With beginning and ending events right here in downtown Waynesville, other performances right here in our county in Maggie Valley, Clyde and Lake Junaluska and others just 30 minutes away in Asheville and Cullowhee, NC our bed and breakfast is the perfect spot to stay while enjoying this International Festival!
BLUE RIDGE BREAKAWAY
Haywood County Chamber of Commerce offers cyclists a new challenge with its Blue Ridge Breakaway. Beginning at Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center and winding through the Blue Ridge Parkway and county roads, this event doesn't disappoint. Choose one of four scenic routes based on your skill level and see the beauty of our Western North Carolina mountains!
CHURCH STREET ART & CRAFT SHOW
This one-day event is known as the finest art and craft show in the region! Downtown Waynesville becomes an art and craft marketplace from 10 AM to 5 PM, along with food stands, live music and clogging, providing fun for everyone! Come find that special treasure at this year's show on Saturday, October 13, 2012.
APPLE HARVEST FESTIVAL
Celebrate the apple harvest with us! Waynesville’s Main Street comes alive with live mountain music, dancing, crafts and demonstrations, and of course apples! Enjoy fresh cider, fried pies and various other apple dishes as you enjoy Waynesville’s hospitality. October 20, 2012.
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
Get in the holiday spirit as you soak in the sights, scents and sounds of the holiday in our shops and galleries, as they display their decorations to kickoff the beginning of Waynesville’s holiday season festivities on Sunday, November 18, 2012. Better yet, make it a holiday tradition, and cut your own Christmas Tree to take home at Boyd's Christmas Tree Farm !
A NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
A holiday tradition in Waynesville, our town becomes the scene of a fairy tale with luminaries lining Main Street, caroling, live music, a live Nativity, pictures with Santa, old-fashioned wagon rides, storytelling, poetry and more! December 8, 2012.
MAST GENERAL STORE
Charles Kuralt once said, “All General Stores are satisfying to visit, but one of them, the Mast Store , is a destination.” With over 500 old-fashioned candy favorites, traditional clothing, travel and trail outfitters, rugged and casual footwear, and old-fashioned mercantile like timeless toys, pottery, furniture, traditional house wares, jams, jellies and maple syrup, you’ll have to visit this store several times to see everything!
This is one of our guests' favorite Waynesville stores! We're not sure whether it's the seasonal sales of quality clothing, the expertise of the Outfitters Section employees, the bins full of candy bringing back childhood memories, or just the old fashioned squeaky floors and the smell of freshly popped popcorn that makes us all love it - but we do!
ELK VIEWING www.nps.gov/grsm/naturescience/elk.htm
Just 25 miles from us in Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park you'll find history and adventure, whether you're hiking the trails, or taking an auto tour of the cove and historic structures with the parks self-guiding booklet. Feel the history as you walk through the schoolhouse or chapel where ancestors of the original settlers still have an annual reunion! See elk, deer, bear, wild turkey and other wildlife along the trails and in Cataloochee's meadows. Early morning and late evening are the best times to view elk throughout the year. Summer is best for seeing calves, September and October are best months to see males sparring and to hear the male's legendary bugling calls to attract cows. Don't want to go it alone?
Cataloochee Valley Tours provides transportation and guided eco-tours to the valley, including morning birding and wildflower hikes, synchronous firefly night walks and evening elk eco-tours! Click here to find out more http://www.cataloocheevalleytours.com/index.htm.
BILTMORE ESTATE www.biltmore.com
George Vanderbilt’s 250-room chateau in the Blue Ridge Mountains is located in Asheville, NC, 30 minutes from Waynesville. For more than a century, America’s largest home has been an escape from everyday life for those visiting. Treasures abound in this carefully preserved home with every detail allowing the visitor to enter the family life of the Vanderbilts. Surrounded by 250 acres of beautiful gardens and grounds, this castle’s gardens accent the mountains’ natural beauty throughout the year with breathtaking spring blooms during the Biltmore's Festival of Flowers April 2 to May 15, lush summer borders and glorious autumn color. Our Asheville AAA Office has general admission tickets for $47/each which can be used any time EXCEPT the evening candle light holiday tours (they are valid for day tours during this same time period). Just let us know if you'd like more information.
NOTE: During the winter slow season, Asheville's Biltmore Estate offers discounted prices that are typically less than the AAA tickets we get for you. Please check their website for your best price and requirements (for ex. purchasing tickets 10 days in advance of your visit). It could mean a $10/ticket savings for you!
FOLK ART CENTER www.craftguild.org
At Milepost 382 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Asheville, NC you can see exhibits of traditional and contemporary crafts of the Appalachian region at The Folk Art Center. With free admission, daily craft demonstrations from March through December, and one of the nation's top craft retail store, it's worth the trip!
THE NORTH CAROLINA ARBORETUM www.ncarboretum.org
Reflecting the cultural and natural heritage of the Southern Appalachians, these gardens and landscape exhibits in Asheville provide an educational, as well as, beautiful, relaxing environment for all ages. Time can be spent learning at the exhibit center, walking through the gardens, or hiking the miles of trails available on this beautiful natural garden setting for just $8!
THOMAS WOLFE MEMORIAL www.wolfememorial.com
The Asheville Home of America's Powerful Twentieth-Century Writer. Come visit this historic site immortalized inWolfe's "Look Homeward, Angel". Read the book, then visit one of literature's most famous landmarks and feel it come alive as you recognize the rooms and imagine the characters described by Wolfe. Admission $1!
Our spirited and eclectic town has everything, but a big city atmosphere. But don’t worry, whether you take the scenic route along the Blue Ridge Parkway, or the 30 minute drive on the expressway from Waynesville, you can have both! While you are enjoying the advantages of our quaint, small town atmosphere, why not visit the city of Asheville for some of its attractions? Asheville offers art, music and culture similar to Waynesville, but with a bigger city feel.
Come share our mountain folk music with us on August 31-September 1, 2012 with two full evenings of authentic mountain folk music at beautiful Lake Junaluska, just 10 minutes away.
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILROAD www.gsmr.com
We’re less than a 45 minutes away from the Bryson City Depot for the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad. Take a relaxing ride through the mountains to see the splendor of each season, or be adventurous and take the train to the beginning of a white water adventure! Even if you don't want to ride the train, the Smoky Mountain Trains' museum in Bryson City includes a model railroad half the size of a basketball court and over 7,000 Lionel engines, cars and accessories. The vast collection dates back to 1918!
CHIMNEY ROCK STATE PARK www.chimneyrockpark.com
Explore Chimney Rock and enjoy the possibilities of scenic views on the 5 trails of varying ease or difficulty, find adventure and arrange to participate in one of their Rock Climbing Clinics, or save your energy to enjoy in town shopping, and take the elevator up a 26-story shaft to reach Chimney Rock to enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Lure (seen in this picture). Less than 1 hour from our Western North Carolina bed and breakfast, it's a must see North Carolina attraction!
BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY www.nps.gov/blri
In 10 minutes you can be at the Blue Ridge Parkway’s southern end, and on your way to the point of highest elevation for this scenic route at Richland Balsam Mountain. See the beautiful Fraser fir and red spruce as you take a self-guiding nature trail that leads you through this beautiful area with not only its own natural beauty, but also breathtaking views of the Great Smokies!Whether you're taking your car for a scenic drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway, touring on your motorcycle to see the Parkway's scenic views free from barriers, or you're training for that next triathalon and get your heart pumping by riding your bike around the Blue Ridge Parkway's curves, you won't be disappointed by this scenic beauty!
THE GREAT SMOKIES www.nps.gov/grsm
See some of the most diverse species of plant and animal life in the world in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Whether you’re viewing its beautiful wildflowers, colorful fall foliage, mountain vistas (this pic is from Clingman's Dome) and historic buildings from your car or taking a park trail, being in the Smokies connects you to how our forebears lived. Simply being in the magnificent forests, with the lack of human-generated noise can open up a world of natural sights, sounds, and smells that instantly connect you to the wonders of nature. We’re fortunate to have a fairly large section of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park right in our own county, with one of the main entrance points in nearby Maggie Valley, just 20 minutes away! Here's a great resource for all of the National Parks, with a feature article of our nearby Cataloochee Valley hikes - National Parks Traveler .
This town offers its visitors the opportunity to experience the rich history of the Cherokee through the MUSEUM OF THE CHEROKEE INDIAN which houses a creative blend of the latest museum technology and the most extensive collection of Cherokee artifacts, or its newest attraction, HARRAH’S CHEROKEE CASINO with its own Paula Deen's Kitchen ! Both a 40 minute drive from downtown Waynesville.( Reservations required for Paula Deen's Kitchen.)
How To Find Us
Our western North Carolina bed and breakfast is the perfect place to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of this area. Map your journey to escape the craziness of everyday life and relax as you enjoy the small-town atmosphere of Waynesville, complete with wonderful restaurants, the Blue Ridge Parkway and the beautiful Smoky Mountains. If you need a dose of city-life during your stay, take a trip to Asheville, just minutes away. As you consider your lodging options, remember The Windover Inn - come visit us soon!
Please note our location is the same, but our house number has changed in our address from 117 to 40 Old Hickory Street. GPS systems may not be updated with this change and the change of Old Hickory at Brown Avenue from a through street to a walkway only. We recommend you follow our directions below.
Our western North Carolina bed and breakfast is the perfect place to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of this area. Map your journey to escape the craziness of everyday life and relax as you enjoy the small-town atmosphere of Waynesville, complete with wonderful restaurants, the Blue Ridge Parkway and the beautiful Smoky Mountains. If you need a dose of city-life during your stay, take a trip to Asheville, just 30 minutes away. As you consider your lodging options, remember The Windover Inn - come visit us soon!
(Some estiimated driving times. Asheville 30 Minutes/Atlanta 3 hours/Charleston 4.5 hours/Charlotte 2.75 hours/Greenville 1.5 hours/Gatlinburg 1.25/Jacksonville 7 hours/Knoxville 1.5 /Raleigh 4.5 hours/Tampa 10.5 hours)
- Exit Highway 74/23 at Exit 102
- Follow Route 276 South (Russ Avenue). You will pass a strip mall, and fast food restaurants.
- After you cross over a small bridge you will see the “Welcome to Waynesville” sign (.8 mile from 276 exit).
- Continue on 276 South over bridge to traffic light at Main Street.
- Turn right onto Main Street (still 276 South) through town.
- Turn right onto Academy Street at First Baptist Church (276 continues left at this intersection) and go one block to Haywood Street.
- Turn left onto Haywood Street at First Methodist Church and go one block to Boyd Street.
- Turn right on to Boyd Street and continue down hill and across railroad tracks, bearing right.
- Turn left at next intersection onto Killian Street and continue to Old Hickory Street.
- Turn left onto Old Hickory Street and then right into the driveway of The Windover Inn!