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Lovill House Inn
404 Old Bristol Road
Boone, NC 28607
USA
Phone: +1--8282644204
Toll-free: +1--8008499466

Scott & Anne Peecook

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Another romantic evening at the Lovill House Inn! Six spacious  rooms including one cottage. Full private parking lot.  All rooms have fireplaces in room or access to the common area fireplace 15 Sept thru 1 May. Two rooms have propane fireplaces year round.Meticulously maintained 1875 farmhouse, combining old world historic charm with today's modern conveniences. In-town rural inn. Close and convenient location to everything, without being immersed in town. Set on 11 wooded acres and secluded on all sides of the property.
The Baldwin, newly rennovated, new king sized bed, in an airy and sunny room, located on the inn's 2nd floor. Full private bath, work desk area, with WiFi, TV/VCR/DVD players and full amenities. ABC's of Romance Package.  "A" bottle of champagne, wine or sparkling cider from our cellar, a "B"ouquet of fresh cut flowers, and "C"hocolate dipped strawberries, served for two for $45. Treat the special person in your life.
The Spring House is our cottage, and only room not in the inn.  This is our choice for the romantics.  It has its own parking apron, is level in its approach, exceptionally quiet, yet close to the inn for all your needs.  A private deck and year round propane fireplace help make it a special choice!The wrap around porch is a favorite place to gather to meet new friends, listen to the birds, or read that favorite book of yours.  The rocking chairs beckon, breezy and cool....rain or shine folks gather to enjoy the scenery and fresh mountain air!
Welcome to the Lovill House Inn!  The foyer where we welcome our guests. The distinctive original maple floors are complimented by wormy  chesnut beams, arches, doors and doorframes with glass etchings.  Warm and inviting.  A wood workers delight.  Open all year round, we average over 40 inches of snow throughout the winter, and have 4 major ski resorts anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes away. Roads are kept in great shape. Fireplace rooms available.
Come sit a spell on our new couches and enjoy some conversation with our guests.Enjoy an evening in the oldest room in the inn with the original pine plank floor boards and square head nails. The king bed and wood burning fireplace are a favorite.  It has a private bath, Flat screen TV, DVD player, I Pod docking station and WI-FI
The Spring House cottage got a new fresh look!  Enjoy the propane fireplace on the cooler nights and the private deck in the afternoon sun!The Hickory is our largest room with a queen bed, propane fireplace, two room full private bath.  The loveseat fold out to a twin bed. There is a flat screen TV, DVD player, WI-FI and I Pod docking station in the room
Wander the yard, you can see the 140 year old apple tree or you might see Heidi.  She is our timid Rescue sweetheart.Our waterfall can be easily accessed at the back of the property.  Just a couple hundred feet from the barn, it feeds the stream running down the west side of the yard by the inn.