Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina and nestled along the shoreline of picturesque 2,800 acre Santeetlah Lake in the lush Nantahala National Forest, Blue Waters Mountain Lodge puts you in the heart of one of the nation's most beautiful areas. Known for its natural splendor, activity filled outdoor lifestyle and deep serenity, this majestic setting offers a wealth of activities or the perfect backdrop to do nothing at all. This unique combination of relaxation and action packed fun starts at the Lodge itself, where you'll find a game room complete with billiards, cards, darts, and a variety of indoor games as well as croquet and horseshoes outdoors. For a quiet alternative, the Lodge offers a well-stocked reading library and plenty of decks with outstanding lake and mountain views that invite you to settle in and relish the solitude.
Impressive brass rubbings are featured in this fully handicap accessible room. A wrought iron queen sized bed, comfortable winged back chair and desk are just some of the treasures in this beautifully appointed space.
The spacious Music Room boasts a natural cedar king sized bed accented by a handmade quilt. The large bay window provides the perfect nook to view the lake or curl up with a good book. Antique musical instruments and Victrolas adorn this charming room.
Vintage treasures of summer’s by gone days. Featuring two twin beds covered in a cheerful yellow toile, this delightful room is decorated with nostalgic items such as antique fishing poles, golf clubs and tennis racquets.
The Alpine Experience is an intimate space with a carved cherry king sized bed, mahogany dresser and 19th century upholstered chair. European brass rubbings are featured through the room.
The Stars and Stripes room features patriotic Americana. It’s focal point of a framed 48-star flag overhangs a wrought iron queen sized bed, while the rustic armoire, dresser and nightstand conjure images of America‘s past.
The French Country is a light and spacious lake view room. Blue and white toile is featured throughout with a king sized bed overlooking the large bay windows. An antique mahogany dresser and winged back chair complement the relaxed setting.
The Fishing Camp is a rustic lake view room featuring a king sized bed and stunning lake views. Vintage fishing prints decorate the wall and the “Big Catch” adorns as well.
Victorian Charm is a delightfully decorated lake view room. With a cherry queen sized bed, maple dresser and antique armoire, the room is a quaint and relaxing place to unwind.
Rustic Elegance at its best. Artwork adorns this corner lake and mountain view room, which offers a king sized cedar bed with a down comforter covered in suede. The adjoining bath features a Jacuzzi tub.
5 on March 26, 2009
Blue Waters Mountain Lodge was everything I could have expected, plus a lot more. It's fashioned after many of the grand lodges of the Adirondacks, built on a scenic piece of Santeetlah Lake, which is about 4 miles north of Robbinsville, North Carolina. The lodge takes you back in time. From the moment you step inside, you find yourself into one of the most perfect mountain lodges in the southeast. Mike and Maury, the innkeepers, found this spectacular piece of lake property and turned it into one of the best bed-and-breakfasts in the Smoky Mountains. Their attention to detail is exhibited in every room and every corner. During the whole stay, I was constantly coming across a new nook or a new corner. The lodge has a fantastic great room with a fireplace, cozy sitting areas and game tables, and all with stunning views of pristine Lake Santeetlah. The public areas are comfy and inviting, the kind of place you want to take a good book and feel your surroundings while a fire crackles in front of you. The guestrooms are on two levels. There are nine rooms in all, and each with a different decor, my favorite, the Room 9 – Rustic Elegance, or others like Room 7 – The Fishing Camp or Room 2 – The Music Room. All of the rooms have private bathrooms. Some of the rooms have views of the gardens. Several of the rooms have wonderful vantages of Lake Santeetlah. These rooms are a wonderful place to sit in the evening and watch this picture-perfect lake and sunset. We had the entire lodge and were able to be a bit messier and spread out in the public areas. However, the lodge is so inviting that, even when filled with strangers, it's the type of place everyone comes together around the fireplace to talk, relax, mingle, and make new friends.
5 on March 24, 2009
We had a relaxing, comfortable experience with fantastic mountain and lake scenery. Food was great, service excellent and hospitality couldn't have been better! We're going back!
4.8 on January 21, 2009
Charming rooms, delicious food, and especially accomodating hosts. Would highly recommend to B&B patrons, and will definitely return as a guest in the future. Darbi and Tom Gillingham
5 on November 15, 2008
This is an excellent B & B - the accomodations were outstanding. The breakfast was better than home. Everyone was very friendly and accomodating to our needs. Great time in the mountains.
5 on July 29, 2008
great place with a location that can't be beat, rooms overlooking the lake and the great front porch, inkeepers are just perfect, will come back for sure
Countryside, Lakeside, Mountains, Small town
Asheville, NC (AVL) 100 miles
Take I-40 West past Waynesville Exit onto Smoky Mountain Expressway (Routes 19 - 74 West). Take Smoky Mountain Expressway until it ends. Continue on Routes 19 - 74 West past Bryson City. Make right onto Routes 28 - 143 towards Fontana. Take through Stecoah, make left on Route 143 to Robbinsville. Come over mountain and enter town of Robbinsville. Make right at 2nd light (Ingles on left, Popeyes straight ahead) onto Route 129. Go through town - approximately 4 miles. Cross the Ted Jordan Bridge. Make 2nd left (almost immediate) on Pine Ridge Road. Lodge is 0.2 miles on right. Large Brown house with green rocking chairs on porch - lake will be on left.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Smoky Mountain National Park, Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Tail of the Dragon, Cherohala Skyway, Tsali Recreational Area, Cherokee/Harrah's Casino, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, River, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Other
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Refrigerator
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Whitewater Rafting
Mike and Maury Stewart
English, French, German
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan
Blue Waters Bread Pudding
1/2 cup sugar 1 lemon peel, grated 2 1/2 cups soft white bread (about 7 slices), crusts removed, in chunky pieces 2 cups milk 4 tablespoons butter, melted 3 eggs, separated 2 whole eggs 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Preheat oven to 350° F. Butter a casserole dish. In a mixing bowl, mix the sugar and the lemon peel. Add the bread, milk, and butter, blending well. Add the egg yolks, whole eggs, and baking powder and mix well. Beat the egg whites until they hold a stiff peak, then fold them into the mixture. Pour into the baking dish. Bake about 40 minutes.