If you're looking for a place where there's lots of natural beauty, lovely gardens, serenity, gorgeous sunrises, far from the madding crowd, this is the place you want to be. The beautiful view from the main deck, the pretty English garden outside our room and the sunrise were so restful and restorative. Chris' breakfasts rival those at any 5 star restaurant. They are creative and everything is prepared to perfection, and served in a very gracious manner by Andy, who exhorts you to "Please enjoy." Chris and Andy are some of the nicest and most interesting people you'd ever like to meet. It's like leaving behind good friends when you leave Mountain Song Inn.
If you're not interested in forgetting the daily grind and you are not looking for such things as complete peace and quiet, magnificent views, beautiful spacious and meticulous rooms with clean upgraded bathroom facilities, large private family type room with a perfectly balanced billiard table with a library, a back porch swing overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains, 5 course breakfasts suited for royalty and two of the nicest people on the planet as your hosts then go someplace else. But, if the aforementioned things seem appealing...Mountain Song is for you!
Though we had a little difficulty finding this Inn, it was worth it! The setting is beautiful with vistas and a great view of the mountains. We enjoyed sitting on the porch to relax and take in the scenery. The room was very nice but we also had access to a living area, reading/TV room, books, games, etc. There were many thoughtful touches such as a refrigerator to store things, homemade cookies, access to a washer and dryer. The food was outstanding--I have never had such wonderful breakfasts! They hosts are cordial and thoughtful. Andy had wonderful maps and information about what to do and how to get there. I took many of their brochures to pass out to friends and encourage them to visit this little gem. T&C from NC
The Mountain Song just exceeded all of our expectations. My boyfriend and I were headed to Blacksburg for a few days, and I surprised him with this B&B (an easy 35 mins away, and worth it to see Floyd county as well). The inn is spotless while rustic and cozy. You'll want to enjoy your coffee on one of several peaceful porches in the morning, then leave time to explore the gorgeous grounds and surrounding area, which includes hiking trails, a babbling brook, and deer romping in the valley below. My boyfriend also loved cycling in the area. The 3-4 course breakfast was exquisite- the best we'd had anywhere! Innkeepers Andy and Chris are warm and helpful- very knowledgeable about the region. With only 3 rooms, this is a perfect place to gather with friends or family. Be sure to make reservations for the Chateau Morissette winery nearby, and visit the charming Floyd Country Store for local music and dancing. I can't imagine staying anywhere else when we return~ Stephanie, North Carolina