Experience the High Country


Tiny Escapes is intentionally located in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina, chosen for its undeniable stunning natural beauty. Western North Carolina is a magical place, no matter what time of the year, with so many outdoor and indoor activities to enjoy -- hiking, biking, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, fishing, skiing, scenic drives (Blue Ridge Parkway!), live music, breweries, great restaurants, art studios, and much more are just some of the attractions. With numerous quaint towns and villages paired with the vast outdoors, there are so many ways to experience the High Country, and all within a short drive of the Tiny Escapes' properties!

Todd, NC

Todd is a small town located in the High Country of North Carolina between Boone and West Jefferson along the New River. History, outdoor recreation, music, arts and a sense a community make Todd a wonderful place to live and visit.

West Jefferson, NC

Long celebrated for the arts, West Jefferson is known for its arts district featuring an array of interesting murals, distinctive public art and numerous galleries. In addition to art galleries, West Jefferson offers a bustling downtown district featuring an eclectic selection of boutiques, exceptional eateries, antique shops, coffee and wine shops and even a couple craft beer breweries.

Boone, NC

From challenging mountain sports to cozy mountain cabins, from festivals and art galleries to Tweetsie Railroad Theme Park, Boone is where adrenaline junkies and leisure seekers alike flock for the perfect getaway any time of year. Break away from your daily routine and dive into your perfect adventure. From fly fishing and canoeing, to zip lining and skiing, Boone is the perfect escape.

BLOWING ROCK, NC

Blowing Rock is a village in western North Carolina on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway. It’s named after The Blowing Rock, a formation with sweeping views of peaks, forests and the Johns River Gorge. Blowing Rock Art & History Museum has regional artwork. The vast Moses H. Cone Memorial Park is a preserved country estate with a 1901 mansion. A trail from Annie Cannon Gardens leads to Glen Burney and Glen Marie waterfalls.