As 2016 comes to a close, we are incredibly grateful for an unforgettable 94th season and our wonderful guests that made it all possible. We have a lot to celebrate in 2017, and we cannot wait to welcome guests both returning and new for our 95th season.
Families planning their 2017 vacations should look no further than High Hampton Inn. Mountain travel is trending. With the new year only weeks away, we are excited to share just a few reasons why!
1. Wellness Travel is On the Rise
The new year is expected to showcase an increase in travelers seeking holistic wellness from their vacations. We can imagine no better way to both explore and recharge than by spending quality time in the Western N.C. Mountains. Whether guests are navigating the 15+ miles of mountain hiking trails or cozying up on one of our signature red rocking chairs with a good book in hand, there is no doubt that High Hampton Inn is a place for the body, mind and soul.
2. Guests are Wanting to Disconnect from Work
It is no surprise that vacationers wish to focus less on their screens and more on each other. 2017 travel trend research indicates an increase in travelers specifically wishing to unplug from work while out of the office. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by the most stunning of scenery and offering a vast array of exciting activities, High Hampton Inn promises guests a vacation free from the fetters of stressful work emails and filled with more once-in-a-lifetime quality time.
3. A Community Feel is Important
In 2017 travelers hope to kick cheesy tourist traps to the curb and instead adventure to places that feel like a true part of the surrounding community. High Hampton Inn’s deeply rooted Cashiers heritage (dating back to the early 19th century) makes the Resort the ideal vacation spot for travelers looking to get a true picture of life in the Western North Carolina mountains.
4. There are Ways to Relax Beyond the Beach
Relaxation continues to be a leading motivator of travel, and mountain views are becoming more popular than ocean waves. Come see what all the fuss is about! High Hampton Inn has 15+ miles of hiking trails with various scenic viewpoints, golf, tennis and plenty of activities on their 35-acre privately owned lake.