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We had a most delightful and fulfilling time at Buck Hoyse Inn thanks to the fantastic host and hostess who are kind, warm hearted and fun. The food for breakfast was delicious and plentiful. The other guests clearly enjoyed themselves. There are a large selection...More
We drove 15 hours to the Inn, when we pulled into parking lot the magic began! We were greeted in parking lot by Heather, she immediately welcomed us. She led us to our room. We were in the Hemlock room. Everything was perfect. Room was...More
Response from Debbie S, Owner at The Buck House Inn on Bald Mountain CreekResponded 15 August 2016
Sorry for the delay in responding to your gracious review. We loved getting to know you both. I was just telling a couple this morning from Ohio when they were checking out about your travel and how surprised I was to see how far away...More
The Buck House Inn is a wonderful bed and breakfast and a great place to get away from it all. The food is scrumptious and plentiful. The bed was comfortable and the room was warm and cozy. The grounds have friendly cats, goats, and sheep....More
Our experience here was wonderful. It provided a beautiful Smoky mountain location with an easy 30 minute drive to Asheville. Innkeepers Debbie & Sam and assistant Renee are so friendly and accomodating. The 1904 home has been beautifully restored..ask to see the "before" photo album....More
This was an amazing place to get away. The grounds are beautiful and so well cared for. There were adorable goats and horses. So much to see and do. The Inn is immaculate and has so much charm and character. The breakfast was not only...More
Response from Debbie S, Owner at The Buck House Inn on Bald Mountain CreekResponded 22 May 2017
Thank you for coming our way AND for taking the time to write a review! We appreciate your kind words. We loved getting to know your son, also. You did well as parents. I hope you will find your way back here for the next...More
Hi there, wow reading your reviews I am falling in love with the place already! I am in USA at a conference in North Carolina in July and was thinking of coming up this way. The problem is I won't have a car so it will be most likely flying Charlotte to Asheville. I realise not having a car could be an issue so can you please let me know of my options for getting from the airport to here and then around. I am mostly interested in relaxing, being outdoors in what looks like a stunning location, and definite horse riding. I thought I should try to get to Biltmore Estate too...
Do you think I can manage this without a car? Or am I unrealistic?
Thank you so much for any advice you can provide, much appreciated.
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Response from Debbie S | Property representative |
Hi Helen...Well, I did find your inquiry here at Trip Advisor. Thanks for the heads up. (oops is that an American expression?) I had not seen this before, but now see this is something I need to check. Thanks for emailing... More
Hi Helen...Well, I did find your inquiry here at Trip Advisor. Thanks for the heads up. (oops is that an American expression?) I had not seen this before, but now see this is something I need to check. Thanks for emailing when I didn't respond. Debbie
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"All the rooms have something special to offer, we stayed in the Creekside Room which was right on the creek..."