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Mountain Harbour is an awesome place. As a B&B or a full service hiker's hostel, it is amazing. The owners and operators are super friendly, accommodating, and pour their hearts into this service! I stayed in the Jefferson Room (5 star) and Isabel room as...More
No detail overlooked. My husband and I stayed in the house, and our teen boys stayed in the hostel. We enjoyed the delicious and large breakfasts, clean accommodations, tasteful decor, and all the cool "extras" including cookies before bed, a large assortment of dvds and...More
We tented for a night at Mountain Harbour (where we had use of the hostel amenities, including the shower and laundry), and after many word of mouth recommendations to buy the breakfast, we ponied up the $12 per person. Absolutely worth it. Despite being only...More
I stayed here while my partner hiked a short piece of the AT. I launched him from Roan Mountain and enjoyed a short hike. I went to the B&B and enjoyed interacting with the people from the hiker's hostel there. They have a food truck...More
We found Mountain Harbour to be the perfect spot to stop along the trail. The owners couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful with our many questions. We were greeted with homemade baked goods, tea and coffee upon our arrival, and ordered dinner of freshly...More
I am looking at hiking the Appalacian Trail with 2 of my adult sons the week of May 25th for 4 nights. We are wanting to start our hike at the Chestoa Bridge in Erwin Tn and end at US192E. Do you offer shuttle service to the Chestoa Bridge? How far are you from where the trail and US192E intersect? What is the cost for the shuttle service? Do you have anything to accomidate 3 adults for the night before and the night our hike ends? Thank you,
4 January 2015|
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"Call and reserve a spot in the hostel during the busy hiker season."