North Carolina Hotel Guides
is a like a blessing for tourists. Its location and
singular regions offer activities and accommodations all-year-round, no matter
what visitors want to do. A North Carolina-style getaway could perfectly
include lodging in small hotels surrounded by trees, long hikes up steep
mountains or spectacular days under the sun, right at the private beach of a
resort or hotel. With the largest state-maintained highway system in the
nation, incorporating over 78,600 miles of highways, many visitors choose to
and from there, start a road trip to the mountains or one of the beaches.
Accommodations in North Carolina range
from cozy hotels and bed and breakfasts to luxury vacation rentals and
five-star hotels. Lodging for all budgets and tastes is available in all of the
regions in which the state is divided: mountain, piedmont and coast. Spring is
an ideal season to visit the mountains of North Carolina;
cities like Ashville and
or the small towns in Madison
County are some of the
places you must visit at least once in your lifetime. Experience the mountain
way of life at hotels that are simply picture-perfect mountain cabins, or spend
long hours tasting wine in the northern foothills of Yadkin Valley.
Of course, the Appalachian Mountains are also
a travel destination to consider during winter. With 7 ski resorts to choose
from, beginner and advances skiers and snowborders can be sure to find one that
suits their needs.
and Carrboro are some of the cities and towns located in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. This
region offers lodging for everyone, whether it's a brand-name hotel right next
to a historic center or a bed and breakfast with a spectacular view of a lake.
Golfers also find a haven in this state, and luxurious accommodations with 9
and 18-hole greens have been built to satisfy both national and international
For fishing and outdoor
activities, families and adventure-seekers travel to the coast of North Carolina. The
Outerbanks is, of course, one of the most popular destinations. Motels, hotels,
bed and breakfasts and resorts are spread out around the area, to fulfill the
needs of travelers looking for fishing, kayaking, or multiple hours of
entertaining water sports. The 26 miles of beaches of the Greater Topsail area
and the stories of Cape Fear Coasts are also magnificent alternatives for
travelers in need of relaxation and fun times.
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