This is the last of the Holiday Tour of Inns posts. I hope you have enjoyed seeing the inside of these wonderful Victorian era homes. Out in Laurel Park, on top of the mountain is the Echo Mountain Inn. Just look at the view behind this charming village.
The unusual wrought iron railing is decorated with green garland, and teddy bears on the steps.
Small touches are evident in the guest rooms, tucked into corners.
There was a huge stone fireplace in the main room open on two sides that was heating two rooms.
Last on the tour was Aunt Adelin’es, whose owner was obsessed with nutcrackers.
A tree decorated with purple balls and ornaments graced the main living room.
Lovely antique furniture in the dining area held more nutcrackers. There were nutcrackers at the base of the tree, too.
There was even a ‘tree’ made entirely of nutcrackers. There were literally hundreds of them in the house, in the hallways, bedrooms, bookshelves, everywhere..
Outside, the stone pillars add interest to a lovely porch with garlands and wreaths.
I hope you enjoyed the Holiday Tour of Inns as much as I did. It might be difficult to decide which Inn to book for a stay!