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Our Season Continues

As the Covid situation changes throughout the southeast, we wanted to assure everyone that Hemlock Inn remains open.  We have been very blessed that we have had no issues since our opening two months ago.

But,we remain cautious.  We are still operating at 50% capacity for rooms and meals and we are quite comfortable with those levels.  Now is a time for safety above increased income.

We have very little room left in July, but rooms are available the first few weeks in August. We invite you to join us then.

Your Help is Appreciated

If you are sick in any way, we kindly ask you to reschedule your visit for another time. Likewise, if you have been in contact with anyone with the virus, we ask you wait before visiting us.

Face Masks

To most effectively combat Covid 19., the state of North Carolina has issued a mandatory face mask requirement for everyone when they go out in public areas where people gather.  As usual, our staff will also wear mask when serving you in the dining room and other times as necessary.  We will also continue to follow high sanitation and disinfectant guidelines in our cleaning practices

Social Distancing

Social Distancing is the key phrase of these times.  There is obviously concern by many folks of large crowds and gatherings.  It is for this reason, we wish to remind you that our inn is located 4 miles from Bryson City, on 57 secluded acres.

We are a small inn by choice. For the immediate, the number of our guests at any given time will be lower than usual and our room assignments will be spaced out.

Our Family Style dining is unique,but we will even be spreading out at mealtimes too.  The capacity around our tables will be smaller and spread over the entire dining room.

Even though the Great Smoky Mountains National Park will be open, guests may also use our mile and half nature trail located on our grounds.

We are looking forward to seeing you and spending some time with you….at a little more distance than usual.

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