1906 Pine Crest Inn - Tryon, North Carolina, 28782, United States
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Private Parties and Gatherings

The culinary team at Carter's Tavern and Wine Cellar will cater to your group schedule and dining needs. The dining experience is enhanced by fresh flowers, candlelight, and a crackling fire in an English tavern setting.

Our chefs prepare inspired cuisine from the freshest ingredients, pleasing both the eye and the palate. Hospitality and service abound at the 1906 Pine Crest Inn's dining experience.

Holiday Parties

Whether you need an intimate private dining gathering, an overnight party, live music, and/or full use of the inn, the historic 1906 Pine Crest Inn & Restaurant can make your family or corporate holiday celebration spectacular. From Thanksgiving until New Years, the inn and conference center are decorated with historic holiday charm that will add to the magic of your event.

Event Planning Assistance

If you would like us to send you additional information about private parties, or if you need help planning your special event, contact us at 828-859-9135, or toll-free at 800-633-3001. You may also request materials online by emailing us at relax@pinecrestinn.com.

1906 Pine Crest Inn
85 Pine Crest Lane
Tryon, North Carolina, 28782, United States
Call: 800-633-3001

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1906 Pine Crest Inn, Historic Bed and Breakfast near Asheville, North Carolina

The 1906 Pine Crest Inn is a relaxing, intimate country inn that captivated & inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald & Ernest Hemingway. Located on 10 beautifully landscaped acres near Asheville & the Blue Ridge Parkway, this National Historic Registry English-style inn offers charming rooms, luxurious suites and private cottages, most with fireplaces and all with private baths. Carter's Tavern & Wine Cellar features casual fine dining with regional accents & organic ingredients complimented by Wine Spectator's Best of Award of Excellence wine cellar. Our 3-course breakfast was twice named “Best in the Southeast.”