About the property
- House3200 sqft
- Separate WC's0
- Minimum Stay2 - 3 nights
4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Newly Renovated Rock Home Perfect For Large Groups
The Red Bridge Lodge is a newly renovated 116 year old rock home located on Spring Creek in downtown Hot Springs. The home is full of history and charm featuring outstanding craftsmanship and attention to detail. From the cherry living room to the brand new custom kitchen and baths, the home is an exquisite blend of old and new. The home is approximately 3200 SF, has 4 BR's, 3 full baths and is perfect for larger groups, multiple families, reunions, retreats, friend weekends, etc. The knotty pine master BR is huge and features a king size bed, a twin bed and a queen sized futon, if needed. The second upper level BR is maple and has a queen size sleigh bed and a twin bed. The third upper level bedroom is the "Robin's Nest" and features two twin beds. The fourth BR is on the main level and features another king size bed and maple walls and ceiling as well. The 3 full baths are newly renovated and features octagonal floor tile and subway tile showers. The cherry living room has a large sectional sofa, 55" flat screen TV and leather reading chairs. The sunroom features an exposed rock wall, another flat screen TV, sofa, reading chairs and great views of the back yard and patio. The custom kitchen and dining room feature 20 foot vaulted ceilings with skylights, exposed beams, exposed rock wall, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a huge farm table handmade from recycled barn wood by Brian Morgan and a custom trout painting by Asheville artist Brad McMinn. There is also a laundry/mud room for your convenience. There is a large rear rock patio with seating for 10 and a large charcoal BBQ. The side covered porch has a porch swing, two gliders, mountain views and is perfect for getting some shade on a hot day. The backyard is the jewel of the property and has several Adirondack chairs, a fire pit and access to the refreshing swimming and/or fishing hole! We also have a detached garage which contains a ping pong table, tubes, cornhole and some seating. The property is also adjacent to The Old Red Bridge, which was built in 1910.
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
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Fabulous and Private! Just Perfect
We were there for my sons wedding, the entire inn was booked for the Bridal party and family. We needed a place close by, this was perfect for us! When we arrived I was very pleasantly surprised by the overall layout and how wonderfully inviting it all was. The open interior kitchen was perfect as we are a family that always gathers in the kitchen. It was bright and spacious, just perfect for us. The bedrooms were clean and super comfy, plenty of space to spread out. The bathrooms were bright and open as well. Just loved this home!
As Good As Advertised.
This was our second time staying at the Red Bridge Lodge. On both occasions we have hosted family gatherings there. It is hard to imagine a better site for what we had in mind.
The Lodge is big enough to house 10-12 people... if you're flexible about sleeping arrangements... yet still not feel overcrowded. It is well-furnished and comfortable. The house and grounds are user-friendly and well-tended. The location makes anywhere in Hot Springs an easy walk from the house, and the surrounding areas (Asheville, the Parkway, etc) are a reasonable drive. And really... in today's world how many places can you take little kids out to the yard and stand 25 feet from a real railroad track as a multi-engined train stretching for 90 cars blows the whistle and rolls past?
The owners are easy to communicate with, and they show a genuine interest in their guests and their time at the Lodge.
We think it is a great place, and I can't imagine not going back.
Excellent location for a base camp for some great trout fishing in Western North Carolina
This is our third year staying at the Red Bridge Lodge and our group (Northern Kentucky Fly Fishers) absolutely love it. It offers trout fishing in Spring Creek right behind the house, which is ideal for those that cannot get around well. The newly installed steps make accessing the stream very easy. From this location we venture out to several different streams within a 2 hour drive. The kitchen area is my favorite part of the house, large enough to allow us all to gather for meals and review the days catch and make up a few lies of course. The firepit by the creek, has to be my second favorite part. Each night we would make a raging fire and check out the night skies looking at all of the constellations with the warmth of the fire and crackling of fresh cut wood right in front of us. I would highly recommend this property for a future stay by your family. I know we will be back again next year for our fourth stay.
The house was spacious and cozy. Me, my girlfriend and her family really enjoyed our stay and what the area had to offer. The hiking on the AT was breathtaking. Thank you so much for offering up.
Mountain Town Retreat
We had a great time in Hot Springs at the Red Bridge Lodge. It was the perfect spot for 3 couples and a handful of kids and was just what we needed to get away together to ring in the New Year. The town is small and very welcoming. The home is full of charm and well equipped, and the setting along the stream makes the back yard an idyllic escape (and the perfect spot for a NYE polar bear plunge, if that's your thing) The local Iron Horse Station restaurant was very good, complete with local live music, and the Ingles grocery in Marshall has a nice selection of fresh meat, produce, and beverages (about 20 mins away). We spent a day in Asheville, as well (about 50 mins away), to take in the city life. The Asheville visit was fun, but we were excited to get back to Hot Springs to recharge with a quieter, slower paced weekend. When the time came, we found ourselves reluctant to leave, and already looking for an excuse to get back.
Hot Springs is a historic small mountain town located where the French Broad River crosses the Appalachian Trail in western NC. The Appalachian Trail actually goes right down the sidewalk through town. It is mostly surrounded by National Forest and features the only natural hot springs in the state of NC. Outdoor activities are abundant including rafting, kayaking, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, fly fishing, smallmouth fishing, muskie fishing, horseback riding and most can be done without getting into a car. The town is also located about 45 minutes from the vibrant downtown of Asheville, featuring many outstanding restaurants, art galleries, live music venues and more.
Additional pricing information
Special event rates such as weddings, rehearsal dinners, retreats, etc. are priced individually. Extended stay rates quoted individually as well.