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Dillsboro Inn


146 North River Road P.O. Box 270 Dillsboro, N.C. 28725 ,
Phone: (866) 586-3898




Dillsboro Inn Overview

Enchanting – Invigorating – Inviting

Welcome to the charming Dillsboro Inn. Nestled along the banks of the Tuckasegee River in Western North Carolina. We offer seven non-smoking riverfront suites featuring scenic balconies, amazing river views, and cozy fireplaces. This unique mountain retreat next to a whitewater riverfront park is the perfect destination for families, couples, sportsmen, shoppers, and small groups.

The Dillsboro Inn is the ideal location for setting off on daily excursions, or for doing nothing at all. To provide our guests the best of both worlds we offer the tranquility of private suites while being centrally situated near some of the regions finest attractions, many within walking distance from the Inn. Less than a 5 minute walk is historic Dillsboro with some of the finest craft shops in the Smoky Mountains. In town you’ll find a whitewater rafting company, open craft studios, antique stores, fine dining, and world class trout fishing.

Unique Features of The Dillsboro Inn

Wireless internet access – bring your laptop

The Dillsboro reservoir is the wintering habitat for migrating brown and rainbow trout. Catch and release fishing is no better than out our front door.

Each room is unique with balconies overlooking the river.

Riverside hot tub for six people.

Nightly campfires with marshmallows provided.

Two pet friendly rooms with a playground in the adjoining park for the kids.


(866) 586-3898

Pet Travel Tips:

  • Before leaving, check to make sure the hotel accepts pets. And check either our on-line advertisements or directly with the hotel, to find out any restrictions, fees, etc.
  • Also find Emergency Veterinary Clinics in the area to which you're headed.
  • If the pet travels with you, it will retain a sense of identity. However, pets can become frightened and bolt away from you out of open doors and windows. Keep your pet on a leash when outside your car or hotel.
  • Occasionally travelling can upset your pet's stomach. Take along ice cubes, which are easier on your pet than large amounts of water. It is recommended that you keep feeding to a minimum during travel. More pet travel advice...