We enjoyed our short weekend stay in the Uwharrie. Andrea was accommodating and very helpful. The house is in a great location and is well put together. We had a blast playing cards around the huge dining table and loved the views while rocking on the front porch. This is an outstanding getaway!
Awesome place!! Close to uwharrie for wheeling. Owners were really nice and even mailed me an item I left in the cabin. Not much around for food. Kitchen was a great fit. Can’t wait to stay again.
Easy access to highway and groceries, fast food, and gas.
Nice and secluded. Didn't like the mattress. It was a bit lumpy. The first time we stayed was 4 yrs ago. The bed was great upstairs. The lower level room was not too great .
The house was very nice. My family had a great time. The only down side was the neighbors in the back. May just be the timing of year but they had a loud party until 4 am.
Needed a little repairs here and there. They are working on the building now. Other than that Ok place
It was quiet here. Staff was very nice and polite. What was really nice is nobody complained about my dogs. They tend to bark when I leave.
We enjoyed the solitude, the serenity you feel is unbelievable my family loved it and that's what matters.
Everything was so nice and clean. The staff was very friendly and professional
Pisgah Covered Bridge is a place that's familiar to people across the globe.
To experience it, step away from the beaten track and head for Asheboro, which can be found 70 miles from the state capital, Raleigh.
Sightseers who want to see Pisgah Covered Bridge have to be inventive with looking for accommodation. That's because there are no listed options in the nearby vicinity. The Great Wolf Lodge Concord Charlotte is your best option as it's about 50 miles away. You might also want to consider the Proximity Hotel or even the O.Henry Hotel, 40 miles and 40 miles from Pisgah Covered Bridge.