The Inn

We have 5 types of cozy accommodations for you to choose.

For couple’s getaways we recommend romantic Premier and Deluxe rooms. Family retreats will enjoy spacious cottages and picnic areas. Sole travelers will find comfort and value in our Original Eight rooms. The adjoining Carriage House Restaurant is an ideal place for dinners or receptions, offering buffets and traditional favorites.


Original Eight

Quaint, Antique Styling

These one Queen bedrooms are located in the center of the Talley Ho Inn and represent smaller hotel style rooms of the ’50s. Built in 1953 and fully renovated in April 2006, they are perfect for sole travelers and those who plan a practical vacation.

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The Most Popular Rooms at Talley Ho

Deluxe rooms have one King, two Queen or two Full size beds. These rooms include coffee maker, refrigerator, and microwave oven. Most rooms have private balconies and terraces with mountain views.

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Our Finest Luxury Accommodations

Premier rooms have one King bed, double Whirlpool Jacuzzi, gas log fireplace and a private balcony with mountain view. Separated from the living area are kitchenettes which offer a coffee maker, refrigerator, and a microwave oven.

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Cottage #1

Spacious, Two-Story Rental

Situated in the middle of the hotel property this two-storied house accommodates up to fourteen people and provides an atmosphere of family living. It has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms; kitchen with microwave oven, stove and dishwasher; spacious living room with a wood-burning fireplace. The picnic area in the shade of the oak trees is a good place for your cookout or any outdoor activities.

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Fox Den

Suite Offering Modern Conveniences

Located on the bike trail, the cozy and comfortable Fox Den provides a complete kitchen, living room, and two queen bedrooms with one full bathroom. The queen sleeper sofa makes the Fox Den adequate for a maximum of six people. Spacious grounds and fields adjoin the Fox Den and face east towards the Heritage Center.

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