Shatley Springs Inn has served as a landmark destination for many decades. Travelers come to enjoy the country cooking, the famous spring water, and the beautiful mountain scenery. Families and tour groups alike find the country atmosphere relaxing and reminiscent of times past. After eating a family style meal, many guests visit the gift shops or take a walk around the lake. Others sit and rest a spell in the rocking chairs on the porch. Come and see for your self the best kept secret in northwestern North Carolina.
Since the discovery of the springs by Martin Shatley, thousands have gained renewed health by drinking or bathing in the water, which flows out of the Little Phoenix Mountain. The water contains numerous elements and is considered one of the purest springs in the world. The water of Shatley Springs is still used by many people for its curative properties. Even in the months when the resort is closed, people carry away large containers of the water. The water can be stored for months without losing its fresh taste. The spring itself is always running and the water is free.
Today, Shatley Springs is even more popular with an eating facility that features country ham, fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits, a variety of vegetables and homemade desserts. Shatley Springs food has become as famous as the healing qualities of the spring water. Shatley Springs is located in a quiet, rustic atmosphere with ten comfortable cottages bordering a fishing pond. Shatley Springs has seen changes and innovations down through the years; however, most things have remained the same and a visit there is like taking a step back in time. The cool, invigorating climate, the restful location and the sparkling spring water combine to make the perfect setting in which to enjoy the traditional country food that is served here.
FOR ALL RESERVATIONS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT SHATLEY SPRINGS PLEASE CALL (336) 982-2236
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Open March 29, 2013 - Nov. 30, 2013
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