Nestled among oaks, magnolias, dogwood, pines and cherry trees on 2.8 acres, this restored historic house offers homey hospitality. The house faces Old Mountain Road, an early wagon trail from the mountains to the plains.
The Gray House, built in 1905 by Matilda Watt Gray and Robert Hall Gray is home to Peggy and Reid Gray, your hosts. The house features 10-foot ceilings, red heart-of-pine floors, original staircase, old mantles and upstairs balcony. Air conditioning has been added recently. Family antiques and pieces Peggy has collected from the furniture rich Piedmont add to the inn's warmth.