The Mast Farm Inn Offers Wonderful Lodging and Dining Close to the Ski Resorts

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The Mast Farm Inn is a mountain inn and restaurant, in the Valle Crucis Historical District of Watauga County, North Carolina, which has been welcoming guests since the 1800s. While there have been extensive historically accurate renovations and improvements — tubs-for-two, air conditioning, contemporary cuisine and fine wines — the hospitality remains rural mountain, traditional, attentive and sincere. The Mast Farm Inn has been featured in The New York Times, Southern Living Magazine and numerous other prestigious publications and rightfully so.

As an inn The Mast Farm is comfortable, warm and enjoyable. They also offer cottages and log cabins for rent. As a fine dining restaurant they are second to none. The Mast Farm Inn is more than a bed and breakfast, Historic Mountain Farm, world renown full service Country Inn, (on the National Register of Historic Places, a Member of The Select Registry). They offer a variety of inn guest rooms, private getaway cottages, cabins, fine dining and great wines, organic gardens, and unique gifts, all at the inn, nestled in the mountains of the Western North Carolina High Country.

Oh yes, if you happen to be staying at the inn, they offer a gourmet farm breakfast every morning!

The Mast Farm Inn situated in a serene rural valley surrounded by mountains, rivers and streams, within minutes from Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountain, Linville, Boone, Grandfather Mountain, and The Blue Ridge Parkway, in the Western North Carolina High Country. The inn is just minutes from Appalachian, Sugar, Hawksnest or Beech Mountain ski resorts…as well as other unique shops and attractions in the High Country.

Unique among many of the inns and hotels in the region, The Mast Farm Inn offers concierge services that will help you plan a getaway for any special occasion. Call 828-963-5857 and let them prepare a special package just for you based on your objectives. The Mast Farm Inn can provide great personal attention to your needs and help you design a unique experience for your stay. Don’t hesitate to ask them for assistance.

If you haven’t made reservations for New Year’s you may want to consider the Mast Farm Inn. They are accepting reservations for what they are calling “The Best of The Old, The Best of the New" New Years Celebration.

Your five-course meal will be prepared by renown Chef Ed Winebarger and his team, and includes a bottle of fine wine, and a glass of champagne to toast the happy memories of 2006, and look forward to the new beginnings of 2007. The staff of The Mast Farm Inn is preparing a few pleasant "Old & New" surprises as well to help you start the New Year right.

~ First Course ~
Sashimi Tuna Carpacio

~ Second Course ~
Jamaican Jerk Chicken
with Black Beans
Ye Old She Crab
finished with a Cream sherry

~ Third Course ~
Traditional Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Spring Roll
served with a Ginger Infused Mirin
New Fried Oysters
served with a Dijon Remoulade

~ Fourth Course ~
Historic Bison Tenderloin
served with Roasted Garlic Smashed Potatoes and Vegetables Du Jour
Blackened Winter Grouper
served over fresh Pappardelle with Roasted Red Pepper Pesto.
For Vegetarians and Vegans,
Healthy Finish Grilled Tempeh
atop Spinach, Mushroom, Onions, Tomatoes, Broccoli Pepper and Garlic finished with a Balsamic Honey Glaze.

~ Fifth Course ~
Ed’s New Year’s Parfections

Dinner seating starts at 5:30 and the latest seating will be at 10:30
Tickets are available at $125.00 per person
Early reservations are essential as seating is limited
You can reserve by calling (828) 963-5857
or by writing them at [email protected]  

Mast Farm Inn
2543 Broadstone Road
Banner Elk, North Carolina 28604

Telephone: 828-963-5857
Toll Free: 1-888-963-5857
Fax: 828-963-6404
E-Mail: [email protected]  

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