Hotels and Suites in Madison County, NC
Throughout Madison County, we have hotels, motels & specialty suites conveniently located near either the main interstate or the many outdoor attractions. Whether you are looking for rustic accommodations or something more elegant, discover the fine hospitality and comfort of an overnight stay in the Madison County. There is a nice mix of the modern hotel chain to an old-time “mom and pop” motel to a restored historic building.
Alpine Court Motel
The Alpine Court is an ideal place to stay if you want to get out and enjoy Hot Springs, NC. It is a few hundred feet from the little downtown with shops, restaurants, and whitewater rafting establishments. It’s only a bit farther, but still walking distance, to the French Broad River and the eponymous Hot Springs. It’s also right on the Appalachian Trail.
The Comfort Inn hotel is only minutes from Madison County,NC attractions – including the Wolf Ridge Ski Resort and Sandy Bottom Trail Rides. Other nearby attractions include the Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville and Mars Hill University. Guests of this Mars Hill, NC hotel are invited to enjoy the free continental breakfast and free coffee. Be sure to take a dip in the seasonal outdoor pool. Several restaurants are walking distance from the hotel.
Hot Springs Spa and Resort
Our four comfortably equipped rooms offer beauty, relaxation and a sense of warmth and love. Enjoy your very own private, jetted; heart shaped hot tub filled with the World Famous Natural Hot Mineral Waters of the Hot Springs Resort & Spa, heated by Mother Nature deep within the earth. Each room is equipped with: Private heart shaped hot tub, satellite TV,VCR-DVD; Refrigerator, Microwave, Phone, and High Speed Internet Access.
The Iron Horse Station
The Iron Horse Station, across from the original Hot Springs train station, offers four different styles of accommodations, each named after the famous Pullman sleeper cars created by George Pullman in 1862. The primary purpose of the Pullman sleeper car was to accommodate railroad passengers in comfortable beds, making nighttime travel more restful. Each room is attractively decorated and exudes its own old-style charm and comforts, as well as offering an abundance of modern convenience.