The Ironhorse Station
After a long day of hiking in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains there is nothing better than a cold beer and some delicious southern comfort cuisine. The Ironhorse Station, located at 24 Andrews Avenue S. in Hot Springs, is a popular destination for adventurers and relaxers alike.
The restaurant wraps around the Iron Horse Station’s monumental fireplace, and features a friendly dining atmosphere with exceptional regional fare. The food is excellent! An amazing range of meaty dishes are on their menu including burgers, ribs, pastas, catfish and even local rainbow trout. Additionally, the bar hosts a wide selection of local beers and wine to choose from.
The building itself was built in the late 1800s and was fully restored in 2006. In addition to the restaurant, the Ironhorse Station offers fifteen welcoming guest rooms, each with its own private bathroom. Every guest room contains comfortable new furnishings, handcrafted beds, and other amenities including jacuzzi tubs, transom windows, original sky-wells, and mountain views.
The town of Hot Springs, NC is one of only a few towns that the Appalachian Trail runs directly through. The local businesses and restaurants have embraced the outdoor culture and the hiking community of Hot Springs is thriving. The Ironhorse Station is the perfect stop for adventurers, be sure to come by on your next trip to Hot Springs!
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“Beautiful inn in beautiful Hot Springs! Super cool rooms, super cool gathering area for coffee and drinks, and super cool owners. Gary and Caren were so welcoming and friendly. They define the words amazing customer service! I can’t wait to go back. This is THE place to stay in Hot Springs.” -Elizabeth A.
“This place is incredible! The hotel is inviting & comfortable. The restaurant is fantastic & the proprietors are just as friendly as can be. Made me feel like family. Cannot recommend this place enough!” -Joseph G.