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EAT + STAY
TRYON, NC + SURROUNDING AREAS
The quaint Village of Tryon is located on the first rise of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Tryon is known for its wonderful people, outdoor activities, mild climate, small town shops, great restaurants and a rich equestrian history. Typically, quirkiness is regarded as intangible, but in Tryon’s case it is palpable. Our friendly, offbeat personality is a big part of what makes us who we are. This is a town of unexpected nooks teeming with a cast of characters that even Garrison Keillor would have had trouble imagining.
If you’re searching for a truly unique and breathtaking vacation destination, consider staying in one of our Tryon, NC cabin rentals. Tryon is a small yet fascinating town located just moments from the famous Blue Ridge Mountains. You can retreat into nature or stroll through town to slow down and savor your time away from home.
Are you lovin' the lovely foothills of Western NC?
Looking to extend your stay beyond the Festival or interested in coming back for another visit? Learn about more Eat, Play and Stay options in Tryon and the surrounding area. Click here!
Looking for the best hiking trails in Tryon?
Whether you’re getting ready to hike, bike, trail run, or explore other outdoor activities, AllTrails has 5 scenic trails in the Tryon area. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you.
Originally built in 1903 the GreenLife Inn at The Mimosa is a contemporary B&B housed in an historic Blue Ridge mountain inn. Our goal here is to create the “Best Rest” of our guests’ lives with the touchstone principles of Simplicity, Quality and Service as our guide. Multiple indoor and outdoor gathering spaces are ideal for family, friends and business retreats.
Locally owned, managed and serviced real estate sales and rental management firm located in the beautiful small historic downtown of Tryon, North Carolina. We can connect you to AirBnB rentals for your TRIFF visit and beyond.
Pearson’s Falls and Glen is a top natural attraction in Polk County, NC. This unique botanical preserve is comprised of over 300 acres of rich cove forest, spring-fed streams and a moderate 1/4-mile trail to a 90 ft. waterfall. We boast having over 310 species of wildflowers and plants, a few that are rare.
TIEC has become an international hub for many of the world’s top equestrian athletes.
Guests are welcomed to experience one of the premier riding facilities in the world built for the love of horses and our sport.
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