AAA Diamond-Ranked country inn with White House Chef, Presidential Culinary Museum® and ranked #1 for History, worldwide
Located very close to Charlotte, Shelby, Kings Mountain, NC and Greenville, SC
See the all new, "Jackie - How Could You?" exhibit featuring Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis celebrating the motion picture, "Jackie." "Jackie - How Could You?" appeared as a HEADLINE on the front cover of newspapers from Stockholm to London. In disbelief, many called for excommunication via the church due to marrying Aristotle Socrates Onassis, as a public sinner.
Look for what locals call, "the white house," located in the town named after the President of the United States - Grover, NC. Colonel Polk had the only painted house in Charlotte in 1776 and it was also called "the white house." Includes a three course breakfast daily, has a fun-filled atmosphere, free Wi-Fi 300 Mgbps blowback pipeline (warning may set tablets and phones on fire) four bands for free at 2.4 Ghz and the new 5.0 Ghz 100% DIGITAL networks, 417 Channel DirectTV flatscreens in each room, designer extra amenities included of shampoo-conditioner-mouthwash and two soaps with vanity kit, sewing kit, makeup remover, comb, shower cap, complimentary parking, welcome snacks, MONSTER-SIZED fluffy towels (could be used as a blanket?), 600 count Egyptian soft baby cotton sheets, Minuteman E-Check-in™ with digi-max door code texted/emailed to phone and Minuteman Digital Folio Check-out™ - no front desk required at all if in a hurry, no corkage fees, free Wall Street Journal and USA Today daily, Nature & Earth Spa services, complimentary business center with free fax/color printing, dessert and free bottled water upon arrival. A disabled US Military veteran's project. And be sure to check us out with Ingles Markets cooking shows and Ingles Table, CNN, FOX, PBS Television and our Google+ page! Food and wine tours, cooking vacations, cooking classes and culinary getaways.
President's Jefferson, Hoover and Roosevelt called it "The turn of the tide of success," and wrote about it as the turning point of the entire American Revolution. You'll be a stone's throw away from the famed battle of King's Mountain and the National Military Park here featuring tons of nature trails, hiking, biking, horses and walking parks. The victory disintegrated Lord Cornwallis left flank in the Carolina's, he withdrew from Charlotte, retreated and ran for the coast - ultimately to complete loss and surrender. Now see what the patriot Scottish Outlander could become after losing his and her country, had they only been given the chance. See the Outlander deliver to the world their new country, ten Presidents of Scot descent and joining with English, Prussian and others to build the UNITED COLONIES. Join us at the entrance to King's Mountain National Military Park (with daily shows and museum) for an unforgettable sleeping experience, the Presidential "down home" colonial-style breakfast and historic storytelling about all of the President's and dozens of china collections, artifacts and antiques on display! Conveniently located near the The Biltmore in Asheville - America's largest home, Tiffany's, Burberry, Coach, St. John, Louis Vuitton, and Mont Blanc stores, The Blue Ridge Parkway, the film locations for Hooch, The Last of the Mohicans, Cold Mountain, Red October, The Patriot, Dirty Dancing, the largest man-made river in the earth's history where you can play all day long in The US National Whitewater Center, The 14-world record holding BMW android/robot factory with tours and racing and Forbes TOP 20 listed Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens.
Our local Peachoid is often featured by Netflix in House of Cards as well as on President Underwood's office walls.
The home of locals from this area as featured in House of Cards - from Gaffney to Grover.
Very close to the Charlotte International Airport (CLT), Greenville Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) Gastonia, Blacksburg, Lake Lure, York, Chimney Rock Park, Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, Shelby, Gaffney, Kings Mountain, National Military Parks and the Biltmore in Asheville.
Learn about the town named after Grover Cleveland, his 21-year old bride (he was a 49-year old bachelor 28 years her senior), the only marriage ever held in the White House (shown below) and see numerous collections of First Ladies china at The Inn of the Patriots, LLC.
Shown are the Jackson, Buchanan and Madison china patterns as selcted by the First Ladies in good taste. You will enjoy seeing dozens of the First Ladies china on exhibit during the 1 1/2 hour daily tour. And enjoy our Food and Wine Tours, Cooking Vacations, Cooking Classes and Culinary Getaways!
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A disabled and injured US Military veteran project