What was once known as The Main Street Inn not only has a new name, but it also has a new look. When I met the owner earlier this year, he described the aesthetic goal as, "eclectic." A smattering of various textures and textiles, wall coverings and art work, and retro light fixtures all blend nicely in what is now known as The Highlander Mountain House.
The exterior paint color has created quite a buzz. The Inn used to be white, but the new blue hue provides a beautiful contrast to the rock work, and a gorgeous backdrop for the gold letters that grace the front balcony.
The vibrant colors continue throughout the interior, with rich hardwood floors and slate tile grounding the space.
Punches of color and pattern are softened with the cool paint colors found on the trim.
Gotta love the fixture selections!
The art adorning the walls ranges from portraits in gilded frames, to abstracts.
The baths incorporate beautiful tile, some of which are Zellige tile. Very nice!
The Inn's restaurant, "The Ruffed Grouse Tavern" is simply a stunning space.