The Dragonfly Room at the Laughing Heart Lodge


Private room in bed and breakfast hosted by Maria

4 guests, Studio, 1 bed, 1 private bathroom
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The Dragonfly is a charming room upstairs with a forest view. It has a queen size bed and a private bath and a small sitting area.

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer


Well-lit path to entrance
Disabled parking spot

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Where you’ll be

Hot Springs, North Carolina, United States

Activities: Relaxation and outdoor exploration are the order of the day. Relaxing in our circa 1896 Lodge is a great way to wind down to mountain mode. The Spring and Fall can be quite cool, so layers of clothing are recommended. The changing forests bring explosions of colors and the view from our front porch and extensive lawns are excellent. Late Spring brings a lightening bug extravaganza to our front lawns. Winter brings light snow and cold temperatures, but we do have lovely fireplaces in both the Library and Parlor, and the Hot Springs Mineral Spas are only ¼ mile away. Summer is perfect for rafting and kayaking on the French Broad River and short hikes or bike rides on our many local trails. The world-famous Appalachian Trail borders our southern property line and goes right through the heart of town. The Pisgah National Forest is our western property line and we have an outdoor firepit and meditation labyrinth for your relaxation or small ceremonies.
Dining and Nightlife: There are several local restaurants to choose from in Hot Springs and a few have live music on the weekends. Our favorites are the Smokey Mountain Diner, Spring Creek Tavern, and Iron Horse Station. The town hosts several annual festivals - April brings the Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s TrailFest, May is the French Broad River Festival, June is the Bluff Mountain Festival, and July is the Wild Goose Festival.

Hosted by Maria

  1. Joined in November 2019
  • 11 Reviews
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House rules

No smoking
No pets

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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