High Hampton Inn
Breathing new life into High Hampton Inn after 100 years of welcoming guests was like taking a puzzle apart and carefully putting it back together. Work was done in collaboration with and under the guidelines of, the National Register of Historic Places and National Parks. Inn and Cottage guest rooms were knit back together with modernized plumbing, electrical and HVAC, and dining outlets restored to their original glory with facilities that can lift the load that modern hospitality demands. However, when you step into the renovated Inn, the feeling is so familiar returning visitors feel a sense of nostalgia while first-time guests like they're stepping back into a time when life was a little more simple.
High Hampton Club
High Hampton in Cashiers, North Carolina has been a family destination for generations, and with the new High Hampton Club, that legacy remains. Instead of designing one large clubhouse, the team decided on smaller, stand-alone amenities designed to seamlessly blend in with the natural landscape. The bark siding and dark-painted exteriors pay homage to the property’s unique history. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, range house for golf, locker rooms and dining, pool house with waterside libation, and a boathouse. Perhaps most notable is the formal dining option with multiple dynamic porches with retractable doors and wood-burning fireplaces for year-round use.