The Nu Wray Country House & Gardens is a house rental for you and your friends.
Perfect for family-reunions, get-togethers, retreats team-building or wedding, plenty of great memories await you for your Western NC adventures. From the moment you enter this landmark home, history surrounds you from 2 to 30 of your friends and family.
Now operating as a private house rental, the Nu Wray was established in 1833, and has in the past provided Southern hospitality in its comfortable rooms for generations of travelers, including; Mark Twain, Thomas Wolfe, Elvis Presley, and Christopher Reeves. During the warmer months relax on the front porch rocking chairs sippin ice cold sweet tea or enjoy our gardens for your special occasions. During the Fall / Winter months enjoy the roaring fire in the downstairs living room.
Conveniently located on the main square within walking distance to restaurants, shops and activities. During your stay, enjoy nearby fishing, hiking, horseback riding, tubing and swimming in the famous Toe and Cane Rivers.
We also have a wonderful 1940's Farmhouse available: VRBO # 207413 which is nearby and makes for an excellent bride & groom retreat or get-away from 4-6 guests.
Now booking wedding, church retreats & family get-togethers for 2012'
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We absolutely love living in the Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoying the different seasons, tons of local crafts and talented musicians.
Love the 'Andy Griffith' small-town feel and the friendly people.
Fun to stay in a landmark Home on the Town Square where Mark Twain, Thomas Wolfe, Elvis Presley, and Christopher Reeves have previously stayed