On The National Register Of Historic Places

2010 Season
Resort Activities ~ Special Events ~ Rates
Reservations 800-334-2551 ~ www.HighHamptonInn.com
Celebrating Our 88th Season Listed In The 100 Best Family Resorts In North America


Thank you to all of our loyal guests who returned to High Hampton last season to "lift your spirits." Not only did you come, many of you left leaving loving notes of gratitude, some of which we've included in this year's Season brochure. We are so grateful to our guests who love and value High Hampton as much as we do. Repeatedly we have heard that High Hampton is captivating. Now, we hope you'll visit us again this season. High Hampton remains committed to continuous improvement and to enhancing each season with new programs and packages. This season we have added a Wellness Weekend from May 13-16. This is a whole-body healthy retreat. In collaboration with the Cashiers Historical Society, we are launching the Southern Heritage Food Symposium (May 19-21), which will bring some of the South's culinary greats to the Inn for three days of demonstrations and tastings. On October 16, we hope you will pack your dancing shoes and join us for our first OktoberFest. The Atlanta Polka Band and a Bavarian feast will be fun and filling. It's always a beautiful time of the year to come to the mountains. Reservations are already coming in for the 24th Annual Teddy Bear Picnic, the Thanksgiving House Party and the ever-popular spring and summer holiday weekends. Our fly-fishing schools, the Cool School, and our new fly-fishing programs are attracting lots of new and veteran fishing enthusiasts. The Autumn Invitational Golf Tournament and the Spring & Fall Wildflower Workshops are always enjoyable. High Hampton's website has up-to-date information about these events. Our well-informed reservations team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about High Hampton and these various activities. They will also work with you to book your favorite room!
Chef Sean Ruddy is receiving rave reviews for his culinary skills. Chef is planning to continue his Monday night Coastal Seafood Feasts, along with his appetizing daily selections. It feels as if our general manager, Clifford Meads, has been here a long time. He treasures High Hampton and it shows. Last season he initiated the 2010 Porches of High Hampton Calendar and welcomes your ideas for future High Hampton theme calendars. Caroline Meads, his delightful daughter, has become an extraordinary event planner. Our long standing and beloved staff — Mark, Inas, Lucia, Sheila, Henry, Tina, Eduardo, Helen, Les and Sammy — look forward to welcoming you this Season. The McKee Family is doing well, along with our dogs, Sandy and Honey, who frequent the Inn. Rebecca starts college in the Fall, and Elizabeth will be a junior at Asheville School. Recently, a long time guest told us he discovered High Hampton from the air during WWII. While teaching young naval aviators how to use flight instruments, he often flew over the Blue Ridge Mountains and saw what he said looked like an emerald kingdom from the air. He wondered what it would look like from the ground, so he drove up from Atlanta and said it was the most beautiful place on the planet. That was over 60 years ago, and he has never missed a season at High Hampton. He still says it is captivating. We concur. During our 88th season, we will begin collecting stories from our loyal guests about their favorite High Hampton related memories with the hope of having a book of treasured recollections and photos when we turn 90! Since so many families and groups of friends come year after year, this will be a way for all to share High Hampton with future generations. Who among you remembers the first Teddy Bear Picnic or when there were only 11 golf holes? (Please send your favorite High Hampton memories and photos to Becky McKee at becky@highhamptoninn.com or mail them to her attention at P.O. Box 338, Cashiers, NC 28717) Let us know if there is anything we can do for you before, during or even after your visit. Together, we can keep High Hampton just the way we all love it.




Historic High Hampton Inn and Country Club is a beautiful 1,400 acre mountain estate at an elevation of 3,600 feet. Located in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, our decor remains rustic as the buildings are made from natural woods from the estate. These native woods add historic charm and mountain ambiance. Because of our significant past, the Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are 116 guest rooms, 30 of which are in the main inn. All room rates include three meals daily (Full American Plan). Other rooms are in surrounding cottages and near the main inn. All guest rooms have private baths. Adjacent to the lobby and its four-sided fireplace is the large dining room. On the lower level are banquet and meeting rooms, the Rock Mountain Tavern and the Art Gallery. Please note: There are no telephones or TVs in any of the rooms, but they are available in the main lobby, as is Wi-Fi. Modified American Plan dining is available in the Spring and Fall. Smoking is not permitted in any of our guest rooms and indoor public areasWhen you walk the trails or play golf, you will notice many privately-owned Mountain Vacation Homes among the trees and wildflowers. Some of the homes are year-round residences and some are vacation homes, occupied only part of the year. An attractive selection of these homes is available for rent during certain parts of the year. Tours of these homes are available on our website. These Mountain Vacation Homes are reserved through our reservations office for a 3-night minimum stay, weekly, or longer period. They may be rented with or without meals at the Inn. Each home is on a wooded lot and is fully furnished. Homes have either 2, 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms, with private baths, cathedral ceilings, TV, DVD and telephone. There is a great room with a rock fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious deck with an outdoor grill. These vacation homes have daily housekeeping service which consists of bed making, bathroom linen changes, general cleaning and household trash pickup. Every three days, full housekeeping services occur with bed linen changes. Additional maid service is available upon request.



Customs and traditions at High Hampton date back to the days when High Hampton was the summer home of General Wade Hampton. His niece, Caroline Halsted, and her husband, Dr. William Halsted, the first Chief of Surgery at Johns Hopkins, summered here. The estate was subsequently purchased by the grandfather of the current owner, Will McKee. He and his wife, Becky, carry on the traditions of his parents and grandparents.
Adjacent to the lobby is the dining room. Our buffet features a wide selection that includes local trout, prime rib of beef, London broil, lamb, baked ham, chicken, barbecue and steak. Vegetables, veg­etarian entrees and salad selections are extensive. At lunch and dinner, a different soup is available. You may serve yourself or have the soup served at your table. Fresh flowers from the grounds accent the tables. Dress at breakfast and lunch is informal, but at dinner, coat and tie are required of all gentlemen over the age of 11 and ladies are asked to dress accordingly.

Morning Coffee

Coffee is available every morning from 6 am in the lobby, near the large stone fireplace.

Afternoon Tea
Every afternoon between 4 and 5 pm, hot tea, coffee and cookies are served by our hostess in the main lobby. Afternoon tea and conversation are a tradition at High Hampton Inn.

Evening Entertainment
Most evenings, entertainment is offered in the main lobby. Some evenings, games are featured. On other evenings, we offer an historical talk, natural history presentation, or family parlor games that bring our guests together.


A wedding with a view to remember
Weddings & Gatherings
Creating memories is what High Hampton is all about. Indoors or outdoors, High Hampton lends itself to arranging a spectacular ceremony. The dramatic grand lawn, with Rock Mountain as a backdrop, is a favorite location for many couples to say their vows. Our golf course and spa offer perfect diversions for members of the wedding entourage.

Family Reunions
Hosting family reunions is a specialty at High Hampton. There is a team of professionals who will assist with planning and delivering unforgettable memories for guests of all ages. If you want to plan a family tennis tournament, golf competition, group hike or rafting excursion, we are happy to tailor a program for your family's passions and pursuits. We have meeting and banquet rooms, programs and grounds that will accommodate your family.

Dinner on the Lawn
Throughout the season, there are always occasions for guest gatherings. Events include dinners on the lawn by the Inn, special functions at the Pavilion, the Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July festivities, the Labor Day Lawn Party, OktoberFest and the Thanksgiving House Party. Local entertainment is featured each evening of the holiday events.

Tavern & Terrace
Rock Mountain Tavern, on the lower level of the Inn, has both indoor and outdoor seating. Musical entertainment is scheduled regularly. It is an ideal place to meet and socialize with fellow guests. Attire is casual before 6:30 pm, but coat & tie afterwards please. Mixed drinks, beer and wine may be purchased from 5 to 10 pm. Both wine and beer may also be purchased in the dining room with lunch or dinner.

The Overlook
The Overlook is a "snack and light fare" shop offering hot dogs, sandwiches and a variety of beverages. Seating is available or one can "take along" sandwiches, cookies or drinks. Located adjacent to the Pro Shop and Gift Shop, golfers and shoppers find the Overlook very convenient

The new Pavilion is a festive venue

Relaxing on the front porch

Holiday Entertainment

Family Reunions are popular



September 22-24, 2010

A rite of fall for over 20 years, the High Hampton Autumn Invitational will turn over a new leaf in 2010! Traditionally celebrated by our senior guests, this year's tournament is now open to a variety of ages for men, women and couples. Flights will be established based on age and handicap. A great way to compete in the Autumn, while enjoying an extended weekend affordably.
The 2010 Autumn Invitational tournament includes Full American meal plan, practice round, two rounds of golf, unlimited range balls, greens fees, carts, trophies, gift certificates and two social events (Wednesday night & Thursday night).

Two Golfers / Dbl. Room, each.......................


One Golfer / Dbl. Room, w / non-golfer.........


Single Golfer / SingleRoom...........................


Discounted room rates for extended Sat and/or Sun
include complementary green fees


featured photo imagePGA Golf Pro Chris David returns to High Hampton to carry on a century-old tradition of mountain golfing, clinics and tournaments. Originally from Michigan, David has been a golf professional for more than 30 years, with 18 of those as a Class-A Professional Golf Association pro. High Hampton's course was designed by the renowned golf course architect George W Cobb, A.S.G.CA. Cobb complimented High Hampton by saying: "I have yet to see a course — designed by me or by others —with greater natural beauty or one more enjoyable to play


featured photo imageThere are six clay tennis courts a few steps from the Inn. One is traditional red clay, reminiscent of the French Open Courts. You will enjoy the excellent quality of the High Hampton courts and playing in the cool refreshing air of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our summer time tennis instructors arrange games, hold clinics
and are available for private lessons.
Resuming the helm of our tennis program this year is Nicole Bumgarner, a veteran of many state and national tournaments. She has been teaching and coaching tennis for over 20 years.

High Hampton has always been a haven for mountain fishing enthusiasts. The resort offers lakes, streams and nearby rivers with cool waters where rainbow, brown and brook trout await you. Our chef will be happy to prepare and serve your catch at dinner


Because High Hampton is located in the heart of Western NC's fly fishing trail, we have launched the CooL SCHOOLS with the fly fishing master and leadŽing guide, Alex Bell. The CooL SCHOOLS include all meals, and three nights accommodations, instruction geared for any level and guided excursions to the finŽest trout waters in the area. Participant fee:
$540 Double room per night and $320 Single room per night

Spring Cool School - May 2-5
Fall Cool School - October 3-6


Hiking trails abound on the High Hampton estate. Whether you enjoy a leisurely stroll around the lake or prefer a challenging mountain hike, there are trails for guests of all fitness levels. The front desk has information on each trail and can assist you in planning your journey.

Lake Trail
Wildflower Trail
Headwaters Trail Azalea Trail
Shortia Trail Chattooga Ridge Trail Chimney Top Trail Rock Mountain Trail Fieldstone Trail
Southern Appalachian Bog Trail

You will find many spectacular views along the trails and from the ridge tops of our mountains. During the summer, half-day guided walks are scheduled weekly.

Chimney Top Trail — From the Inn at 3600 ft, the trail leads to the peak of Chimney Top at 4618 ft.
Rock Mountain Trail — This renowned mountain reaches 4370 ft.
Waterfall Hikes — Request a Picnic Lunch the day before.
Ask for a Trail Map — Available at the Front Desk.

Enjoy our world-class 5,500 sq. ft. Hampton Health Club & Spa. State-of-the-art workout areas, personal and group training, steam and regular showers, private treatment rooms for massages, facials, pedicures and manicures are available. Hampton Health Club & Spa carries renowned spa products and offers a natural juice bar for our guests. Appointments and walk-ins offered.


From the Inn, you look out on our private, 35-acre Hampton Lake. The stream-fed waters are calm, protected and ideal for swimming and visits to a stationary raft. There is a wading area, raft and swim area, sand beach and an engaging children's playground.
Since the lake is private, there is no closed fishing season and no license is required. Guests can fish for bass, bream and trout. Bring your special catch to the Inn, and our chef will prepare it for you. Please release the rest for others to enjoy catching.
Many guests enjoy boating. There are sailboats, canoes, kayaks, rowboats and pedal boats. All boats are available for guest use at a minimum charge. No motor boats are allowed on the lake.
At the south end of Hampton Lake, a dam cascades into newly enhanced Jewel Lake, site of the Fly-Fishing School. Guests enjoying the Honeymoon Cottage also overlook this scenic lake, built in the days of Wade Hampton.


Activities abound for all ages, including our climbing tower, the Bean Stalk. High Hampton Inn also has volleyball, tetherball, croquet, badminton, shuffleboard, corn toss, fishing and horseshoes for active guests of all ages.
Many off-premise activities may be arranged and include pontoon boat rentals on Lake Glenville, fly-fishing excursions, waterfall hikes and white water rafting.


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Pat Weaver -A Consuming Passion for Watercolor
Artist Workshop

Arrive Saturday, August 28 Begins with Wine & Cheese at 6 pm
Depart Friday, September 3
Well-known and talented artist, Pat Weaver, returns this season. Her description of the watercolor workshop she teaches follows:
"Watercolor is a spontaneous medium and gives the artist a wonderful outlet for creative expression. This class has been designed to encourage students to use the fundamental principles taught in the workshop and then push their work to a much more creative and emotional state, rather than a literal interpretation of the subject. Drawing is so important as a foundation for good painting and will be stressed. Direct painting without drawing, wet into wet technique, watercolor pencils and working watercolor over gesso coated paper will be taught. Any subject may be painted in this workshop. All levels are welcome."
The Artist Workshop includes lodging, instruction, three meals per day and complimentary golf and tennis. Workshop students are invited to join their instructor each day for lunch in the dining room for conversation and insights on creative painting. Participants need to bring their own supplies. Please contact the Inn for a list of the recommended supplies.
Two Students/Dbl. Room, each~$1,136
One Student/Single Room~$1,195
Non-Student sharing Dbl. Room~$834
Child (4 -11)~$42


Under the direction of the
NC Botanical Garden.
Dr. Peter White, Director
James L. Ward, Curator
Dr. C. Ritchie Bell, Dir. Emeritus
Spring Workshop
Arrive Sunday, May 2
Depart Tuesday, May 4
Autumn Workshop
Arrive Sunday, October 3
Depart Tuesday, October 5

Registration begins on Sunday from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. The Sunday program starts at 2 pm. Later in the day, there will be a Wine & Cheese party with an opportunity to get better acquainted with other attendees and the prestigious botanists directing the program. High Hampton is renowned for the variety and abundance of wildflowers on our 1400-acre estate. The workshop's special programs include walks, field trips, lectures and demonstrations. The Spring Workshop occurs as many species are in bloom or coming into bloom. During the Autumn Workshop, the fall wildflowers offer a profusion of colors. Both workshops include 6 programs over 3 days with 2 nights lodging, 6 meals, a wine/cheese party, and complimentary tennis and golf greens fees.
Double occupancy, per person $395
Single occupancy $410
Above prices include the $110 registration fee.


Memorial Day
May 28-31
4th of July Fete
July 2-5
Labor Day House Party
September 3-7
Thanksgiving House Party
November 24-28
Call or check the website for
Holiday Weekend details and rates


Our Instructor Host
Priscilla Smith is a nationally known teacher and will be the director. Prizes, awards, diplomas and Master points
are awarded. The grand prize is
a free return to next year's
Bridge Fiesta at High Hampton.
August Bridge Fiesta
Arrive Sun., Aug. 15 • Depart Wed., Aug. 18 Arrive Sunday in time for a 6 pm wine and cheese reception. Bridge play Sunday, Monday & Tuesday evenings. Lessons & play are Monday & Tuesday am & pm. Awards luncheon is Wed. Bridge host and instructor is Priscilla Smith.

Annual September
Duplicate Tournament
Arrive Sun., Sept. 12 • Depart Wed., Sept. 15
Arrive Sunday for 6 pm wine and
cheese reception. Evening games are Sunday, Monday & Tuesday. Lessons with play are in the mornings: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Host and instructor Priscilla Smith will direct and teach advanced classes. Master points are awarded.
3 Night Rate for Each Event
includes lessons and play
Double Room, per person $449
Single Room $488



May 19 - 21
This three-day symposium will focus on the heritage of Southern food by high profile presenters such as John Fleer, former chef of The Inn at Blackberry Farm, and Sheri Castle, cooking instructor for Viking and Southern Seasons. High Hampton is co-sponsoring the Southern Heritage Food Symposium with the Cashiers Historical Society. It promises to be delicious, as well as an enlightening three days.
Call for information about the Symposium's package rate, which includes complimentary use of the resort's amenities.

Saturday October 16

In mid-October our new mid-day festival will feature the Atlanta Polka Band and the Euro Volks Dancers in native costumes on the Lawn overlooking Rock Mountain and Hampton Lake. There will also be an award winning local brewing company from Sylva, NC, the Heinzelmannchen Brewing Company specializing in German beer and ales. This is High Hampton's first OktoberFest Houseparty. Bring a group and join the fun this fall.
Cost will be included in regular room rate.

Reservations & Information
Please Call 1-800-334-2551

Because High Hampton Inn has always appealed to nature lovers, a naturalist program has been added to educate guests about the amazing array of flora on the estate. For instance, on High Hampton's great lawn there are many large trees that were planted in the early 1900s by Dr. William Halsted and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. McKee, Sr. Of particular note is the world's largest specimen of Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri). Large examples of the following species are also noteworthy and each has a marker: European Copper Beech, Weeping Beech, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Bald Cypress, English Elm, Gingko, European Larch, Black Locust, Umbrella Magnolia, Sugar Maple, White Pine, Princess Tree, Norway Spruce, Tulip Tree and an English Yew, a shrub. Nature programs have been designed to impart a greater appreciation and understanding of the natural world and highlight the area's historical, botanical and zoological diversity. Bird watchers, too, could have a field day. Over 147 types of birds have been sighted on the estate. High Hampton is involved in conservation programs and works to balance the pressures of the millennium with a goal of preserving this precious natural resource for future generations.


May 13 - 16
This relaxing weekend includes yoga sessions, health demonstrations, organic cooking classes, hiking and spa treatments. The Yoga Instructor, Leanne McDade from Jacksonville, FL, is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor who has had over 1200 training hours. Surrounded by nature's beauty, this is a long weekend designed to nurture your mind and body.

Call for Wellness Weekend package information.


Throughout the 2010 Season,
Cooking Classes & Demonstrations
and Wine Dinners will be scheduled.
Call for specific dates.


The Kids' Club

During June, July and August, our younger guests enjoy programs 6 days a week from 9 am to 2 pm under the caring guidance of Julia Boeve, Recreation Director. The age range for members is 3 to 9 years. A variety of supervised, age-related activities is offered. These include donkey cart rides, hiking, swimming, nature walks, games, arts & crafts and picnic lunches. Each evening from 6 to 9 pm, there are fun events such as hayrides, pajama parties, Mexican fiestas, games and cookouts. The goal of the Kids' Club staff is to provide happy vacation memories for each attendee. Our younger guests are very special.
For children too young to be in the Kids' Club, babysitters usually can be arranged with adequate notice.
The Teen Room
Teenagers have their own special place, The Teen Room. It is a gathering place with foosball, ping pong, air hockey and TV. There are nightly scheduled activities such as bonfires, ultimate Frisbee, tennis and pizza parties.

Youth at High Hampton Day Camp
For our guests who are age 9 and up, there are fun activities planned several days a week during the summer months. These activities include Bean Stalk climbing, hiking, kayaking and many more neat things to keep this age-group smiling.

Lawn Games
Equipment is available for croquet, bocci, corn toss, tetherball, volleyball, badminton, putting and other lawn games.
Thursday, July 8, 2010
This is a beloved highlight of the children's summer season. The imaginative agenda begins at breakfast and goes on until bedtime. There is a Treasure Bear Hunt, a Best Bear contest with several categories of winners, and a Teddy Bear Picnic Supper with games and entertainment afterward. The event is hosted by our Hampton Bear along with Captain Rainbow, Teddy Bearsovelt, the Bearoness and Bearrister. Be sure everyone in your family brings a favorite teddy bear to this event, for it is a special family occasion. These are the bear facts. Awards will be presented for the:
• Best Dressed Bear • Most Appealing Wee Bear
• Beary Oldest Bear • Most Interesting Big Bear
• Most Awesome Bear • Most Huggable Bear
• Hampton Bear Champion


Reservations 800-334-2551
All rates are subject to applicable taxes.

Full American Plan Guest Rooms (3 meals a day included)
All rates are per person and include room with private bath and all meals (breakfast, lunch, & dinner).
Various rate categories are based on room location. Available only on reservation: cot rental $10 per day.
Modified American Plan (Breakfast & Dinner only) must be made through Reservations prior to arrival.
Discounts: For stays of 7 nights or longer, there is a discount of 5% on daily rates. For stays of 4 weeks or longer, an additional 5% discount is allowed. Ask about Spring and Fall mid-week specials.
Note: Weekend requires 2-night minimum. Taxes and a 10% service charge are additional.

Daily Rates Per Person
Full American Plan
Spring Season
April 23 thru June 12
Summer Season
June 13 thru Aug. 11
Fall Season*
Aug.12 thru Nov.11
Sunday thru Thursday Check-out time 1 p.m. 
Two indouble room, per person$ 125        130           135$ 142        147           152$ 125        130           135
One in single room$ 182        192           202$ 222        232           242$ 182        192           202
Third person in room$ 72$ 72$ 72
Child 4 tiro 8 in room with 2 adults$ 41$ 41$ 41
Child 3 and underFreeFreeFree
Friday and Saturday Check-out time 1p.m. 
Two in double room, per person$ 138        140           145$ 152        157           162$ 135        140           145
One in single room$ 202        212           222$ 227        237           247$ 202        212           222
Third person in room$ 72$ 72$ 72
Child 4 thru 8 in room with 2 adults$ 41$ 41$ 41
Child 3 and underFreeFreeFree
Thanksgiving House Party (Wed., Nov. 24 to Sun., Nov. 28)
GOLF PACKAGES: Unlimited Greens Fees (In House Guests Only). Carts Are Extra
7 Nights 8 Days - Add $228 per golfer5 Nights 6 Days - Add $190 per golfer3 Nights 4 Days - Add $152 per golfer
6 Nights 7 Days - Add $209 per golfer4 Nights 5 Days - Add $171 per golfer 

Tennis Package Rates are also available. Please contact reservations for more information.
To qualify for special Golf & Tennis Packages Rates, please advise us before or on arrival.

Mountain Vacation Home Rates (meals not included)
Mountain Vacation Home Rates are based on the European Plan (meals are not included). A Facility Amenity fee of $25 per home per day will be added. This allows home renters preferential treatment of all facilities and activities at the "In-House guest rates".

3 night minimum
- European Plan. Add Facility Amenities fee and taxes
* 5 Bedroom & 6 Bedroom Homes are available for rent. Call the Reservation Office for prices and availability

Rates Per Home

European Plan - no meals
Spring Season
April 23 thru June 12

Summer Season
June 13 thru Aug. 11

Fall Season*

Aug.12 thru Nov.11
Weekly Rates Check-out time: 11 am 
2 Bedrooms • 2 Baths$ 1699       $ 1715             $ 1762$ 2221 $ 2350 $ 2415$ 1699       $ 1715 $ 1762
3 Bedrooms • 3 Baths$ 1866       $ 1975             $ 2029$ 2630 $ 2783 $ 2859$ 1866       $ 1975             $ 2029
4 Bedrooms • 4 Baths$ 2110       $ 2233             $ 2295$ 2987 $ 3161 $ 3248$ 2110 $ 2233 $ 2295
Daily Rates (3 night minimum) Check-out time: II a.m. 
2 Bedrooms • 2 Baths$ 299               $ 316        $ 325$ 395        S 419        $ 430$ 299        $ 316        $ 325
3 Bedrooms • 3 Baths$ 350        $ 371        $ 381$ 462        $ 489        $ 503$ 350        $ 371        $ 381
4 Bedrooms • 4 Baths$ 395        $ 419        $ 482$ 529        $ 560        $ 576$ 395        $ 419        $ 482
Full American Plan (3 meals daily) maybe added when staying in a Mountain Vacation Home
for a fee of $57 per day per person, child under 12 add $31, and child under 4 no charge.
*Thanksgiving House Party rates are available from our reservations office upon request.
Over the years, it's been found that not everyone likes it here, especially those who want plush accommodations rather than mountain rustic. Fortunately, many people do like it and come back season after season. High Hampton is a special place where time seems to stand still and very little changes, except the seasons. While there are enjoyable daytime and evening activities for guests, there are no neon lights or casinos. Commercialism is not part of the scenery.


No Tipping Policy
It is our Tipping to serve you.
Evening Meal Dress
Coat and tie are required at evening
meals for gentlemen. No denim.
Ladies are asked to dress accordingly

Reservations & Deposit
A deposit of $200 per room is applied
to the last day of reservations.
Cancellation requires 14 days notice.
A deposit of $400 per room is required.
Cancellation requires 30 days notice.
A deposit of $500 per home is required.
Cancellation requires 30 days notice.
* * *
For any cancellation or shortening
of your reservation, a processing fee
will be applied against your deposit.
Dress Code
Our goal at High Hampton Inn
is to retain the traditions and
family values by wearing appropriate
attire throughout the property.

Activity Rates for Guests
staying at High Hampton
Greens Fees - $57 per day
Golf Cart - Rate below is per golfer
18 holes — $18 • 9 holes — $9
Rates vat), according to the season.
Twilight and Senior rates available.
Paddle, canoe, row, kayak, sailboat
$7 per hour
No fee on our private lake.
Catch and release please.
$8 per person / hour
Children's Program
$5 per child / hour
Fireplace wood, $50 per rick
Pet Kennels Available
Must advise before arrival.
A limited number of cottages are designated
"Pet Friendly". Small pets only. $50 pet fee.

"We really enjoyed our stay! Beautiful outdoors, very relaxing. Food was terrific! Staff was very efficient and helpful and friendly — especially Erica. We will most definitely be back for another visit. Also, wonderful walking trails."
A Guest from Bluffton, SC - July 2009

"39 years and it keeps getting better! Great food, hospitality, service, and unbelievable scenery"
The Barrell's, The Woodlands, 7X - July 2009

"We really enjoyed our stay! Beautiful outdoors, very relaxing. Food was terrific! Staff was very efficient and helpful and friendly — especially Erica. We will most definitely be back for another visit. Also, wonderful walking trails."
A Guest from Bluffton, SC - July 2009

"Wonderful Southern Hospitality, great food and service. The Devlin Family, Atlanta, GA - July 2009 We'll be back soon!"

Reservations & Information
Please Call 1-800-334-2551

Text Box:  
Caroline Meads, High Hampton's Events Coordinator, is here to help plan weddings, reunions, retreats
or group house parties! Call or email her anytime. 828-743-1893
Ļ groupsales@highhamptoninn.com



Distance in Miles
Asheville (60)
Asheville Airport (49)
Atlanta (150)
Augusta (178)
Birmingham (295)
Charleston, SC (275)
Charlotte (140)
Chattanooga (140)
Chicago (663)
Cincinnati (358)
Cleveland (601)
Columbia, SC (180)
Gatlinburg (90)
Greenville, SC (70)
Highlands, NC (10)
Jacksonville (400)

Distance in Miles
Knoxville (140)
Lexington (287)
Louisville (353)
Mobile (509)
New Orleans
New York City
(790) Orlando
Palm Beach (675)
Raleigh (285)
Richmond (450)
Sarasota (620)
Savannah (280)
Tampa (575)
Washington, DC
Winston-Salem (195)

Real Estate Assistance For information on purchasing property or homes in the Cashiers or Highlands area, contact Will McKee or Manuel de Juan at High Hampton Realty.
Phone 828-743-4207


Reservations & Information
800-334-2551 •

High Hampton Inn • 1525 Hwy. 107 South • P.O.Box 338 • Cashiers, NC 28717
Phone 828-743-2411 • Fax 828-743-5991 • E-mail