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The Holbrook House at Stone Mountain

The Holbrook House is a finely appointed historic home, furnished in Victorian style with modern, cozy amenities that you expect when traveling. Guests will enjoy a daily full, hot, Southern breakfast. Choose the Merlot Room for a large bedroom (max 2 ppl), or the Chardonnay Suite for a smaller bedroom that includes an adjoining Sunroom (max 3 ppl).

 

Enjoy easy access to Stone Mountain, dozens of wineries, Nascar racing, historic towns, antique stores, live music venues, the Blue Ridge Parkway and tons of interesting restaurants from this charming place to stay.

 

Plus, enjoy the park-like outdoors including 15 acres of woods, picnic tables, covered pavilion with sound system, and more.

WiFi speeds of 250 to 450 Mbps throughout.

Rooms and Reservations:

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About The Holbrook House

The Holbrook House was built in 1912 by C.D. Holbrook.  C.D. was an artist, a business man, and even the Traphill Post Master when the local post office was located in his General Store.  The House and the General Store (now called Traphill Studios, owned by our neighbors) are listed in the historic registry under The Traphill Historic District.

At the time of its construction, The Holbrook House was considered one of the more prominent buildings in the area, and Traphill was a fairly important residential and business district with several claims to fame.  

The famous Chang and Eng lived in Traphill, and the village was home to several institutions of higher learning.  It was also "Ground Zero" in the Moonshine trade of Wilkes County (which was "Ground Zero" in the Moonshine trade of North Carolina).

Traphill is now a much more quiet place, nestled in the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by countryside, The Stone Mountain State Park, and several Wineries/Vineyards.  And its close proximity to Elkin is one of our favorite things.

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