Relaxed Luxury for Romance, Girlfriend Getaways, Families and Groups
Surround yourself with period antiques, European bedding and the indulgence of fine Italian linens. Many rooms and suites offer patios or terraces, with captivating views of Main Street and downtown Highlands.
Condé Nast’s Top Hotel Spa in North America
The North Carolina Mountains are said to have a healing power all their own. And the minute you enter The Spa at Old Edwards Inn you’ll feel that energy. Voted #1 Hotel Spa in North America by Condé Nast Traveler's readers in 2010.
Mountain Golf Lifestyle in the Tradition of Old Edwards
Old Edwards Club offers the finest in club lifestyle with a relaxed, family environment.  The Tom Jackson designed golf course is an architectural marvel that cascades along the Eastern Continental Divide in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
Sustainable Dining In The Western North Carolina Mountains
The restaurants at Old Edwards Inn and Spa offer the freshest and most innovative cuisine in the North Carolina Mountains. Special wine dinners throughout the season combine a wide variety of wines with the award-winning cuisine of Chef Chris Huerta.
Shopping At Old Edwards Inn
The best shopping in Highlands can be found at Old Edwards Inn and Spa. You’ll find unique home décor, antiques and accessories, ladies designer wear, meaningful gifts for the mind, body and spirit and more.
Activities abound at Old Edwards Inn and Spa. The award-winning Spa with Serenity Solarium and Fireside Lounge beckons for some quite me time, while our three heated pools and Kelsey Game Room make family time enjoyable.
Destination Weddings, Corporate Retreats and Meetings

Old Edwards features a wide variety of accommodations and gathering spaces to accommodate productive corporate meeting, stunning destination wedding, memorable family reunions and other group gatherings.

Highlands, North Carolina in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Situated at 4118 feet, Highlands, North Carolina sits as the crowning jewel on the southern plateau of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  On the National Register of Historic Places, the Old Edwards Inn and Spa provides unparalleled luxury and leisure to visitors of the Highlands area.

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Safe at Second! Kickball Tournament Held August 4

Contact: Amanda Sullivan, 828-200-0650
Safe at Second! Kickball Tournament Held August 4
(Highlands, N.C) Local business sponsored and participated in a Safe At Second! Kickball tournament to raise additional funds for the upcoming Relay for Life walk on Friday, August 17.  Six teams competed in the event, which was held at the Highlands ball field on August 4. 
Participating teams were:
1.            Highlands United Methodist Church led by Joshua Britton
2.            Tate Landscaping led by Mark Smolarsky)
3.            Team Edwards of Old Edwards Inn led by Brian Crook
4.            Delany & The Backscratchers of Old Edwards Inn led by Richard Delany
5.            Cocktail Warriors of the Cashiers Area Chamber Of Commerce led by Thomas Craig
6.            Highlands Misfits o Highlands Restaurant Group led by Charlie Hyland
The final round came down to Tate Landscaping and Delany & the Backscratchers. The game was neck in neck at 4/4 until Tate scored a last-minute run in the final inning for a 5/4 victory over The Backscratchers.
Teams donated the $150 team entry fee and received an event tee-shirt along with a lunch provided by Highlands Smokehouse, a tournament co-sponsor with Old Edwards Inn.  100% of the proceeds from Safe At Second! Kickball Tournament were donated to Relay For Life of Highlands. The first annual kickball tournament raised nearly $1,400 from team entry fees, raffle drawings from local businesses, and spectator donations for the BBQ lunch provided by the Smokehouse. Raffled donations came from Pescados, Ruka's Table, Kilwin's Chocolate & Ice Cream, Pizza Place and Mountain Fresh Grocery. 
Event organizer Dave Linn of Old Edwards Inn and Spa says, “Thanks to all of the fans, players and sponsors, who donated time, prizes, food and funds to help battle cancer!”
Tuesday, August 7, 2012

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