Alleghany Inn at Sparta, North Carolina, With an Array of Different Rooms

Alleghany Inn at Sparta, North Carolina, With an Array of Different Rooms

Get the feel of a Comfy Roadside Inn with the Alleghany Inn

The Alleghany Inn has double, king and queen-sized beds.
The Alleghany Inn at Sparta, North Carolina offer comfy rooms.

The Alleghany Inn in Sparta, North Carolina reminds me of the old roadside inns from the 60’s. The rooms actually make you feel right at home. Corissa helped us check in when we arrived for a two-day stay July 13, 2010. John Kilmartin, the manager also came out to meet us. He knows all the good places to check out while visiting Sparta.


There are a variety of rooms at the Alleghany Inn. This year we stayed in a room with one queen bed. Last year our room had two double beds. You have your choice of rooms with a king bed, a queen bed, two queen beds or two double beds. There also is a two room apartment with a full kitchen with a gas grill outside on the patio. All rooms have a microwave oven, a refrigerator and a wireless internet connection.

 Right-at-Home Alleghany Inn in Sparta, North Carolina

Their website is at: where you can check out the different types of rooms at different prices. If you book your room online there is a discount. Also the inn has a list many of the local attractions and restaurants. From pottery and arts & crafts to golf, fishing and wineries… there is so much to see and do in this area.

The Alleghany Inn is a three story hotel with great front porches.
The Alleghany Inn front porches remind me of a big veranda.

The Alleghany Inn is truly our home away from home.  The current room rates range from $67.95 to $109.95 with smoking and non-smoking rooms available. My husband is a pipe smoker, so the smoking room option is most welcome. And with the International Pipes & Accessories factory on the edge of town, where they machine craft Dr Grabow pipes, being able to smoke your new pipes in your hotel room is welcome indeed.


I plan to check out the other types of rooms the next time I visit Sparta. I wish we could stay a week… there is so much to see and do in and around Sparta. I’m coming back as often as I can.


Trease L Carpenter

Trease is a freelance writer, who hangs her hat in Kingsport, TN. Her writing niche covers local events, food and travel-related articles. Travel, lifestyle and community show the story. If you want rich content with the real story, Trease is your writer/storyteller/photographer. Check out her other Southern Fried blogs. Trease also wrote the Thursday edition of the "Across the Fence" column for the Kingsport Times-News from May 10, 2010 - August 28, 2015. She is big on local tourism and anything related to travel... including all things local like the food, eateries, shops and events. So, go for the local historic flavoring, along with the varied lodging and the picture-perfect scenery . Trease also writes on writing... wordsmith crafting on another blog. Southern Fried Travel, Southern Fried tlc and the Southern Fried Scribe blogs showcase Trease's writing. So head on over and check out all the cool stuff.
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