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Love is in the Mountain Air

February 22nd, 2018 by Staff

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but romance is still in the air at High Hampton Resort! Whether relaxing with your sweetheart during a treatment at Hampton Health Club & Spa, snuggling up under the covers in the secluded Honeymoon Cottage or bringing the adventure outside and exploring High Hampton’s eight scenic hiking trails, romance and fun times go hand-in-hand at the Resort! Check out our list of ways to celebrate your sweetheart all year long.

 

 

Take it Outside

Eight hiking trails that range in difficulty from first-timers to veterans pass through over 15 miles of the High Hampton property. Trek to the peak of Chimney Top Mountain at 4,618 ft. for an incredible view of Cashiers valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains or take it slow and go for a leisurely stroll along Hampton Lake.  Each trail is lined with hemlock, blooming rhododendron and mountain laurel that provide you and your sweetheart with a scenic and memorable hiking experience.

 

 

Your Own Private Getaway

High Hampton Resort emphasizes enjoying the company of your loved ones minus the fetters of phones, social media and television. Seventeen cabins sit on High Hampton’s 1,400-acre property, but the Honeymoon Cottage is a great private bunking option for those who want some special time alone. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage is the only bungalow located along the beautiful Jewel Lake. Sweep your sweetie off their feet and enjoy some one-on-one time together walking on your private beach, visiting the romantic water wheel or snuggling up by the roaring built-in fireplace.

 

 

Relax and Unwind

Take advantage of the world-class Hampton Health Club & Spa during your stay and help your special someone relax, unwind and rejuvenate. The couple’s massage is a great way to clear the mind and focus on spending time with the one you love. The “Sweetheart Surprise” is a great option for her which includes a full sugar scrub, chocolate truffle body wrap, a manicure, pedicure and wine! Many other spa treatments are available to help relax any level of stress or tension such as the deep tissue massage, warm river stone massage, deep reflexology treatment or the basic foot massage. The Hampton Health Club & Spa features organic skin care treatments as well that all visitors can enjoy. The organic chemical peel, detoxifying body-wrap or the Hampton signature facial are sure to leave you feeling revitalized and ready to make memories with your honey that you won’t soon forget!

For more information on how to book your stay, visit https://www.highhamptoninn.com/ or call 800-334-2551.

 

 

High Hampton Inn Golf School: Stroke of Genius

September 23rd, 2014 by Staff

While the kids are back in school, why not squeeze in a little more tee time this fall. Back by popular demand, High Hampton Inn is offering a second Fall Golf School from September 28 to October 1. Join two-time Georgia PGA Champion and 2006 Golf Professional of the Year Craig Hartle for three days of golf and specialized clinics.

Stay at the stunning High Hampton Inn & Country Club, and Craig will review your entire golf game from basic swing fundamentals to game strategy. The Golf School caters to all skill levels with a combination of group and individual sessions. Your package will include lodging, delicious dining, rounds of golf, golf carts, clinics, range balls and even spa packages for a non-golfing spouse. For pricing and the full schedule you can visit www.highhamptoninn.com/golfschools.

Golf Course # 8 in the back HHI -Fall 05 - by Eduardo Moreira

The 18-hole golf course at High Hampton Inn is a “fairway to heaven.” Tucked away in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the course is surrounded by towering pines, mountain peaks and a serene lake.

One of the most popular holes on the course is the 8th hole.  Located on a peninsula that juts into Hampton Lake, the scenic par-3, 155-yard hole has been designated “One of America’s Great Golf Holes” by Golf Digest for its breathtaking panorama views of the mountains, lake and resort.

Golfing at the High Hampton Inn is an experience you will never forget. The course was designed to challenge all types of golfers form those with low handicaps to beginners.

“The course was designed for the enjoyment of the game and not to host a championship. We wanted to allow families and beginners the opportunity to play and have fun,” said Craig Hartle. “We want you to walk away after your round of golf having an enjoyable experience and maybe the round of your life!”

Come by this fall to golf among the beautiful fall foliage and take advantage of the Fall Elevated Golf package. Visit www.highhamptoninn.com for more information and to book your stay!

Group Fun at High Hampton

September 10th, 2012 by Staff

High Hampton Inn is lucky to have Caroline Grogan as our Director of Groups Sales and Events. From business and educational retreats to family gatherings and weddings, Caroline will work with your group to plan a memorable and one-of-a-kind event. Our ability to offer exclusivity and the convenience of having everything you need in one place, from on-site activities to special dinner events and lodging, are just some of the reasons why groups choose to meet and retreat here.

 Caroline took some time out of her busy schedule to offer some insight to all of the options available for groups at High Hampton Inn.  Hopefully you’ll think of a stay here when you plan your next trip!

Caroline Grogan – Director of Groups Sales and Events at High Hampton Inn

 1.  What types groups usually book a stay at High Hampton?

We welcome groups of all kinds at High Hampton, the most common being family-oriented groups like family reunions, special celebrations, and weddings.  Business groups also like to come here because our unplugged nature allows attendees to be very productive and stay on-point.  Our team can also work with companies to organize team building and sales incentive activities.  And last but not least, we are a popular destination for recreational groups like golfers, tennis players, and knitters.

2.   Which on-property activities are the favorites for groups to participate in?

The most popular activities for groups would have to be golf and the spa.  People love getting outside, enjoying challenging play and stunning scenery, followed by a relaxing trip to the spa.   However, we have a number of truly unique activities that can be molded into team building exercises or ones that encourage family bonding like boat races, llama Olympics, sack races, fly fishing, and so much more.

3.  Can groups create fun culinary experiences?  If so, what types?

Yes!  Chef Sean is excellent at creating cooking experiences for all types of groups.  He can show you how to make dinners with items from your garden or how to make a meal that will impress your spouse when you return from your business trip. He can also host a mean Low County Boil! Chef Sean also works with our Food & Beverage Manager to pair wines with dishes for the demonstrations.

4.  What has been your favorite group event/experience that you have organized?

The most memorable event I’ve helped plan was a surprise 50th wedding anniversary dinner. The husband kept it from his wife for a whole year. I wasn’t allowed to call or e-mail him, which meant I had to rely on him to check in every once in a while.  I’ve never seen two people look at each other the way they did on the night she was surprised by him and her children.

Planning weddings is also so unbelievable.  After coordinating with families for a year or more, they have a special place in your heart and begin to see you as a friend and confidant. I am lucky to be involved with planning such precious memories.  To see a bride dancing with her father and look over at you and mouth the words “thank you”—that’s why I do it.

Need help planning an unforgettable event?  Contact Caroline Grogan at groupsales@highhamptoninn.com.