Monday, May 18, 2015

Charming Cashiers, NC

Lunch at Cornucopia, Cashiers, NC 
In the late 1800's wealthy planters from the low country of South Carolina would escape the Summer heat by going to quaint and charming Cashiers, North Carolina.  Over 3,500 feet above sea level, it's a small village surrounded by luxury homes and condominiums, as well as country clubs...the New York Times described the difference between the "sister cities" of Cashiers and Highlands (10 miles away) as "Cashiers is a little bit country, and Highlands is a little bit country club..."my family and I recently enjoyed a visit to this mountain retreat.

A Summer Place, design shop, Cashiers
I adored the rustic elegance of this small shop, up on a hill, called A Summer Place.  The town of Cashiers is chock full of antiques and design businesses, catering to the resort patrons.  Our lunch on Saturday was a fabulous crab cakes on salad greens with bloody mary's...

Interior Enhancements design shop, Cashiers

Patio behind Cornucopia, Cashiers
The mountain air was so fresh and clean, and the beautiful Summer flowers such as poppies were everywhere, plus the magnificent rhododendron ~which I believe are related to mountain laurel...I also picked up this cute book in the Cornucopia gift shop...

Enjoy! DF *****
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  1. I love little resort towns such as this -a number surround us here in DC. I'll have to add this to my list of spots to visit!

    1. Stefan,
      Great ! And I would like to visit Charlottesville - ! Cashiers is hard to reach except by many narrow winding roads for several hours ! Enjoy!