Found in the rolling hills of the Appalachian Mountains, Tryon is known for its world-renowned equestrian events, horse shows, creative culture, and breweries. Surrounded by vineyards and farmlands, Tryon lodging is an idyllic vacation spot for those who enjoy spending time in nature. And at The Horse Shoe Farm, we offer six immaculate guest homes situated on over eighty acres of pristine pasture in nearby Hendersonville, NC.
Charming Guest Homes
Our Tryon lodging options feature one-of-a-kind accommodations, like The Willow House. The 3,000 square-foot home consists of three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Up to ten people can comfortably sleep in the home. Accompanied by two large willows, this house also provides a scenic overlook of a nearby pond.
For larger parties, try out one of our more popular Tryon lodging accommodations, The Magnolia Manor. The Magnolia Manor is a luxurious home that boasts stunning views from one of the highest points on our property. With 4,8000 square feet and five bedrooms, this property provides plenty of space for your family reunion or special event.
If you’re a traveling professional or looking for a quick couple’s getaway, we even offer smaller Tryon lodging options, such as the cozy Lily Cottage or The Meadow Cottage.
Fun on the Farm
But when you stay at the farm, we don’t isolate you to your rental. We invite you to explore our grounds and engage in all sorts of fun activities. Breath in the crisp mountain air during an early morning yoga class. Hike or bike down some of our maintained trails. Paddle board up the historic French Broad River that borders our property.
Although it may feel as though The Horse Shoe Farm is secluded from the world, we’re actually just a short ten minute drive from the Asheville Regional Airport. For those with their own aircraft, we even feature a private helipad for instant arrival times. Our convenient location, selection of fun activities, and modern guest homes make us a covetable Tryon lodging option. Book your stay with us and experience for yourself how good life on the farm can be.