Flat Rock Playhouse presents the music of Garth Brooks & Allan Jackson. Join the Flat Rock Playhouse April 19– 29, 2018 as they pay tribute to Garth Brooks & Allan Jackson, both inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. They have performed individually and with others throughout their careers. A night out with a special friend includes a 10% discount for dinner at one of our partner restaurants, 2 tickets to the performance and a weekend overnight stay; prices starts at $145. Discounted rates apply for stays of more than 1 night.
Spring is the time to re-energize your mind and body. Renew that person inside with a quick getaway to a vacation favorite in Western NC. Come enjoy some mountain sunshine, budding trees and fresh air. Stay a Friday and Saturday night at the regular rate and receive a 3rd night for 30% off the 3rd night. If you stay an additional night, we’ll take 40% off that night’s rate. The Special is good from April 4th to April 29th, 2018.
Flat Rock Playhouse presents “The Music of Bob Seger”. Bob Seger is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and pianist. He was a Detroit-area musician who performed mainly around Detroit till the early 1970’s, when after forming the Silver Bullet Band with other Detroit area musicians, became nationally recognized. His career has spanned more than six decades and he has sold more than 100 million records worldwide. Seger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012. Join the Playhouse for a special evening of contemporary adult music, April 4 - 8th, 2018. A night out with a special friend includes a 10% discount for dinner at one of our partner restaurants, 2 tickets to the performance and a weekend overnight stay; prices start at $145. Discounted rates apply for stays of more than 1 night.
In this, our 15th year of ownership, it is fitting to thank you for your patronage! We appreciate the confidence you’ve placed in us. Our thanks to those who have reserved their favorite units year after year. We always look forward to seeing our regulars.
During these changing times, you’ve see changes to our website, as well as the addition of social media.We have hosted numerous reunions, retreats, meetings and friends. We’ve updated some of our lodging options and have plans to do more remodeling in the future.
We love being a part of this area. From the activity around apple season and our beautiful autumns to the blooming springs to the frosty winters and moderate summers, owing an inn within these four seasons has given us an opportunity to meet so many good people.
We hope your 2018 leisure plans will include Mill House Lodge so you can revisit the beauty and serenity of the Western North Carolina Mountains and enjoy the many historic attractions.
Thanks again for supporting the Mill House Lodge!
Sincerely, Bob and the Mill House Lodge Staff
February 9-May 13, 2018
Make your plans to stay with us and go see it before it's gone!
The first large-scale exhibition of fashions from Oscar-winning “Titanic” movie is a showstopper! Titled “Glamour on Board: Fashion from Titanic the Movie”, see 53 costumes inside Biltmore House and other locations on the estate. You'll see the costumes during the regular self-guided tour, so there's no additional fee.
The exhibition represents the extensive wardrobes preferred by transatlantic travelers like George and Edith Vanderbilt in the early 1900s. Photo: Molly Brown, Countess of Rothes & Captain EJ Smith.
Each display has an information board so you can learn not only about the costumes, but also about the Vanderbilts’ extensive travels and connections to the Titanic.
The 1997 blockbuster “Titanic” movie starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, winning a record 11 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Costume Design. See the dress from the famous "I'm Flying" scene on the bow of the ship!
Glamour on Board Premium Guided Tour: For more in-depth information, take a 90-minute escorted tour with stories behind the costume design and creation. Also discover little-known details about passengers aboard Titanic and George and Edith Vanderbilt’s connection. Daily at 10 AM and 3:30 PM. $45/person (in addition to regular admission). Advance reservations are recommended. Call 1-800-411-3812
The costumes evoke the lifestyle of the era, when voyages on great ocean liners of the early 20th century offered luxury on ships known as “floating palaces.” First class passengers took every opportunity to see and be seen in the fashions of the time, including strolling the promenade deck and dining at elegant formal dinners.
Did you know George & Edith booked Titanic Cabins?
After spending the fall and winter of 1911 in Paris, the Vanderbilts decided to return home on the maiden voyage of the "unsinkable" Titanic. But George and Edith instead decided to sail on Titanic's sister ship Olympic a week earlier (departing April 3rd) when they learned friends and family would be on that ship. Since their plans changed at the last minute, their servants did not have time to pack six months worth of family belongings. So Footman Edwin Wheeler sailed with their remaining luggage on the Titanic a week later. He was one of the 1,516 people to perish.