The historic Blair House was built in 1893 by country lawyer Joseph Reese Blair. The Blair House now provides gracious bed and breakfast accommodations in a hometown setting. Completely renovated in 2001, four guest suites are available, each with bedroom, sitting room, and private bath. Each suite also has in-room cable, dvd, and phone, as well as individual climate control. A complimentary refreshment center with snacks and beverages is also available. The home has been family-owned for over 100 years and the innkeepers are Reese Blair's granddaughter Claudia Blair Bulthuis and her husband Jim.
The Blair House is located in rural Montgomery County. The surrounding Uwharrie National Forest offers hiking, canoeing, and horse-back riding. Within an easy drive are historic sites such as The Alston House and Town Creek Indian Mound. Other points of interest include the North Carolina Zoo, Seagrove Potteries, and antique shopping in Cameron and Ellerbe. Several local golf courses are available, or a 45 minute drive east will bring you to Pinehurst, North Carolina's golf center.
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