Experience A Labor Day "Safecation"

Each of us continue to adjust and live within COVID-19 guidelines while enjoying these stunning Blue Ridge Mountains.  This week, Gov. Cooper increased indoor and outdoor seating limits, and allowed museums to open.  We're happy to announce the re-opening of the Historic Carson House Museum (828-724-4948) and Mountain Gateway Museum (828-668-9259).  Call for hours and details. Governor Cooper's recent updates are below. 

Our seasonal businesses remain open including downtown Marion's Shucks Pearls, Little Switzerland businesses including lodging properties (Alpine Inn, Big Lynn Lodge, Switzerland Inn and Chalet Restaurant), Switzerland Cafe, Emerald Village, and Little Switzerland Books and Beans.

We're happy to answer your questions and assist you in planning a "safecation" around Marion, Old Fort, Lake James, Little Switzerland, and Linville Falls.  Call us!  828-668-4282

N.C. Gov. Cooper's most recent order includes the following;

  • Bars, nightclubs, movie theaters, amusement parks, dance halls, and other entertainment facilities will remain closed.
  • Restaurants remain subject to capacity limits (50%) and other requirements for in-person dining.
  • Personal care businesses such as hair salons, nail salons, barber shops and more remain subject to capacity limits (50%) and other requirements. Retail shops are also open at 50% capacity.
  • Large venues remain subject to the mass gathering limits (25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors).
  • Wedding receptions and other private events remain subject to the mass gathering limits.
  • Face coverings are still required in public.

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