Hamrick-Goode House
About Us
As a guest at the Hamrick-Goode House, you will relax in the comfort and charm of a restored, turn-of-the-century farmhouse while enjoying the southern hospitality and quiet surroundings characteristic of beautiful Boiling Springs, North Carolina.

Noah Hamrick, a prominate landowner and farmer, built the house in 1905 as a private residence for his daughter, Essie Hamrick Goode. The house is located in a tranquil country setting in the Carolina Foothills. During a three-year period which began in 2000, extensive renovations transformed the house into a lovely, romantic country getaway it is today.

The Hamrick-Goode House offers three guestrooms, each with its own unique decor and private bath (each room accommodates two adults). Handsome furnishings, combined with period pieces including family heirlooms and keepsake antiques, are displayed throughout the guestrooms, living room, sitting room and full kitchen. Custom-made window treatments and original doors and hardware accentuate the elegant environment. The large wrap-around porch, complete with oversized rockers and an inviting porch swing, offers a picturesque view of nearby Gardner-Webb University.

The Hamrick-Goode House is the ideal choice for a romantic weekend,  a North Carolina vacation getaway or if you are looking for the perfect place to host a bridal party or the perfect location for your bridal portraits. We invite you to visit with us and enjoy all that the Hamrick-Goode House and the enchanting North Carolina foothills have to offer!
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