The Jarrett House in Western North Carolina was established in 1884. The Jarrett House is a beautiful bed and breakfast inn, complete with Victorian style furnishings and family style dining. An historic inn and restaurant well known in the mountains of North Carolina for their traditional, family style dining. The Jarrett House is one of western North Carolina's oldest operating inns and is located in historic Dillsboro, in western North Carolina. The Jarrett House is an older, more traditional location for lodging in Western North Carolina. Since 1884, the historic Jarrett House Inn and Restaurant has provided lodging for travelers, first by train and now by road. The Victorian style inn has been completely refurbished with period antiques. They are most well known for their family style dining and their huge home-cooked meals, first made famous by Miss Sallie Jarrett and still continuing today. Special features of the menu include trout and chicken, homemade biscuits and homemade, old-fashioned Vinegar Pies. The Jarrett House, a Western North Carolina tradition, has been well known for country ham and red eye gravy for over 120 years. Although the historic Western North Carolina Inn has had four owners since the Jarrett family, each has committed to continue the tradition of a family style, home-cooked menu. The Jarrett House is known for their southern hospitality. So when traveling the Southern Highroads make sure you stop in Dillsboro North Carolina to visit us.