Basic, trendy or out-of-the-ordinary: lodging options in Walhalla offer something for everyone. Whether you prefer a standard hotel room, a hip downtown studio or luxurious accommodations in a unique setting, you’ll find it all in this small mountain town.
Pick one of these for your stay in Walhalla:
The Majestic Treehouse – A stay in this magical, one-of-a-kind treehouse may be the highlight of your trip to Walhalla and one you will long remember. You’ve got to see this place to believe it.
Built from timber harvested on the 40-acre property, the glamorous and whimsical treehouse features a one-bedroom cottage connected by a suspension bridge to a two-tier deck. Outdoor amenities include a shower, barbecue grill, pizza oven and fire pit.
Inside the cozy, one-bedroom home you’ll find a hand-painted antique king-size bed, a fireplace, vintage fine china and cool amenities like a record player. And yes, it has an indoor bathroom, hot water and central heating and air conditioning. What you won’t find is a TV, but that’s a plus for those who are looking for a retreat in nature.
Within the property are creeks, gardens, a tiny muscadine vineyard and 2.5 miles of trails through a beautiful forest. The wooded pathway is suitable for walking, jogging and mountain biking (but you’ll need to bring your own bikes).
Plan to eat in town or bring a cooler with food and beverages. Organic, locally roasted coffee is provided.
One look at The Majestic Treehouse and you’ll see why it has been named the most popular Airbnb in South Carolina and featured in Architectural Digest, Buzzfeed, Condé Nast Traveler and Southern Living.
To make booking fair for everyone, rental dates are released at noon on the 15th of each month. Make your reservations early as the treehouse sells out fast.
Lofts Over Main – If you love the charm of historic buildings, this is the place for you. Once the living quarters of 19th-century downtown shopkeepers, these upscale studio lofts ooze nostalgia with their exposed brick walls, vintage furniture and romantic chandeliers. But not to worry, they have all the amenities of the modern era, including custom kitchen cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
Choose from the Walhalla Studio or Chattooga Studio, both designed to feel like a bungalow from the early 1900s with their rustic motif and local memorabilia. After a day of adventure in the mountains, the lofts are the perfect place to settle in for the night.
Rodeway Inn & Suites – If a standard motel room is more to your liking, the Rodeway Inn fits the bill. You’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi and coffee, a microwave, a small refrigerator and a flat-screen TV with premium movie channels, including HBO.