An Ordinary is an old English term for a rest stop for travelers. An Ordinary offered a room for the night, a stable for your horse and warm meals. We came upon this name as the cabin dates to the late 1700s. The Appalachians still had wild places and travelers through these parts looked for safe, overnight resting places as they journeyed through the mountains. As the Scotts were known to settle along the ridges and with our Scottish heritage we wanted to cater to this Ordinary concept and be in keeping with the colonial period of our Nation’s history.
Our current offering is one King Suite and two full service RV campsites. For more information about the Ordinary follow the links provided to check availability.