History


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Summer has officially began and here on the mountain temperatures are climbing into the 90’s already! So, what are your summer plans? Perhaps a trip to the mountains? A place where you can see several waterfalls under the canopy of shade trees, visit a few wineries, sit by a pool […]

Summer is Here!!!


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The Weaver Mansion, as it was known in 1965, was built with four rooms in the main house. Originally, each room was decked out in a specific color. From the carpet that covered the floors to the tile that was in the bathrooms, to the phones that hung on the […]

The Weaver Mansion, Lodge Rooms


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” May every sunrise bring you hope, and every sunset bring you peace.” The main lodge of the Secret sits on the bluff in a way that every season is seen at it’s best. During the hot days of summer, the sun barely touches the windows of the main living […]

The Weaver Mansion, Part 3



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“May every sunrise bring you hope, and every sunset bring you peace.” The main lodge of the Secret sits on the bluff in a way that every season is seen at it’s best. During the hot days of summer, the sun barely touches the windows of the main living area […]

The Weaver Mansion, Part 3


Lights
Today, most of us don’t have a land line to our house for phone service. In 1965 when the “Weaver Mansion”, now known as The Secret Bed and Breakfast was built it had 42 phone jacks for land lines in every room and bathroom plus several in the main lodge. […]

The Weaver Mansion – Part 2


Building the Lodge
When Millard Weaver built what is now the main lodge of The Secret Bed and Breakfast in 1965 it was considered extravagant for its time. Built on solid bedrock, the tile for the floor was imported from Italy. The wood beams in the ceiling are 2′ x 8′ double tongue […]

The Secret Bed and Breakfast Main Lodge



Morning in the Lodge
In 1965 when the main lodge was erected it was known as the “Weaver Mansion”. It’s owner, Millard Weaver, loved people and would host friends, family and events in his extravagant home. The big table, which serves as the social gathering place for the bed and breakfast has two stories […]

The Weaver Mansion aka The Secret Bed and Breakfast