Creekside Ambiance - each room
has a private deck by the stream

 

Sandee's Blog
as the Wedding Fairygodmother

 

Larry & Sandee


Your Timberwolf Creek Hosts, Larry and Sandra Wright


It will be our pleasure to
 make your visit with us a
 refreshing and memorable
 experience. Yada, yada,
 yada... :-)
 

Ok, yeah, so what, this is a
 really old picture --but wow
 we look good, so this is
 the one I'm going with. 
If you don't see these
 people when you arrive at
 Timberwolf Creek, um...
 look for their parents.
 That'll be us! 
 

Actually, the day this photo
 was taken stands out in
 my mind because it was
 so darned much fun.
 There were costumes
(no, we did not arrive
in formalwear) and
a hairdresser and
 choreographer. 

At one point, the
 photographer told Larry,
 "Act like you like her."
 And Larry said, "If we
get any closer, you're
going to have to
leave the room."


Ok, ok,
here's our REAL
picture...

Larry & Sandee


 

 

 

Our coffee is
Elida Estate
from Panama.


This award-winner is
roasted and shipped to us
from the Lamastas family.
 

Then it's brewed here
with our own
mountain spring water.
 

You won't find a better
cup of coffee
anywhere.



If you enjoy it as much as we do,
order from
www.geishacoffee.com


(No, we don't make commissions.
We just like to spread the word
when we find something special.)


 

 

Your Innkeepers:
Larry & Sandee Wright
yourhosts@timberwolfcreek.com 
Toll-free (888) 525-4218
or Locally (828) 926-2608
Maggie Valley, North Carolina

 




PROPERTY

The two king suites are in the main
building, named The Creek House.
The two queen rooms are in the guest
house, named The Black Bear Cottage in
the Woods.
Click either to see a floor plan.

Or HERE if you'd prefer to rent one of
the houses as a stand-alone vacation rental.

 

POLICIES

 

The pictures were taken by MWHL (My Wonderful Husband, Larry) and as such, are all Copyright Timberwolf Creek.    --Sandee


The Timberwolf Creek Family

 

Meet Your Hosts

Larry & Sandee


Ok, that's what we look like in New Orleans, anyway...

 

In case you haven't noticed throughout this website and during any phone or email conversations you and I may have had, a sense of humor is mandatory here.  Not optional.  (Really.  See silly woman in plastic tiara below.)  Bring your toothbrush.  Bring your suitcase.  Bring your funny bone.  Your sense of humor.  Maybe some Witty Repartee.  That's about all you'll need.

 


 

BREAKFAST: AN EPICUREAN ADVENTURE

 

There are not many things I'd rather do than cook your breakfast.  When we go out for dinner, I'm searching the appetizer and dessert menus for inspiration.  I have as much fun looking for recipes to adapt as other people do finding seashells on the beach.  It's a treasure hunt!  Once, while vacationing in Florida, my sister took me to a charming little Italian coffee shop.  I wasn't wearing my reading glasses (yeah ok I'm old, so what) and even at arm's length, I was still trying to make out the little menu.  The menu said 'breakfast' and then had the Italian word right next to it.  Instead of realizing that 'colazione' was just the translation, I squinted at the menu and said, "Wow!  Hey!  They have breakfast calzones!  I wonder what those are like!"  Ok, ok, they didn't have any breakfast calzones, but my sister and I spent the rest of the day coming up with possibilities, and then experimented on our unsuspecting families the following day.  That's MY idea of a great vacation.  (The winner, by the way, is puff pastry filled with a combination of ricotta, parmesan, fresh basil, diced plum tomatoes, and scrambled eggs, with a parmesan cream sauce on the side.)


My training in the kitchen began about fifteen minutes into B&B ownership. Fourteen years, a collection of two hundred cookbooks (and counting) and lots of fabulous foodie trips later (cooking classes in New Orleans, at the Country Inn Cooking School in Virginia, and behind-the-scenes experiences in several dozen B&Bs across the country) yield a wealth of ideas that we can bring to the table.  And, there's that true love of cooking and creating beautiful, delicious food!

 

My Other Hat is a Tiara.

 

THE WEDDING FAIRYGODMOTHER

Thought I was kidding about the tiara, didn't you.
Hey, I'm not Queen of the Kitchen for nothing.
And Wedding Fairygodmother.  You oughta see my magic wand.  That's right.  I have one.
(And yes, that IS a polyester mink apron, eat your heart out.)

If you're planning a wedding, I'm your gal.  You can read all about it on the wedding website (MaggieValleyWeddings.com) or you can just send me an email message
and I'll answer whatever questions you have about getting married here.
You thought my innkeeper@timberwolfcreek.com email address was long?
Check this one out:
fairygodmother@maggievalleyweddings.com

Good grief.  I probably should've thought that through before setting up the website.  But still, I do get tickled about being qualified for either.

 

Wasn't kidding about the magic wand, either.

How cool is that??!

 




THE WEDDING FAERIES
Since I call myself the Wedding Fairygodmother, and can't quite create that much magic alone, I really need  Wedding Faeries. 

 



Other family team members...

 

Speaking of back-up faeries, here's my favorite - Jamie!  Jamie is a Most Wonderful Daughter-in-Law.  (After being corrected many times by folks who tell me, "No, mine is the most wonderful daughter-in-law," I've changed her title from The most to A most, just to keep the peace.  Even though I was right.  And she is.  She's also a great cook and an excellent wedding faerie.  And a wonderful daughter-in-law.

Here we are in action:  Sandee, Letitia, and Jamie

 

What would a wonderful daughter-in-law be, without a wonderful son?  Here's Nick.  Nick was the innkeeper here for three years, giving me a chance to focus on weddings and, well (moms will understand) to hang out with Nick.  He's a talented chef and I learned a good deal while he was here.  You may be served his Eggs Nicholas during your stay!

 

Ashley interned with us for several years, and has left us for college in Tennessee.  (Although she does pop in now and then!)  Sarah (pictured on right) and Tony were guests here, then they were engaged here, and then they were married here, and then they moved here!  How fun is that, to choose your neighbors?  :)