The SpaceThe room features a faux leather studded queen-sized bed with a memory foam mattress, making your night more comfortable than ever. A table and two chairs offers extra seating and a convenient work space. Kids are welcome!
BOOK NOW FOR 2017 ANTIQUE BIKES ON MAIN! Calling all motorcycle enthusiasts! Whether you're in town for Chesnee's Antique Bikes on Main, or simply riding through, the Vintage Motorcycle Room offers classic charm with modern comforts, prepared especially with you in mind. This space pays homage to the golden era of motorcycles, whose design, style, and culture is celebrated annually, every last weekend in July just one block from our home. Antique motorcycle parts, photographs, and other motorcycle memorabilia remind you why motorcycles have retained their "cool" for generations.
This room features a queen-sized bed, smart TV, and access to high-speed wireless Internet. A shared, full-bathroom lies just steps away. We offer bed and bath linens and a selection of toiletry items for your convenience. Forgot something? Please just ask, and we'll do our very best to accommodate your needs. Guest AccessYou're welcome to enjoy all of our public spaces, including the full use of the kitchen, family room, formal living room, and wide wrap-around porch. Please make yourself at home. Interaction with GuestsWe thoroughly enjoy interacting with guests, but as experienced travelers ourselves, we understand the need for privacy, too. As such, we'll let you set the pace. Please feel free to join us for morning coffee around the kitchen table, or share with us your daily adventures before retiring each night. We'd love to hear how your visit is going.
We're more than happy to make recommendations for area attractions, shopping, and dining. If there's anything we can do to make your visit special, please let us know. The NeighborhoodWalking the streets of Chesnee is like stepping back into a time where life was defined by a slower, simpler pace. Our home lies just one block away from the historic heart of Chesnee. Walk past the original brick buildings that sprang up in the early 1900s, within earshot of the then-bustling Clinchfield Railroad.
Visit Chesnee Hardware to view vintage tools and farm equipment, as well as experience the charm of small town customer service. Offering a variety of general merchandise for home and farm, Chesnee Hardware maintains the look and ambiance of a classic general store.
If you're feeling under the weather, Cash & Henderson Drugs is our corner pharmacy, well-stocked with items to make your visit as comfortable and healthy as possible. Don't miss the mural on the side of the building, giving you a special glimpse into the days where soda counters were the "hot spots" in towns across America.
Only at Bantam Chef will you experience authentic diner cooking, in an incredible 1950s atmosphere. Eat alongside an authentic Studebaker and other vintage vehicles and memorabilia that pay homage to a booming post-war nation, and just the right amount of rock-n-roll. Be sure to drop some coins in the corner jukebox to complete your experience!
Experiencing car trouble? "Doc's" Drivetime is just down the street, where Doc himself will be more than happy to help get you on your way again, while sharing with you some of the highlights of our small town. Expect nothing less than the best in service and commitment to a job done right.
Within the center of Chensee, you'll find everything you need--an upscale delicatessen, spicy Mexican, family-style Italian, barbershops, salons, antique and furniture stores, and so much more.
The historical Battle of Cowpens site is just minutes away, with a phenomenal interactive visitors center and regular tours of the battlefield. This national park offers miles of walking and hiking trails, picnic areas, and overnight camping and RV parking.
If you're looking for a bigger city experience, Gaffney lies a short drive down Highway 11 with Premium Outlet shopping, featuring Pottery Barn, Coach, Kate Spade, Eddie Bauer, Nike, and more. Don't miss Gaffney's giant "Peachoid," the local water tower, which lies between Exit 90 and 92.
Spartanburg lies less than 20 minutes away, and is the cultural heart of the Upstate, with numerous performing arts venues, art and historical museums, parks and public sculptures, live music stages, and a wealth of upscale and casual dining options.
The North Carolina border lies less than 15 minutes away, making Chesnee a convenient home base for traveling throughout the North Carolina Piedmont areas, including Kings Mountain, Shelby, historic Rutherfordton, and puts you well on your way to the nation's furniture capital, just north of Charlotte. Other Things to NotePlease view our other listing--"The Train Room," offering a guests a unique stay in a room paying homage to the railroad that inspired our small town.
If you enjoyed your stay in the Vintage Motorcycle Room, please share your experiences with others looking for a peaceful retreat. Also, stay tuned as we offer more spaces and overnight availability in the near future!