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The Nu Wray Inn is a historic hotel in Burnsville, North Carolina. It is best noted for being in operation as a hotel and commercial lodging venue since 1833.

The Nu Wray Inn was established around the time when the Yancey County was formed. It is older than Burnsville by a year, as it was founded first before the town. It was originally made of logs with eight bedrooms, a dining room, and a kitchen. The current structure was built in 1833, with its 26 guest rooms.

The Nu Wray Inn has welcomed highly esteemed visitors like Thomas Wolfe in 1929 while he was a witness for a murder trial, Elvis Presley, and William Sidney Porter. It was reopened just recently after Bob Cohen and Lisa England purchased and restored the site. 12 of the 26 rooms are already available for reservations.
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