A nonprofit bed and breakfast designed to create a vacation get away for children and adults with special needs and their caregivers. Built in 1928, the home is situated prominently on 5 acres. The wrap-around porch offers views of the front and side yards and the backyard offers winter views of the Black Mountains. The house was named Holly Hill because of the numerous holly trees dotting the landscape. Visits are customized, including meals from a specialized menu. Reserve a bedroom with a queen-size bed (for the adults), a bunk room with 2 bunks (for the kids) and private bathroom, or an entire floor. The game/sensory room, the dining room and a den/playroom are shared common areas. A variety of indoor and outdoor activities are available, as well as the opportunity to explore Lake James and the surrounding attractions.