- The stately Greyfield Inn oozes that romantic, historic Southern ambiance like no other, and it's easy to see why: the turn-of-the-century building was originally the grand vacation home of the Carnegie family. But you don't have a be a wealthy industrialist to enjoy the charmingly restful luxury anymore. You can enjoy five-star dining three meals a day, as well as a catering cocktail hour, as well as antique-adorned rooms and a plethora of outdoors activities. Day passes are also available. It's no wonder the Greyfield Inn has earned accolades from big names like Travel + Leisure and National Geographic.