From time to time, guests have shared legends of The Inn at Honey Run that they have read or overheard. Some popular legends regard the construction of the Honeycombs, however most are inaccurate. Using principles of organic architecture, the Honeycombs were built into our sloping hillside and opened in September 1988. They seamlessly exist in the landscape without disturbing the natural shapes and colors. They were the vision of Marge Stock, our founder.
Other legends include the origin of our name and fresh creek, Honey Run, that flows through our acreage. Most of these legends do not have historical fact to support them. If you hear a Honey Run legend and it doesn’t sound factual, visit us and debunk the myth yourself!
One response to “The Legends of Honey Run”
My great Aunts Madge and Jessie owned the 100 acre farm when we visited there in the summers between 1950-1952. We always heard that it was called Honey Run but no idea where the name came from.
Would love to know If you can tell me, and is your farm part of the original 100 acres?