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Three inns in historic Jackson County date back to the 1880s. The Jarrett House in Dillsboro was built to accommodate the first railroad travelers. Visitors now come from afar just for the family-style food. In the same city, the Squire Watkins Inn is a replica of the house in which owner Flora Watkins had started a bed and breakfast. The third inn was originally the home of Wade Hampton, a confederate general and governor of South Carolina in the late 1800s, but is now High Hampton Inn and Country Club. Jackson County is only minutes away from the Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the county's Whiteside Mountain is said to have the largest cliffs in the East.