Holiday Beech Villas—Your Mountain Destination

Buildings and Grounds


  • The roofs on B, C, D, E, G, H and Clubhouse buildings have been replaced within the last 7 years.
  • The A building Renovation has been complete (the railings will be replaced at the end of the entire renovation of all buildings, due to the railings being brand new.
  • ​The D building is complete, with the railings being worked on.

On-Going Maintenance Tasks:

  • Roads:
    Expect snow covered roads during the winter, although we've had snow as early as October and as late as May. Therefore, keeping roads accessible during that time may not always be possible. We try to plow when there is anywhere from 3 to 6 inches, depending if it is a light snow or heavy snow, but even as we plow, and it continues to snow, the driveways may be slippery. That is why we ALWAYS recommend to check on weather conditions before coming to Beech Mountain and have either all-wheel drive, 4-wheel drive or chains for your vehicle.
  • Decks
    Keeping decks safe from debris that so that egress and ingress are easily accomplished.
    ​Leaving shovels and ice melt at all stairs and landings during the winter months
  • Landscaping
    Keeping the property free of trash along landscape, roads and common areas.
    Trimming grass at least once a month and removing fallen tree limbs once a season.
  • Common Grounds Maintenance
    Fixing and replacing lighting problems
    Pressure wash front decks and stairs
    Replace loose or broken railings and deck planks
    Cleaning gutters
  • Winterization
    Each November inspection of all units include turning on heat to 50 degrees to prevent frozen pipes; checking proper operation of water heaters; checking proper operation of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors and replace if necessary; making sure no windows are doors are left opened.

    All heaters in crawlspaces left at 50 degrees to prevent frozen pipes.

    During major winter events, with temperatures below 15 degrees, all units are inspected, heat may be increased to 60 degrees and water left dripping to prevent frozen pipes.

    All heat is turned down in May.