Belmont, North Carolina

Where Southern Charm Blossoms.

Surrounded by the natural beauty of rich forests, rolling hills and rambling banks of Lake Wylie and the Catawba River, Belmont beckons a wealth of year-long visitors with varied interests.

Once a community where the textile industry served as the lifeblood, Belmont is a burgeoning success story of thriving growth and redevelopment. A picturesque blend of old-fashioned nuances, Belmont offers historical homes, streetlamps, brick sidewalks and the simpler times of “back then.” These are the branches that support a budding business atmosphere of today, that embrace the beautiful Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, and that help to nourish arts, culture, shopping and an assortment of fascinations for all ages to enjoy. With its close proximity to Charlotte, Belmont allows visitors to take advantage of big-city amenities while enjoying a comfortable stay in a place with small-city charm.

Whether you’re visiting us for the first time for a vacation getaway or returning for a daytime activity, you’re sure to enjoy a truly unique experience in Belmont. We extend a most charming welcome to you!


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Things to Do


Spotlight: Holidays in Belmont

Make it a merry time of year in Belmont, North Carolina! The holidays begin early this November with several performances of “A Christmas Carol!” at Belmont Abbey College.

Allow the season to unfold following Thanksgiving with the twinkling lights of Holidays at the Garden at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Also envelop yourself in sparkle and shine in nearby McAdenville as it annually transforms into Christmas Town USA. It’s a bright and jolly celebration across historic Belmont – from the glimmering glow to festivities that include the Belmont Christmas Parade on Dec. 5 and the Downtown Christmas Village on Dec. 8.

We’ll see you soon as we await Santa’s arrival. Happy Holidays!

Where to Eat


Spotlight: Old Stone Steakhouse

Mouth-watering meals alongside a glass of wine in a warm, inviting atmosphere. For ten years, the downtown staple Old Stone Steakhouse has charmed guests with delicious dishes, an extensive beer and wine list, a large outdoor patio and its new cocktail and cigar bar, Jailhouse – aptly named for the former police confinement area it now occupies.

For more than 100 years, the Belmont Police Department occupied a 2,800 foot space on Main Street. In 2007, Old Stone Steakhouse restored the historic space, offering upscale steak and seafood at casual prices within a welcoming, preserved environment. Make your winter a little warmer with delectable dining at this downtown restaurant.

Where to Sleep


Spotlight: Hampton Inn

Conveniently located just eight miles from the center of Charlotte, N.C., we are only seven miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The Hampton Inn by Hilton Charlotte/Belmont@Montcross features an on-site convenience store, meeting rooms, suites, an outdoor pool, a fitness center and wifi. The Belmont location recently achieved a ranking of #2 in the state of North Carolina among Hampton Inns by customer reviews.