The Mimosa Inn was a large, mansion-type home that served as an inn/resort in Tyron, North Carolina in the early 1900's. Reportedly it had all the modern conveniences for that time.
From the Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky, Southern Railway (U.S.). Passenger Traffic Department, 1915 (online): "The Mimosa Hotel--W. H. Stearns, proprietor--is located in a grove of Mimosa trees about a mile and a quarter from the Southern Railway station. It caters exclusively to winter travelers and tourists, being open to guests from December 1st until May 1st. It is heated by a furnace, lighted by electricity, and is equipped and furnished throughout in a modern and comfortable fashion."
When it was built, The Mimosa could accommodate up to 100 people. The booklet tells of guests coming in 1908, and the articles advertise its sale in 1977.