Bed and Breakfasts in Asheville NC offer a truly unique experience. Considered to be one of the most environmentally-friendly, bohemian, hipster towns on the east coast, Asheville certainly has a vibe like no other.
The Applewood is one of the longest continuously operating bed and breakfast style hotels in Asheville having transformed from a private residence in the late 1980’s. The house was completed in 1912 by Captain John Adams Perry who was the great nephew of brothers Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry and Commodore Matthew Galbraith Perry. The New England Style Colonial Revival two-story structure is frame construction with a stone masonry foundation, cedar shake siding featuring a pediment entrance supported on Doric columns and flanking porches. The main level of the Manor consists of a large entry hall from front to back, parlor, living room, formal dining room, butler’s pantry, half bath, kitchen and basement stairs. There are fireplaces in the parlor, living room and dining room. The second level consists of a large hallway, built-in linen storage cabinets, stairs to the third level, and four of our 6 guest rooms, each with its private bathroom. There are fireplaces and balconies for all rooms except the Northern Spy on the second level. The third level consists of the large one room Winesap Suite with a luxury bath and sitting area. The house is approximately 6,000 square feet in size. We offer bespoke guest experiences for cycling, culinary and business leadership. We maintain a fleet of incredible 3T Exploro bikes for our guests to rent and can put together any type of cycling experience you wish. Our kitchen was fully renovated in early 2021 and is now a chef’s dream. Enjoy our cuisine or come inside and cook with us. Our house is a perfect venue to for intimate private events including weddings, receptions, family reunions, a friends’ gathering, charity events and any number of other themes.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina’s peaceful Kenilworth neighborhood, Sweet Biscuit Inn is a 1915 Colonial Revival home with 6 guest rooms, a two-room suite, and a private pet and kid-friendly carriage house. We are less than two miles from Downtown Asheville, a thriving cultural center filled with shops, galleries, breweries, and restaurants, and less than 1 mile from quaint Biltmore Village and the entrance to the Biltmore Estate. Guests are encouraged to explore the grounds or relax on the large covered front porch with a local beer, a glass of wine, or a steaming cup of Italian dark roast coffee. Sweet Biscuit Inn features uniquely decorated and unusually spacious room with 11-foot ceilings, private baths with antique tubs or walk-in showers, HDTV, A/C, wireless internet, and cozy bathrobes. Each stay in the main house includes a hearty and homemade three-course breakfast for two.
Pinecrest, a beautifully restored 5 bedroom inn built in 1905, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is conveniently located in historic Montford, an easy one-mile walk to downtown Asheville, 3 miles to the Biltmore Estate and just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Start your day with an indulgent breakfast served at 9 am and upon your return, enjoy homemade cookies and beverages while relaxing on our sun porch. Let innkeepers Dan & Diane make your trip memorable.
Oakland Cottage Bed and Breakfast is an Asheville historic home, circa 1910, for the perfect Vacation In Asheville. This 5,000 square-ft "cottage" has been naturally separated into private rooms. The open common areas, available to all guests, create a warm and spacious feel. Oakland Cottage is about a mile from the entrance to the Biltmore Estate and just over a mile from Asheville's historic downtown district. There is a delightful full breakfast each morning in the dining room served anytime between 8:30 - 9:30 (special diet needs or a lighter option for earlier or later breakfast needs are available with a 24 hour notice). Additionally, there are complimentary coffee & teas available in the dining area all day. The first floor rooms are pet friendly (review pet stay agreement). Your well behaved pet is welcome with acceptance of our Pet agreement and a per night per pet fee. Some of the rooms allow for an additional guest. If more than 2 guests are staying in a guest room, there is a $20 ea addl guest fee. Well behaved children are welcome.
The ASIA Bed and Breakfast Spa offers the best of both worlds, providing a tranquil retreat just a 10-minute walk from the thriving city of Asheville, North Carolina. Our 5 luxurious suites all have king beds, gas fireplaces, en-suite two-person Jacuzzis, private baths, seating areas, and cable TV. Guests can use the Finnish Sauna and European Steam Shower anytime - the spa is not open to the public. Spa treatments take place in private treatment rooms. Please inquire about spa packages.
Built in 1894, the Beaufort House Inn is a meticulously restored bed & breakfast situated on 1.5 tranquil acres in the Chestnut Hill Historic District of vibrant Asheville, North Carolina. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and features yesterday's charm alongside today's luxury. We offer 8 romantic rooms with private baths and Jacuzzis, (2 also have private entrances), as well as 3 lovely guest cottages with private entrances and private decks.
Sourwood Inn is secluded, sophisticated and comfortable. Located in Asheville, NC the inn sits on one hundred acres of hilly terrain at an elevation of 3,200 feet. Each of Sourwood Inn's guest rooms has a private balcony overlooking the Reems Creek Valley, a wood-burning fireplace and a tub with a view.
Welcome to the Albemarle Inn, our home in Asheville, North Carolina. We invite you to enjoy our lovingly restored 1909 Greek Revival mansion during your visit to Asheville. Stay and allow us to provide you with a relaxing, quiet respite from your hectic and busy world. Located in the tranquil residential Grove Park District of Asheville, our Inn offers the best of Asheville: Biltmore Estate, downtown eateries & nightlife, shopping, the Blue Ridge Parkway, National Parks and Forests, and outdoor sports all within your grasp. A two mile drive from our door places you in the heart of downtown, Biltmore Village and endless activities. Enjoy the Inn’s timeless appeal, as you unwind and relax on our veranda, enjoying our gardens in solitude, or the company of each other. Perhaps socialize with other guests of the mansion, while enjoying the morning’s first sip of coffee. In the evening, watch the sun set over the nearby mountains while savoring refreshments and genteel conversations, letting go of all your worries as time stands still...
Welcome to the 1889 WhiteGate Inn & Cottage, a romantic retreat that combines the ambience of an Asheville Bed and Breakfast with the luxurious elegance of a boutique hotel. The WhiteGate is the closest inn to historic downtown Asheville and its many attractions. We offer a variety of on-site spa treatments that you can enjoy in the privacy of your own room. Our lush, award-winning gardens feature an extensive collection of exotic plants - an unforgettable wedding venue. We are proud recipients of the AAA 4-Diamond Award. Pet-friendly.
North Lodge on Oakland is convenient to all that is Asheville. Only a five-minute drive to the gates of the Biltmore Estate, this bed and breakfast offers you convenience as well as comfort! The wonderful outdoor activities seem to be endless – great trails, carriage rides, equestrian center, kayaking and, of course, the Bistro and Deerpark Restaurants. You’ll find all this and more within the grounds of the Biltmore Estate, one mile from the North Lodge. There are so many wonderful things to see beyond the Biltmore House. Downtown Asheville, NC, with its many charming antique shops, gift stores, restaurants, art museums, and performing arts venues, is only a mile away. There is always a celebration going on here. “Always affordable luxury” is the mission of our Asheville bed and breakfast. We try to cater to each guest’s needs. Vegetarians are frequent and welcomed, as are celebrations of anniversaries, honeymoons, and birthdays. If you are celebrating any special occasion and would like a beautiful arrangement of roses or flowers in your room, please give us a call. Enjoy a relaxing massage, provided by a married couple that is experienced and skilled at massage therapy.
The Crooked Oak Mountain Inn is set on three gently wooded acres in Asheville, NC where the air is pure, the views are breathtaking and the atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed. A beautiful place to be for any season, visit us to enjoy the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains along with a warm, casual, and friendly atmosphere.
The Lion and The Rose Bed and Breakfast is an exceptional value in the center of Asheville’s Historic District. This beautiful Queen Anne, sitting on a terraced lawn, offers romance and a place for private relaxation. An easy walk to downtown Asheville and minutes from Biltmore and the Blue Ridge Parkway. This historic 1898 inn has 4 rooms and 1 suite. Each room is uniquely decorated with antiques and period style furnishings yet offer modern amenities such as complimentary wifi, flat screen TVs/DVD players, and luxury bedding. Some rooms also have a cozy fireplace and the suite has its own private balcony. Relax and enjoy the mountain air from our large wraparound front porch or our backyard fire pit. Enjoy a 2 course cooked breakfast, a 24 hour guest pantry with snacks and soft drinks and a complimentary beer hour.
Experience our elegant style of southern hospitality and warm, personal service in our historic Arts and Crafts home. Built in 1899 by Richard Sharp-Smith, the inn has been beautifully maintained to enhance the historic character, yet provides modern comforts without sacrificing the eloquent details of its original design. Located in Historic Downtown Asheville, close to all the city has to offer, we also feature 11 working fireplaces for romantic winter getaways. We serve an exceptional three course breakfast in our elegant dining room with tables set for two, afternoon tea and wine with o’dourves, and a divine dessert awaiting as you wind down for the evening. Our stunning property is surrounded with flowers and a koi pond so our guests can enjoy the peacefulness of nature while relaxing on our large veranda, terrace or upstairs lanai. A visit to The Black Walnut Inn is a quality experience with real value and true luxury...a fond memory for you to always remember.
This Asheville, NC bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in North Carolina. Enjoy a full breakfast, and Private bath, and handheld massagers. Our bnb in Asheville provides a smoke-free environment and large deck off of the breakfast room without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next sweet escape in Asheville, North Carolina.
The Biltmore Village Inn is the closest bed and breakfast to the Biltmore Estate, and a short walk from the shopping, restaurants and attractions. Our location is unmatched. It is the only B&B in Asheville, NC that truly has mountain views from our wrap-around porch. It is only five blocks from the main entrance to the Biltmore Estate. Biltmore Village has become a tourist attraction on its own, with shopping and excellent restaurants close to the inn. Downtown Asheville is just a few minutes away, and the Blue Ridge Parkway is very near.
Hill House Bed & Breakfast, located less than one mile from downtown Asheville, is a place with one foot very much in the present and the other in a past we all cherish. hint both of the timelessness of Grandma Knows and the romance of Guitar Nights. Unwind on the big, cozy, wraparound front porch, the kind like they stopped making long ago.
Chestnut Street Inn, a 1905 grand Colonial Revival home located in the Chestnut Hill National Historic District, caters to those looking for an experience – not simply lodging. A casual and relaxed atmosphere wil help you feel right at home. The large porches are a beautiful accent to the mellow old red brick of the exterior. Guests can relax with a good book, retreat to the jumbo rockers, or play table games with other guests. A 1/4-mile walk takes you downtown for antiquing, sightseeing, visiting art galleries, and fine dining. By car, the Biltmore Estate is 2 1/2 miles – – the Blue Ridge Parkway, Folk Art Center, hiking trails, fishing, boating, shopping malls, etc are all 15 minutes or less. Visit us and see why we won the “1997 Griffin Award” winner for excellence in historic preservation, and were “Voted best B&B in Western North Carolina” by the readers of the “Asheville Citizen-Times”. We look forward to your visit…
Welcome to 1906 Pine Crest Inn. Indulge in affordable elegance, gourmet dining, and Southern hospitality at the 1906 Pine Crest Inn located in historic Tryon, North Carolina in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. We offer intimate bed and breakfast experiences, romantic getaways, and memorable vacations in our main lodge, cabins and cottages. We also have a modern 2-story conference facility for corporate meetings & family reunions, as well as landscaped grounds for weddings & receptions. Indulge in fine dining at our award-winning restaurant, Carter’s Tavern & Wine Cellar.
Welcome to Arbor House of Black Mountain, the best location in town. Just a short stroll to our town's 33 eateries, 40 retail shops, and a few breweries. Have fun exploring and come back to the B&B to relax on our deck. or seating areas overlooking the Pisgah Forest, the Seven Sisters mountain range, and Lake Tomahawk. We have five spacious and uniquely decorated suites, all with large private bathrooms. Our Studio suite is detached and is dog-friendly. All are equipped with free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, with library, Beekind bath products, soft and comfortable sheets, towels, and robes. Asheville, The Biltmore, and the Blue Ridge Parkway are just 15 minutes away. Chef Jim prepares your full gourmet breakfast. You will be served special entrees such as stuffed French toast, Belgian waffles, or muffins with delicious egg dishes. We pick fresh ingredients from our garden and get quality local products, when available. The guest pantry has a mini-fridge stocked with soda and water as well as light snacks and baked goods. We will be happy to help you find things to do and can provide detailed information for your daily excursions. We offer whole-house rental for up to 12 people. Your family and friends can enjoy a special time together, not having to cook and clean. Just think home away from home. We welcome small weddings, elopements, and vow renewals with 20 people or less. We also cater to business needs. Come visit the most breathtaking place in Black Mountain.
Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed & Breakfast Cabins located just 10 minutes from downtown Greeneville, Tennessee is a wooded 20 acre safe getaway. Each free-standing spacious cabin has front door parking, a private entrance, fully furnished kitchen, bedrooms, and living space, WIFI and cable TV. We provide sheltered cabins removed from social contact, mountain and river vistas, and farm fresh veggies right from our organic garden, and a delicious breakfast at Gramma's Cupboard if you chose. Self check in and check out available. An ideal place to shelter securely in nature with all the comforts of home.
The newly renovated Marshall House Inn is a bed and breakfast Inn providing 4 contemporary styled rooms in a beautiful historic home located in the charming small mountain town of Marshall, NC with easy access to the best that western North Carolina has to offer. Perched on a hill, the Inn offers stunning views of the French Broad River as it flows through picturesque downtown Marshall. Just steps away you’ll discover live music, libations, art, shops, coffee, casual & fine dining. Within a half hour drive you can explore the urban excitement of Asheville with its buzzing art scene featuring hundreds of fine artists, performing arts venues, crafters, folk artists and numerous galleries. Asheville’s vibrant food scene is diverse and runs the gamut from four-star cuisine to unique food trucks and the beer scene boasts the most breweries per capita of any U.S. city. In the immediate area you can experience the adventure of the blue ridge mountains and French Broad river including the Appalachian trail, hiking, hot springs, whitewater rafting, kayaking, tubing, fishing, mountain biking, cycling, zip lining, horseback riding and more. Renovated in 2016, the Marshall House Inn is a unique mansion built as a private residence in 1903 and listed on the national register of historic places. Designed by the supervising architect of the Biltmore Estate, Richard Sharp Smith, the house is built in the English vernacular style. The house was converted into a ‘Tourist Home’ in the 1920s and has been welcoming guests to Marshall ever since.
From the moment you walk through the door, Aunt Adeline’s welcomes you with charm and grace. This historic inn, listed on the federal registry of historic homes, was built between 1917-1923 and is one of Hendersonville’s most luxurious bed and breakfast’s. Nestled in a grove of lush trees, gorgeous gardens, and stunning mountain views, Aunt Adeline’s will truly take your breathe away. It is the perfect retreat for a honeymoon, anniversary, or just a weekend getaway. All of our suites feature king or queen beds, private baths, hair dryers, sitting areas, WIFI connectivity, cable TV, and DVD players. A gourmet breakfast is lovingly prepared each morning of your stay. We are more than happy to cater to your dietary needs upon request. Historic downtown Hendersonville is just minutes away offering gourmet dining, eclectic shopping, and an award-winning theater. Your hosts, Mitch and Sue, look forward to serving you. They will make your stay in Hendersonville extra special filling it with warmth and serenity.
Conveniently located in the quaint town of Saluda, the Orchard Inn is the perfect western North Carolina bed and breakfast for you if you’re looking for a relaxing mountain getaway. With our carefully designed bed and breakfast rooms and cottages in the western North Carolina mountains, you’ll experience Southern hospitality right at our doorstep. Nestled in the foothills of western North Carolina, the Orchard Inn is a historic structure surrounded by the splendor of Mother Nature. Our inviting Saluda lodging and spa is the perfect way to relax and get away from it all, and our on-site restaurant, Newman’s, is one of the best restaurants in Saluda, offering delicious farm-to-table dining options and a fantastic Sunday brunch.
This Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in North Carolina. Enjoy a delicious and abundant breakfast is served at 9:00 each morning.Our bnb in Waynesville provides rooms that are beautifully decorated with a mix of antique and new fine furniture and accessories, original local artwork, live plants and flowers from our garden and enjoy quiet moments snuggled up in our spa robes in front of your fireplace without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing and romantic escape in Waynesville, North Carolina.
This recently renovated and well loved B&B has been a traveler favorite for over 100 years. The Red Rocker Inn with Restaurant and Bakery serves up gracious hospitality along with comfortable and beautifully decorated rooms, outstanding meals, and the convenience of a prime location very near the heart of charming Black Mountain, NC. Very walkable to downtown shops, restaurants and galleries, lake, and historic neighborhoods.
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Surrounded by the rolling Appalachian Mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway, this little North Carolina mountain town has something for everyone, including beer lovers, history buffs, mountain enthusiasts, and more. You can explore the grounds of the historical Biltmore Estate or walk through the romantic Biltmore Village in downtown Asheville. Asheville’s most historic neighborhood, Montford, is home to an abundance of historical homes and relics.
Visitors have no shortage of things to do during a visit to Asheville. There are a variety of outdoor activities, historical sights, and touristic establishments on offer. Just south of Asheville nestled in the mountains, the North Carolina Arboretum is home to many acres of gardens and trails for visitors to explore. Admission is free and a variety of seasonal events and exhibits are offered throughout the year. Nature lovers can explore the nearby Pisgah National Forest which features over 500,000 acres of forests, mile-high mountain peaks, flowing rivers, and cascading waterfalls. Visitors can choose from a variety of mountain trails to hike or bike and camping is permitted in certain areas. One of Asheville’s most popular attractions is the Biltmore Estate which was built as the main residence for George Washington Vanderbilt in the late 1880’s. The private mansion measures at nearly 200,000 square feet and visitors can take a tour of the historical grounds. The Western North Carolina Nature Center is a zoological park operated by the City of Asheville’s parks and Recreation department. Adults and children can explore the abundance of wildlife and exhibits on offer.
Asheville was originally founded in 1792 as “Morristown” on a plateau where two old Indian trails intersected. The North Carolina Governor Samuel Ashe renamed Morristown as “Asheville”, after his own name. The population of the town grew from 38 people in the year 1800 to 10,235 people in the year 1890, when it officially became a city. In the early 1900’s, a variety of churches, parks, temples, stadiums, and other buildings were built as the city began its early stages of development.
Asheville is the perfect base for anyone wanting to discover the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains. The quaint city is tucked away in the mountains and is filled with opportunities to hike, camp, and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding areas. For those seeking a natural attraction within the city, the Western North Carolina Nature Center is a zoo featuring more than 60 species of animals. The Botanical Gardens at Asheville offer a taste of nature just minutes from the city. The stunning North Carolina Arboretum features an abundance of gardens and nature trails spread throughout 434 acres of greenery. An array of urban hiking trails can be found just outside the city. The rolling mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway are just a short drive outside of the city where hiking trails, waterfalls, campgrounds, and more are offered.
The eclectic district of downtown Asheville offers a variety of unique establishments. The famous chocolate lounge, French Broad Chocolate Lounge, offers a full spread of high-quality chocolate offerings, including baked goods and chocolate beverages. The Asheville craft beer scene attracts tons of beer-loving visitors each year, with several craft breweries on offer in the downtown district. Wine lovers will be pleased to discover the many wineries near Asheville, including the Biltmore Estate Winery, as well as many others. History buffs should take a stroll through the historic Montford district which showcases an abundance of historical homes and points of interest. The Kenilworth district is popular for its abundance of 1920s-style architecture, boasting Spanish-style villas, Tudor revival cottages and more. The entire city is surrounded by the ever-sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains which feature hundreds of hiking trails and camping spots.
Asheville is known for its eclectic food and drink scene. Visitors can enjoy a range of international cuisine, vegan eateries, work-friendly cafes, dog-friendly patios, breweries, pubs, wineries, and more. The River Arts District boasts a farmers market during the warmer months each year where local farmers and artisans sell a variety of fresh local produce, fresh baked goods, homemade cheeses, and more. There are a variety of restaurants and cafes that cater to people with special diets, such as vegan, gluten-free, and vegetarian. The city boasts a variety of multi-cultural food offerings, such as Thai, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean, Japanese, and more.
Whether you are traveling with friends, kids, pets, or seeking a romantic mountain getaway with your significant other, there is an Asheville bed and breakfast option for everyone.
Albemarle Inn is known as one of the best bed and breakfast Asheville NC. The restored 1909 Greek Revival mansion offers a tranquil stay in the residential Grove Park District of the city. Guests can enjoy a variety of attractions, shops, restaurants, and more just minutes away from the inn. The bed and breakfast boasts 11 elegantly decorated guest rooms and serves a gourmet breakfast each morning. Guests can spend their time at the bed and breakfast relaxing on the shady veranda, watching the sun set over the mountains, and soaking up the peaceful, quiet atmosphere as a welcomed escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Sweet Biscuit Inn is a charming inn located just a few minutes away from the Biltmore Estate and downtown Asheville. The inn boasts 7 spacious guest rooms in a carriage house. A stay at the inn includes a gourmet breakfast, high-speed WiFi, and free parking.
Chestnut Street Inn is an award-winning bed and breakfast known for its friendly guest services. The inn offers 24 access to free baked goods and coffee for guests.
Cedar Crest Inn is a pet friendly bed and breakfast Asheville NC. The inn is located near Biltmore Estate and Green Man Brewery. The Queen Anne-style mansion is set in a charming yellow building with shady trees and green gardens. Guest rooms feature elegant furnishings, free WiFi, flat-screen televisions, claw-foot tubs, sleigh beds, and fireplaces. A 3-course breakfast is served daily.
Some of the other popular bed and breakfasts in and around Asheville include: A Bed of Roses Bed & Breakfast, The Reynolds Mansion, Beaufort House Inn, Carolina Bed & Breakfast, Whitegate Inn, Grove Park Inn, Princess Anne Hotel, Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast, Wright Inn, and Abbington Green.
The city of Asheville is known for its magnetic mountain vibe and its eclectic offerings. But it doesn’t stop there. A stay at an Asheville Bed & Breakfast offers a taste of the unique culture of the city from the time you wake up until you go to sleep. There are an array of bed and breakfasts spread throughout the city and the surrounding mountain areas, truly something on offer for every type of traveler. Enjoy bed and breakfasts set in a carriage house, a romantic getaway with mountain views, Victorian-style architecture, award-winning hospitality, friendly innkeepers, spacious private baths, boutique interiors, live music, elegant dining room, spacious guest rooms, and more. Gourmet breakfasts and lush green gardens are also often a part of the stay at an Asheville Bed and Breakfast.
Asheville bed and breakfasts combine a variety of modern comforts and conveniences with down-to-earth, mountain-town charm. Many bed and breakfasts in Asheville feature home-cooked gourmet breakfast, free high-speed WiFi, spacious front porches overlooking lush gardens, jacuzzi tubs, mountain views, and more. Staying at a bed and breakfast in Asheville offers a personalized experience compared to staying at bigger commercialized hotels. Staying at a smaller inn means quick, smooth check-ins, helpful innkeepers, and a peaceful, romantic setting.
Visitors can fly directly into Asheville’s own regional airport AVL, which is just 11.6 miles away from the city center. The biggest international airport near Asheville is Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) which is 94.9 miles away from the center of the city. It is suggested to have a car while visiting Asheville. While the downtown part of the city itself is walkable, there are many popular attractions located outside of the city which will require a car. There are dozens of car rental companies located in Asheville and in the surrounding areas. For visitors planning to travel to the Blue Ridge Parkway and surrounding mountain areas near Asheville, a car will be absolutely necessary in order to explore them.