Richard Sharp Smith, Asheville's most famous Architect designed this Arts and Crafts style home. Built over 100 years ago this home has been lovingly restored to its original splendor. There are two porches for relaxing and unwinding or just enjoying the lovely gardens and fishpond. There are seven fireplaces and all of them are still in working condition. Located in the historical Montford area and close to many attractions, this inn is both comfy and convenient. Pets allowed, but only in the Miss Web and Appalachian cottages at $10 per night per pet. Outdoor smoking is permitted.
At this bed and breakfast you will feel like you are in the woods, when you are actually in the middle of town. This lovely home of yesteryear sits on over an acre of wooded, beautiful greenery. After a restful slumber in one of the three elegantly decorated guest rooms, you can enjoy a delicious gourmet breakfast served on fine china with heirloom silver. Each room has its own private bath and television with cable. This home is only six blocks from downtown Asheville and close to several area attractions.
Big porches decked with big ol' rocking chairs await folks with a hankering to relax, sit a spell and take in the local flavor of Asheville. Located in the Chestnut Hill Historic District, this Colonial style home is filled with old home majestic treasures. High ceilings and lovely fireplace mantles are just a couple of the breathtaking charms of this home. Gourmet breakfasts are served and are sure to please even the fussiest eater. The room charges vary depending on month of booking and do confirm rates with the inn if you have an extra person or if you plan to check-in after 6p.
Located in Asheville, this historical North Carolina bed and breakfast features a 3-course breakfast and The University of North Carolina Asheville is 1.2 km away while Asheville's city centre is 6 minutes' drive away. A fireplace, small refrigerator, and flat-screen cable TV are provided in each room at this Asheville 1900 Inn on Montford. Select suites have a spa bath, and tea or coffee service is available upon request. Live music is featured on Saturday nights on the terrace. A snack bar as well as complimentary water, soda, and free parking are provided at this pet-friendly 1900 Inn on Montford as well. The bed and breakfast is 4.2 km from Biltmore Square, 4.6 km from Biltmore Estate, and 4.7 km from Biltmore Estate and Winery. Asheville Regional Airport is 19 km away.
Built in 1913, the historic Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina offers views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and features free WiFi and the Art of Breakfast in Blue Ridge restaurant, daily. Four restaurants are on site and historic Downtown Asheville is 3.7 km away. Furnished with solid oak pieces, the rooms at the Omni Grove Park Inn also offer a flat-screen TV, coffee machine, and refrigerator. Club floor rooms include a spa-like walk-in hydro-shower and adult-only lounge access. The subterranean spa features mineral pools, sauna, and steam room for an additional fee. A sports complex and a Donald Ross-designed golf course are on site. Sunset Terrace serves classic steak and seafood cuisine. The Blue Ridge Dining Room has a southern style menu. EDISON, craft ales + kitchen, serves southern comfort food and local craft beer. VUE 1913 offers French fare. The Biltmore Estate is 10 minutes’ drive from the hotel. Guests will be 3.5 km from the University of North Carolina Asheville, 19.8 km from the North Carolina Arboretum, and 16 km from Blue Ridge Parkway.
Imagine youself staying at the guesthouse of the world renowned Biltmore Estate in Asheville and indulging yourself in its opulence. There is no other house in the United States like the George Vanderbilt 1895 estate and the same can be said of this new inn. Native plants, trees and shrubbery, all reminiscent of Fredrick Law Olmstead's original design, welcome guests as they approach the 165,000 square foot luxurious hotel. Extra amenities include a library, horseback and walking trails, carriage rides, biking and boating. Special packages include admission to Biltmore Estate & Winery at one-day rate.
A beautiful place to rest, relax, hike and enjoy a sumptuous cuisine awaits you at the Bent Creek Lodge. The lodge is surrounded by 160 acres of nature that include trails and creeks. You will also be just a few miles from several main attractions like the Biltmore House and downtown Asheville. A massage therapist is also available on request with notice. All rooms come with private baths and individual heat and air conditioning.
Sweet Biscuit Inn is the perfect name for this charming, 1915 Colonial Revival style home. Close to downtown Asheville and many other area attractions, you can partake of a hardy breakfast of homemade biscuits, bacon, scones, fresh coffee and more and be on your way to sightseeing. The innkeepers and their children live on the second storey and welcome guests with children. Casual, friendly, comfy and elegant; you will feel right at home.