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Recent Reviews in Asheville, North Carolina

Sweet! at Albemarle Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.0 reviewed on September 18, 2014

Excellent place to stay and the staff & Innkeepers were very accommodating to our needs. The rooms and appointments were beautiful and well maintained. Parking is somewhat tight but not an issue. Breakfast was excellent however, it was somewhat overshadowed by the establishments running out of honey with no replacement. Beautiful, quiet and relaxing property that I would recommend highly.

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excellent experience at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 18, 2014

We loved our stay. The inn is beautiful shaun was so attentive & personable. cheese plate on arrival & each evening as well as port in the evening. My only suggestion would be to possibly extend breakfast a little later as when vacationing I like to sleep in a little so serving breakfast until 9:30 or 10 would be my only suggestion. I would definately return to the yellow house. My husband and I have stayed at many bed and breakfasts and the yellow house is one of the highest quality we have stayed at!

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The best B&B in Asheville at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 17, 2014

We recently stayed here for our vacation and our decision could not be any better. The rooms were spacious and comfortable but kept up with the time period of the home. The best thing about this bed and breakfast was the breakfast. Claudia was amazing and all I can say is you will not need to eat lunch. If traveling to Asheville there is no need to decide on where to stay...The Sweet Biscuit Inn!

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The Best Place on Earth at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 16, 2014

The stay there was awesome and I will be making this bed and breakfast apart of my yearly vacation rotation!!

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Wonderful stay at the Grandview at Grandview Lodge (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.2 reviewed on September 15, 2014

Had a wonderful time at the lodge. Breakfast was great. Jeff and Breanna were very friendly. Breanna was helpful in letting us know what restaurants were open on a sunday, and let us know if we needed anything she could help us with. Would definitely stay again.

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First Stay at a Bed & Breakfast-I Don't Think It Gets Better Than This! at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 15, 2014

While researching my weekend trip to Asheville I came across The Sweet Biscuit on Trip Adviser and the reviews could not be ignored! I'd never seen somewhere with such wonderful reviews! And once we arrived for our stay I knew they were all spot on! Christian and Claudia were delightful and we were thoroughly relaxed during our time there and would absolutely return the next time we visit Asheville. We stayed in Room 3,the room was spacious, the bed was very comfortable and I loved the claw foot tub. They have coffee, tea and water available all day and night and we enjoyed our coffee on the front porch swing one afternoon. My favorite part was of course breakfast though! For me the highlights from both days were Claudia's black pepper biscuits, croissants and table-side crepes. Our first morning there we were joined by only one couples but the next morning they had to bring our two dining tables to accommodate all of the people, it was two very different atmospheres but we enjoyed both morning. One the second morning we even witnessed an engagement! Thank you Christian and Claudia for a wonderful stay....and sorry we took the keys with us when we left, we obviously had such a great time we wanted to be sure we could come back!

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A beautiful retreat! at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 14, 2014

My daughter-in-law had stayed in the Yellow House and had loved it. We decided to go there for our 43rd anniversary. It was just wonderful. The town of Waynesville even adds more appeal with its quaint shops, good food, and beautiful surroundings. We will definitely so back!

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Just Wonderful at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 13, 2014

Hosts were wonderful they were very helpful. Breakfast was amazing and delicious so much in a three course meal. Rooms were beautiful very large. House was very old and interesting. Sweet Biscuit Inn would stay there again !!

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Cherokee Cabin at Honey Hill Inn and Cabins (Candler, North Carolina)

4.6 reviewed on September 13, 2014

My wife and I stayed at the Cherokee cabin for four nights in late August and it was nothing short of fantastic. This property makes an excellent base camp for all the local activities there is to do there. Like all the other reviews, Cheryl and Gretchen are two wonderful people and really care about their customers. My wife and I took home some great memories and can't want to return.

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Georgeous Mountain home at Northern Lights Bed and Breakfast (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 13, 2014

Spent a wonderful, relaxing weekend in peaceful location. Theater & fine dining located 15 minutes away. Charming host & hostess, delicious breakfast served in a enviable dinning room. We would definitely return.

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Couldn't ask for more! at Red Rocker Inn (Black Mountain, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 13, 2014

How nice to have the experience exceed the expectations! The website very accurately guided us to the perfect location and room. The hosts, Doug & Jenny, were attentive to all needs and comforts, and such nice people to know. The Inn is located in a quiet, attractive neighborhood a few blocks out of the heart of town and close to the golf course. For a birthday celebration it was the best! Thank you! Dick & Susan from Boone, NC

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Beautiful Hidden Gem of Asheville with Gourmet Breakfast at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 12, 2014

This was the first time my boyfriend and I have stayed at a bed and breakfast. It was also our first time in Asheville. We were excited to try something new. We were in for a big surprise. Upon our late arrival, Christian was there to greet us with his gracious presence. This was only followed the next morning and each thereafter with an amazing three course breakfast. The hosts were wonderful, we had a spacious comfortable and clean room, and could not have been happier. Thank you again to Christian and Claudia for the hospitality, we will definitely be back!

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Fantastic Bed and Breakfast in Waynesville NC at The Windover Inn Bed & Breakfast (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 12, 2014

Absolutely beautiful B&B owned by a lovely couple in the town of Waynesville NC. Our suite, the Smokey Mountain Suite, was large and luxurious. It included a huge whirlpool tub, a mini-frig, a king size bed, bistro and sitting areas. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cookies and popcorn were always available. The breakfasts were substantial and delicious. We intend to go back every year for an extended weekend!

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Charming B & B at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

3.8 reviewed on September 12, 2014

Great place to stay - outstanding 3 course breakfast in the morning - at 8.30 am !

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The very best, and we will be back! at Oak Hill on Love Lane (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 11, 2014

This was a three night honeymoon stay, and it was fantastic! The Isenbergs were wonderful hosts, and they prepared food that was consistently gourmet quality. Also, they always had excellent recommendations for activities of interest in any direction we choose! Further, the accommodations were top-tier. The fact that they have a regular clientele of business persons staying with them repeatedly also speaks volumes. We look forward to the next visit!

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Mountain Rest at Andon-Reid Inn (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 11, 2014

Folks - you will be welcomed to a beautiful B&B experience. You will find hosts who have a heart felt desire to please. This is a quiet and restful experience in a beautiful mountain town. This B&B embodies style and comfort that many B&B would aspire, but have not obtained. Y'all come and be delighted. Robert

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Gorgeous facility! at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 10, 2014

Our stay in the "carriage house" suite in early September was amazing. The room with its four-poster bed, fireplace, high ceilings, brick wall, private balcony and multi-person jacuzzi (looking out over the pond) is spectacular. The service, provided by Shawn and his very friendly staff, is truly top notch and the breakfast meal is unbelievable. I intend to return when the leaves begin to change!!!

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Home away from Home at Laughing Heart Lodge (Hot Springs, North Carolina)

4.6 reviewed on September 10, 2014

If you're looking for a home away from home, then Laughing Heart is the place to stay. The lodge was exceptionally clean and the hospitality was great. We stayed in the Dragonfly which was spotless and very cozy. Breakfast was included which is always great. I traveled 9 hours to get there and it was worth the trip!

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Wonderful stay! at 1898 Waverly Inn (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 08, 2014

Really enjoyed our stay. Made wonderful new friends. We will return soon.

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Beautiful Chestnut Street Inn! at Chestnut Street Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 07, 2014

We had a wonderful 3 night stay at the Chestnut Street Inn. The Inn is just beautiful outside and in. All the rooms were luxurious, clean and so comfortable. We stayed in the Beaucatcher, a cottage outside the beautiful turn of the century home. The Beaucathcer was very cozy with a small kitchen and sitting area with lovely bedroom and bath complete with a jacuzzi tub/ shower. Ladonna was a wonderful hostess, very friendly and made us feel right at home. The breakfasts were delicious. They were very accommodating of my gluten free diet and their alternative breakfast was also delicious. Chris was also very helpful with suggestions for places to eat and things to see. I love to knit and she was very helpful in providing us with a brochure complete with a listing of all the yarn stores in the area. We enjoyed sitting out on the large front porch visiting with other guests. We also enjoyed the little treats they left out for us to snack on. They have a very talented chef on staff. We felt right at home during our stay and would defiantly stay at the Chestnut Street Inn again.

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It's like staying with family! at Chestnut Street Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 07, 2014

This home is beautiful and immaculate and very comfortable. LaDonna, Chris and the rest of the staff are so inviting, and do anything they can to help you enjoy your stay. Plenty of tips and suggestions for dining, experiences and sightseeing, they will even make reservations for you if you want. The location is an easy walk to the downtown area. Breakfast each morning was absolutely delicious, such wonderful homemade food! It is also served in a traditional family style, with everyone dining together. LaDonna and staff are excellent with getting conversation amongst the guests started, and in no time at all you feel like you have know these people forever. It really does feel like staying with family! We didn't want to leave, and we will certainly be back. I highly recommend this place to anyone traveling to the Asheville area.

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blue ridge breakaway weekend at Oak Hill on Love Lane (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 06, 2014

The B&B was everything I expected and then some. Shell and his wife were very gracious and the breakfast was impressive. Looking forward to the next stay.

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Awe-Inspiring Mountain Escape at Wildberry Lodge Bed & Breakfast (Leicester, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 04, 2014

My wife and I chose to stay here over the 2014 Labor Day weekend. We had hoped to find a peaceful mountain getaway after a recent tragedy struck our family. Wildberry Lodge was exactly what we were looking for. From the breathtaking views (including clouds that rolled through the valley and over the mountains one morning) to the amazing rooms/home (we stayed in the Honeymoon suite), Wildberry Lodge will not disappoint. As far as the food is concerned, the first morning we had peach crepes (my wife's favorite) that were melt-in-your-mouth and bursting with flavor. The cheesecake mini dessert was fantastic, as well, and I'm not really a cheesecake person. The second morning we had french toast (my favorite) that had a citrus flavor and sausage, both of which were excellent. The mini dessert was apple-crisp "esque" (i.e., I'm not really sure what exactly was in it) with a soft vanilla ice cream, and that too was quite delicious. Various juices, along with coffee and tea, were also available each morning. It's an understatement, but Ken and Glenda have done an amazing job with their home and the surrounding grounds. This is a place that we will be coming back to and have already made our friends and family want to visit, as well. Finally, while not an issue in the summer, the huge hill you need to drive up might pose problems in the snow, so ensure you have 4 wheel drive if you visit during that time of the year.

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Great Getaway! at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 04, 2014

We had a wonderful stay at the Yellow House. Everything was perfect & Shawn was a wonderful host! Will definitely stay here again.

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Phenomenal at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 04, 2014

This is a must stay B&B. The owners are lovely and truly care. Their attention to details illustrates how much they enjoy running the B&B. The breakfast is wonderful and well worth it. For the food they provide you at breakfast I am truly shocked by the great prices they charge for such a charming place to stay. I will definitely be returning some day.

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anniversary get away at Bent Creek Lodge (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.0 reviewed on September 03, 2014

Beautiful place great staff and breakfast. Excellent location by the Blue Ridge Parkway and hiking. Rustic setting.

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Amazing Owners, Amazing location, Amazing experience at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on September 02, 2014

Second time we stayed at this venue. The first time we stayed I went into labor and wasn't able to enjoy the special three course breakfast. Since our son is now 5 months old, we decided to make a special trip back to introduce him to Claudia and Christian since they were such an important part of his welcome into this world. Like expected the stay was exceptional. They even accommodated our son with a pack and play. We will be going back again. The owners are so welcoming and the B&B has such a special place in our heart due to our delivery story that it feels like a family vacation home.

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Beautiful Location at Grandview Lodge (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.2 reviewed on September 02, 2014

This was a beautiful place.

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Wished we could stay longer... at Laughing Heart Lodge (Hot Springs, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on September 02, 2014

We were on a house hunting trip and had limited time but our stay was great. Karen met us in the comfortable lobby and breezed us thru check in. She happily showed us the kitchen and helped us get some ice for our room. The room was comfortable, quiet and clean. Breakfast the following morning was an assortment of fresh fruits and freshly prepared hot items. Sebastian makes a tasty banana bread. Karen obviously loves her community and was generous with conversation and information. The lodge has a wonderful story which she gladly shares. Definitely the best night of a 4 night trip. We'll be back!

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