Christian and Claudia are consummate hosts. The inn is conveniently located both to ingress and egress from downtown, as well as to the amenities of the Biltmore and downtown areas. We were only able to stay a few nights, but throughout we were accommodated in every way. Wine glasses, a place to chill our wine, and the food-- my goodness. No matter how late you stay up, Claudia's breakfasts are worth rousing yourself.
My friends, sister and I loved Applewood. Rooms are beautiful and spacious. We were in York Imperial and Granny Smith bedrooms, and also enjoyed the parlor with piano, living room with puzzles, and dining room with wine and cheese. Breakfasts were delicious and generous. Enjoyed walking around the historic Montford neighborhood. Larry and Nancy are great hosts.
The lodge is beautiful and we really enjoyed sitting on the back porch looking into nature in the beautiful gardens! Wonderful breakfast including gluten and dairy free friendly. Within a mile of the entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway and other hiking areas! It didn't take us any longer than 20 minutes to get downtown to restaurants. New outlet mall is close by as well! Very professional owners and staff… Everyone was happy and in a great mood! We will return!
My husband and I recently stayed in Asheville for 2 nights at Vicki and Neeraj's B&B. everything about it was delightful...breakfast, serene setting, hosts. It is dog-friendly to boot. We enjoyed the other guests and the location was perfect for getting around Asheville.
Beautiful historic home and garden, modern amenities, king-sized beds, delicious gourmet breakfast, and, to top it all off, very personal service from the skilled innkeeper. You can't lose at AG, whether you are there to see the sights in Asheville, or just to relax on the shady porches. There are a couple of restaurants within easy walking distance, and you can walk to downtown Asheville in maybe 20 minutes or so. The service is attentive while still respecting clients privacy. Highly recommend!
Great landlords making everything for you to feel at home, and you do! Classy with meticulous and at the same time easy going staff. We visited Asheville for your 15 Year Anniversary, had 1st class dinner at French bistro Bouchon. We used Asheville for day trips in the Smoky Mountains, making stops in small towns and Cherokee Indian Village. Location is perfect - close to downtown and highway exits. About the B&B: Can not find anything I would like to change, maybe lower the price, but in this case you get value for money! We will be back!!!
Although this was our first stay at a B&B, we couldn't have been more impressed with our room and the high level of service at Andon-Reid. The owners, Andrea and George, were so accommodating and offered to help us with anything we needed (you won't get this at the best hotel). They loaned us an iPad charger and an umbrella, and called in dinner reservations for us at a busy restaurant (that we couldn't get on our own). :) We stayed in the Mountain View and it was perfect, having coffee on the balcony every morning was spectacular. Ashley made the most delicious breakfasts that kept us full until the Inn's afternoon sweet pastry, offered in the main room. The Inn's location was also perfect because it was close enough to walk to the great downtown Waynesville restaurants and bars (a half mile). We walked a little further on Saturday morning to a farmer's market that sold unusual local vegetables, fruits, and pastries. Overall, it was an excellent weekend getaway and couldn't have been better!
If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing stay coupled with excellent service and wonderful meals, The Orchard Inn fits all these requirements. Marc and Marianne are gracious hosts. The evening meal is expertly prepared and you have a wide range of choices. It is a privilege to be able to visit an Inn which has such a relaxing atmosphere and sleeping with the windows open is a real treat after a summer in SE Georgia.
The owners of this bed and breakfast inn know the true meaning of the word hospitality. This 100 year home is impeccable with beautiful and comfortable guest rooms. This was absolutely the best experience ever and I definitely will be returning here!
My husband and I can't give enough praise to The Chestnut Street Inn and their entire staff! The Inn is absolutely stunning and extremely well-kept (it also had a 100% cleanliness rating). The breakfasts were absolutely delicious. This was our 4th or 5th Bed and Breakfast and the staff was, by far, the most attentive, informative, fun, jovial staff that we have come across. The new owners, Emilie and Arturo, were remarkable and their enthusiasm is unparalleled. Chris was an absolute doll and gave us a wealth of information on things to do in the Asheville area. My husband and I won't hesitate to return. Best wishes to Emilie and Arturo. We will see you soon! Carol and Joe
We appreciated this B & B's accessibility to the Appalachian Trail and for its tranquility. The rooms were lovely. We stayed in the Monarch. Very clean and comfortable. Shower pressure was limited in that room. Homemade granola for breakfast and the staff's accommodation for an earlier breakfast (for an early hiking start) were so appreciated.
My friend from California visited me for a getaway girlfriend weekend. She had not much experience with bed and breakfasts, since most of her traveling history was with hotels and resorts. After staying at Oak Hill on Love Lane in Waynesville, NC and being the recipient of Shell and Deb's hospitality, she is now a convert. (I already was, after having stayed with my husband there a few weeks ago.) This is a remarkable inn...first class in every way. The house is lovely, tastefully furnished, yet extremely comfortable (like being at home). Shell and Deb's attention to the needs of their guests is unusual--always available to answer questions and offer recommendations for local activities, yet non-intrusive, allowing guests their privacy. And the breakfasts are.....how can I say?...simply delicious. When Shell and Deb learned that my friend needed to eat gluten free, they prepared a special breakfast just for her. She was delighted! After having stayed at Oak Hill on Love Lane on two separate occasions, I look forward to going back yet a third, and a fourth, and a...well, you get the picture. Bravo, Shell and Deb!
My wife and I really enjoyed our two night stay at the Albemarle Inn. It was very clean, quiet, outstanding breakfast, and has great hosts. The furnishings made you feel you were in another time, which was great. Plus, it's close to downtown, just off the beaten path, so no traffic noise at all. Needles to say if we're in the area again, that's where we will stay.
The Sweet Biscuit Inn was FANTASTIC. Christian and Claudia were so friendly and wonderful. The house is in a neighborhood setting a few minutes drive from The Biltmore and Downtown Asheville. We stayed in the carriage house and is was so lovely and a fun, different place to stay. Claudia's 3 course French breakfast was AMAZING and while we were there they had hosted a wine tasting on the front porch which was really fun to sit and chat with the owners and all the other guests. I highly recommend The Sweet Biscuit Inn to anyone traveling to Asheville. It was a great experience and Christian and Claudia were such wonderful people.
We truly loved our stay at the Bed & Breakfast on Tiffany Hill. It had been highly recommended to us by good friends of ours, and we are so glad we gave it a try! The inn is simply lovely and inviting, the rooms are impeccable, and the service is unsurpassed. The owner/innkeeper is a very warm, yet highly energetic lady who has seen to every detail to make her guests comfortable and feel at home. Her motto is, "come as a guest, leave as a friend," and that is truly how her guests are being treated. The inn has an excellent location half-way between Asheville and charming Brevard, and it is situated on a knoll with a beautiful view. We are already looking forward to our next stay at this hidden secret.
Deb and Shell are wonderful hostesses. They are kind and helpful. We have stayed in many B&B's but this one exceeds them all. The rooms are clean and beautifully decorated. The breakfast table is set very attractive and Deb bakes the most delicious muffins. Thank you Deb & Shell Kurt and Pauline
Over the past 24 years we have stayed at The Waverly many times, usually for a 2 nite weekend. Diane, Johh, and Darla have ALWAYS made our stay special. They are true Professional Innkeepers that have never disappointed in any way. I have a;sp stayed on business on a week night and that too was a pleasing experience.
Can't say enough good things about our experience at abbington green, it was truly delightful and way exceeded our expectations. Nick's passion for running the B&B and his knowledge of the local area make the Asheville visit very memorable. The location, service and amenities and are all 5 star and we are looking forward to a return trip.
LaDonna was personable and helpful with recommendations to visit Asheville's sights. The room was well maintained, clean, and quiet, even though the house was fully booked with couples celebrating numerous anniversaries. Pleasant staff, delicious unusual bkfts, and within walking distance to downtown, made for an ideal location.
This is the second time we have stayed at Wildberry. A beautiful lodge in a gorgeous setting. The hosts are welcoming, the food was delicious and the place was spotless. We will stay there again when we return to the Asheville area.
My wife and I stayed at Laughing Heart the first week of Sept 2015. We found it to be excellent in every respect: staff, grounds, accommodations, breakfast. Very, very relaxing locale. In a word, setting was restorative. Close access to hiking, too, if you enjoy that. If you want a relaxing, quiet, peaceful locale, would recommend Laughing Heart strongly.. Will definitely return again.
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