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Recent Reviews in Asheville, North Carolina

We will definitely return ! at Grandview Lodge (Waynesville, North Carolina)

3.8 reviewed on May 22, 2015

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Grandview.. This is not some perfect, frilly getaway for those looking for every charming detail to be spot on- Rather it is a place full of character -- fun and funky and oozing personality in ways not always obvious from photos. The food is perfect, the staff is wonderful and accommodating. Going the extra mile in every way while being friendly, informal and offering great conversations, experiences and music for their guests It is simply a great place to just hang out and relax. The porches are just wonderful spaces to enjoy and again the photos can't quite convey how nice they are on a clear morning or breezy evening.This place is a real experience with wonderful innkeepers and atmosphere-- for those who treasure places with individuality and character, this will be an outstanding find.

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Historical Southern Hospitality At Its Finest at 1898 Waverly Inn (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 22, 2015

From the first minute we saw The Waverly Inn, we loved it. The Innkeepers are top notch and will do everything to make your stay as wonderful as possible. The rooms are very nicely appointed and cozy. The in-room bathrooms are small, but adequate. The entire establishment is spotlessly clean. Make sure you bring your appetite for breakfast. This meal is knock-your-socks-off wonderful! We could not have been more impressed with how great the food was. My wife and I are gluten free and they had menu options to accommodate us. They are centrally located and within walking distance of downtown Hendersonville. If you need directions or recommendations, they are more than willing to offer you all the assistance you could hope for. We will be staying with them again.

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Thoroughly enjoyed our stay... at Albemarle Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.0 reviewed on May 20, 2015

We spent three nights at the Albermarle Inn with friends (they chose the location) from another state, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a gorgeous 100+ year-old home in a nice setting not far from the entrance to the Grove Park Inn. If you're looking for a laid-back place and enjoy old historic homes, you'll love it. Our innkeepers were wonderful and we'll definitely be back!

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Gem in the Rough at Grandview Lodge (Waynesville, North Carolina)

3.8 reviewed on May 20, 2015

Cozy inn in a mixed neighborhood. Not city but not country - an old farmhouse which lost it's land. The hosts are very nice and hardworking. Very clean and relaxing. We had a great time hanging out by the fire pit at night. Good deal for the price - I will be back.

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Perfect Location at A Bed of Roses (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on May 20, 2015

We had 2 wonderful days in Asheville. The Inkeepers are very friendly and helpfull to give us some advices about Asheville. Only the room was very small for 2 persons, smaller it seemed on the Pictures.

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Wow! at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 19, 2015

This was the first bed and breakfast that my husband and I have ever stayed in and I'm not sure if we're ever going to be able to stay anywhere else! Nick and Steve set the bar extremely high with this warm, cozy, and beautiful home away from home. My husband and I walked to dinner and back and just sat on the big porch for an hour- it was so relaxing! The next morning, breakfast was delicious! Stellar job, guys! We hope to be back soon!

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Breakfast butlers, Doggy Nanny, Private Porch for Smoking-- Priceless at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 19, 2015

Nick greeted us with open arms, an anniversary gift and a card. Our Westie was even presented with a gift, doggy treats and food dishes.From the moment we arrived until the moment we drove away from Abbington Green we were treated like the wealthy Vanderbilts of yesteryear. My husband, me and our Westie booked a 3 night stay in the Hyde Suite. This particular suite is located in the carriage house. If you have any type of disabilities this the best place to be. Nick allows smoking on the back porch of the Hyde Suite. It is set up with 2 chairs, table and an ashtray. Each morning and evening, I would sit on the back porch, enjoy a hot cocoa, smoke and listen to the next door neighbor's flowing water fountain. It was so peaceful and relaxing. Breakfast in bed was amazing!!! Nick has a staff member who is the dog nanny. Greg was great with our Westie. The jacuzzi tub in the bathroom was GREAT!!!! The bath towels are oversized and so soft. Nick and the staff believe in attention to detail. The 5pm social hour was fun. Nick prepares a nice selection of appetizers and wine. Again, Nick allows you to smoke on the front porch of the house. When we were leaving Abbington Green -- Bradshaw the pastry chef gave us a beautiful goody bag of freshly baked bread and cookies. Nick also gave a beautiful goodbye and thank you for staying gift. There is a lovely fenced in doggy area in back of the carriage house. Abbington Green is worth every penny. The entire staff works so hard so you have a relaxing stay!! After you finish reading this review -- book your stay Abbington Green.

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We will return. at Albemarle Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 18, 2015

Owners, staff, facility, all delightful.

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from Provence to Asheville, NC at Sweet Biscuit Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 18, 2015

We first began staying with Christian and Claudia in their bed and breakfast in Provence. The accommodations, surroundings, hospitality, and delicious meals were remarkable and through our many visits, we became friends. When they chose to move to Asheville, North Carolina, we were delighted to come for a visit to their new bed and breakfast, Sweet Biscuit Inn. The changes they made to the inn are remarkable, enriching the bedrooms, bathrooms, and public spaces with their own special style of decorating. We took pleasure in discovering new details each day as we walked through the inn and the lovely gardens. Claudia's 3-course breakfasts are a gourmet's delight with her creative recipes steeped in French cooking. We stayed in the very large bedroom on the second floor on the front of the inn with large windows overlooking the gardens and a king-sized bed, which felt like sleeping in a beautifully relaxing tree house. The walls are a soft, spring green, which enhance the outdoor leafy effect from the large trees and create more relaxation. The bathroom is brand new with a beautiful shower. The location is excellent, because the inn is close to everything in the Asheville area. The inn is only a very few minutes from the Biltmore Estate and Biltmore Village, where there is a lot of shopping and restaurants, the Blue Ridge Parkway is just a few more minutes beyond the Biltmore area, downtown is another few minutes in the other direction. As well, the inn is on a quiet, lovely street in a very "leafy" area where one can walk and enjoy the gardens and interesting architecture in the neighborhood. We were not only delighted to spend time with Christian and Claudia, but rejoiced in the welcoming and comfortable atmosphere that they so naturally extend to their guests.

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Can't wait to return! Enchanting! at The Esmeralda Inn & Restaurant (Chimney Rock, North Carolina)

4.6 reviewed on May 18, 2015

We celebrated our 16th wedding anniversary here. It was more than I expected. Our room had a waterfall right outside the window and we enjoyed listening to it each night. We also had a couples' massage, which was a wonderful way to start our weekend off. The food was really good and the service was even better. The cookies in the afternoon were amazing and my husband couldn't stop sneaking them. Overall this in an amazing place to relax and rewind. We will be going back for sure! Came home refreshed and plotting our next trip there!

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best stay we ever have in Ashville at Albemarle Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 18, 2015

it was my husband and I 2nd wedding anniversary and we picked to stay in Juliet's Chamber. It was such a beautiful room and so clean. The service atvthe B&B was just perfect. We have no complaints about anything. We will be staying here again! THANK YOU Holly and Bobby Terry

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What a wonderful place to stay! at Bent Creek Lodge (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 18, 2015

I stayed at the Bent Creek Lodge, during a business trip. It is a gorgeous place, great views, great food, excellent customer service, cheery and very clean rooms. The garden out back is beautiful! I would highly recommend this place to anyone, and I will return as often as I can. It's really a special place and well worth the visit!

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over night stay at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.6 reviewed on May 18, 2015

Great but too short visit; look forward to a longer stay soon!

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Perfect end to our holiday at Oak Hill on Love Lane (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 18, 2015

We had a totally scrumptious stay at Oak Hill on Love Lane. We stayed two nights at the end of our three week tour. Our hosts, Shell and Deb have the most beautiful home and we were made to feel so welcome and looked after. Everything from our room to the individual cooked breakfast was first class. The view from the veranda was stunning and made very special by Shell chilling our champagne and provided champagne flutes in order that we could celebrate my birthday in the most romantic of settings. If ever we find our selves back in North Carolina we shall be sure to return to Oak Hill.

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Amazing place! at Princess Anne Hotel (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 17, 2015

I was in Asheville for a great weekend and staying at the Princess Anne Hotel was the icing on the cake.

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Nice B&B at A Hill House Bed & Breakfast (Asheville, North Carolina)

2.8 reviewed on May 17, 2015

This is a nice B&B that could be quite wonderful with a bit of polish on the small things. The only issue encountered during the stay was a dog barking late into the night.

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

5 reviewed on May 17, 2015

Perfect location for a few days of delicious breakfasts, comfortable lodgings and beautiful grounds. Especially enjoyed chatting with other guests at the afternoon wine and cheese gathering! Shawn goes above and beyond to make sure your stay is enjoyable.

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Great B and B at A Hill House Bed & Breakfast (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 17, 2015

We stay in many B and B's as we travel. Hill House is one of the best. It is charming, friendly & helpful staff, perfectly located and the breakfasts are delish. We were at Hill House mid May and breakfasts were served outside on the porch with a view of the gardens. Coming from Maine, this was a real treat. I have some dietary restrictions which were handled with ease. We would highly recommend Hill House!

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best experience ever at Northern Lights Bed and Breakfast (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 17, 2015

Northern Lights Bed and Breakfast in Hendersonville is amazing. I'd recommend them to anyone. Beautiful home, Linda and Jim are over the top nice, even getting us balloons and a card for our anniversary. As well as packing us a snack for our trip home! I can't wait to go back. Only 30 min from the fun of Asheville it's quiet and relaxing. Swinging on their screened in porch listening to fountains and the nearby waterfall is probably the most relaxed I've been all year.

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Never dissappointed at Northern Lights Bed and Breakfast (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 16, 2015

This was our third trip to Northern Lights. We have been to hundreds of B&B's over the years. Linda and Jim have not had their B&B very long, however, they are doing all the right things. The Blue Room which we always rent is immaculate. The breakfasts are delicious and Linda is very helpful with local information. We will keep coming back.

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Would stay here again at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

3.4 reviewed on May 14, 2015

Bed and breakfasts are not where we usually stay. But they are an important part of Asheville, and after reading the reviews and looking at the pictures we decided to stay here. This inn was exactly how it was described in their website. Nick is a great host ready to answer your questions or help you find a location. The breakfast was always outstanding (and I hardly ever eat breakfast). Social hour in the evening was a great way to meet the other guests and enjoy a glass of wine and review everyone's day. We would definitely stay here again.

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Awesome B&B at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 14, 2015

We had a wonderful time for our anniversary at The Yellow House on Plott Creek. The house was awesome with an older-world feel but with modern amenities and the grounds were beautiful -- lots of places to sit outside and enjoy the weather and mountains. Shawn did an excellent job taking care of all of his guests. We will be staying here again!

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Return Visit to Abbington Green B&B at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 14, 2015

This was our second time staying at this wonderful inn and it was even better than the highly rated review I gave last time. Now under new management, Nick and Steve and their staff have taken it to a whole new level. Gourmet breakfasts, new Mitsubishi room air conditioners, and a great happy hour spread of wine and home made finger foods all make this a gem of an inn. First class hospitality is a key ingredient to making this the place to stay in Asheville and is definitely a place to come back to every time we visit the area.

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

5 reviewed on May 13, 2015

This is a lovely B & B, a great home-away-from-home. The owners are amazing and the breakfast is delicious. Highly recommend Sweet Biscuit Inn!

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Great two night stay at the Yellow House at Yellow House On Plott Creek (Waynesville, North Carolina)

4.8 reviewed on May 13, 2015

Really enjoyed our time at the Yellow House. We celebrated our 23rd anniversary here. Loved the quiet grounds. Shawn was an excellent host. The breakfast each morning was delicious and Shawn even shared a recipe with me. Already booking a return trip. Try this one out, you won't be sorry. Lovely time, thank you Yellow House.

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"Gardens in the Woods" at Bent Creek Lodge (Asheville, North Carolina)

4.4 reviewed on May 10, 2015

Our recent stay at Bent Creek Lodge was just what we needed after a long northern winter. Relaxing on the porch swing, listening to the sound of water in the little fountain surrounded by the lovely terraced gardens, with the woods all around, was so peaceful and rejuvenating. It was great that each room has a private entrance out to the porches.The bed was super comfortable and everything you could want or need was provided.Breakfasts were delicious and accommodated our requests.We also got great advice about our plans for the day. So glad we chose Bent Creek Lodge. Bill and Ruthie

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Superb B&B with friendly, thoughtful hosts at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)

5 reviewed on May 09, 2015

Abbington Green lives up to its "green" name with organic, local food served for their excellent breakfasts. The rooms are comfortable with all sorts of little touches that are missing from too many more expensive hotels and B&B's, e.g., 2 luggage racks, power cords for recharging electronic devices and charging stand for smart phones, lip balm included in the amenities, good lighting over the bed for reading, various switches labeled (so you don't have to keep trying every one to figure out what turns on what), etc., etc. The hosts are very, very helpful in providing suggestions for planning your day, recommending restaurants, offering home-baked cookies and coffee available at all times, and providing directions when you move on.There's a pleasant front porch and gardens to enjoy also. I checked onsite dining because there's breakfast, but they do not have a restaurant also.

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