We returned to Tiffany Hill because we experienced such amazing hospitality and warmth when we were there previously. The rooms are so comfortable and Selena has done an outstanding job providing the décor that makes you feel at home. It is a great place to relax and spend time in the North Carolina Mountains.
Other than a couple of maintenance issues and a very high bed "we are seniors", we had a lovely time. The breakfast was wonderful and served so nicely. The artwork and antiques were amazing. We would stay again but would pick a room with a lower bed..
Tiffany Hill was an absolutely amazing experience. Selena, the owner, has the perfect personality to run a B&B. She served the most delicious, three-course breakfasts, and it was obvious she loved serving us. The room we stayed in, Seaside, was so calming! The sheets were the most comfortable sheets we'd ever slept on, by far. The bathroom was very spacious, and the shower was huge! The only complaint we had about this trip is that we didn't have more time to spend at the B&B. We will definitely be back!
We loved our trip to Brevard and our stay at the Inn at Brevard. The staff were very professional and made our trip quite enjoyable. Breakfast was delicious and Phie made us a breakfast to go since we needed to check out early. We would definitely recommend this B&B.
First time to stay in a B&B, and I have no regrets! The staff was most accommodating, the food was great and ample, and the location was superb. I could have stayed longer just to enjoy the art hanging everywhere and studying the history. Brevard is on my most favored list and I've been traveling to other countries. This is a place I highly recommend! Phie and Fae will take great care of you. Definitely taking my family in 2016!
Enjoyed the stay. The room was comfortable but it was a little hard to get into the bed because of the height of the bed. This may be a problem for an elderly person or someone with limited movement. Caution is needed to get into the tub as it has a high side. We enjoyed the stay and will look at returning. We also enjoyed seeing the white squirrels on the property. The breakfast that was served was excellent. We would recommend staying at this property..
the worst. Breakfast is from 9 to 10. Not so good if you have places to be. Roos dirty small with broken chairs and old beds. Could make out the conversation of the people talking next door. Word for word. So bad we wanted to leave a day early and just go home. They wouldn't refund the last nights fee. Stay at the red house inn a great place.
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.
We stayed here Wednesday night, July 1; this was a delightful and beautiful setting. I highly recommend Key Falls! We ate at the Pavilion and the Vidalia onion cheese dip along with the made-from-scratch cheese crackers were to die for! The breakfast was fabulous, too. Southern Living Magazine needs to make a stop here.
My husband and I stayed for 2 nights in June to do some hiking and waterfall hunting...The house is beautiful, not fru fru like some B & Bs.... and so clean, I mean immaculate....I did some floor exercises one night and I didnt see or feel a spec of dust anywhere!...Everything we needed was right there and the breakfast on a sunny closed in porch was perfect. My ratings would say outstanding, but for some reason It would only let me click on the fourth dot.
This B&B is wonderful, and we WILL return. It allows dogs, so we can bring our dear little Westie, and that enables us to hike the beautiful nearby trails with our dog. We thought the breakfasts were delicious! One of the best we've eaten compared to other B&B's or hotels even. We were stuffed after breakfast, and it was so tasty! Our room was cozy, clean, and quaint. Nice beds! The front lawn was so peaceful and charmingly pretty. I can't wait to come back! Staff were all terrific as well!
We stayed in the inn next to the main house. The rooms are small and the bathrooms are tiny. But we basically just slept and showered in the room so it was fine. The breakfast is delicious. Plenty of food and awesome service. Will go back but will stay in the main house. Caution - If you do not like clutter or the smell of Grandma's place stay away. I actually did not mind the clutter and the smell takes me back. But if you are looking for sparkling clean and neat, you will not find that here. Very charming place for the right mindset.
We were a little hesitant going in based on previous reviews. However, we were pleasantly surprised. The room was clean if slightly cramped - upstairs in the Annex - but the beds were great and there was a small fridge and coffee maker. You can't beat the location and at $150 plus a wonderful breakfast we thought the value was just about right. Don't skip the breakfast - truly wonderful. Travis was our waiter and was great. Overall the home/annex is slightly 'worn' but I imagine the upkeep - especially exterior paint - is ever ongoing. They should do a better job of sweeping the porches and making sure the seat cushions are clean of debris (and bird droppings!). The property is well kept. We were there as the azaleas and flowers were in full bloom. Inside the house the antiques are incredible. They are everywhere. We spent a good time going from room to room looking at all the different pieces. In the early evening they have a little bar that opens for cocktails. We enjoyed our stay and would stay there again.
The innkeepers were very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast was outstanding. The room was adequate (bed was very comfy), but it could use some TLC. The common areas were very cold, but the gas heater in the room kept it comfortable. I would stay here again. The inn is in a terrific location -- within easy walking distance of downtown.
I have stayed in Brevard many times and have had many wonderful experiences at other B&Bs. I wish I could say my stay here was good-- but it was not. First of all, be prepared for the strangeness of the decorations of this place. It looks like a museum with dated, dark paintings in large gilded frames hanging on literally every inch of wall space and the furnishings and furniture are dated and unusual. Second, after we checked in (which was on a cold winter night), the heat in our room was not working. In fact, it never worked. So we were given two small space heaters (I have no idea if fire code allows this) but we had to use those all night long and the room was freezing cold. In addition, the tub faucet dripped all night long. We had to finally stick a towel in the tub to stop the noise of the water hitting the tub from waking us up. The only redeeming quality was that the person who checked us in was very nice and the waiter for breakfast in the morning was great. Oh-- one other downside, you have to pay 50% of the price of the room when you make your reservation which hooks you in and then you have to pay the other 50% before you get to see your room. We would have left when we arrived after viewing the place and realizing we had no heat, but we had already paid. I cannot recommend this place. Sorry.
We were dropping our daughter off at Brevard College - this is the perfect location - walking distance to everything - we booked the Bridal Suite - two spacious rooms with two fireplaces - we had the king bed and our daughter took the twin (there was also a roll out available). The rooms are cozy and charming and filled with portraits and antiques - beautiful - Blake made sure that everything was working properly - showed us how to use the gas fireplaces and was very helpful (and makes a mean drink!) Breakfast was outstanding each morning and included - fresh fruit, pots of tea, bacon, eggs cooked to order, fresh baked muffins, grits (our favorite) - each day varied with a new dish - we were all quite pleased dining in the beautiful dining areas which are also filled with portraits and antiques - Travis - our server - was excellent - he always checked to see that everything was to our liking - since it was off season we had the run of the house - Blake kindly showed us where we could get tea/coffee when we wanted it - and the bar on the premises is very cozy - Compared with the choice of staying at a motel - this is the better choice! It felt like we were home in our grand house - it really could not have been nicer - we will certainly be back - Thanks for taking such great care of us during the 4 wonderful days we had in Brevard!
The history of the house and the owner's collection of art and memorabilia is well worth the price of the visit. The staff was most accommodating and the breakfast portions were very generous and nicely presented. Just two blocks from restaurants and very nice shops.
Good location in the center of the Brevard it's an old building with quite a bit of history but at the same time it's a bit like staying in a cluttered antique shop. We stayed midweek in the low season and I think there was only one other guest at the time. The rooms were divided into two sets rooms in the main house and then there was a second two-story adjunct to the main building. We stayed in the latter and I think there were about eight rooms on each floor I think we were the only gas in the entire adjunct area. Rooms and furniture were comfortable but a bit old and outdated at the same time. Staff were friendly however it was a bit irritating that breakfast only began at 9 AM we had an appointment at 9 AM so we requested breakfast early but that wasn't available. All in all a good stay but it was a bit of a quirky place
Bed was very comfortable and plush, but very hard to get on because it was so high! A foot stool would have been great! Enjoyed coffee in the room(great selection), but there was no cream or sugar. Had to go downstairs and was given a cup of milk and some sugar but no spoon or stirrer. The house has some beautiful antiques, but is really cluttered (too much bric-a-brac). Breakfast was outstanding!
The team at the Inn were welcoming and very informative about the local area. The room was fantastic. The art at the inn is very impressive. We enjoyed the breakfast. Overall a great weekend to get a way and relax.