This was a great B&B experience. Beautiful home, delicious food- a bonus of fresh apple pie on our arrival night! Inn owner is engaging and fun to chat with. A short drive to little towns, and the Appalachian Trail.
Monica and Tony are great hosts. She produces a great breakfast sensitive to dietary requirements. The rooms contain sitting areas as well as beds and each has a bath. Wolf Laurel is a lovely mountain community. Asheville is a half hour drive. All in all a truly enjoyable week for us.
Beautiful view, wonder food, Monica makes you feel like you are part of the family. She is so interesting, you could talk to her for hrs. Beautifully decorated room.
This historical landmark retains so much of its authenticity and is beautifully nestled in the valley of Bald mountain. The service was superb and the food exquisite! The grounds are breath-taking, especially this fall. The place to visit if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. The Inn itself is so very comfortable and home-like, just a beautiful place to relax and enjoy!
We were met by the host and shown the very nice rooms and views from high atop the mountain! The room and bed were very comfortable, clean, and cozy. Breakfast the next morning was superb! The hosts, Monica & Tony, were friendly, inviting, and sincere in their desire to make our stay comfortable. Other guests staying there provided great, stimulating conversations! An overall wonderful experience!
Dennis & Gray Columbia, SC My wife and I were celebrating a weekend getaway for our Anniversary. This was a great mountain retreat. Our stay was most enjoyable. The food at the Mountain House was amazing. The only down side to the stay was that there wasn't any place on the mountain to eat dinner; therefore we had to go about 15 miles for this meal. Other than this, we enjoyed our stay very much and would probably return since we are now more familiar with the area.
I was in the Burnsville area one recent weekend, and found myself unexpectedly needing to spend the night in town. Even though it was last-minute, Mike and Laura welcomed me to the last room they had left....and even made sure I was in safely that night. The Terrell House was charming, the atmosphere was warm and welcoming, and the room was absolutely immaculate - best night's sleep I've had in ages! Top that off with interesting guests at a yummy breakfast the next morning, and you have a winner - can't wait to come back!! -Laura
Wonderful hosts. Left feeling relaxed and renewed. Was treated like family. Emaculate large rooms. Some of the best food ever. Like Thanksgiving, ate so much had to take a nap. If traveling within 100 miles, this is a must stay destination.
Mike and Laura are the most gracious hosts we have encountered in our many travels. The Terrell House Inn is beautiful and comfortable and we loved staying in Betty's Room. Come and see for yourself!
This was our second stay at the Buck House Inn and I am already checking the calendar to see when we have another "do nothing" weekend coming up. I cannot say enough how much my husband and I love this place. It is peaceful, quiet, romantic, fun, friendly. and so very comfortable. Debbie and Sam take customer service to a whole new level. Don't ever change....we will continue to come, I just wish we could find a place just like this everywhere we travel....Bill and Patti Daniels August 4.2013
For 3 nights my wife and I stayed in the Dreamdale Room, which is well appointed with wonderful bedding/linens, gas-log fireplace, and a very large tub/shower in the bathroom. The house and grounds are absolutely stunning; we kept the bedroom windows open the entire time enjoying the babble of the creek. While all of the breakfasts served were top notch, our favorite was certainly Debbie's creme brulee french toast with bacon and fruit. Though certainly tucked away, once you get acquainted with the roads, surrounding towns do not seem too far out of reach. We cannot wait to return when we get another chance!
Beautiful home and amazing mountain location only minutes from the Appalachian trail and a short hike to the top of Bald Mountain. Convenient to Mars Hill, a college community and location of the Southern Appalachian Repertory Theater. The hosts are welcoming and friendly, and the home is beautifully decorated. Our suite had gorgeous views of the Mt. Mitchell area. The cool mountain air and sounds from the stream made for a magical weekend.
I traveled alone. Monica, the innkeeper, made me feel at home and so relaxed. The room was beautiful and he whole house inviting! Monica made an incredible breakfast that lasted me all day. I would love to go back and would highly recommend it!
We recently stayed at Bald Mountain house with friends for 3 wonderful nights. Tucked away on a scenic mountainside, the inn was beautiful, well maintained and spotlessly clean. The proprietors, Monica and Tony Martin, werefriendly and gracious hosts. Monica is a gourmet chef, and her meals were delicious and wholesome. The autumn view was breathtaking from the front balcony. I enjoyed sitting outside and observing the local wildlife...a wide variety of birds, squirrels and chipmonks. The inn is located minutes away from the Appalacian Trail, as well as many other attractions, such as the Biltmore Estate, whitewatering on the French Broad River, and the interesting towns of Mars Hill and Asheville. We truley enjoyed our stay and plan to return.
Bald Mountain was such a quiet get-a-way for our 24th anniversary. Monica went the "extra mile" with little amenities like "sparkling" grape juice and heart-shaped cookies in or room!