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Avant il y avait des autoroutes autoroutes. Avant routes étaient des routes de campagne. Et devant tout le monde, il y avait la Montagne Noire Inn. Les voyageurs ont visité l'auberge depuis les années 1830 quand il a ouvert un arrêt de diligence. Beaucoup sont venus pour la guérison, comme depuis plusieurs années son climat vivifiant de la montagne fait le sanatorium parfait. Plus tard encore, l'auberge est devenue la retraite d'artistes accueillir les goûts de Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, et Helen Keller. Il ya quatorze ans, il se retrouve dans les mains bienveillantes de propriétaires Juin Bergeron, et offre maintenant la même hospitalité rustique que la première l'a rendu célèbre. L'auberge vous permet de créer votre propre expérience de la montagne. Sept chambres accueillantes, chacune avec leur propre salle de bain privée, ne sont que le début. Chaque matin Juin sert sa cuisine sous forme de buffet primé: un plat principal accompagné de fruits frais de saison, du thé et du café fraîchement préparé, pains faits maison, et sa propre granola fait maison qui est devenue une sorte de légende locale. Après un somptueux petit déjeuner avec des amis à la table du matin, les Blue Ridge Mountains majestueuses et leurs voisins sont les vôtres à redécouvrir - le Blue Ridge Parkway, Biltmore Estate, Chimney Rock, et la beauté locale de notre vallée, sont tous pratique pour l'auberge. Les animaux domestiques sont les bienvenus ici, aussi, et il ya beaucoup de sentiers de randonnée animaux de compagnie à proximité.
5 sur mai 12, 2016
My wife and I stayed in the upstairs loft, and it was wonderful. It used to be the painting studio back when this was an artist's colony, so it has LOTS of windows you can open to enjoy the mountain breezes. It's a huge space and decorated in funky antique furniture...with a soft, comfortable queen-sized bed. Also there is a mini fridge, free wifi and a deep tub, with soap that smells like real flowers. And here's a feature the kids will love: You enter the loft through a large, but easy to open, trap door with an ornate counterweight. We definitely got video of that! Too bad, didn't get to try the breakfast because of working late, but that table setting with the multicolored glassware looked really inviting. Next time, for sure! We had a great time at the Black Mountain Inn...all I can say is, if you want something regular and predictable, go to the chain motels. If you want something more fancied up...you know, like a B&B with a wine tasting...air conditioning...maybe a guy singing opera every evening....then the Black Mountain Inn is not your kind of place. But if you love charm, history and a real mountain experience, then this is the one to book in the Black Mountain/Asheville area.
4,0 sur novembre 23, 2015
Very quaint B and B and ideal location for black mountain. Lots of great history and character.
4,4 sur août 19, 2015
My husband and I found the inn very quaint and quiet. I heard a train go by, but it was actually kind of soothing. The place has a pleasant feel, and we never missed the lack of air conditioning. It was nice having the windows open.
4,2 sur avril 20, 2015
We had a nice one night stay in the Inn. Our room was the Loft which is the entire third floor. It has an amazing trap-door hung with a counterweight. The room was airy and light. It has a refrigerator and a private bathroom. Across the street from the Inn are train tracks. Be warned that it's very quiet at night and about six trains, with their whistles, are going to come through and sound very much like they're running right over you. It didn't bother us (I love trains) but do be warned. Also the area has a bit of a bear problem so wandering about in the dark is discouraged. The front porch is well lit so you can go out there if you would like to smoke or take some air. Breakfast in the morning was an Italian frittata and homemade granola with fruit (I don't eat eggs so it was great we had the option). Coffee was good and that adds extra points always. June was very welcoming and friendly. The whole place is lovely, very cozy, has a wonderful ambience. I didn't get to peek in many of the other rooms but what I did see looked beautiful. The place is up for sale and it's sad to think what might happen to it after June leaves. It has an amazing history that you can feel in every inch of the place and it would be awful if it didn't continue to be an Inn.
5 sur avril 02, 2015
This get-a-way was a do-over for my partner who resides in California but visited the Black Mountain Inn alone on a business trip from Washington DC to Georgia. I can see why she loved this quaint Inn and wanted to go back with me. June Bergeron was the ultimate host greeting us when we arrived and seeing us off with a delicious breakfast for our travels home. I would highly recommend the Black Mountain Inn to all travelers seeking solice in the North Carolina mountains.
3,0 sur mars 09, 2015
Good value for the Living Social coupon. Very old inn with lots of history. Owner upgraded us to a slightly larger room. Bed not too comfy. Nice location. Had a wonderful massage onsite spa.
4,6 sur novembre 05, 2014
Wonderful place for a weekend getaway in the mountains! Close enough to Asheville and right down the road from downtown Black Mountain. Awesome hospitality and very cozy rooms. Planning to come back really soon!
4,0 sur novembre 02, 2014
Very interesting house with even more interesting history. June was very helpful and courteous...It was a great location for our visit to Chimney Rock and Asheville and even found that the town of Black Mountain to be very very neat small town...We really enjoyed our stay. Ps we didn't eat there, so couldn't rate the food above .
5 sur octobre 13, 2014
The Black Mountain Inn was a lovely place to stay. From the moment we arrived, we felt as if we had been transported back in time. The furnishings and decor were truly representative of an earlier time period when this inn was open as a stage coach stop. I was in the area for a family reunion, and I was very pleased with my stay.
4,6 sur août 04, 2014
This was our second visit to the Black Mountain Inn. The Inn is a short drive from downtown Black Mountain and about 30 minutes from downtown Asheville. Our room was small but comfortable. Coffee and breakfasts were excellent. We hope to stay at Black Mountain Inn on future visits to the area.
A la campagne, A la montagne, Petite ville
Asheville, NC (AVL)
De Asheville prendre la I-40 Est jusqu'à la sortie 64, tournez à gauche au bas de la rampe de sortie, allez à la troisième lumière, tournez à gauche à nouveau, juste plus d'un mile au deuxième feu, tournez à droite sur BLUE RIDGE ROAD. Allez un bloc court à la lumière clignotante et tournez à droite. À environ 200 mètres sur la gauche vous verrez le signe pour le BLACK MOUNTAIN INN. Tournez sur la route de gravier et tirer en plein devant la Chambre.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Musée, Zone naturelle, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Rivière
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn, Historic Inn, Spa
Peignoirs, Jeux de société, Fax, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, Réception chaînes satellite, Spa, TV, Equipé pour les mariages, Wi-Fi , Terrains
Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Ventilateurs de plafond, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Micro-ondes, Radio, Internet par câble
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Pistes de VTT , Faites votre propre poterie, Shopping, Excursion, Rafting en eau vive
Un délicieux mélange et enrichissante de noix, les céréales et les fruits - croquant et sain, un complément parfait pour un petit déjeuner succulent.