Roche Laurel Bed & Breakfast est situé juste à l'extérieur de Asheville, NC à 3000 pieds d'altitude, sur la route 151, qui mène directement à la Blue Ridge Parkway. Nous sommes à la pratique Asheville et la Chambre de Biltmore. Toutes les chambres ont accès à une terrasse et certains ont une terrasse privée. Nous sommes entourés par les montagnes et un ruisseau bouillonnant, avec de beaux jardins en été et les feuilles colorées à l'automne. C'est un endroit calme et relaxant. Toutes les chambres ont des bains privés, TV et accès Internet sans fil. Nous servons un petit déjeuner complet. Nous sommes une petite et sympathique. Notre service de santé des notes de l'assainissement est de 100 pour cent.
Grande chambre de luxe avec lit king quatre massive d'affichage et linge de maison de haute qualité et de la literie. Entrée privée avec balcon donnant sur un ruisseau bouillonnant. TV, fer et planche à repasser. Salle de bain privée avec 2 lavabos et grande douche séparée avec 3 têtes de douche. Commode et bidet sont privées. Dans la salle bain à remous. Grand bureau et un coin salon séparé. Accès Internet sans fil. A accès et peut ajouter Blue Room avec lit king, si nécessaire
Grande salle de repos avec lit King. Salle de bain privée avec douche / baignoire. Fenêtres offrent une vue sur les beaux jardins. A accès au pont avant qui donne sur la cour et bouillonnant ruisseau. L'accès à bord et fer à repasser. TV et sans fil et un accès Internet par câble.
Une belle chambre avec lit king et un futon. Salle de bain privée avec douche / baignoire. Les portes françaises mènent à la plate-forme avant, donnant sur la cour et bouillonnant ruisseau. Un endroit idéal pour s'asseoir, se détendre et lire.
Cette suite pittoresque a 2 chambres et salle de bain privée. Il ya une terrasse privée au large de chaque chambre. Il ya une vue magnifique sur les jardins. La salle de bain privée dispose d'une baignoire mais pas de douche. Il ya une télévision dans chaque chambre. L'accès à Internet.
5 sur juin 03, 2014
My husband and I have stayed at the Rock Laurel Bed and Breakfast two times so far and are planning another. The first time was in December 2012, the most recent was in May 2014 for our Anniversary. Both were truly a phenomenal experience. We stayed in their Biltmore Suite, which is up on the second floor and has a private entrance, with a private patio, a rushing creek and beautiful, peaceful scenery abound. At night we actually left the door and windows wide open! Can't do that in the City! And, it was wonderful! The bed is amazingly soft. My husband kept calling it the Mamma Bear's bed because it was so soft. Room comes with a Jacuzzi tub, perfect for two! The heart of the Rock Laurel is the PEOPLE who run it, which is true for any Bed and Breakfast, to be honest. We have stayed in quite a few, but the Rock Laurel is our favorite, mainly due to the warmth of its owners, Joe and Judy. From the first greeting and the bottle of wine they gave us to take to our room to the hugs goodbye, they radiate a warmth that makes anyone feel right at home. They have both lived interesting lives. Judy is a very special lady with a talent in the kitchen. This woman has a lot of heart and soul and it oozes through everything she touches and says. She is simply AMAZING!! LOVE HER!! The breakfasts she prepares are out of this world. From the lime sprinkled melon to the cheese grits and eggs, it all tastes so good. One of the best things about the Rock Laurel is the breakfasts. (The breakfast at a B&B should be as memorable as its Hosts!! It is all about the experience!) That is certainly the case at the Rock Laurel. This couple KNOWS what they are doing and exactly how it should be done!! KUDOS!! Other inn owners should take note. :)
4,6 sur novembre 15, 2013
This was our first time staying at the Rock Laurel Bed & Breakfast. Everything was excellent from the moment we arrived to the morning we checked out. Judy and Joe are great hosts and know how to make their guests feel at home. The breakfast was something to write home about. We didn't eat the rest of the day. Judy's homemade buscuits are delicious. We surely will return. Sincerely, E & P
5 sur octobre 29, 2013
We stayed several nights at the Rock Laurel B&B and had a pleasant stay. Here is a summary: 1) A nice property located approx. 20 min away from Asheville. 2) The rooms are exceptionally clean and comfortable. 3) The owners (Joe and Judy Holloway) are very nice people who make you feel welcome and at home. Judy prepares a large "country" breakfast every morning that is served at 9 AM. And yes, she is a good cook, lol. Enjoy your stay... I know we did. Thanks again!
5 sur octobre 27, 2013
Very friendly and welcoming! Great recommendations for dining and local sites to see. Very comfortable accomodations. Delicious breakfast. Would definitely stay here again, and would definitely recommend to friends!
5 sur octobre 16, 2013
Arrived early, to dress for a wedding that afternoon. The host and hostess were so nice to get our room ready and then even offered us wine and cheese. We had a great breakfast the next morning and great conversation. The hosts gave us a good tip on a nice trip to Brevard, via the Blue Ridge Parkway. Wonderful stay. We will be back.
5 sur octobre 11, 2013
My boyfriend and I booked the Green Room for our two year anniversary. The house was in a great location with a stream, beautiful fall trees, and a bunch of screened doors for a nice breeze. Joe and Judy were extremely welcoming and Joe had so many great stories to tell. Judy's breakfast was over the top delicious. They were very helpful in helping us decide on a restaurant in Asheville and a nice,scenic drive for the ride home. We only stayed one night but we will surely stay here again!
5 sur septembre 24, 2013
Rock Laurel B&B is truly and amazing place to stay, and this is indeed because of Joe and Judy, they bring so much warmth, hospitality, experience, humor, serenity and wisdom to your stay. My father and I, arrived to this beautiful house without notifying Joe and Judy about our late arrival, even so we were greeted with such open arms and service that we immediately felt at home. We were immediately served a cold beer and invited to join them for dinner. We were a long way from home having come all the way from Denmark (Scandinavia) even so, we felt as if we were welcomed and provided for as if coming home from a long journey. Feeling as comfortable as possible, we joined them for dinner and had the pleasure of enjoying Judy's cooking while sharing many stories. Another thing that made this stay one of the most memorable stays, is that they were so caring and attentive. My father and I were going for a hike on the AT, and the night before we left Judy supplied us with fresh tomatoes and a small shaker with dried pepper (which became a wonderful treat on the trail, thank you :)). Therefore it was no surprise that my father and I, returned to Joe and Judy, after our hike and stayed there longer than we had planned. It is really an optimal place for replenishing your energy and leaving with a bag of inspiration and motivation. My father and I will highly reccomend staying at Rock Laurel B&B, take the time to drive a little outside of Asheville and you will find this gem. We are definitely going to return to the US and to North Carolina, just to see our new friends again and enjoy yet another stay at Rock Laurel.
5 sur juillet 31, 2013
Joe and Judy would make this bed and breakfast a delightful place to be without any other amenities. My husband and I came with his parents, who were visiting from France, and our three month old baby. Despite night-time crying and language barriers, they managed to make us feel wonderfully welcome and pampered. Pro's: - Location: I was worried this was located too far from Asheville's city center. In reality, it was a very easy drive and it was actually closer to hiking in the area, which made it much easier to appreciate all the region had to offer. - Breakfasts: Fantastic, and enormous! Multi-course meals that kept us happily satiated until dinner (and then some...). Also, they have coffee available in the morning and are very generous with complimentary wine at night. -Upstairs balcony overlooking a stream... extremely peaceful and pleasant, especially with a glass of Chardonnay in hand after a day of hiking :) -Rooms and beds are large and comfortable. -Great recommendations for restaurants, hikes, and attractions in the area Con's: -None!
4,8 sur juillet 08, 2013
Joe and Judy really know how to make you feel so special. I also loved the kitties-Gizmo and Garfield and their lovely pom-Cricket who looks like a little Teddy Bear!! The beds are so comfortable and the view of the creek which was way up do to the rain was lovely and the sound of the water rushing helped us fall right to sleep. THe porch was lovely to sit out on and read and watch the world and water go by. THe breakfasts were awesome! We had fruit-Melon, Pineapple and Strawberries, eggs made to order, sausage that was great and bacon, also fresh juice. All of this on beautiful china in the dining room. Our room mates were also all from Florida-so we were 6 from Florida enjoying the Ashville area. There was plenty of info on the Biltmore and other attractions in the area in the room and a nice cold beverage was offered along with cheese and crackers at night if we so desired. Joe and Judy are just the nicest folks and I know we weill definitely come back here again in the future!
5 sur juin 30, 2013
My wife and I stayed here last weekend and we could not have been more pleased with the experience. Joe and Judy are the most hospitable people you will ever meet. Our room was beautiful -- clean, comfortable, and stocked with everything you need for your stay. Judy makes a gourmet breakfast each morning that rivals fine eateries. We will definitely be back, as we now have two new friends to visit.
A la campagne, A la montagne, Petite ville, Périphérie, Région viticole
Asheville, NC (AVL) 12 miles
I26 Nord à l'intersection de la I40. Prendre I40 Ouest et sortie sur la première sortie - 44. Sortie à droite, tournant sous I40 et entraînement 3 miles à l'ouest de 19/23 à l'intersection de la route 151. Tourner à gauche sur la route 151 et conduire 6 1/2 miles. Vous verrez un panneau pour Rock Laurel. Tourner à gauche et traverser le pont.
Parc d'attractions, Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Casino, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Appalachian Trail, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Barbecue grill, Jeux de société, Copieur, Fax, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, Piano, Téléphone, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Equipé pour les mariages, Espace bar
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Bureau, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Planche à repasser, TV, Wi-Fi
Observation d'oiseau, Pêche, Promenade à cheval
Judy & Joe Holloway
1 Chat , 1 Chien