Prima di autostrade c'erano autostrade. Prima di autostrade erano strade di campagna. E prima di tutto, c'era il Black Mountain Inn. I viaggiatori hanno visitato la locanda fin dal 1830 quando ha aperto una fermata diligenza. Molti sono venuti per la guarigione, che per diversi anni è fresco clima di montagna ha fatto il sanatorio perfetto. Ancora più tardi, la locanda divenne rifugio di artisti accogliendo artisti del calibro di Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, ed Helen Keller. Quattordici anni fa, si trovò nelle mani gentili locandiera giugno Bergeron, e ora offre la stessa ospitalità rustica che per prima l'ha resa famosa. The Inn permette di creare la propria esperienza di montagna. Sette accoglienti camere, ciascuna con il proprio bagno privato, sono solo l'inizio. Ogni mattina di giugno propone la sua cucina premiata a buffet: un piatto principale accompagnato da frutta fresca di stagione, tè e caffè appena tostato, pane fatto in casa, e la sua muesli fatto in casa che è diventato una sorta di leggenda locale. Dopo una sontuosa colazione con gli amici al tavolo del mattino, le maestose Blue Ridge Mountains e dei loro vicini sono il vostro da ri-scoprire - la Blue Ridge Parkway, Biltmore Estate, Chimney Rock, e la bellezza locale della nostra valle, sono tutti conveniente l'Inn. Gli animali domestici sono i benvenuti qui, troppo, e ci sono un sacco di sentieri pet-friendly nelle vicinanze.
5 su gennaio 30, 2014
The rooms are attractive, the bathrooms are modern, and the staff is helpful. Breakfast was delicious also. The place is picturesque and dates from about 1850. Would definitely go again.
4,6 su novembre 04, 2013
Warm and friendly staff in a great location just outside of town. We couldn't make a reservation for a Saturday night in Asheville and the Black Mountain Inn had a room available. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will most likely stay here in the future. Beautiful surroundings in a wonderful historic home.
4,0 su ottobre 28, 2013
We enjoyed our stay and the owner went out of her way to make sure we had a good anniversary. The trains mentioned in other reviews are not an annoyance at all. We were never disturbed by them.
4,8 su ottobre 05, 2013
I planned a last minute trip with my daughter. And the staff was wonderful. The place is great. I was iffy at first from the reviews, and yea the room is a little small. But remember this house was built 185ish years ago (circa 1830) so the place is in great shape for the age. I think it's great to say I've stayed in a house this old. They have antique furniture. And that's what's in most of the rooms (probably all). But it fits the house. It's wonderful. The breakfast was great. Yes you hear trains. But think back to places built in the early 1800s, they all were built closer to train tracks, they got a lot of supplies that way. But the trains aren't that bad. I'm a light sleeper and I wasn't disturbed. Even with the windows open. The price was great, apparently October is a popular month for Asheville, and honestly this place was very comparable to others, if not cheaper (considerably so) since it was a last min trip. Great place. I'd stay again if I make the trip back up here.
4,2 su settembre 08, 2013
The owner was friendly and had a lovely, easy manner. Breakfast was delicious and we enjoyed lively table conversation with two other couples. The yard was very nice, with lots of pretty and sweet-smelling flowers. The house is furnished with many interesting antiques and artwork. It was very comfortable and homey. The only negative was a mustiness due to lack of air-conditioning (which even on an August night, was not necessary).
3,2 su agosto 31, 2013
Inn Keeper was not very cordial...seemed preoccupied and unprepared. No ice. No internet connection even though they say that they have one. Seemed ready to close down. The house is stunning. I would stay again.
5 su settembre 05, 2011
We’ve been enjoying 3 day getaways at the Black Mountain Inn twice a year for the past 4 years. We look for pet-friendly bed and breakfasts, and this is our favorite. It’s a wonderful place to relax with beautiful mountain views, a lovely yard, and comfortable rooms. We’re especially fond of “The Loft”, the 3rd floor retreat, which is our home away from home. The privacy, comfort and serenity of “The Loft” cannot be found at any other bed and breakfast. June serves a delicious, healthy, vegetarian breakfast every morning and is a very creative cook. She is a wonderful hostess who makes her guests feel welcome. The inn is very accessible to downtown Black Mountain, known for wonderful crafts shops and good restaurants, Asheville, and the Biltmore Estate. We take advantage of these and other interesting sites on every visit. We highly recommend the Black Mountain Inn to anyone who needs a calming break from their hectic life. You will enjoy the rustic charm of the Black Mountain Inn. Debbie and Leon
5 su giugno 12, 2011
Back in FL after a wonderful and peaceful week at the Black Mountain Inn. The Peter room is so great as it has many windows and to be able to sleep with the windows open after living in FL with closed windows was a real treat. The room was lovely and very clean. Sitting on the terrace is peacful and the graceful trees were very refreshing. The hostess was most attentive. We have stayed there several times over the past years and always look forward to returning again.
4,0 su maggio 06, 2011
I have stayed at several bed and breakfast accommodations in the past, but this one is by far the worst I have ever experienced. When we checked in we were told that the room we booked was unavailable, so we were moved to a different room. This room was very cramped and dark so my husband requested we be moved to another room. We were put in a slightly brighter room across the hall. That evening we discovered that the toilet was not working so we attempted to find the innkeeper, although she was nowhere to be found. We then tried to sleep, which was impossible. The mattress must have been from the 1950's because it was so old and saggy we were not able to sleep for more than 20 minutes. Not to mention the extremely loud trains nearby that seemed to pass every hour or so. We were so distressed that we ended up packing our things at 5 am and leaving. Later, I tried to contact the innkeeper to discuss our less than adequate stay and found that on top of everything, this facility has no customer service standard (in fact, I ended up getting yelled at because we didn't stay for breakfast!). Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else!
4,6 su aprile 14, 2011
Charming historic inn with spacious grounds. Yes, train tracks run through the center of this historic town, and yes, you will hear the trains, but you would hear them from anywhere in Black Mountain. Don't like trains? Go stay into Asheville! We stayed in the room named Michael, which was part of an old sleeping porch. Lots of cool air flow, chirping birds and the atmosphere of a luxurious tree house. It would be warm in the summer with afternoon sun and no AC but we stayed in April, with early spring weather. Delightful! On the evening we arrived, we brought our dinner from Our Father's Pizza in town, and ate on the patio. Lovely! Next morning, the breakfast and morning coffee were delicious. Altogether a fantastic and relaxing interlude!
Campagna, Montagna, Piccolo Paese
Asheville, NC (AVL)
Shopping Antiquariato, Gallerie d'arte, Concerti, Cene da gourmet, Interessi Storici, Lago, Musica dal vivo, Musei, Zona Naturale, Teatro, Area Picnic, Fiume
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Spa, Historic Inn, Country Inn
Accappatoi, Giochi da tavolo, Dispositivo Fax, Camino, Biblioteche, TV via cavo/satellite, Terme, TV, Attrezzature matrimoni, Wi-Fi , Motivo
Sveglia , Prodotti di cortesia, Ventilatori, Data port, Asciugacapelli, Accesso a internet , Microonde, Radio
Noleggio bici, Piste ciclabili, Osservazione Uccelli, Golf, Escursioni, Cavallo, Mountain Bike, Crea il tuo Ceramiche, Shopping, Scenari, Rafting sulle onde
Una deliziosa e arricchente miscela di noci, cereali e frutta - croccante e sano, un complemento perfetto per una colazione succulento.