- Nestled in an historic, secluded, residential area, the inn combines the grace and elegance of yesteryear with modern charm. Beautiful new renovation customizes baths and incorporates unrivaled, original themes for each room. - Conveniently located, it offers easy access to downtown Hendersonville and the main thoroughfares. - Since 1917 the home has served as a mountain retreat in the Smokies, primarily as a boarding house.
5 on August 07, 2014
Wow, we had a wonderful stay. Mitch & Sue are the best hosts down to the welcome cupcakes from Whole Foods. Her breakfast was divine. She should open a restaurant! You will not be disappointed.
5 on October 12, 2013
We spent a day in Hendersonville and wanted to go to the Flat Rock Theater. Sue and Mitch made all the reservations and were excellent hosts. The accomidations wer way above expectations and the service was way above anything anyone could expect. The breakfast was extremely good and prepared by an excellant chef "Sue". Anyone will be pampered beyond your wildest dreams.
5 on September 04, 2012
Aunt Adeline's exceeded our expectations in so many ways. The breakfast was wonderful,the rooms were beautiful. Mitch and Sue made our stay a wonderful experience.They catered to our every need. Better than any B&B I have ever stayed at. Was quiet and relaxing!!!
5 on November 28, 2011
Aunt Adeline's Bed and Breakfast provided respite from our busy lives with our kids. We were able to get away from it all as a couple for a weekend at Aunt Adeline's in Hendersonville, NC. The decor, cleanliness, and the hospitality of Mitch and Sue were beyond all expectations. However, the hallmark was the delicious homemade breakfast. We ate so well each morning that we couldn't even think about eating lunch each day. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
5 on October 17, 2011
Mitch & Sue run a fabulous B & B. The room & bed were extremely comfortable and clean. The breakfasts were to die for. To be relatively new at innkeeping, they have really done it right. They go out of their way to meet your every need and whim. We are looking forward to our next stay here. Thanks for a great weekend. Bill & Peg Kennedy, Knoxville, TN Oct 14-16, 2011
4.8 on June 07, 2011
We had the gorgeously decorated Harlequin room while attending the Blue Ridge Book Festival In Flat Rock and enjoyed every minute of our stay. The breakfast quesadillas rocked! And the coffee was plentiful. All the amenities were there. Aunt Adeline's has an extensive DVD library but we were so comfortable in our room we never turned on the TV. Instead I took some of the wide variety of reading material to the rocking chairs on the front porch. This B&B is super convenient to Downtown Hendersonville which has lots of fun restaurants to try. What a great place to visit. I hope I get to go back soon and I will definitely stay at Aunt Adeline's again!
5 on March 30, 2011
We have stayed at Aunt Adeline’s B&B two times and counting. This charming inn, our lovely room, the incredible breakfasts, and the warm hospitality we always receive from innkeepers Sue and Mitch all add up to A+ experiences. All rooms are spacious, tastefully decorated, and extremely clean. We enjoy the quaint town of Hendersonville, sleep like babies (great mattress) then wake to a wonderful breakfast. What more could we ask for? …..to stay for a week the next time! Sharon & Louis
5 on October 17, 2010
This was our first B&B experience and was thoroughly delightful. The resident innkeepers were very helpful in suggesting things to do and where to eat depending upon our varied needs. The breakfast was a three course meal with excellent food quality and presentation. I have never had a breakfast meal in a restaurant as good as this one. Try this place and you'll be spoiled forever. ERH
Mountains, Small town
Asheville, NC (AVL) 10 miles
- Coming from Charlotte, NC or Greenville/Spartanburg, SC take exit 49B (Hwy 64)from I26 toward Hendersonville. Follow Hwy 64 into Hendersonville (about 3 miles). Turn right (north) onto Hwy 25. Take the 2nd right on North Main Street (just past the Carolina Diner). Take the second left onto Hyman Avenue (just across from Maple as North Main curves left). Follow Hyman past both stop signs. Aunt Adeline's is the 4th house on the right. If you miss Hyman Avenue, turn left on Elizabeth instead, then turn right on Hyman. Look for the 4th house on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Great Smoky Mts National Park, Biltmore Estate & Pisgah Nat Forest, Flat Rock Playhouse & C Sandburg Home, Lake Lure, Dupont State Park, Lots more, see our website for links, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone , DVD Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Ladder Ball, Bocce and Croquet, Jogging Track, Miniature Golf, Skateboard Park & Baseball Diamond, Movie Theatre, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Mitch and Sue
Dancing, reading, remodeling, decorating, needle work, and crafts.
, Special Requests, Breakfast to go