The Aberdeen Inn was built as a large family residence in the early 1900's and part of the Grove Park neighborhood of North Asheville, close to downtown and all local attractions. One of the earliest houses built in the area, the Aberdeen Inn rests on a small rise surrounded by an acre of lawns, trees and gardens. From the columned wraparound front porch, the oak and dogwood trees frame your view of the mountains surrounding Asheville. The Aberdeen Inn is an inn with all the luxuries our guests "dream" of with a price that leaves no one out!
4.8 on April 09, 2013
Outstanding stay at the inn with all the comforts and amenities that you could want. Complimentary wine, beer, and soda after a long drive really does the trick. Rooms are tastefully appointed with various porches and decks to relax on. 15 minutes walking to downtown Asheville makes it convenient to take in the sights. Helpful hosts eager to give recommendations on anything you need. Unparalleled value.
5 on December 29, 2012
This should be called a Breakfast and Bed, because the breakfast was fabulous. Best breakfast I have ever had. Tom is a wonderful chef, and breakfast could easily have been a $40+ meal for two at a restaurant. jMichele gave us great suggestions for restaurants to try in the area. Rooms were cheaper compared to other B&Bs in the area. This one was in walking distance from downtown. The house was neat with comfy rooms.
4.6 on August 04, 2012
This was only my second stay ever in a B&B and my daughter's first time. We had a wonderul time and enjoyed the food immensely! We couldn't have asked for a nicer or more accomodating host as Tom. When he found out I drank only decaffeinated tea and did not eat my eggs "runny", he made sure each morning that my tea was available and my eggs were as I liked. It was so nice to have such tasty breakfasts that were not your every day, run of the mill bacon and eggs breakfasts. Unfortunately we were not able to meet Michelle because she had out of town business to attend to. I did enjoy my conversations with Tom and he was always ready to help with information on good places to eat and directions to any where we needed to go. I would definitely stay here again and recommend hightly to friends.
4.2 on July 13, 2012
Six women from Concord arrived at the Aberdeen Inn in the rain. We had tons of fun and shared a lot of laughter. Thanks to Tom who smiled and put up with us. I think he will miss us very much!!!
4.8 on May 01, 2012
Tom & Michele were wonderful! We had such a relaxing stay. They welcomed us into their home, fed us like royalty and made us feel just like family. We came all the way from California to be married in their garden surrounded by their beautiful blooming roses. We couldn't have had a more memorable stay. If you're ever near Asheville, Aberdeen Inn is a must! We can hardly wait to visit our new friends again. Lyndy & Jeff
Asheville, NC (AVL)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Chimney Rock Park, Biltmore Estates (10 minutes), Black Mountain, Pisgah National Forest, Cherokee Indian Reservation, Grandfather Mountain, Blue Ridge Parkway, Downtown Shops and Restaurants (5 minutes), Great Smoky Mountains Railway, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins
Desk, Fax Machine, Private entrance, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Wedding, Honeymoon and special events, concierge services
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Tom Boyle and Michele Kala
Tom is a Master Chef with 25 years experience plus 12 years running a B&B in Oak Park IL. His hobby is the kitchen and satisfying people. Michele is an RN by career with a dream to run a B&B which she has found in her marriage to Tom 4 years ago. She too finds great satisfaction in helping people enjoy themselves.
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Fruit and yogurt parfait, Baked Eggs Louisianne
A artistic arrangement of 8 fresh fruits and two kinds of yogurt in a parfait glass. Baked eggs wrapped in bacon and set upon toasted English muffin with a delicate sauce.