On a quiet, tree lined street in the historic district of Asheville our casually elegant bed and breakfast sits on a hill. Approaching the house, our pineapple fountain welcomes our guests as the gold standard symbol of hospitality. Listen to the water, sense the quiet serenity, and enjoy the lush landscaping of the front lawn. King/Queen beds, luxury linen, jetted tubs, fireplaces, within walking distance of downtown, 3 miles to Biltmore Estate and a world away from all your cares.
5 on September 26, 2016
Gary and Patty have created a wonderful family-owned experience here! I could rave about the beautiful room, quaint atmosphere, and delicious food, but I think I was mostly impressed by their attention to detail in the little things. Here are some examples: 1. Fresh-baked treats in the entryway every afternoon. 2. Complimentary coffee, tea, and water available 24-7. 3. A beautiful saltwater fish tank to relax in front of. 4. Little bowls of chocolates placed throughout the house. 5. Personal recommendations to various restaurants and hiking trails. 6. Overall friendliness and warmth of every staff member. Wonderful experience and highly recommend!
5 on August 18, 2015
What a wonderful B and B. Great hosts, rooms, and food. Gary and Patti go out of their way to ensure that you are getting the most out of your Asheville experience. I would stay again in a heartbeat.
5 on May 31, 2012
Charming is the word that comes to mind first. The owners Gary and Patti were so on point with everything covered for us. I surprised my Sister-in-law with this trip to Ashveville (Biltmore Estate tour) and B & B stay. Forgetting to mention till check-in that she was vegetarian. Well the next morning for our amazing breakfast they had taken care to make her a special plate. Presentation isn't eveything but WOW was it a good one, which matched in flavor as well. All the guests were asking for recipes. The website video does a fabulous job at showing the rooms which were exactly how they looked in person. Don't even think twice about whether this would be the place for you...if you enjoy the B & B type lodging then At Cumberland Falls has it all wrapped up. Such attention to detail....had filtered water and ice cubes on hand in our room, tea, coffee and delicous snacks all day in the dining room just to mention a few things. My favorite time of our stay was delious coffee enjoyed in the quaint sunroom early mornings in the soft bathrobe provided with my Ipad listening to the birds and sunlight coming through the trees as i communed with God and nature! Thank you Gary & Patti for making a stay like this possible. SO PEACEFUL!!!
4.6 on May 15, 2012
At Cumberland Falls is a large, elegant and comfortable house with a lovely garden, located in a quiet suburban area of Asheville. Everything about the Inn has been carefully thought through to create a welcoming place to rest and relax after a day spent visiting Asheville's fascinating historical or arts areas. Gary and Patti are thoughtful and caring hosts who go out of their way to ensure that you enjoy your stay. Gary's breakfasts are truly gourmet! Highly recommended!
5 on July 25, 2010
Don't bypass this one! From the moment you drive in thru their garden, to the moment you reluctantly leave...its by far the best B & B we have stayed in! Gary and Patti are extremely personable hosts who provide you with all your consierge needs. The Inn is conveniently located in the historical area and provides all the conveniences of home...cleanliness, comfort, and gourmet breakfasts by Gary! What more can we ask for...we'll definitely return!
4.2 on June 28, 2010
My wife and I enjoyed our anniversary stay at CF B&B. The hosts were professional and personable. The room and service excellent. The outside landscape is gorgeous and peaceful. The breakfast was our best and favorite of places we have stayed. I don't think you can beat the accommodations for the price. My wife and I left well rested and pleased. S.D.
5 on June 09, 2010
We had a lovely stay in Asheville overnight - Gary is a wonderful host and the food (treats and breakfast) was outstanding. Gary was both gracious and informative about the area. We stayed in the Sunshine room on the third floor- the skylights were incredible. The only difficult thing (for some, may not be an issue) was that there was no shower, but rather a large jacuzzi tub. Great for me, but my boyfriend was not as keen on it. Overall, a great place to stay and recommended.
5 on May 16, 2010
You get everything you expect in a B&B when you stay at the At Cumberland Falls B&B. First, the Owners are experts at running a B&B. They offer a PERFECT MIX. We stayed in the Garden Vista room which was spotlessly clean and contained enough furniture (which was very pretty) while not being crowded. It overlooked a view worthy of a botanical garden. The owners provide enough talk to be engaging without being overbearing. They seem to know when you’d like to chat and when to leave you in peace. They provide helpful information about the area without bombarding you with too much detail. The large house has a wide-open feel, is charmingly decorated and has some incredible architectural features. Items such as the coffee maker, water pitcher, tasty afternoon snacks and tiny unobtrusive signs allow you to fit right in without the steep learning curve or rule-bookish feel you get at other B&B’s. The At Cumberland Falls folks did a SPECTACULAR job meeting my request for no fabric softener/no drier sheets. Our room had a roomy bathroom which housed a large Jacuzzi tub as well as a shower with excellent water pressure and plenty of hot water. There was a natural gas stove which was just too cute as well as being functional. The Wi-Fi connectivity was very strong. The breakfasts were well-presented, large and tasty while NOT being overly heavy or greasy. The coffee is a special blend made for the B&B. Overall it was quite possibly one of the best B&Bs we’ve ever stayed in.
5 on April 03, 2009
We loved staying at Cumberlandfalls! The food was amazing!! It was peaceful and romantic. We have told everyone about our wonderful experience! Can't wait to visit again. :)
5 on April 28, 2008
I've stayed here twice and both experiences have been fantastic. My sister had her wedding here and the family still talks about how wonderful Cumberlandfalls is. The owners, Patty and Gary, go above and beyond what I could ever expect. I brought my husband here as well and it was just as nice as the first time I was there. The food, service and hospitality is second to none. I have no desire to try any other B&B in Asheville because as far as I'm concerned, this is #1.
Enter the world of charm and elegance. First floor convenience. Lie in the 100 year old Victorian bed; circa 1860. Relax in the marble Jacuzzi tub with shower massage head. Fireplace in room also.
Alive with color and natural wood & overlooks the garden, waterfalls, koi pond and small wooden footbridge. Large and cozy with a wrought iron King sleigh bed and firestove. Enjoy a soak in the Jacuzzi tub. 2nd floor.
Tree house views from the large bay windows of the front gardens. Lie by the fireplace on the sheep-skin rug and listen to the fountain. Claw-foot tub featured in the bath/King Bed. 2nd floor.
Dramatic views of the waterfall and gardens. Jacuzzi tub and hand-held shower. Look at the stars through the skylights. Sink, microwave,dishes, coffeepot. 3rd floor.
Sunshine coming in from the skylights cannot help but to brighten your mood. Queen Bed. Relish in relaxation enjoying the Jacuzzi tub with hand-held shower. 3rd Floor overlooking front gardens
Wrapped with lavish surroundings, this room has a King, hand painted Renaissance style bed, a firestove to kindle the flame. 2-person Jacuzzi. Honeymoon Suite. 2nd Floor.
Downtown, Mountains, Wine country
Asheville, NC (AVL)
Take I-40 West to Asheville - exit onto 240 West Travel on 240 West to Exit 4C (Montford Exit)Go Right onto Montford Avenue Travel on Montford Avenue to the first stoplight (W. Chestnut St.)Turn right onto W. Chestnut - travel for approx. 200 yards to the blinking light This is Cumberland Avenue - turn left onto Cumberland Travel on Cumberland for 4/10 of a mile to our driveway on the left Turn into our driveway - parking is in the rear of the house
National/State parks, Farmer's Market, Grandfather Mountain, Smokey Mountain Railway, Carl Sanburg's Home, Botanical & Craggy Gardens, Biltmore Estate, Performing Theater, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Afternoon Treats, WiFi throughout Property, King/Queen Beds/Luxury linens, Fans, Massage shower heads, Down pillows and comforters
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycles, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Horseback riding, Hot Spring Spa, Blue Ridge Parkway, Folk Art Center, Llama Treks, Tennis Racquets, Biltmore Estate, NC Arboretum, Hot air ballooning, Safari, Whitewater Rafting
Patti and Gary Wiles
Patti is a Registered Nurse and Gary worked in the Nuclear Industry. They have a daughter Tara who just presented them with their second grandchild Kaitlin Erin this August. Patti loves swimming, baking, reading and walking and they both share a love of stain glass and wood refinishing.