Rock Laurel Bed & Breakfast is located just outside of Asheville, NC at 3000 feet elevation on Hwy 151, which leads directly to the Blue Ridge Parkway. We are convenient to Asheville and the Biltmore House. All of the rooms have access to a deck and some have private decks. We are surrounded by mountains and a bubbling brook, with lovely gardens in the summer and colorful leaves in the fall. It is a quiet, relaxing retreat. All of the rooms have private baths, TV and wireless internet access. We serve a full breakfast. We are small and friendly. Our health department sanitation score is 100 percent.
Large luxurious room with massive four poster king bed and high quality linens and bedding. Private entrance with balcony overlooking a bubbling creek. TV, iron & ironing board. Private bath with 2 sinks and large separate shower with 3 shower heads. Commode and bidet are private. In room whirlpool tub. Large desk and separate seating area. Wireless internet access. Has access and may add Blue Room with king bed if needed
Large, restful room with King Bed. Private bath with shower/tub combination. Windows have a view of the beautiful gardens. Has access to front deck which looks out over the yard and bubbling creek. Access to ironing board and iron. TV and Wireless and cable internet access.
A beautiful room with king bed as well as a futon. Private bath with shower/tub combination. French doors lead to the front deck, overlooking the yard and bubbling creek. A great place to sit, relax and read.
This quaint suite has 2 rooms and private bath. There is a private deck off of each room. There is a wonderful view of the gardens. The private bath has a tub but no shower. There is a TV in each room. Internet access.
5 on June 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 on November 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 on October 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 on October 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 on October 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.
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Suburban, Wine country
Asheville, NC (AVL) 12 miles
I26 North to the intersection of I40. Take I40 West and exit on first exit - 44. Exit to the right, turning under I40 and drive 3 miles West on 19/23 to the intersection of Hwy 151. Turn left on Hwy 151 and drive 6 1/2 miles. You will see sign for Rock Laurel. Turn left and drive across bridge.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail, Baloon Rides, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Horseback riding
Judy & Joe Holloway
1 Cat , 1 Dog