Inn on Main Street has been a cool refuge in the mountains for more than a century. Only 10 minutes from downtown Asheville, it still represents another era in quaint, artsy Weaverville.
In warm months, the back porch is the ideal spot for breakfast or evening refreshments. From here guests can see the Black Mountain Range, the highest peaks in the Blue Ridge Mountains and the tallest east of the Rockies.
The Ayers Room has a king bed that converts to twins on request. It takes up half the second floor of the house and features a huge bath with tub and shower, gas fireplace and lots of windows. TV/DVD and wi-fi.
The Forest Room, in the cottage, is a perfect private getaway. It has a high-backed queen bed, dark oak furnishings, a gas fireplace, window air conditioner and private bath with whirlpool tub for two and shower. With TV/DVD and wi-fi.
The Monroe Room features lovely antique oak furnishings with handcarved details, a full-size bed, private bath with shower and nice view of the mountains. Cental AC. TV/VCR and wi-fi.
The Lee Room can have either twin beds or a king. It is located on the first floor near the front door, and features a gas fireplace and private bath with whirlpool tub and shower. Central AC. TV/DVD and wi-fi.
The Kiser Room is romanticly decorated in mahogany furnishings, including an enormous queen bed with filigree headboard. The bay room, on the second floor above the parlor, has a private bath with shower. Central AC, TV/DVD, wi-fi.
The Robinson Room, named for the physician who built the house, is located near the back porch. The furnishings are white wicker and a brass queen bed. The bath features an old-timey tub as well as shower. Gas fireplace, central AC, TV/DVD, wi-fi.
The Garden Room, is in the cottage and has a queen bed, gas fireplace, window air conditioner, whirlpool tub for two and shower. It includes TV/DVD and wi-fi.
The parlor is authentically Victorian, yet comfortable and inviting.
The front porch is a great spot to enjoy the sunset.
Relax by the koi pond in the back yard.
Breakfast on the back porch is a casual experience. Views off the porch are of the highest peaks east of the Mississippi.
Dan's handmade tiles are featured in most rooms.
The Robinson Room bathroom features an old-timey tub and vanity made from an antique medical cabinet.