This was our third visit to Oak Hill, and we are already looking forward to our next! We thoroughly enjoyed the new patio and fire pit additions this year, and enjoyed a great visit around the fire with the owners and other guests after dinner one evening. One of my favorite things about Oak Hill is the quietness of the house at night. I always sleep so well when there.
Jeffrey and Breanna were very delightful and helful hosts. From the pictures, you would assume that the lodge was located more in the mountains vs the residential neighborhood where it is located. There was only one location that provided you a view of the mountains which was the main porch. I was disappointed that each room doesn't provide you the opportunity to set the temperature as all of the rooms operate off of one main control. Although the room I stayed in was rustic, nice, and clean, the beds and pillows were a different story; being very uncomfortable! One of the best part of my stay was the fabulous breakfast. You couldn't ask for a better home cooked breakfast with the best biscuit gravy I have ever had since I moved to the south.
This is a great place. Clean, comfortable, roomy. Historic older home with modern decor but retains it's charm. The hosts/owners are absolutely awesome! They take care of whatever you need. They are warm, welcoming, friendly and give lots of advice about activities if you need it. The gourmet breakfasts are delicious with many of the items made in house or taken from family recipes. We will stay here again and again. MB
Exceptional hosts, very friendly and warm couple. Darlene is a Great cook, and we walked into the house that had an aroma from the homemade cupcakes. Delicious breakfasts on both mornings. Great additional treats at the butlers station. Crispy clean room. Organic soap and lotion. It felt like a spa.
We were lucky to get a room because this place is very popular. Jeffrey was very accommodating and served an excellent breakfast. The room was clean and the bed was good. We had a restful night and an excellent time at the apple festival.
This past weekend was our third visit to this B&B. It just keeps getting better and better. So clean and welcoming, great service, correctly priced, the best breakfast within 100 miles! Dina and Carolyn know how to host guests and what their guests are looking for in a B& B. The back porch and its evening sunset was the clincher! We'll be back!
Not fancy but very clean and an outstanding value. Located in a residential neighborhood, it is over 100 years old with aqua-colored bathroom fixtures and knotty pine paneled guestroom. Breakfast is the real deal .... a full country breakfast, complete with grits, biscuits and sawmill gravy. The innkeepers live on the property and are young, friendly, engaging folks.
We loved every minute of our stay at Abbington Green. Nick was extremely thoughtful, kind and generous, and the amenities were top-notch. Our room was comfortable, beautiful and very clean. A fun and relaxing social hour the afternoon we checked in, a delicious homemade breakfast the next morning and the team's hospitality made our stay the best B&B experience we have ever had. Nick also kindly made sure my husband, who has celiac disease, had plenty of tasty gluten-free things to eat. Location-wise, Abbington Green is in a quiet beautiful neighborhood that is a short drive from downtown. We can't wait to visit again.
We had a very enjoyable, relaxing time at the Grandview Lodge, I would recommend this B&B, great venue. The innkeepers Jeff and Breanna were so nice and helpful on what was in the area to enjoy. What I great place!
We booked the Black Walnut to celebrate my parents' 50th wedding anniversary, and it was wonderful! We had three rooms for the six of us, and each one was beautifully decorated. The beds were perfect-from the linens to the mattress to the pillows! Breakfast was a lovely 3-course affair, with delicious coffee and top-notch service. Tea time was the perfect chance to catch up with offer folks at the inn over wine, tea, and delicious sweet and savory snacks. The inn is perfectly situated on a gorgeous lot with stunning old growth trees, and is a short one-mile walk from downtown, making walking possible and ubering cheap! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
I picked Abbington Green B&B due to a friend who highly recommended this B&B for my birthday celebration. The B&B lived up to its recommendation from the moment we checked in until we checked out. Nick, Steve and Carey could not have been nicer. Everything was wonderful from the afternoon social gathering to the gourmet breakfasts. Highly recommend the Abbington Green B&B. Hope to return in the future.
This is a fantastic place to stay in a wonderful city. Management is very helpful and prepares a wonderful breakfast every day. The rooms are great, clean, very well furnished and decorated. The bed is very comfortable. The house is absolutely beautiful. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. The porches and garden benches are a great respite for peaceful rest after a long day of vacationing. Don't miss this treasure, nor Nick, Steve, Carey.
My wife and I just spend a week in Asheville for our honeymoon and it's hard to imagine a more perfect place for us to stay than Carolina Bed and Breakfast. I have to agree with all of the positive reviews here. A few items stand out for us:  The hosts go above and beyond to make sure that your stay is fun, comfortable, and interesting. James spent so much time with us, getting to know us, and making recommendations for activities for us. As an example, we said we wanted to go on a few hikes. Then he lent us some equipment for our hikes, printed out detailed directions from his trusted sources, and gave us lots of insider knowledge, history, and context for where we were headed.  The food, both at breakfast and throughout the day, was delicious, fun, and interesting.  The love and care they share with their guests it so clear. We were there a week, and they left us personalized notes and gifts as the week went on. From day 1 we felt like we were at home. We'd definitely return next time we need a getaway in the mountains.
Found this bed and breakfast to be fantastic. Had to make a last minute change in destination thanks to hurricane Matthew and the owners had a great website to make this happen. We were greeted by Joshua on arrival and got some great advice on dinner spots since I didn't have enough time to do my own research. Room was gorgeous, bed comfortable, breakfast was delicious, had a Dutch Baby for the first time! Can't wait to come back! I have to say, given so many displaced families came to the area to flee the hurricane, the owners waved the minimum night requirement and took on 2 more couples that showed up at midnight that just needed a place to crash. This kind of humanity speaks volumes.
Lee and I were guest at Oak Hill on Love Lane B &B and wanted to let everyone know how much we enjoyed staying there. Darlene and Tony are exceptional Inn keepers taking care to address all needs of their guests in an elegant and pleasant way. Our room was very pretty, clean and was equipped with the best bedding, linens, toiletries, ladies dressing table with lighted mirror, hair dryer and bottled water. The breakfast was outstanding and served on beautiful table and China. Darlene gave each guest a bag with muffins to be shared together by couple in their own unique sitting and emailed back to her. Tony helped with our luggage and recommendations on restaurants. Lee and I loved sitting on their front porch and time spend by the fire pit seeing the view of downtown and mountains. We plan to return again next summer. The restaurant they recommended was outstanding. So glad we made this trip to Oak Hill on Love Lane. Lee and Terry
Wonderful, convenient location to just relax and enjoy Asheville's offerings which are easily accessible. Gourmet breakfasts are wonderful. Take time to enjoy conversations with other guests and the proprietors.
The Abbington Inn was lovely as well as comfortable. We have stayed at quite a few B&B's and have usually found that the really upscale ones frequently do not have a place that you can just relax. The Abbington Inn was an exception to that. There are several porches that have a wonderful view, our suite had a towel warmer, two luggage holders, a double phone charging station, choice of pillows, etc. Breakfast was delicious as well as pleasing to the eye.
We just stayed for 31/2 days at the B&B and would strongly recommend it to all of you. Great ambience, fantastic rooms with seating balconies, and a fabulous hearty breakfast. Worth every minute we spent three!
We stayed in the Holly room which was lovely and very comfortable. Peter and Lori (and Linda!) were very welcoming and helpful, planning hikes, places to eat, etc. Breakfast was truly gourmet and gathering at the end of the day for a glass of wine and snacks was a lovely time to get together with other guests and our hosts and talk about the adventures we all had. I would definitely return to Asheville and stay again at the Black Walnut!
My husband and I stayed a couple of nights for a small anniversary getaway. It was our first time staying at a B&B so we were a little nervous. But we were pleasantly surprised. Not only were the views amazing, the main house and the cabin suite we stayed in were gorgeous. The suite had everything we could need for a stay - we never actually needed to go to the main house. There was a full kitchen as well as a grill on the deck. But seeing as we were only there a couple of nights, we didn't get groceries and did go to the main house for breakfast. And are we glad we did! The food was amazing and the staff was even better! We can't wait to go back!
Where do I begin. My husband and I are somewhat private, so we generally do not choose a bed and breakfast. While traveling through the Asheville area, we called last minute and Selena quickly took care of us. Tiffany Hill is lovely. Tastefully decorated accommodating your every need. We stayed in the Lexington Suite in the Carriage house which was beyond wonderful. Separate living area, luxury bedding and bath. The best part was having breakfast served to us in the morning. There are not enough lines to describe the friendly staff, food and numerous extras. I would never stay in a hotel ever again if all B&B's were this nice! Thanks Selena and staff. I wish we didn't live on the west coast, otherwise we would come stay as often as possible.
My husband & I will cherish this trip for a life time. We stayed here 9/27-9/30/16. From the moment I spoke to Christian on the phone I knew that this would be a great place to stay. We were warmly greeted with baked goods and informed with great details about the Inn, the area, restaurants, and fun things to do. The house is beautiful, rooms are spacious, bed very comfortable, bed sheets amazing, overall well kept and vey clean. While Christian seems to be the forerunner spokes person and great with all your needs, Claudia is the rock behind the scenes this woman's cooking is absolutely amazing. She left us with great satisfaction with her skills to make breakfast an exciting Surpise. Needless to say this was no ordinary breakfast. We also enjoyed getting to know our guest mates at breakfast time. Christian and Claudia are a beautiful couple that work together to make the Inn special. It was like visiting relatives that you loved. You had all the privacy you needed but access to information or anything you needed. I enjoyed myself so much that I did not want to leave. I am already looking forward to our next visit.
The lodge is beautiful reminding me of the lodges found at some of the National Parks. The fireplace in the great room is stunning. Our bedroom was very comfortable and quiet. It was wonderful waking up to the smell of our delicious four course breakfast. Everyday there is a different menu. Last, but not least are the stunning views looking out at the valley and mountains. A very relaxing atmosphere. Although not located in Asheville, it is a lovely 20 minute drive to downtown.
Darlene and Tony are just getting started in the B&B business. They sure are on the right track. The were great and the house is great also. It really makes a difference when people love what they do. We had a great stay last weekend and look forward to coming back.
We have stayed in many B and B's and this far exceeded any we have been to. The home is beautifully decorated with a large porch. A swing on the front porch was heavenly! We stayed in "the cottage" which was a separate building from the main house. Very private and cozy! We had plush terry cloth robes, a jacuzzi tub, our own kitchen, and a king bed. The evening reception was fabulous with wine from the Biltmore and appetizers that were better than area restaurants! We met many wonderful people at these receptions. The breakfasts were masterpieces! Henry and Sarah were awesome! Homemade cookies were always available throughout the day and we had an endless supply of water and soda in our frig. There is not one thing about this B and B that I can find any faults with! The hostess even packed us up breakfast to go on check out day as we had to leave very early, so wonderful!
While The Biltmore is known to be the destination in Asheville, my vote would be for Abbington Green. Nick, our Innkeeper and host, is a lovely, passionate person. One can feel how much he enjoys the Inn and his “calling”. The Inn is classic; crystal and china table settings, a wonderful “coursed” breakfast, and fresh flowers in our room. Another nice touch, our room was made up while we were enjoying breakfast. Nick’s suggestions (Chiesa and Nine Mile) for dinners in the neighborhood were perfect. I would also recommend the Gray Line trolley tour.
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