An attractive Colonial style house with Smokey Mountain views, 6 bedrooms all with private baths, 5 have queen size beds, one room has twins, a back terrace to chill out, only 10 minutes walk from beautiful and Historic Burnsville. Each room has a seating area and two have convertible sofas. Lots to see and do around Burnsville, McIlroy Historic House, crafts (World famous Penland is nearby), walking, gem panning, shops, golf (45 minutes away). Burnsville has the best quilt trails in America. Something is happening in Burnsville most weekends. A special and formal breakfast on silver service is served daily. Property was a dormitory for a girls school built in 1910's and is decorated tastefully. Mount Mitchell (6,684 ft)is nearby and easily reached. Lots more..
4.0 on April 15, 2018
Our stay at the Terrell House B&B was very nice. The room was comfortable and well appointed. The innkeepers were very friendly and accommodating and the breakfasts were fresh, and as artful as they were delicious. Although the grounds looked lovely and inviting, we were unable to enjoy them in the short time we were there. Perhaps on our next visit . . . There are only two suggestions I might make, though they are minor. 1. It was difficult to find a place to stow our luggage and clothing. 2. It was difficult to reach the innkeepers by the phone that was listed on the website. Nancy & Lon from Tampa
5 on August 31, 2017
My husband and I stayed at the Terrell House for one night. The place is very quaint and homey. The hosts were warm and very accommodating. The breakfast was wonderful; We will definitely stay there again.
4.6 on June 04, 2014
The Terrell House far exceeded my expectations. All rooms were comfortable and beautifully decorated. Innkeepers were charming. Great value.
5 on February 27, 2014
Great stay at the T.H. Mike & Laura welcomed us and made our stay delightful. Rooms charming & clean. Breakfast fabulous. Will return.
5 on December 20, 2013
Very good place to stay. Very clean, good food, comfortable bed. Welcoming hosts.
5 on November 25, 2013
The owners of the Terrell Inn are awesome!! The facility is superb. Breakfast. excellent!
4.6 on November 25, 2013
Extremely enjoyable stay.
4.8 on September 16, 2013
I was in the Burnsville area one recent weekend, and found myself unexpectedly needing to spend the night in town. Even though it was last-minute, Mike and Laura welcomed me to the last room they had left....and even made sure I was in safely that night. The Terrell House was charming, the atmosphere was warm and welcoming, and the room was absolutely immaculate - best night's sleep I've had in ages! Top that off with interesting guests at a yummy breakfast the next morning, and you have a winner - can't wait to come back!! -Laura
5 on August 19, 2013
We had a great stay in a lovely room with great people. Our 2nd visit here - we plan many more!
5 on August 06, 2013
Lovely B&B, very inviting, beautiful rooms with comfortable beds. Breakfast very tasty. I recommend to everyone
Tammy's room is traditionally decorated with a queen bed, chairs and its own shower.
Virginia's room is traditionally decorated with a queen bed, chairs and its own shower
Ann's room is a quality room with views of the lawns and woods decorated in soft blues with twin beds with separate and private showering area.
Patricia's room is delicate and for romantics. Soak in the claw foot, hand painted tub or use the shower. The room overlooks our landscaped acre of lawns.
Betty's room is decorated in "Americana" style and also includes a convertible sofa. The is plenty of sitting room and a en-suite shower room.
Sandi's room is a large stately room with a queen pencil post bed, convertible sofa and two wing back chairs with en-suite shower and mountain views.
Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Asheville, NC (AVL) 50 miles
Take I-26 North from Asheville, to 19 E to Burnsville. Take the downtown Exit as entering town (Take the first right past Andy's garage on to West Main Street). Approximately half a mile toward town, Robertson Street is on the left opposite the Carolina Bank, and we are about 200 yards up Robertson Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Seasonal Festivals, Penland Arts and Crafts Centre, Mount Mitchell (6,684 ft), Golf (Mt. Mitchell, Reems Creek, etc), McIlroy Historic House, Gem panning, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo