Quiet luxury cabins in a country setting. Fireplaces, full kitchens, trails, spectacular mountain and river views. Organic gardening project is worth the time for a tour
On 200 acres near Gatlinburg in the Smoky Mountains. Voted best bed and breakfast in the area. Named one of the 10 most romantic in the country. AAA 4 Diamond. Fine dining. Luxury rooms. Personal service.
The Terrell House is a restored, early 1900's Colonial, built as a girl's dormitory for the Stanley McCormick School. The bed and breakfast inn has six lovely guest rooms, each with private bath, sitting area, and queen or twin beds.
The Inn is comfortable, quaint & secluded on a hill overlooking downtown Asheville. Enjoy an elegant, full breakfast in front of the fireplace in winter or in summer on the wide verandah... savoring the moment... while viewing the surrounding mountains.
Elegant,award-winning,historic home and carriage house--English theme throughout with prize-winning English gardens. Rooms and suites with king bed, whirlpool& shower, fireplace, HDTV, WIFI. Sumptuous candlelit breakfast served on crystal and china.
Turn-of-the-century residence with European elegance. A parlor with fireplace, sunroom, and five beautifully appointed guestrooms. Stone patio and landscaped gardens for outdoor enjoyment and relaxation.
A Bed of Roses was built around 1897 by Oliver Davis Revell as an investment property for Mrs J.B. Gray. O.D. Revell, a successful developer and self made man, was fatherless as an infant and an orphan by the age of 16, but grew from a talented carpenter to a shrewd businessman, building many variants of the Queen Anne style in Asheville. Shortly after Mrs. Gray was widowed, in 1897 O.D. Revel and Carolyn Gray were married, combining their fortunes and expanding his success into the former Indian Territories of Oklahoma. The Oliver Davis Room, the Revell Room and the Carolyn Gray Room are all named after this couple.
The Historic Register of Asheville lists the house as the Marvin B. Wilkinson House. Mr. Wilkinson purchased the house in 1904 and was its first long-term occupant. The Wilkinson room is named in his honor.
Architecturally, the home is a Queen Anne Victorian featuring a large second story polygonal corner projection or turret with a broad ogee roof. The Turret Suite occupies this corner projection and stretches across the front façade of the house, opening to the right hand balcony through a broad glass paned door. The front porch is characterized by stylized Doric columns sitting on stone pedestals. Situated to the back of a long narrow expanse of lawn, flowering trees and gardens, the building beckons you to follow the long path in and explore this peaceful remnant of Victorian history.
The Wright Inn & Carriage House represents one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture found in the Historic Montford District. The Wright Inn offers some of the finest lodging in Asheville, NC.
Beautiful Queen Anne Mansion, leaded/stained glass & antiques throughout. Sumptuous gourmet breakfast, morning coffee/tea delivered to your door. In Montford Historic District. An easy walk to downtown Asheville, and just 3 miles to the Biltmore Estate.
The Chestnut Street Inn is an easy walk or drive to downtown Asheville. This 1905 Colonial Revival home is an architectural delight featuring the original staircase with a "courting bench," ornate mantels, high ceilings, and large porches.