Top Asheville Bed and Breakfasts

Top Bed and Breakfasts in and around Asheville

Below are the best bed and breakfast inns in Asheville and western North Carolina mountains near Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway for a romantic getaway. All have luxury accommodations with a private bath, delicious breakfasts and many extra amenities. With the large number of Asheville B&Bs, the inns are competitive, translating into highly reviewed places with well-appointed rooms and helpful innkeepers. While rates may appear higher at B&Bs compared to some hotels and rentals, you'll get many extras at no extra charge. Take home memories for a lifetime. (Feature Photo: Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast)

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Best B&Bs in and near Asheville

Bent Creek Lodge Asheville
Stay in the heart of the mountains in this elegantly rustic lodge, only yards from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Enjoy the serenity and peace of the mountain woods birds and squirrels, crackling fireplace, country breakfast and hiking trails graced with waterfalls. 10 guest rooms, $135 - $250, whirlpool tubs and Direct TV in select... read more
Cumberland Falls Bed and Breakfast Asheville
Located in a quiet historic neighborhood, just one mile from downtown Asheville. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and koi ponds, the inn is the perfect combination of old and new. On-site spa, bike rentals, and concierge services. Private hiking and kayaking tours depart daily with Blue Ridge Certified Naturalist Guide/Innkeeper David... read more
Pinecrest B&B Asheville
Comfortably elegant five-bedroom inn, Pinecrest sits on an acre of lush gardens in the desirable Montford historic district, one mile to downtown Asheville, three miles to Biltmore.  Serving indulgent breakfasts, fresh baked cookies, and complimentary beverages on our sunporch. Let innkeepers Dan and Diane make your trip... read more
Inn on Montford
This intimate and romantic AAA Four Diamond inn offers five luxury guestrooms and three secluded pet-friendly suites with private gardens and entrances. Evening social hour every day with live music on Saturday nights. 5 rooms, 3 suites $180-$625, king beds, fireplaces, steam baths, whirlpools, pet-friendly, 3-course breakfast.... read more
Applewood Manor Bed and Breakfast Asheville
Located in the Montford Area Historic District of Asheville just a short walk to the heart of downtown, this boutique-style B&B sits on a knoll surrounded by an acre of giant wild cherries, apple trees, oaks, pines, maples, and a variety of ora. The property is just 3 miles from Biltmore, a short 10-minute drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway,... read more
Princess Anne Hotel, Asheville
Find the charm of a B&B with the privacy of a hotel at this historic inn, located less than a mile from downtown in the Grove Park neighborhood. Many amenities include the made-to-order breakfast and evening wine reception with hors d'oeuvres. 16 rooms, $130-$350, guest passes to YMCA, free parking, wi-fi, concierge, eucalyptus... read more
Chestnut Street Inn
One of the most distinctive historic inns in Asheville features luxury linens, comfortable beds, creative breakfasts, afternoon cookies, our rotating port wine selection of the week, custom concierge services and dozens of preplanned adventures. 8 rooms, $169-$399, wifi, fireplaces, steam room, jet tubs, suites.Relax on the... read more
Orchard Inn
This historic inn is an elegant mountaintop retreat with peaceful views and plenty of amenities. Stay in a B&B room, suite or cottage and dine at their romantic Newman’s restaurant for a delicious farm-to-table dinner or Sunday brunch. Listed on the National Historic Register. 9 rooms, 5 cottages, $150-$315, pet-friendly,... read more
Cedar Crest Inn
The magnificent Queen Anne mansion provides guests with a glimpse back in time. Lavish interior woodwork, period antiques and Victorian décor are found throughout. Just a few blocks from Biltmore Estate. 12 rooms, $165-$349, 2 guest cottage suites, private baths, fireplaces, gourmet breakfast, 1.5 miles from downtown... read more
1889 WhiteGate Inn Bed and Breakfast Asheville
Experience this 4-diamond Asheville bed and breakfast nestled between stunning mountain views and historic downtown. Perfect for a romantic getaway, this property features lush gardens, cascading streams and Koi ponds, and a Greenhouse Conservatory that is home to 1,500 orchids and tropicals. $169-$389, 4 rooms, 4 Jacuzzi suites,... read more
Sweet Biscuit Inn Asheville
Ideally located in the quiet, eclectic neighborhood of Kenilworth, Sweet Biscuit Inn is less than 3/4 mile from Biltmore, only 1-1/2 miles from the heart of downtown Asheville, less than 2 miles from the River Arts District, and minutes away from the Blue Ridge Parkway! The inn offers urban sophistication alongside comfort and charm. Guests... read more
Albemarle Inn
This AAA Four Diamond bed and breakfast is housed in a magnificent 1909 Greek Revival mansion in the tranquil Grove Park District. Nestled on nearly two acres with an expansive lawn and gardens. Minutes to downtown restaurants, galleries and Biltmore. 9 rooms, 2 suites, $170-$395, full gourmet breakfast, member of Select Registry.... read more
Engadine Inn B&B
Situated on more than 12 acres of rolling hills with beautiful mountain views, this 1885 Queen Anne Victorian Mansion has wraparound porches and very spacious guestrooms, all with sitting areas. 12 miles to downtown Asheville. 4 rooms, 1 suite, $199-$289, central AC, WiFi, gas fireplaces, made-from-scratch baked goods and hot breakfast... read more
North Lodge on Oakland
The 1905 stone-and-shingle home features antiques and contemporary furnishings. Affordable luxury located just one mile from the Biltmore Estate. 1.5 miles from downtown Asheville. 6 rooms, $139-$259, cable TV, gardens, WiFi, 3-course mountain breakfast.Comfortable and bright bedrooms have plush bedding and amenities rarely... read more
1899 Wright Inn & Carriage House Asheville
This Queen Anne Victorian Inn is Three Diamond AAA-rated with turn of the century charm and modern-day conveniences. Select a room with a fireplace, jetted tub for two, eat-in dining, or a balcony. 1 mile from downtown. 10 rooms, Carriage House, $169-$549, in-room two-person Jacuzzi tubs, large wrap-around porch, gourmet... read more
Beaufort House Inn, Asheville
Stay in a gracious, historic 1894 Victorian mansion just a half mile from downtown. It's stately yet casual. Evening wine tasting. Awake to a gourmet two-course breakfast. Beautiful garden setting on 1.5 acres in the Chestnut Hill Historic District. Find old world charm with today's luxuries. 11 rooms, $179-$325, two-person... read more
Lion & Rose Bed and Breakfast
This beautiful 1898 pink lady in the Montford historic district near downtown Asheville is uniquely decorated with antiques, period-style furnishings and Persian rugs. The high ceilings, four fireplaces, original golden oak and stained glass create a stunning environment. 5 rooms, $159-249, private baths, gourmet breakfast, free Wi-Fi,... read more
Marshall House Inn
This newly renovated B&B features contemporary room inside a 1903 home listed on the national register of historic places. Perched on a hill above downtown and French Broad River, it's just steps from shops, restaurants and music. 30-minute drive to Asheville. 4 rooms, $130-$159, king-sized beds with luxurious linens, wi-fi,... read more
Biltmore Village Inn, Asheville
This elegant AAA Four Diamond Queen Ann Victorian, the closest bed & breakfast to Biltmore Estate, offer historic southern beauty with modern amenities. Three blocks from Biltmore's gate, and an easy ten minutes from downtown Asheville. Enjoy mountain views from the wraparound porch or pergola. 7 rooms, $199-$355 (double occupancy,... read more
Sourwood Inn
Experience the true essence of the western NC mountains with 100 acres of mountaintop solitude, only 10 miles from downtown Asheville and two miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Dinner is offered Thursdays through Sundays. 12 guestrooms, 1 cabin, $155-$190, walking trails, wood-burning fireplaces, soaking tubs, balconies with... read more
Inn on Mill Creek
Tucked away on seven private, wooded acres inside Pisgah National Forest, this casual B&B is located near the charming small town of Black Mountain and has spacious guest rooms decorated to reflect the natural beauty of the mountains. 6 rooms, $159-$219, WiFi, fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs, gardens, pond, organic orchard, pet-friendly,... read more
Terrell House B&B
Get away to the heart of the mountains and enjoy a gracious stay in an historic home in the Toe River Valley. Big art scene and many great outdoor adventures in the shadow of Mt. Mitchell. Walk to the charming town square for shopping, dining or relaxing. 6 rooms, $110-$130, including a hearty full breakfast. 40 minutes to Asheville,... read more
Windover Inn
This romantic 1910 Colonial Revival Inn with wraparound porch veranda is nestled between the Blue Ridge Parkway and Smoky Mountains. Walk to downtown Waynesville. 8 rooms, $115-$195, 2-person whirlpool tubs, pillow-top mattresses, in-suite breakfast, candlelit fireplaces, beautiful outdoor spaces. Only 30 minutes from Asheville.... read more
Oak Hill on Love Lane B&B
Beautifully appointed historic inn with warm Southern hospitality, magnificent mountain views, and an award winning fire pit and waterfall terrace. Included in your stay is a 3-course breakfast, 24 hour coffee/tea and afternoon homemade baked goods. 5 rooms & suites, $165-$250, fireplaces, en-suite baths, wi-fi, flat screen TVs, luxury... read more
Wildberry Lodge
Enjoy spectacular mountain views and sunsets from this luxury, log mountain lodge, complete with a massive stone fireplace. Relax on your private balcony, snooze in a swing on the covered porch, or soak up the rays on the sun deck. 5 rooms, $169-$379, WiFi, satelitte TV, videos/DVDs, library, BBQ grill, luxury linens, most rooms have a... read more
Reynolds Mansion
Listed on the National Registry for Historic Places, this Mansion was built in 1847 and is one of the few remaining pre-Civil War homes. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast in the Grand Dining Room or sip your morning coffee on the massive porches. 13 rooms, $205-$305, private baths, fireplace, Jacuzzi or claw foot tubs, LCD TVs. Cottages and the... read more
Abbington Green B&B
Find history, style and romance at this AAA Four Diamond Inn, designed by Biltmore Estate’s architect in 1908. It is surrounded by prize-winning English gardens and mature trees in the Montford Historic District. 9 rooms, $229-$449, WiFi, multi-course gourmet breakfast served on... read more
Andon Reid B&B
Voted one of the Top 25 B&Bs in the USA and ideally-located to enjoy the Great Smoky Mountains, Biltmore and Asheville, this historic B&B provides casual comfort and friendly hospitality. 7 rooms & suites, $139-$225, complimentary breakfast and afternoon baked treats, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, wraparound porch,... read more
Arbor House Black Mountain
This beautiful B&B offers a retreat on Lake Tomahawk overlooking the Craggy Mountains in Black Mountain. Located less than 1/2 mile walk to town with lots of shops, restaurants and 3 breweries and an easy 15-minute drive to Biltmore, Asheville and Blue Ridge Parkway. Arbor House offers serenity and relaxation with its lake walking... read more
Carolina B&B Asheville
Just a short walk from downtown Asheville, be welcomed by a historic bed and breakfast in this 1900 Arts & Crafts-style home. Their king- and queen- bedded rooms are spacious and light with comfortable beds and luxury linens. 5 rooms plus a cottage, $175-$280. Full gourmet breakfast, evening reception, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, free WiFi,... read more
Black Walnut Inn Bed and Breakfast Asheville
This magnificent 1899 home is renovated to the elegance of a bygone era while offering modern convenience. Perfect location for area attractions, and walking distance to the heart of downtown. Pet-friendly cottage with kitchenette. 8 rooms, $230-$395, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, luxury amenities, wine and afternoon tea, three-course gourmet... read more
Honey Hill Cabins
Enjoy gorgeous mountain views from a log cabin situated on a hilltop overlooking an historic inn. All fully-equiped cabins have porches with mountain or forest views. Stroll the grounds and enjoy a spectacular sunrise or sunset. 6 cabins, $209-$399, weekly & monthly rates, cable TV, DVD player, two pet friendly cabins, butterfly... read more
Waverly Inn, Hendersonville
Built in 1898, this grand historic inn in downtown puts you in the middle of many restaurants, shops, breweries and things to do within walking distance. Begin your day with the farm-to-table breakfast and unwind with the afternoon social hour on the Verandas. Book a couple's massage in their Petite Spa. 15 rooms, from $139, luxurious... read more
Yellow House Inn Waynesville
Built in 1885, this charming bed & breakfast is situated on 5 rolling acres in small town Waynesville. Enjoy coffee and breakfast on the veranda with large rockers and fresh mountain air. There’s plenty to explore in town including local shops, restaurants, art galleries, antique stores, and more. 7 rooms, three-course breakfast,... read more
3Bs B&B Dog Resort
This dog-loving resort is a playcation for pups and their owners, just 20 minutes from Asheville. Find dog beds and bowls in every room, along with private dog cabins and fenced play area. Their 5 acres include wooded walking trails and a spring fed swimming pond. 8 rooms/suites & 1 cottage, $109-$189 includes breakfast, Wi-Fi, satellite... read more
Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association
Staying at a Bed & Breakfast offers guests a unique and luxurious experience. Find historic lodgings with expansive choices to retreat with wraparound porches, quaint gardens, cozy rooms, private ensuite bathrooms, and loads of charms. The extras provided to guests at no charge far outweigh the costs when compared to like-quality hotels and... read more
Dry Ridge Inn Bed and Breakfast Weaverville
Located in the charming town of Weaverville, this turn of the century Inn sits on an acre of well-maintained gardens, including a small pond and waterfall garden. Enjoy the comfort of a hot breakfast each morning and explore nearby galleries, shops, and dining. Just 7 miles from downtown Asheville and the Blue Ridge Parkway is just 8 miles away... read more
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Top 10 reasons to stay in an Asheville bed and breakfast

1. The Innkeepers: B&B owners and innkeepers are part tour guide, part historian, part chef, part housekeeper. They do this for the love of hospitality - so it's not just a job. Book direct with them!

2. Gracious & Helpful: Get personalized recommendations to help you plan the perfect getaway for your interests and dreams. From finding the best restaurants to arranging an extra special experience, you'll have access to plenty of local advice.

3. Food: Lucky for you, awake to one of the best breakfasts in town. Innkeepers get up very early to prepare a homecooked meal. It's a great time to visit with other guests to trade ideas for things to do. Linger with your coffee on the front porch or living room. Many have evening pre-dinner wine tastings too.

4. Value: While the rates at B&Bs often appear higher than other places to stay, they include many amenities at no extra charge - including breakfasts, afternoon snacks, wi-fi, parking, gardens and more.

4. Reputation: Many B&Bs depend on word-of-mouth recommendations and great reviews. So they always work hard to make each stay the best possible.

5. Originality: Each bed and breakfast is one of a kind. Since there is such a big variety of inns, pick one that fits your tastes.

6. Backstories: Many of the B&Bs are located in historic houses with plenty of history and character. Innkeepers also have fascinating and inspiring stories of their journey.

8. Memories: Do you remember the generic hotel room that you stayed in five years ago? Make priceless memories that you'll talk about for many years. Staying in a B&B is a bucket list item for many.

9. Peaceful: Make yourself at home! Enjoy peaceful moments of serenity - snuggled by a fire or rocking on a porch. Find perfect spots to slow down and unwind.

10. Great Locations: Often, a bed and breakfast is in a residential neighborhood, giving a sense of being at your home away from home. And they are super convenient to plenty of things to do.

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