Why Stay in an Asheville Bed and Breakfast?

Why Stay in a Bed and Breakfast? Top 10 Reasons

Did you know that the Asheville and the surrounding North Carolina mountains are home to 100+ bed and breakfasts, making it the biggest B&B destination in the Southeast? Most are located in grand, historic homes - all equipped with the latest modern amenities. All of the B&Bs that we feature are very professionally operated, have all private baths, wonderful common areas like porches or living rooms, and are located in very convenient locations to plenty to see and do.

More than half of these inns are located within a few miles of downtown Asheville and Biltmore Estate. Others are in quaint nearby towns near plenty of hiking and waterfalls. See our Favorite B&Bs in and near Asheville.

Bed and Breakfast in Asheville

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.

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.

Mountains in the Morning Cookbook

New in 2017: The Asheville Bed & Breakfast "Morning in the Mountains" Cookbook. Read all about it.

Asheville Bed and Breakfast

A holiday stay in a bed and breakfast during Christmas at Biltmore is extra festive!

Bed and Breakfasts
Top 35 Bed & Breakfasts
See our favorite and highest reviewed Asheville bed and breakfast inns in the western North Carolina mountains near Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway. All have luxury accommodations with a long list of amenities. Innkeepers are delighted to help with special occassions and requests.

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