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Asheville Hotels and B&B’s

Travelers seeking charm, romance or simply a quiet place to stay will enjoy Asheville’s dozens of inns and bed and breakfasts. On a budget? There are plenty of cheap and cheerful chain hotels too. Downtown Asheville is a popular (if often pricey) place to stay; head south a bit if you’d rather be closer to the entrance of the Biltmore estate. (You can even stay on the estate!) Cabin rentals in the mountains are another option for families and outdoorsy types, especially in the warmer months.


The Residences at Biltmore
Address: 700 Biltmore Avenue
Rates: $126 and up
Word of Mouth: “Upon arrival in the room, my husband’s comment was, ‘Can we move in?’ The one bedroom room was absolutely stunning. We used our fireplace both nights. We ate breakfast in both mornings and dinner one night. The full sized stocked kitchen made the meals easy. The staff is very knowledgable of the area and their recommendations for meals and the spa were spot on. The location is awesome as other reviewers have noted. We cannot wait to return.” –Thesneeks

Inn on Biltmore Estate
Address: 1 Antler Hill Road
Rates: $199 and up
Word of Mouth: “The level of service was excellent. The entire staff was most gracious. We have been fortunate to stay at some of the most highly rated hotels in the past and the Inn is on the level of any five star property. Yes, it is expensive but well worth the price. Beautifully managed. So impressed that we upgraded to a 12 month pass and plan to be visit every season.” — debbieo15

Brookstone Lodge
Address: 4 Roberts Road
Rates: $62 and up
Word of Mouth: “The best thing about this place is the location. You literally make two turns in less than an eighth of a mile and you are on the interstate. Also you can turn right out of the parking lot and in three miles be rolling through the Biltmore Estate entrance. The prices were also some of the best around.” — egandmb

Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown
Address: 151 Haywood Street
Rates: $138 and up
Word of Mouth: “We were warmly greeted by hotel staff when we pulled up front. The hotel was clean, modern, and in a great location. It is just a short walking distance to downtown Asheville. The rooms are spacious and well furnished. This is definitely an upscale experience without the upscale price. We will stay here again.” — MICHAEL D

Haywood Park Hotel
Address: 1 Battery Park Avenue
Rates: $185 and up
Word of Mouth: “Trying to decide where to stay in Asheville seems to always revolve around the Biltmore and what accommodations are close to it. But this special place is in the middle of downtown amid cultural art galleries, restaurants, historic buildings, boutiques, gardens, etc. It was a most lovely place to stay with large rooms, a central, comfortable, well appointed lounge on each floor, and champagne awaiting you at the front desk as the friendly staff help you to check in.” — jessie’smom

Bed and Breakfasts

AppleWood Manor Inn
Address: 62 Cumberland Circle
Rates: $145 – $230
Word of Mouth: “We just spent two evenings at the AppleWood with Larry and Nancy, and walked away incredibly refreshed. Larry gave us a great introduction to the inn that included wonderful fireplaces with leather couches nearby to read or do puzzles. Our room was fantastic — an adorable fireplace heater and wonderful pillows. Nancy and Larry did a fabulous job with a 3 course breakfast that was outstanding each morning.— contributor

Sweet Biscuit Inn
Address: 77 Kenilworth Road
Rates: $139 – $259
Word of Mouth: “We are a younger couple (late 20’s-early 30’s) who appreciate the dated and antique qualities of a B&B, but less of the over-the-top and stuffy feel that we saw a lot of while searchng. I wonder if the two other younger couples, that I was surprised to see staying there at the same time, weren’t drawn to it for the same reason. What Sweet Biscuit may be lacking in the historical perks, it made up for with space, comfort, and fresh charm.— contributor

1889 WhiteGate Inn & Cottage
Address: 173 East Chestnut Street
Rates: $159 – $389
Word of Mouth: “We found this B&B on the internet, everything looked great. What a suprise to find that it far exceeded our expectations. Food was great and they went far beond to prepare for my restrictive diet. The rooms are fantastic where can you get a hot tub for two and a steam shower in a 1898 building. Great mix old with the new. The owners make you feel part of the family.” — contributor

The Lion and the Rose
Address: 276 Montford Avenue
Rates: $135 – $235
Word of Mouth: “The Lion and the Rose has everything one can want for, class, charm and the best breakfast ever at the most beautifully set table. One night was not enough and we hope to return some day to take advantage of the pleasant living area, books to read and delicious chocolates all over the place.” — contributor

Chestnut Street Inn
Address: 176 East Chestnut Street
Rates: $99 – $149
Word of Mouth: “The rooms are very well decorated, and the prices during off-season are a tremendous bargain. We were well treated and well received by LaDonna as well as by other members of the staff. The music that was playing at a low volume in the sitting room was fitting for the occassion. Decor, location, and price are the top reasons we will book here again.” — contributor

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