A friend and I stayed at the Inn for a "girls weekend" and we had an absolutely wonderful time, largely due to Nancy and Roger's friendliness, hospitality, and wonderful suggestions on what to do and where to eat in Black Mountain and Asheville. The Inn is lovely, the minute you walk in you feel right at home. We stayed in the "Summertime" room, which was very nice and quite large, and we really enjoyed the access to the second story porch. We spent much of our "downtime" on the porch swing enjoying the view and the fresh mountain air. The breakfasts were fantastic and very creative, and the cookies that were left outside our door each evening were divine. We also enjoyed the fact that the Inn is close to town, and is within walking distance to most everything in Black Mountain. I can't say enough good things about Nancy and Roger and their wonderful Inn...can't wait to go back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A charming 100 year old Victorian Bed and Breakfast just steps away from picturesque Black Mountain. ... more less