Harmony Hill Bed and Breakfast is the restored home of Jim and Barbara Halsey. Constructed around 1890, this beautiful Victorian residence was originally built for the Frank Fields family and was later purchased by Jim's grandfather, Aaron Gambill, in 1925.
The influence of the Queen Anne style is visible in the three sided bays and in the decorative trim work, including turned porch posts and balusters, the large molded cornices over the windows, and the gingerbread that surrounds the porches and gazebos.
A unique feature in the home is the grand entrance hall from which the staircase. . .
Herren House Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant is located in the heart of downtown Waynesville, the "Gateway to the Smokies," making it the perfect spot for a vacation or weekend getaway to the beautiful North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains.
Located just one block from one of the most charming NC mountain towns in the Smokies, Herren House is the closest B&B to the downtown Waynesville shopping district offering antique shops, art galleries, crafts, gifts, furniture, clothing, shoes, coffee shops and restaurants. There are festivals, parades, performances and other community events held in do. . .
Built in 1894, this romantic bed and breakfast inn offering Asheville lodging has been meticulously restored and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Our 11 guestrooms offer the architectural charm of a Queen Anne Victorian and the luxuries of a boutique hotel. This property was previously the Asheville residence to actor Charlton Heston and his wife, Lydia. Situated in the quiet residential neighborhood of the Chestnut Hill Historic District and minutes from downtown Asheville, it sits on 1.5 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds and gardens. You may choose from the followin. . .
This gorgeous Queen Anne peach sitting in lush surroundings, offers romance and privacy.
The Lion and The Rose Bed and Breakfast is less than a mile from downtown Asheville and just three miles from the Biltmore Estate.
It is a place where you can indulge your fantasies, savor decadent breakfasts, and relax in comfy soft surroundings.
Each guest room includes a queen bed, private en suite bath, luxurious linens and robes, TV/DVD player, WiFi, and beautiful art & antiques.
With the distinction of being North Carolina's oldest town, Washington is steeped in history — pre-Revolutionary architecture in the lush natural setting known as the Inner Banks. And when visiting Washington, we invite you to stay at the Pamlico House — a century-old bed and breakfast with a history of its own. LocationWashington and the Pamlico House are a short twenty minute drive from Greenville and East Carolina University, and a convenient stop on the way to the Outer Banks. Located in Washington's Historic District, the Pamlico House was built by St. Peter's Episcopal Church as a rector. . .
Strategically located in downtown Chapel Hill, North Carolina sits the distinguished Franklin Hotel, an iconic building of this fascinating and historic city. Delight in the hotel's delightful and hospitable staff, relax in the rooms' plush beds, and take advantage of the many amenities offered at the Franklin. Choose from one of the elegantly appointed guestrooms or opt to stay in a grandiose penthouse suite.
Enjoy a delicious evening meal or a complimentary breakfast at the hotel's “Windows Restaurant,” reinvigorate yourself at the fitness center, and treat yourself to a luxurious in-roo. . .
A fifteen minute walk from downtown Asheville, the casually elegant Carolina Bed & Breakfast welcomes you. The comfortable front porch and parlors are perfect for relaxation in every season. Warming fireplaces greet you in winter and cool garden breezes and a porch swing are perfect in summer.
Inside the house is tastefully decorated with original artwork and antiques from the owners' time overseas.
Five large bedrooms and a cottage are available with king or queen beds. Fine linens, plush towels and robes are among the many amenities in your room. Air conditioning and WiFi are . . .
The 1900 Inn on Montford invites you to be our guest and discover bed and breakfast comfort and hospitality with a warmth and graciousness that is reminiscent of Biltmore's Gilded Age.
The Inn is located in the very heart of the Montford Historic District. It exemplifies the Arts and Crafts style made popular in Asheville by noted society architect, Richard Sharp Smith, supervising Architect to Biltmore House. Illustrated in his publication of 1901, My Sketchbook, the house is considered to be one of his finest residential commissions. Today it is an elegant AAA Four-Diamond Inn furnishe. . .
The only pet-friendly AAA Four-Diamond Bed and Breakfast in the Southeast
Under the same ownership for well over a decade, our completely renovated Victorian home stands on a hill in the historic district in Asheville NC amid stately, mature trees and flowers. Easy walking distance to our vibrant downtown in which Asheville is carefully grooming its burgeoning reputation as a culinary mecca. The Biltmore Estates, is a 3 mile drive. Though in a neighborhood setting our location provides convenient access to I-240, I-40 and I-26 so you can leisurely enjoy not only Asheville but quick day trips to neighboring towns with fun things to do.
The Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast is a luxury B & B in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina. This 1905 English Tudor style home, listed on the National Registry of Historic places, overlooks an acre of lush grounds and woods and has been restored with elegance and grace. The Innkeepers, Stacy Shelley, Janna and James Martin, invite you to experience relaxation, privacy and pampering. We take great pride in providing our guests with gracious and warm hospitality and look forward to helping you enjoy your visit to Asheville.
Step away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax on t. . .
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is an archival center, collecting museum and teaching facility devoted to the international struggle for civil and human rights. The Museum celebrates the nonviolent protests of the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins that served as a catalyst in the civil rights movement.. . .
Carowinds is a great way to spend your summer, with twelve action-packed roller coasters, dozens of thrill and water adventures, and the overflowing fun of Boomerang Bay water park. (Boomerang Bay is open during the summer only. Click here for our operating calendar.) Gather friends and family in the Carolina Boardwalk area of the park which features games, merchandise and food locations reflecting some of the best known themes along the Carolina coast including lighthouses, boats, fishing and seafood.
It's a day made for families from exciting attractions to thrilling special events and sh. . .