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All reviewsdogwood suiterose roomother guestsfront porchgathering roomsmall porchday bedprivate entrancethe river arts districtupon arrival we were greetedsmall tvbiltmore estate and villagebreakfasts were greatwonderful amenitiesbed and breakfastquiet streeteach morning
From the moment we arrived at this beautiful home, we were welcomed like "old friends". The atmosphere was very warm and inviting.
Warm cookies, hot coffee and tea are offered on arrival.
The details and decorating that went into making this 1910 home into a...More
Great place for a relaxing get away with very cozy, peaceful and comfortable rooms!
Located just minutes from downtown Asheville.
Christine and Dale are most gracious hosts and very accommodating.
I would have to rank the breakfast meals with 5 stars. The food is excellent!...More
We loved staying at the Oakland Cottage Bed and Breakfast! It seemed far away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, but it was really only a 5 minute Uber ride away! My boyfriend and I had never stayed in a B & B before,...More
What a great place! The staff was super friendly and gave us great advice on things to do and places to eat. The breakfast was amazing. The room was comfortable and inviting. We stayed in the Dogwood room with a private entrance. It was nice...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Oakland Cottage. The home was literally minutes away from downtown which was very convenient. The hosts were so kind and the breakfast was to die for. You can tell that they have a knack for pleasing guests! The room...More
Response from Mary Kelton B | Property representative |
Thanks for your inquiry. I do not think it is an easy walk to the main/fun part of downtown. It is just a little too far - about 1.5 mile to the Orange Peel (music hall), 2 miles to downtown's Pack Monument (I... More
Thanks for your inquiry. I do not think it is an easy walk to the main/fun part of downtown. It is just a little too far - about 1.5 mile to the Orange Peel (music hall), 2 miles to downtown's Pack Monument (I consider this monument to be town center). I recommend driving and parking in one of the garages. All the garages are free first hour, $1.00 each hour thereafter (except for special events - $7-10 ea visit).