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Cudos to Mary and her staff. I love the Oakland Cottage B&B and we plan on being regular guests. No more hotels for us. Breakfast was AMAZING EVERY morning. I loved our room and we were close to everything.
My husband and I recently stayed at the Oakland cottage B&B, in the Little Garden Room. Delightful accomodations and amenities, great hosts (Mary and Tammy), and delicious breakfasts! The cottage also has a great porch to sit on and relax. This home is near the...More
The Little Garden room at Oakland Cottage was the perfect haven for me on my solo springtime visit to Asheville. The bedroom looks out over a lawn surrounded by beautiful old trees. Sweet birdsong welcomed each morning. I loved the claw foot tub in the...More
My husband and I stayed at Oakland last weekend and were pleasantly surprised by the charm of the house - a vintage early 20th century gracious old home, most details and even living room furniture original, the excellent filling and tasty breakfasts (with vegetarian options...More
We picked it on the way driving to Asheville, no review surfing, just picked it. What a lucky choice. The Inn is just a great place--close to downtown hipster Asheville and just as close to Biltmore Village and nestled in a quiet neighborhood. The building...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).