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We have stayed at many B&Bs - this was the best. The hosts, Susan and James were very welcoming and helpful - with a wealth of information about Asheville and its legends. They served beautiful, unusual breakfasts and late afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres -...More
My husband and I had never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast until we stayed here. James goes above and beyond to make your visit to Asheville wonderful. Susan is a fabulous cook...her breakfasts are phenominal. The house has a homie feel to it and...More
We've stayed in a lot of bed & breakfasts across the country, but the hospitality we experienced with James & Susan was top notch. The large comfortable rooms my class reunion friends and I stayed in were really interesting with artwork from the couple's travels...More
When I asked my husband what was the highlight of our recent visit to Asheville he replied, "Susan's breakfasts." I would agree. We spent four nights at the Carolina Bed and Breakfast and loved every minute it. Each morning began with a delicious, yet healthy,...More
We just spent an early fall weekend at the Carolina Bed and Breakfast and in all honesty, we could not have asked for better accomodations or hospitality. The bed and breakfast sits on a relatively quiet street, shady and pleasant, and the gardens outside are...More
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Our B&B is about three miles from the entrance to the Biltmore Estate. It is another four miles from the entrance to the house. You can take a taxi there but unfortunately the Biltmore does not... More
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Our B&B is about three miles from the entrance to the Biltmore Estate. It is another four miles from the entrance to the house. You can take a taxi there but unfortunately the Biltmore does not have any form of transportation inside the Estate. Asheville itself has limited public transportation. For the most part you will need a car to really benefit from all the city has to offer. And there is a lot! Besides the Biltmore, downtown Asheville (a short walk from the Carolina B&B) is considered to be a architectural jewel in addition to be filled with independent boutiques and restaurants. Three miles from downtown area in the opposite direction is our River Arts District, full of artist's studios and galleries. Then, of course, there is the Blue Ridge Parkway with it's stunning vistas of the Mountains, accessible both by car and for hiking. Outside the city, farms and farmer's markets abound.
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