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The Carolina Bed & Breakfast offers Asheville, NC lodging that perfectly mingles history, comfort, charm, and hospitality.

We can’t wait for you to visit Asheville and discover all that the area has to offer while you enjoy our Western North Carolina bed and breakfast.

 

Traveling from the East via I-40 West: Exit I-40 at Exit 53. Follow signs onto I-240 into Asheville. Take Exit 4C (Montford Avenue). At top of exit ramp turn right (north) at traffic light onto Montford Avenue. At next traffic signal turn right onto Chestnut Street. Go one block. Turn left onto Cumberland Avenue. The house will be 2 blocks from Chestnut Street on the right.

Traveling from the South or West via I-26 or I-40 East: I-26 and I-40 meet at Asheville. Take exit onto I-240. Travel about 4 miles to Exit 4C (Montford Avenue). At top of ramp turn right at traffic light. Go one block to next light and turn right (north) onto Montford Avenue. Go about 1/4 mile to traffic light at Chestnut Street, turn right onto Chestnut. Go one block. Turn left onto Cumberland Avenue. The house will be 2 blocks from Chestnut Street on the right.

Traveling From U.S. 19/23, coming from the North: Take the exit for I-240-Asheville East. Exit I-240 at the next exit (Exit 4C – Montford Avenue). At top of ramp turn right at traffic light. Go one block to next light and turn right (north) onto Montford Avenue. Go about 1/4 mile to traffic light at Chestnut Street, turn right onto Chestnut. Go one block. Turn left onto Cumberland Avenue. The house will be 2 blocks from Chestnut Street on the right.


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Our Guests Say...

The difference between staying at a B&B and a hotel is the difference between being a stranger in a strange land and visiting good family! James and Susan were so accommodating and really know their town. Nothing could be better than this.

— Sally, Virginia Beach, VA

We stayed in the Cottage, which was adorable! It is large, well decorated and luxurious. The daily breakfast was fantastic and we truly enjoyed the wine in the afternoon.

— Erin, Wilmington, NC

A Note from Your Host…

The peonies of May are finished in our garden and the daisies of June and July are spreading their color, flanked by roses and nasturtiums. Our tomato plants are lush and already heavy with fruit.  The jalapenos are gifting me with their usual non-stop harvest and this year, at last, I might get a zucchini or two!  It is summer in Western North Carolina with long hot days and nights cooled by the mountain breeze.  The ceiling fans revolve in a lazy circle over the porch swing.  It’s a perfect vantage point to watch the children ride by on their bikes and listen to the birds as they sing in the trees.  This is when “seasonal” cooking really comes into its own.  Each week brings a new pleasure from the early radishes and sweet peas of summer to the red plums of June and the sweet peaches of July and August.  With so much abundance it is hard to decide what to make for our guests so every week brings something new to the table.

We love our town and our mountains and look forward to welcoming you to the Carolina Bed & Breakfast!