Get away and enjoy Asheville, North Carolina lodging that is rich in both history and comfort.
During the 1930s, the Carolina Bed & Breakfast was a boarding house owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. George Webb. Their son, David, began his career as a jewelry designer in the cottage on the property and went on to great success and acclaim in New York City. The Miss Webb Room is named in honor of the family.
Originally the library, this first-floor guest room features a charming built-in bookcase, which serves as a backdrop to the cherry wood, pencil post, queen-size bed. An original quilt made by a local artisan adds to the picture and is beautiful in its graceful simplicity. Two comfortable chairs flank a small oak secretary desk to form a separate sitting area for your enjoyment. A three-drawer oak dresser and small armoire complete the transformation from library to bedroom. The navy and yellow themed bedroom has a full, private bath. This room has all that is needed for a wonderful western North Carolina vacation.
The Miss Webb Room is exclusively reserved for those needing a ground floor room and must be booked directly through the inn at 828-254-3608