Welcome to Applewood Manor, Historic Asheville Bed & Breakfast
Romantic Getaway a sweet stroll from downtown Asheville
Fire On the Rock
Come stay at Applewood Manor Inn B&B and secure a Fire on the Rock Package(Click here for more info) to judge both nights or just one night; dining at the Lioncrest on the Biltmore Estate, on food prepared by two Chef’s from either Strada Italiano, Vadalia, Isis Restaurant and Music Hall, Seasons at Highland Lake & Resort in Flat Rock, The Gamekeeper in Boone, NC, Ambrozia, King James Public House and LAB (Lexington Avenue Brewery). Go to http://bit.ly/N73huT ; a blog to tell you what two chefs were cooking.
Applewood Manor Inn will strive to make your stay an experience of a lifetime. We can’t wait to share our house with you. Larry and Nancy Merrill are your hosts in this fine, old colonial turn-of-the-century Asheville bed and breakfast. Located in the historic Montford District of Asheville, NC, AppleWood Manor Inn sits on its’ quiet acre and a half of “country in the city” surrounded by giant oaks, pines, maples and a variety of flora. Yet the manor if just 3 miles from the breathtaking Biltmore Estate, a short 10-minute drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway, and a 25-minute stroll past magnificent old homes to downtown Asheville.
In a time when so much is overlooked in the hustle-bustle of daily life, we invite you to romance yourselves with a stay at our lovely Asheville, NC bed and breakfast to discover a personalized pampering experience unlike any other. By paying particular attention to fine details, we take extra pride and care in making your stay relaxing and memorable with a touch of elegance that only Asheville can offer.
Making your stay as affordable and convenient as possible, we offer discount Biltmore Estate tickets and AAA discounts for members. Travelling with your pets? We have pet friendly accommodations in our Cortland Cottage. Call now to plan your special romantic getaway. 800.442.2197.
From Nancy’s Blog
"If you can attain repose and calm, believe that you have seized happiness." Julie de Lespinasse