Asheville’s Bed & Breakfast – Amenable to You!
We Take Your Comfort Seriously
As you make your Asheville travel plans, be sure to keep the AppleWood Manor Inn in mind. During your stay, you will enjoy a three-course, delicious breakfast every morning! For a sneak peek of these amazing homemade meals, be sure to check out the bed and breakfast recipes we have provided.
Our inn is located in the historic Montford District, just a short walk from downtown Asheville. We are just a 5 minute drive to the Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway. If you’re visiting Asheville to interview for a job at Mission Hospital or the University of North Carolina at Asheville, there’s not a better place to prepare your mind and relax your soul.
Additionally, our beautiful Asheville, NC Bed & Breakfast guestrooms are complemented by a plentiful variety of first-rate amenities that include:
- Larry & Nancy live on premises with Maggie, their Silky Terrier (non allergenic), sweet, friendly, ambassador dog who requires lots of attention and petting.
- Free Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the Inn.
- TV with DVD and iPod or iHome compatible clock radios are provided in each room.
- Turn down service with chocolate on your pillows.
- Monogrammed robes and towels.
- Hair dryers.
- Homemade Lavender linen spray to use at your leisure.
- Rocking chairs, porch swings and painted iron Bistro table and chairs on the first floor porches.
- Wrought iron furniture in back yard, patio and arbor.
- Fax, copy machine, and printer available.
- Fresh flowers in each room and common area.
- Air-conditioning and heat are (individualized) in each room and suite.
- Biltmore Estate tickets available; a purchase of tickets from AppleWood allows a two day visit for the price of one day. (Subject to any changes in Biltmore Company Policy)
- Pet friendly cottage for well behaved dogs.
- Motorcyclists welcome.
- Off-street (on-site) parking for all guests.
- Social hour from 5:00-6:00 PM each day with beverages and snacks.
- Smoke free facility – Smoking is allowed out of doors and on private grand porches.
"To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary amenities of life is worse then starving the body; it is starvation of the soul the dweller in the body." Mohandas Gandhi