We our veteran tourists of Asheville and the surrounding areas, and have had every manner of B&B experience--the Norman Bates, the Mildew Mattress, and the Leaky Roof Inn, to name a few. We knew better than to get excited when we happened upon the website for Oak Hill on Love Lane. Clever photographers can make the shabbiest rooms look inviting. The Oak Hill website photos are deceiving too, but in the best possible way. The rooms are roomier than they appear, the setting is more private and convenient than you hope, and the house has more lovely surprises than are featured on the website. There is no stuffiness, no look-but-don't touch, every room is really yours to use and enjoy. And we really loved the introduction to local artists used throughout the home. My husband usually dreads the socializing and heavy breakfast foods at B&Bs, but Deb's meals has him searching the internet for recipes. The offerings were sumptuous and inventive, with a nod to the health-conscious. Did I mention clean? We really appreciated the attention to eliminating allergens and irritants, and had every little convenience we could have needed or wanted. Deb & Shel's experience in the hospitality industry shows in all aspects of your stay at Oak Hill.
If you are looking for a lovely B&B experience, don't stay at Oak Hill on Love Lane. We want to keep it all to ourselves!