This was our first time visiting North Carolina and since we flew into Charlotte we booked our first night at another B&B there. The experience was underwhelming to say the least. So we were already a bit skittish about our accommodations for the rest of our time, which was all in Asheville at the Carolina B&B. We had nothing to worry about. From our greeting by Susan as soon as we approached the back patio we were made to feel welcome, comfortable and very well taken care of. We stayed in the cottage, which has a very comfortable king bed, small kitchen (which we never used, except for the fridge), easy chairs and spacious, nicely appointed bathroom complete with large whirlpool tub. The neighborhood is a quiet residential street that lent itself to pre-breakfast walks. And the breakfasts were absolutely delightful, imaginative, expertly executed and graciously served. I could go on, but let me just say that we have stayed in a lot of B&B's throughout the country and our much too short four night stay at the Carolina ranks as one of the very best.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Carolina Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic Montford District near great restaurants and shops, and a short drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway and Biltmore Estate. Guests enjoy a cozy fireplace in winter and cool drinks on the front porch in summer. The spacious rooms showcase the owner’s art and antique collections. Amenities include luxurious linens, comforters, and whirlpools or Jacuzzi tubs. Bountiful gourmet breakfasts are prepared with fresh, local ingredients. ... more less