We were worried, with all the five star reviews, what if we didn't like this place? Wouldn't it be awful to have to be the first negative reviewer? Turns out the Reynolds Mansion is well deserved of the five rating. Everyone who we came in contact with working at the Inn was friendly and welcoming, breakfast was excellent, and the history of the mansion was fascinating. We came to Asheville for a family reunion and had planned to stay closer to downtown than the rest of the family. I am glad we did because we wouldn't of had the pleasure to stay at the Reynolds Mansion. There is nothing I can say that hasn't already been said, other than nod my head in agreement. Our only disappointment was that we didn't stay one more night, due to the reunion, we were a bit rushed and didn't get to enjoy the mansion as much as we would of liked.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Listed on the National Registry for Historic Places, The Reynolds Mansion was built in 1847 and is one of the few remaining pre Civil War homes. The mansion sits on a four acre site with spectacular views near the foot of Reynolds Mountain. With over 3,000 sq feet of porches, and 12 fireplaces, you'll feel the warmth and hospitality from the moment enter. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Reynolds Mansion Hotel Asheville