A charming old house with a fascinating history. Sadly, the owner seemed more like a caretaker than a host. After 30 years, maybe she was simply tired of it. Great "sleeping porch," nice bed and covers. Old, holey and musty towels. No one made up our room between nights. …
no air conditioning, no TV, no counter space in bathroom, no closet, very loud traffic noise, VERY LOUD train noise at least twice in middle of night; threadbare towels, some torn; the only service provided was room cleaned daily;
I’ve been to the Black Mountain before and was so relieved to find that it hadn’t changed. It is still a peaceful, restful, serene place to spend your time. The innkeeper is still remarkably friendly and kind full of important information and do a magnificent cook. The…
I am 66 years old and have stayed in bed and breakfasts for at least 40 years.The Black Mountain Inn is up there with the best - carefully chosen furnishings, delicious breakfast, comfortable beds, cotton sheets, knowledgeable hosts -what more could you ask for?
My boyfriend and I stayed here (thankfully) only one night. DO NOT STAY HERE if you need AC! Our room ended up being similar to a sauna. It was raining and we ended up opening the windows hoping it would cool off. Big mistake. We searched the upstaurs for a thermostat and all we…
"the rooms are fantastic. you can go online at blackmountaininn.com to view"
"Emili's Room, raised flooring with antique bath, private WC, mountain view"
"We loved our room, the Beverly, but the 3rd floor suite looks amazing!"
"The top floor loft is huge and airy with plenty of room for playing and entertaining"
"Bring a good book to sit back, relax, let go off all the stress. THE Beverly room is the warmest."