Welcome to West Oak Bed & Breakfast, your Bryson City “home away from home.” West Oak Bed & Breakfast aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bryson City, West Oak Bed & Breakfast is located a short distance from Smith's Dry Goods (0.2 mi) and Three Waterfalls Hike (0.7 mi).
Rooms at West Oak Bed & Breakfast provide a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Bryson City, you may want to try some surf and turf at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Jimmy Mac's Restaurant.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Swain County Heritage Museum and The Storytelling Center of the Southern Appalachians at Bryson City.
West Oak Bed & Breakfast puts the best of Bryson City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
A beautiful, comfy place tucked into the mountain side above Bryson City, yet with walking distance of the town and all its attractions. Hosts Mercedith and Nell were so warm and welcoming. The clean, comfy, cabins and suites are nicely decorated and have wonderful views from the patios. We will definitely return!
Stayed two nights in one of the cabins here. Our trip was decided a bit last minute but we were lucky to find accommodation here. The view, the comfortable cabin that had a perfect little kitchenette and a clean bathroom was ideal for us as a couple traveling with our 4 year old. Restaurants and shops were at walking distance although we drove around the city because it was quite cold at the time! Would love to visit the city and stay here again!
We stayed in cabin #5 over Thanksgiving. The place was nicely decorated and the bed was very comfortable. The cabin was the perfect size for two people. There is a large deck with a great Mountain View. An above ground fire pit was included, so we were able to have an outdoor fire and roast marsh mellows. We told the owner ahead of time that it was our anniversary and she had flowers and champagne waiting for us in the room!
The new regulation: there is no breakfast included but the price is not reduced. We stayed in winter: the door of our cabin did not close perfectly, the windows have open spaces as wide as Your fingers and it was snowing - never got really warm in the cabin at 14 F outside ! We have been warned not to take the car up to the cabin before the snow came, that was nice but nobody cleaned the staircase of the snow to walk down to the road. There are nice decorations in the cabin but they take up every space - there is no space for your things- no chance to hang a coat or anything, no space in the bathroom , the 2 chests in the room are already full with extra bath towels etc. just live out of Your suitcase if You find space for that one We could have stayed for half of the price in a really warm and nice hotel ....including breakfast and even working internet - we had to organize our own as the property internet was to week to reach our cabin.…
My husband and I went to Bryson City for a day and decided to stay overnight. I looked for places online and saw this location. I called and Mercedith had a cabin for us. When we arrived she was very nice and we talked for a while. She is a very nice lady. As stated in another review, it's as if we had known her for a very long time. The cabin that she gave us was very clean and well kept. It had a wonderful view from the balcony of the town and the mountains. We had no problems of any kind. The next day when we were planning on leaving we decided to stay for another night because we liked where we were as far as the cabin and the town. We hated to leave. I highly recommend West Oak Bed and Breakfast.
My wife and I have stayed in just about all their different rooms or cabins over the fifteen years on our weekend trips from Atlanta. Prior to that we used to camp at Deep Creek, but now we prefer convenience of staying here. Merecedith is always accommodating and the perfect host. Personally we like cabin #2 the best. You can count on the room being clean while enjoying the view and a peaceful rejuvenating visit to Bryson City. Being on the edge of town you can walk or drive to downtown area or train. Being closer in you should have no trouble with cell phone signal either. The driveway is steep for about 50 feet but is paved and should not present any problems for average driver. Turn around at end does require a three point turn but again should not be a problem for anyone with basic driving skills. With our multiple trips here we happily recommend you give West Oak a try.…
We never saw the proprietor of this Bed & Breakfast. The cabin was adequate, however, in our opinion, was too expensive considering the run-down condition of the entire property. The driveway is suicidal; in fact, we dinged up our brand new bumper trying to turn around in the totally inadequate driveway. Next time we visit the Smokies, we will find a more suitable cabin.
I arrived late and she was wonderful. We talked for a bit and she was so friendly like I had known her my whole life :). I stayed in one of the rooms it was neat it had everything I could want or need for a week stay but it was only to sleep really. I'd stay in the room 4 again. They even had a cute kids bed in a little loft :). The town is a great little town. Very quiet. The room came with breakfast at a local diner. The B&B was close to lots of attractions like the road to nowhere, deep creek (trails and waterfalls, and other things but I was just passing through. Oh yeah and it had one of those awesome bearclaw tubs!!!
We planned a trip to Bryson City NC for a week and wanted to stay in town. I found the West Oak B&B while googling places to stay as we wanted something more than a hotel/motel room. We originally reserved Room #4 for the 6 nights with 7th free but declined the "free breakfast" and booked the room only which made it less expensive. Prior to our trip, I spoke with Mercedith only to discover there was a double booking for this room for a couple days during our week stay. She told me she was upgrading us to a cabin at no additional charge, which we thought was very nice of her. I had read what people had said about parking on TripAdvisor but thought we would be okay because we were staying in a cabin and not at the lodge. That was not the case. The road up to the cabins is one lane, curvy and very steep in a couple of places. Once up at the top, one has to go to the end and turn around to go back down. This is not easy with no one else parked up at the cabins, but is even worse when there is more than one vehicle parked there. The first night there we immediately made the decision that we would not be going out or returning after dark. We are retired senior citizens so some may think it is just our age but when our kids in their 40s who live in the WNC mountains came, they agreed with us. We stayed in Cabin #3 and I can best describe it as quaint. The towels and toilet tissue supplied were of better quality than some high-end hotel/motel chains offer. The mattress was very comfortable as was the couch, which was a pull-out bed. There is not much storage for your suitcases and walking around the king size bed to the bathroom was tight. This cabin does not have a separate bedroom but a curtain you can pull across for privacy from the living area. The bathroom is small, as is the kitchenette area. This particular cabin included a coffee maker, flat screen TV, micro, under the counter frig, toaster oven and 3 burner electric stove. There is seating at the table for 2 people. We absolutely LOVED the deck at this cabin and spent a lot of our time out there. This cabin and deck provide gorgeous views of the town, sunset and Smoky Mountains! This cabin has minimal stairs leading up to it but the parking space is somewhat steep and not very wide. We had a Tundra Dual Cab truck and there was not much space left to get out of it. Also, it's a personal decision whether to pull in and have to carefully back out or to back in, then pull out and have to go to the turnaround at the end so that you can drive down the driveway. The parking space for this cabin is right at one the the steepest curves. Our one son, daughter-in-law and grandson stayed in Cabin #4 for one night. This cabin has a separate bedroom but our kids said that the AC unit was in the living area and the bedroom got hot during the night. This cabin does not have a ceiling fan for circulation (ours did). This cabin has one TV in the living area and another in the bedroom. This cabin has 2 entrances, one into the living area and another from the bedroom to a patio. This cabin has quite a few stairs leading up to it. There is a path that begins at Cabin #3 and goes all the way to Cabin #5. This path is easier to traverse between cabins then the road. I have to say that Mercedith and her sister Diane are great people and willing to do anything to make your stay pleasant. When I mentioned that I was almost out of coffee filters and had forgotten to purchase some at the grocery, Diane brought me a package the next day. During our stay, some huge trees had to be cut down which we all believe misplaced some big black ants so we did have an ant problem in/around the cabins. Mercedith immediately gave us some ant stuff to help. With the "stay 6 nights, get the 7th free", rates were very reasonable.…
First of all, they are not a true bed and breakfast, but the website mentions that by stating you can get a breakfast coupon for a local establishment, or pay a lower rate. We chose the lower rate, which I recommend because everything is a short walk, and we generally sleep in. The rooms are really neat. They are adorned with old, but very nice furniture. The innkeeper is very nice and helpful, but will stay out of your way if you don't need her. It makes for a quiet stay where you can spend time together without being bothered. There is no WiFi, but who cares. A great way to get back in touch with each other. I highly recommend this place for a stay in Bryson City.
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