AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
Top 25% of all hotels based on cleanliness and condition.
I like the cool features of this old architecture like the "butler's bench" in the foyer. The bench has indentations from wear.
AAA Inspector Notes
Built in 1891 for William E. Breese, a Confederate veteran and wealthy businessman, the hillside Victorian mansion features ornate interior woodwork rivaled only by the nearby Biltmore Estate. A wraparound porch hugs the pink exterior, which stands out amid the well-manicured grounds. This spot on the National Register of Historic Places offers you a choice of upscale accommodations, including varied-size rooms in the main inn, a cottage that invites children and a newly added apartment. The friendly hosts will gladly provide local attraction, retail store and restaurant suggestions including spots at the Biltmore Village, which is within walking distance.
Smoke free premises. 17 units, some two bedrooms, kitchens, houses and cottages. 1-3 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors. Accessibility (Call).