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Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn

Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn
There are only a handful of pre-Civil War brick homes left in Western North Carolina, and the Reynolds Mansion BB is one of them. Built in 1847, just a few miles today from downtown Asheville and about 7 miles from the Biltmore Estate, this large two-story Colonial Revival home on the National Registry of Historic Places remains much as it was 170 years ago, save for the addition of a few bathrooms and other modern conveniences. While the original estate was 1,500 acres, Reynolds Mansion now sits on the last remaining 4 acres, surrounded by Reynolds Village and other developments – but is still a tranquil respite with gorgeously maintained gardens and grounds, and a spring-fed pool. Most of the eight guestrooms (located in the main house) and three carriage-house suites feature fireplaces and either Jacuzzi or claw-foot tubs; rooms on the first and second floor retain the original 16-foot ceilings. The owners take the “breakfast” in their name seriously: There’s one seating, at 9 a.m., either in the formal dining room or, weather permitting, on one of the porches; expect excellent coffee and fruit dishes, followed by seasonally rotating menu of hearty main dishes, often made with eggs that the owners collect from their hens.

100 Reynolds Heights, Asheville, NC 28804, USA
+1 828-258-1111