At Asheville's 1900 Inn on Montford, we invite you to be our guest and discover Asheville bed and breakfast comfort and hospitality, combined with warmth and graciousness from the Biltmore's Gilded Age.
Our Asheville, North Caroline Inn is in the heart of the Montford Historic District, and was built in the Arts and Crafts style originally made popular in Asheville by the architect Richard Sharp Smith, who was also the supervising Architect to the Biltmore House. Illustrated in his 1901 book "My Sketchbook", 1900 Inn on Montford is considered one of his finest residential commissions.
Today, you'll find a AAA Four-Diamond bed and breakfast inn, elegantly furnished with both English and American antiques that date from 1730 to 1910.
Each of our 8 guest rooms and suites includes:
Jacuzzi-style Whirlpools (except O'Henry Room)
HDTV and DVD Player with DirecTV
WiFi and Wired Internet Access
If you're coming to Asheville, give us a call at the 1900 Inn on Montford - in the heart of it all!
140-625/nt US Dollar
1900 Inn on Montford
296 Montford Ave, Asheville, NC, 28801, USA