National Historic District, Asheville, North Carolina
Chestnut Street Inn, a grand Colonial
Revival home located in the Chestnut Hill National Historic
District, caters to those looking for an experience—not simply
lodging. The home offers a feeling of relaxed sophistication and
elegance while it pampers its guests with the Gilchrist & Soames
bath amenities and fine chocolates from Harbor Sweets. Late
afternoon tea is served daily, as well as a gourmet, candlelit
three-course breakfast. (A typical breakfast includes homemade items as fresh fruit
sorbet, scones and blintz soufflés).
An Architectural Delight!
The house itself is an architectural delight with some of the
area’s finest interior woodwork. The large porches are a beautiful
accent to the mellow old red brick of the exterior. The high
ceilings, ornate mantles, and other architectural details transport
you back in time when life had an elegance and a relaxed quality
seldom enjoyed today.
Walking Distance to Downtown
Asheville and Other Attractions.
A 1/4-mile walk takes you downtown for antiquing, sightseeing,
visiting art galleries, and fine dining. By car, the Biltmore Estate
is 2 1/2 miles, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Folk Art Center, hiking
trails, fishing, boating, shopping malls, etc are all 15 minutes or
Voted best B&B in Western North Carolina by the
readers of the “Asheville Citizen-Times.”
Chestnut Street Inn
National Historic District, Asheville, North Carolina (800) 894-2955
• (828) 285-0705