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A bed of Roses Bed and Breakfast

Welcome to Our Romantic Bed and Breakfast in Asheville

 

We invite you to relax and enjoy our carefully tended gardens from the comfort of the shaded front porch. Enter the warm, natural wood foyer and discover the comforts of our lovely Queen Anne inn. Tastefully decorated with antiques, our bed and breakfast has five unique guest rooms with fireplaces, Jacuzzi-style tubs and private baths complete with warm, luxurious robes.

Each morning a full, two-course gourmet breakfast is served and each afternoon tea and freshly baked goodies await you.

Set back from a quiet, tree-lined street in the Montford historic district, A Bed of Roses was built in 1897 and has been beautifully restored. We are located only five and a half blocks from Asheville’s vibrant downtown and only a ten minute drive from the Biltmore Estate.

Asheville is an amazing little city tucked in the mountains of North Carolina. It’s the perfect destination to experience the magic of a thriving arts community, diverse outdoor adventures, an inviting downtown, numerous historic and architectural attractions, unique shopping, and great restaurants. Let us be your home base to discover all that Asheville has to offer.

A Note from Your Innkeepers:  Asheville is known for being inclusive and welcoming to all. We at A Bed of Roses Bed & Breakfast celebrate our guests’ diversity and welcome people from all walks of life, sexual orientations and gender identities.

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Note from the Innkeeper:

 

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Asheville Coronavirus Update 

Our guests’ safety continues to be our top concern. There have now been two reported cases of COVID-19 within Buncombe County. Governor Roy Cooper has requested that restaurants throughout the state convert to take-out or delivery service only beginning today at 6PM. The Biltmore Estate, while still open, has discontinued tours of the house and the Downton Abbey Exhibit. We at A Bed of Roses have made the difficult decision to close until March 31st. This has been financially and emotionally devastating to all of us in the tourism industry. We understand that these are very stressful times for our guests as well as ourselves. We ask that panic be replaced with concern for our neighbors, safe practices, patience and hope for the future and a speedy return to normal.

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