Welcome to Hill House Bed & Breakfast

Time Travel to a Gentler Era

Hill House Bed & Breakfast, located less than one mile from downtown Asheville, is a place with one foot very much in the present and the other in a past we all cherish. Rooms hint both of the timelessness of Grandma Knows and the romance of Guitar Nights. Unwind on the big, cozy, wraparound front porch, the kind like they stopped making long ago.

This grand 1885 home is a place both for drawing closer to loved ones and making new friends. Relax or play on the grassy secluded lawn, be inspired by our Appalachian garden, let our big, awesome wooden doors and gentle chandeliers soothe you, and sleep in the small-town stillness beneath 12-foot ceilings that have heard it all.
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Enjoy Modern Amenities Amid Elegance and History

Breakfasts include just-ground, French-pressed coffee from a Latin American cooperative, our signature fresh fruit juices, local organic eggs, and creams, breads, meats, cheeses, fruits, and who-knows-what surprises with local and seasonal ingredients.

All guestrooms have elegant baths, comfortable seating for two, individual decor, plush robes, and Wi-Fi. Some have fireplaces, four-poster beds, and Jacuzzi tubs.

Hill House Bed & Breakfast wants your quiet, secluded downtown vacation in the mountains to be memorable for years to come. Experience the life we offer in the heart of the romantic, American Shangri-La, the offbeat, cosmopolitan city of Asheville, North Carolina.

Our elegant yet comfortable inn is located less than a mile from both downtown Asheville, NC with its many restaurants, shops, and galleries and Asheville’s scenic access road up to the majestic Blue Ridge Parkway. The Biltmore Estate is across downtown, only 15 minutes away from our B&B. In the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains are waterfalls, hiking trails, whitewater rivers, canopy ziplines, and Appalachian arts and crafts. Hill House has The Most Consumer-Friendly Cancellation Policy in all of Asheville. You lose your deposit, only if we can’t rebook when full and lose money — and that happens only once or twice a year.