Check out this November article in Travel + Leisure. The author, a regular New York Times columnist, spent an evening with us and offers a little bit of commentary on our inn and our city. http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/road-trips/tennessee-road-trip?iid=sr-link3
Nora and JJJ live in Charleston now. But if you listen a little, you hear Germany. They chose Hill House for their first trip up to Asheville, and snagged a two-top on the porch for breakfast.
Just 25 miles south of downtown Asheville is one of the country’s top apple growing areas – and you can visit the orchards and farms for free! North Carolina is the 7th largest apple-producing state in the nation and Henderson … Continue reading
Many parents, whose children live nearby but don’t have a lot of space, stay at Hill House and gather there.
Two couples, both on road trips through the Southeast, find a window of time for making new friends. Across an ocean and across a generation. Some say it’s the Hill House magic.
Biltmore Village Arts Fair – August 6-7, 2016 The 44th annual Village Art and Craft Fair continues a long tradition of bringing high-quality crafts to Biltmore Village. Presented by New Morning Gallery and Bellagio Art-to-Wear, the outdoors art festival is on … Continue reading
It’s summer. Which means its Watermelon Cooler time here at Hillhouse Bed and Breakfast. An absolutely delicious, fizzy beverage made from blended Watermelon, Ginger Beer, Lime Juice and Mint. Come on over and enjoy it on our front porch!
The Sea Oats have taken over! Chasmanthium paniculata, a vivid green, perennial ornamental grass originating by the ocean, were planted in our garden years ago, and have become quite the cantankerous species, invading all our garden beds and stealing away … Continue reading
Two Australian brothers and couples from South Florida and New York City swap breakfast stories, while Chad and Jannelle from metro Charlotte take a break from their frittatas and biscuits.
Linda Harmon, Head Gardener, and Adele Preusser, Assistant Gardener, have been getting their hands dirty transforming our Glorious Gardens. Adele studied Sustainable Agriculture at Warren Wilson and has been busy weeding, transplanting, and maintaining our exceptionally diverse garden beds. We … Continue reading