‘Tis the Season for Holiday Events in Asheville

The staff and owner of Hill House Bed and Breakfast would like to wish all of our former and future guests the happiest of holidays! This is our favorite time of year, as fireplaces blaze throughout the inn, Christmas carols … Continue reading

Things to Do This November in Asheville

  November in the mountains is a festive time, straddling the blazing beauty of fall leaf changes at the beginning of the month and ushering in the holiday season with Thanksgiving at the end. What this means for our guests, … Continue reading

Tour Asheville’s Biltmore Estate

When you tour Asheville’s Biltmore Estate (only 3.4 miles from Hill House Bed and Breakfast), you are at the largest private residence ever built in the United States.  With 250 rooms, it is more than understandable that there are 200 fulltime and … Continue reading

Shop Asheville Antique Stores

Do you enjoy hunting for unique antique treasures?  Hill House Bed and Breakfast features five antique stores here in Asheville, North Carolina. Antique Tobacco Barn located in the Biltmore Antiques District (at 75 Swannanoa River Rd) displays the finds of … Continue reading

Asheville’s Art Scene Heats Up In May with Music Festivals and Studio Safaris

Downtown Asheville First Friday Art Walk, May 6, 2016, 5-8 p.m. – On the first Friday of every month from April-December, take a self-guided tour of the Downtown Asheville Art District’s 25+ galleries, museums, and jewelry studios within a walkable half-mile radius of … Continue reading

Mother’s Day Specials, Spring Festivals, and Asheville Beer Week Bring Fun to the Mountains in May

Moms in Free at Biltmore, May 8, 2016- Moms visit Asheville’s historical Biltmore Estate for free with the purchase of youth or adult ticket! Details here. Photo By: The Biltmore Company Block House Steeplechase, May 7th, 2016, Tryon, NC – “Usher in spring with picnics, sundresses, … Continue reading

Asheville’s River Arts District

Asheville’s River Arts District A number of years ago, artists, began working in unused warehouses along the French Broad River down Chicken Hill from downtown. Asheville had a thriving inland port 100 years ago, but as in many other cities, … Continue reading