100 Reynolds Height
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
Step out of your vehicle and into a place with historical beauty so dramatic, it quiets the mind and stirs the heart. Here, at Reynolds Mansion, history takes center stage and the rigors of everyday life are washed away. With romantic architecture, Reynolds Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn offers pristine views of the Blue Ridge Mountains against the diverse people and place we call Asheville. Let Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn carry you away from the trials of everyday life.
Considered one of the best and most original interpretations of Colonial Revival architecture in Western North Carolina, Reynolds Mansion is a historic treasure not to be missed. Steeped in history with ties to Senator Robert Rice Reynolds, Evelyn Walsh McLean and the Hope Diamond, and the early small emerging population of what is now Asheville, the magnificent mansion was built in 1847 by Daniel Reynolds.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Reynolds Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn is well documented in many books and has long been considered one of the jewels of Blue Ridge Mountain historic homes.
The mansion sits on a four acre site with spectacular views near the foot of Reynolds Mountain. With over 3,000 sq feet of porches, and 12 fireplaces, you'll feel the warmth and hospitality from the moment enter.
Rates$150 - $305
Your Host(s)Billy Sanders and Michael Griffith
ClienteleMix of Gay & Straight
Refreshments during the day
Tub / Spa
No Smoking in Any Rooms
Environmentally Friendly / Green
Off Street Parking
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