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... We exited the park and headed for Asheville, NC and our hotel. On the way some jerk ripped out of a parking lot and almost took wade out. He was struggling to hold the bike up in the gutter if the road but held it together. Then some misdirection from the GPS and we finally made it. Almost 300 miles today. Tomorrow we enter the ...
... Africa. He finished up and was one of three selected to represent the US And he only started to ride in March. He was off the beaten trail and popped up on the BRP. Did I mention he's 50? Anyway, real inspiration. What a nice guy. We spend 40i items talking to him about life and motorcycles, with mostly wade and I saying "wow". So that hit our reset button. Now were back in the black and charging towards out next stop. Thank you Mr ...
... to the estate, which was an ordeal in itself. We had to drive to one place to pick up our will call tickets, then get in the car and drive to another place to park the car and take a shuttle to the entrance. Once at the entrance, we learned that there were no bathrooms in the house, only at the stables, so we had one more delay.
We ended up starting the tour an hour later than we had planned. Fortunately, it is a self-guided tour. It ...
... side of every highway, it seems like most trees and plants have been surrounded. I tried to get some photos, but my camera does not like to take pictures while we are moving so fast, but I have posted two. In one of them, you can see how the vine has completely covered a tree. Unfortunately, these photos do not really show the vastness of the problem.
... was especially poignant. We then sorted on the big road trip up BRP, which runs for an unbroken 469 miles, with a 45 mph limit. The scenery from the Cherokee end is chocolate box pretty, and rises above 6000 feet at its zenith. There was a steady stream of vehicles including motor homes, motorbikes and push bikes, but with 'lookovers' every mile or so the pace is steady. I would have loved to be driving my old ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews 1900 Inn on Montford Asheville
We recently spent 6 nights in Asheville, NC and decided to stay at the 1900 Inn on Montford bed and breakfast based on the recommendation of friends and their website. We couldn't have been more pleased with our experience. We have stayed in a number of Bed and Breakfasts in the United States and Europe, and this is one of the best! Ron and Lynn and their staff go out of their way to make your experience enjoyable. It's a beautiful inn decorated with antiques that they bought when they lived in England. There is great attention to detail and extras... homebaked cookies, coffee, pop available in their beautiful sunroom...fireplaces, hottubs,comfortable kingsize beds in each room. The music groups that play Thursday and Saturday nights at the Inn are an added bonus with Blue Grass and folk music of the region. Happy Hour with wine from the Biltmore Estate is a chance to visit with the inn keepers and other guests. Ron and Lynn are happy to recommend retaurants and make reservations for you. Best of all were the 3 course breakfasts in their lovely dining room. We stayed in the Zelda's Retreat Suite but the other 7 rooms are also lovely. Check out their website at www.innonmontford.com We would definitely go back.
From the moment we walked into Inn on Montford, it felt like home. You can't imagine the details... nothing has been overlooked. It's immaculate, beautiful, warm, and friendly. The food is incredible. The hosts, Lynn and Ron, have such a warm way with people. The inn did a Murder Mystery with our group and it was a blast!!! It's our second time to visit and will be back again next year.
We have just returned home after a lovely weekend stay in Ashville, at the Inn on Montford. We were greeted warmly upon our late arrival, and immediately felt welcomed. Our room was spacious and inviting and most comfortable. Breakfast was a special treat in the lovely dining room. Our compliments to Ron and Lynn for providing entertainment on Saturday evening and recommending a great restaurant in town, and for making our stay memorable!
Elegant Historic Bed and Breakfast
We spent two wonderful days at the Inn on Montford, a home designed by Richard Sharp Smith, Biltmore's supervising architect, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The interior was elegantly decorated for the holiday season with a feeling of the Gilded Age and beautiful antiques. We felt very pampered with soft sheets, plush robes and wonderful three course breakfasts. They also held a wine social each evening and on Saturday evening we additionally had the very enjoyable entertainment of a banjo artist. The owners were very friendly, helpful and take wonderful care of their guests. We are allready planning our return for next year.
Liked it so much I moved to town.
I've stayed in a lot of B&B's all over the country and this one is definitely my favorite. The house is a beautiful, well maintained arts & crafts giant designed by Richard Sharp Smith, one of the architects for the Biltmore estate. The inn features fine antiques collected from the inn keepers years abroad in europe. Lynn and Ron are very warm and helpful and may become good friends if you are as fortunate as we were. They have recently built three more luxurious suites that are surely the finest in town. If you want to avoid the crowds and reside in the lap of luxury and contentment, then this is your inn. Oh, did I mention live acoustic music two times a week? Give them a call.
My wife and I stayed for a week at the Inn, and we were very pleased with the accommodations and service. Everything was taken care of by Lynn and Ron, and they surprised us frequently by offering more than we expected.
Great retreat for a business trip!
I have been traveling for over 18 years for business and have never had the hospitality, service, or comfort I found at 1900 Inn on Montford. Lynn was tremendous, and the breakfasts were wonderful and hearty. I cannot wait until I have to make another visit to Asheville, a town in which I have long dreaded staying in... now I have found a home away from home when I'm there!
I am totally blown away. Nothing in four years as a road warrior has ever happened like this. I was in town for a conference yesterday and stopped by on a friends recommendation to check about staying at the Inn in a few weeks. Ron met us at the door and quickly introduced his wife Lynn. They showed us all through their home and in moments had us feeling like old friends. As we confirmed our reservations for Sept and started to leave, Lynn insisted that we stay for a wine social with live music on the front porch! She led us out and introduced us to all the other guests enjoying their place for the weekend, and treated us like we were the most important people to her at the moment. The most amazing thing was that you could tell that she's made each of her guests feel just as special. I never thought I'd say this, but I can't wait for the conference to begin. I've never been so eager to check in anywhere along the East Coast.
Wonderful stay the the 1900 on Montford!!!
We just returned from a 3 night stay at the 1900 Inn on Montford. It was absolutely wonderfu!!! We celebrated our 25th anniversary and it could not have been nicer. Ron and Lynn are terrfic Inn Keepers. The house is great and the food is delicious. They also purchased our Biltmore tickets saving us from being in a very long line. We could not have asked for anything better. We will definitely return. You cannot miss with the 1900 Inn on Montford!!!
Wonderful stay at the 1900 Inn on Montford
I recently spent one night at the 1900 Inn on Montford. It was wonderful. The home is lovely and the host and hostess were great. A glass of wine was brought to me on the porch and then a wonderful band of three came to entertain! I was the only guest that night, but the entertainers came any way-most enjoyable. After a delicious breakfast served by candlelight, I departed, wishing I could stay longer. It was a wonderful time.