Inn at Brevard in North Carolina
The Inn at Brevard North Carolina Bed and Breakfast B&B Lodge Lodgings Accommodations
Innkeepers: Faye & Howard Yager
Address: 315 E. Main St, Brevard, North Carolina 28712 USA
Telephone: (828) 884-2105
Fax: (828) 885-7996
Activities/Attractions: Some of the state's most beautiful waterfalls, streams, and mountain trails await you in Brevard, NC. Staying at the Inn gives you the keys to Slatton Falls, the largest privately owned waterfalls in the Southeast. Six hundred (600) feet from top to bottom, Slatton Falls is a fly fisherman's dream, and the 100 acres of mountain land, bordered on three sides by the National Forest, is a hiker's paradise.
Hiking, fishing, golfing, horseback riding, and antiquing are just minutes away!
"The Inn is jam packed with Victorian antiques and paintings, and the various dining rooms are virtual museums. Our table was decorated with a Victorian silver centerpiece filled with fresh flowers. Delicious crusty Tuscan style bread was served with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. I had a refreshing walnut apple salad, a fresh local brook trout with a delicious bread coating that filled my plate! The cake made for us was a rich yellow cake with real whipped cream frosting and lemon curd topping, presented on a silver platter with fresh greenery and lemons. A truly lovely setting, absolutely wonderful food, and warm hospitality."
"The rooms are quite charming. The floor, walls and ceiling in our room were made of cedar wood. The staff accommodating and friendly. For dinner my husband enjoyed a wonderful seafood platter and I loved my filet mignon. Breakfast was served each morning @ 9am. The food was quite delicious."
General Information: We at The Inn at Brevard in North Carolina, invite you to enjoy the relaxed elegance and charm of our European-style southern mansion. The Inn at Brevard was built in 1855 as the private home of Mrs. Woodbridge, a wealthy widow from Virginia. In her gracious home, Mrs. Woodbridge entertained the nobility of the Victorian era, including her personal friend, Mrs. Astor. She later bequeathed the home to her only daughter, Rebecca, who married William E. Breese, famed attorney and mayor of Brevard.
In 1911 Mr. Breese hosted a reunion dinner for the troops who served under Stonewall Jackson. Around 1940 the home was sold and operated as The Colonial Inn for many years. The Inn is on the National register of Historical Places. We invite you to enjoy being at home in the "Land of Waterfalls", to recapture the past while luxuriating in modern amenities.
Gracious accommodations, superior service, and succulent food are plentiful in our beautiful Inn. To make your stay truly enjoyable, there are six non-smoking rooms in the main house; all with private baths, and four with fireplaces. The house is furnished with antiques true to the period. Ten cabin style rooms; also furnished with antiques and private showers are in the adjacent lodge. Our dining rooms are open to the public Thursday through Sunday; and to our guests when requested.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Checks, or Cash.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
A full breakfast is included in the tariff.
Lower off season rates.