Hill House B&B      
120 Hillside St, Asheville, NC 28801-1206, USA    
(855) 477-0002, (828) 232-0345
 
 

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Description

Circa 1885. Ancient oak trees surround this Victorian house set on a hill overlooking downtown Asheville. After spending the day exploring the nearby Biltmore Estate and Great Smoky Mountains, you'll welcome returning to your own comfortable home at Hill House. One of the rocking chairs on the veranda that wraps around the house makes a good place to relax and meet other guests. Many guest rooms offer whirlpool baths, fireplaces and views of the garden and mountains. Rooms are individually named and decorated. The Flat Iron Suite boasts a fireplace, clawfoot tub and a small kitchen with stove top, refrigerator and sink. A canopy bed hung with white gauzy drapes highlights the Jackson Room; for something completely different, there is the S & W Room, with a black lacquer bed, African animal prints, and an Oriental carpet atop a hardwood floor. Frittatas, English muffins, coffee cake and fruit can be brought to your room for breakfast. Snacks are served on arrival.

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Rates

$139 to $300

Off Season: $109 to $185

Payment Types Accepted Include Master Card, Discover, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.

    • Breakfast
    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Afternoon Tea

Amenities

This property has 10 total guest accommodations with private bath, 5 with fireplaces, 5 with whirlpools, 4 total suites, including 2 two-bedroom suites and 1 conference room.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Coffeemaker
  • Computers
  • Copy Machine
  • DVD
  • Family/Kid Friendly
  • Fireplace
  • Free parking on premise
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Hot Tub/Jetted Tub
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Refrigerator
  • Snack Bar
  • Television
  • Universal charging station for electronic vehicles
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Television
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • FAX On-site
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Gym On-site
  • Off-site Dry Cleaning Services
  • Flexible Check in/out Times

Events Hosted

    • Honeymoons
    • Family Reunions
    • Meetings
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Seminars
    • Weddings

Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

Parking

Our Own Lot

Pet Restrictions

Dogs in the Pisgah, S&W, Jackson, and Flatiron
  • Pets Allowed
  • Dogs In The Pisgah
  • S&w
  • Jackson
  • Flatiron

Innkeepers Association Memberships

NCBBI, Asheville Chamber of Commerce; Association Hospitality Industry Professionals

Describe Garden and Grounds

Award winning gardens on 1 acre of property


S W Room

Influenced by Asheville’s Art Deco heritage, the ground floor S&W Room (named for The S&W Cafeteria Building, one of the most classic Art Deco buildings in downtown Asheville) at Hill House Bed & Breakfast is fresh and dramatic, with a beige grass-cloth wall covering. You’ll rest in a four-poster, black lacquer queen bed among wild animal prints and decor. The S&W Room has hardwood floors, dark, muted rugs, and a pair of comfortable reading chairs overlooking the peaceful Hill House gardens. The bathroom has dramatic black and white tiles playing against cappuccino-colored walls. Enjoy the Jacuzzi tub & shower. This ground-floor room is great for small dogs. Standard Rate, $185; Holidays and October, $200; Mid-October Weekends $250; January to March, $149 Distinctive Room Amenities Jetted Garden Tub Hardwood Floors Ground Floor Small Dogs Allowed Separate Sitting Area Peaceful Garden View

Battery Park Room

A cozy interior sleeping room with an adjacent sun-filled sitting room—the Battery Park Room is named for the former hotel across from the Grove Arcade in nearby downtown Asheville. Originally a sleeping porch, this outer half of this room is surrounded by windows for wonderful light and air. The double-parlor-style, second-floor suite has hardwood floors, a queen bed, a bath with a slate tile and glass shower, a full-size twin daybed sofa, and huge club chair. Finished in cream colors with touches of black and lots of texture, it has Neo-Classic flair. Battery Park can accommodate a third person or two who don’t wish to share a bed. Standard Rate, $210; Holidays and October, $225; Mid-October Weekends, $275; January to March, $169 Distinctive Room Amenities Hardwood Floors Walk-in Shower Separate Sitting Area Separate Beds Stylish, Contemporary Bathroom

Jackson Room

The Jackson Room is decorated in warm beiges and accented with black in a seamless blend of Neoclassic and Asian influences. Hardwood floors, a canopy queen bed with sheer curtain, a romantic fireplace, a Jacuzzi jetted tub & shower, and a decorative vanity complement the Jackson’s eclectic and nocturnal surroundings. We named the ground-level room for the striking, 14-story Jackson Building, downtown Asheville’s first skyscraper. Small dogs accepted. Standard Rate, $210; Holidays and October, $225; Mid-October Weekends $275; January to March, $169 Distinctive Room Amenities Jetted Tub Gas Fireplace Hardwood Floors Ground Floor Asian-Influenced, Boudoir Design Theme Small Dogs Allowed

Drhumor Room

You’ll love the striking décor of the stately second-floor Drhumor Room. Named for the oldest standing commercial building (which itself was named for a small Irish island) in downtown Asheville, it is both rich and cozy, with a majestic four-poster canopy queen bed and marble top dresser. Surround yourself in soft peach and warm beige tones with both carpeting and hardwood floors underfoot. A romantic fireplace, jacuzzi tub & shower, and pedestal sink complete this romantic retreat. Standard Rate, $210; Holidays and October, $225; Mid-October Weekends $275; January to March, $169 Distinctive Room Amenities Large Jetted Tub Gas Fireplace Canopy Bed Rich, Restrained Color Scheme

Flat Iron Suite

The Flat Iron Suite, named for Asheville, NC’s own Flatiron Building, fills the entire upper west wing of the house. Our largest accommodation in the main inn is graced by traditional and country influences, with second-story views of the downtown Asheville skyline to the south and the Hill House Bed & Breakfast lawn and garden and Blue Ridge Mountains to the west. The living room is framed by two large club chairs with a shared ottoman, love seat, and romantic fireplace. Tucked away in the corner of the room is a twin-size day bed stuffed with big pillows and with trundle below, which can sleep either a third adult or two children, making it ideal for a small family or friends traveling together. The en-suite bathroom has a soothing air tub with heated backrest, rain shower, and tiled shower surround. The separate bedroom has a queen bed. The entire apartment has finely polished hardwood floors, and is fine for small dogs. Standard Rate, $230; Holidays and October, $245; Mid-October

Biltmore Suite

Airy and comfortable, the Biltmore Suite is decorated with reproductions and memorabilia of Asheville’s Biltmore House, located just a few miles away. Snuggle up on the sofa in front of the romantic fireplace. Take in the treetop views of downtown Asheville without leaving the comfort of the grand, mahogany canopy queen bed. The Biltmore’s bath is spacious and chic, with hardwood floors, a mirrored dresser, a double jacuzzi tub with a European-style, hand-held shower, crystal chandelier, and pedestal sink. Have bedside breakfast in your own breakfast nook, if you choose. Standard Rate, $230; Holidays and October, $245; Mid-October Weekends, $300; January to March, $185 Distinctive Room Amenities Jetted, Two-person Tub Gas Fireplace In-Room Breakfast available upon request Separate Sitting Area Large, 2nd Floor, Corner Suite at the Front of the Inn City/Treetop Views

The Hideaway

Located just steps behind the main inn, this romantic old-France treehouse is a 750 square-foot, second-floor suite The Hideaway offers private-entry accommodations in a contemporary building adorned with a blend of modern and antique furnishings. The room was refurbished in 2014, its walls decorated with French toile paper and faux paint finishes and its floors with lush burgundy carpet and warm, intricately designed tiles. The Hideaway has Hill House Bed & Breakfast’s only KING BED and recliner. It also offers a quite large, spa-style, walk-in shower, dual vanities, sitting area, breakfast nook, mini-fridge and coffeemaker. Treetops brush against the windows, as you find privacy and serenity, in the middle of Asheville, NC. Combine this suite with the Pisgah Apartment below, and it’s a townhome large enough (with cots and queen air mattress) for a party of 6 adults or 4 adults and 4 children, ideal for a family vacation or weekend getaway. Standard Rate, $230; Holidays and Octobe

Pisgah Apartment

Your Home Away From Home – Vacation Rental in Asheville, North Carolina The contemporary, pet friendly, Pisgah Apartment, on the ground level of a 2004 townhome is nestled in the trees at the rear of the Hill House property. The Apartment has a large living room with a gas fireplace, polished hardwood floors, seating for five, and custom lighting; a queen bed in a private bedroom; a bath with a Jacuzzi tub; and a wonderful chef’s kitchen. It’s a place to get away from it all and still have all the comforts of home and more. Combine the apartment with the Hideaway Suite upstairs and have a townhome for a group of up to 6 adults or 4 adults and 4 children (with cots and a queen air mattress). Your big dogs have their own wooded run right out the door. Standard Rate, $230; Holidays and October, $245; Mid-October Weekends, $300; January to March, $185 Distinctive Room Amenities Jetted Tub Gas Fireplace Hardwood Floors In-Room Breakfast available upon request Separate Sitting Area

Kress Room

The Kress Room, named for the former five-and-dime chain store in downtown Asheville, NC, contributes some “Shabby Chic” to Hill House — all the casual elegance of traditional antiques and all the cozy comfort of modern decor. Shades of whites and blues with accents of silver create a fresh and light ambience. Located on a corner of the second floor, guests might enjoy afternoon tea and quiet seclusion in its winged-back Victorian chair. The queen bed mattress is the newest and comfiest on the property. The bathroom, with the purest shades of blues and whites, is charmed with a silver gilded claw-foot tub, pedestal sink, and chandelier. Gentlemen…. for all the times your lady has watched football with you. Standard Rate, $175; Holidays and October, $190; Mid-October Weekends, $240; January to March, $139 Distinctive Room Amenities Claw-foot Tub & Shower Hardwood Floors Bohemian Décor Scheme Separate Sitting Area Corner Room; Excellent Light

Arcade Room

Land of Eternal Springtime The Arcade Room, named for downtown Asheville’s Grove Arcade, welcomes the morning with its sunny, design motif. The plushly carpeted room has walls of finely trimmed wainscoting in warm hues and a cozy window seat opposite the queen bed that’s just perfect for an afternoon read. A ground floor room, the Arcade fashions an airy ambience with its multi-windowed structure. The original claw-foot tub and shower with period tile flooring add to the Arcade Room’s charming appeal. Standard Rate, $175; Holidays and October, $190; Mid-October Weekends, $240; January to March, $139 Distinctive Room Amenities Claw-foot Tub & Shower White, Antique Tile Bath Ground Floor Bright, Floral Decor

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

Two nights on weekends, in most of October, and the last week of the year.

Children Restrictions

Children who don't cry or misbehave are accetped.

Cancellation

flexible

Check-in/Check-out

3:30 / 11


Other Activities

    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Bicycling
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Golf
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Theater
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Sports Events, Major College
    • Tennis
    • White Water rafting
    • Wineries
    • Biltmore Estate
    • Downtown Dining/shopping
    • Blue Ridge Mountains Outdoor Activities

Historic Interest

Historic sites nearby:

Grove Park Inn (2 miles), Biltmore Estate (3 miles)

Nearby College/University

UNC-Asheville, Warren Wilson, Mars Hill, AB Tech


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Such a wonderful escape!

A wonderful escape from a hectic life, had a joyous visit at this B&B. Perfect location to downtown, helpful and devoted innkeepers, and amazing breakfast in such an enjoyable environment. Can't wait to visit again!
Alaina M

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Perfect in every way

The grounds are beautiful and the owners go out of their way to treat you right. We would definitely go back for a visit!
Kristin
9/12/2009

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