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Operating Bed and Breakfast
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1899 Victorian: Queen Anne

Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast

We invite you to experience our elegant style of warm southern hospitality. Visit our gallery for additional photos so you may see for yourself why we were selected in the Top Ten Luxury Inns in the U.S. - bedandbreakfast.com.
"A Thousand Places to See Before You Die" - Patricia Shultz.
"The Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast is quite possibly one of the finest Inns in Asheville." - London Sunday Times.

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288 Montford Avenue
Asheville NC 28801

Phone: 1-800-381-3878

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History of Asheville Bed & Breakfast Inn

The Asheville Black Walnut Bed & Breakfast Inn was built in 1899 by Richard Sharpe Smith, supervising architect of the Biltmore Estate. It showcases the English Shingle style of architecture and features a pebbledash exterior.

The Black Walnut was the private residence of Ottis and Aileen Green until the mid- 1970s, and was converted into a bed-and-breakfast in 1992.

Purchased in 2004 by Peter and Lori White, formerly of Martha’s Vineyard, MA and Palm Beach, FL, the Inn underwent a dramatic transformation. In 2007 the original Carriage House of the property was renovated, and now offers two pet-friendly guest rooms.

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288 Montford Avenue
Asheville NC 28801

Phone: 1-800-381-3878

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