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Top Asheville Historic Hotels

Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn
4.5 out of 5
46 & 48 Cumberland Circle, Asheville, NC, 28801
The price is $293 per night from Jan 1 to Jan 2
per night
Jan 1 - Jan 2
5/5 Exceptional! (248 reviews)
"Excellent property."

Reviewed on Nov 27, 2022

Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn
Bramley House: 3 Blk. Walk to DWTN Hendersonville-Lovingly Restored
4.9/5 Exceptional! (134 reviews)
Bramley House is wonderful!!
"From the moment we arrived, we fell in love with this beautiful home! We were visiting for a family wedding and decided rather than staying an overpriced hotel, we would search for a VRBO. This home has been so beautiful restored and decorated, while keeping its vintage charm! So well appointed, ..."

Reviewed on Nov 14, 2022

Bramley House: 3 Blk. Walk to DWTN Hendersonville-Lovingly Restored
The Lion and the Rose B&B
3.5 out of 5
276 Montford Avenue, Asheville, NC, 28801
The price is $199 per night from Dec 11 to Dec 12
per night
Dec 11 - Dec 12
4.9/5 Exceptional! (71 reviews)
We had a wonderful time!
"Incredibly nice people! Very friendly and engaging. Very knowledgeable about the area. Excellent breakfast! Beautiful historic house and in a great location!"

Reviewed on Aug 12, 2022

The Lion and the Rose B&B

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Princess Anne Hotel & Breakfast
3.5 out of 5
301 East Chestnut Street, Asheville, NC, 28801
The price is $90 per night from Jan 4 to Jan 5
per night
Jan 4 - Jan 5
4.8/5 Exceptional! (600 reviews)
"I liked everything about our stay. We will be coming back."

Reviewed on Nov 18, 2022

Princess Anne Hotel & Breakfast
Albemarle Inn
3.5 out of 5
86 Edgemont Road, Asheville, NC, 28801-1544
The price is $200 per night from Dec 14 to Dec 15
per night
Dec 14 - Dec 15
4.7/5 Exceptional! (217 reviews)
"I loved that they had a chef to prepare breakfast. The interior was just georgeous! And the staff was amazing!!"

Reviewed on Nov 30, 2022

Albemarle Inn
Haywood Park Hotel, Ascend Hotel Collection
2.5 out of 5
1 Battery Park Ave, Asheville, NC, 28801
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $135 per night from Jan 2 to Jan 3
per night
Jan 2 - Jan 3
4.6/5 Wonderful! (994 reviews)
Asheville hotel in great location
"This is a nice hotel in a great location. The staff was very helpful. It’s a bit rough in some spots- air returns are dusty, walls scuffed, corners worn. The alley behind our room was extremely noisy - must have been garbage day."

Reviewed on Dec 6, 2022

Haywood Park Hotel, Ascend Hotel Collection
The Omni Grove Park Inn
4 out of 5
290 Macon Avenue, Asheville, NC, 28804
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $263 per night from Jan 3 to Jan 4
per night
Jan 3 - Jan 4
4.4/5 Excellent! (1,005 reviews)
"This was an amazing stay on the club level, as well as the spa was so beautiful and relaxing!!!!"

Reviewed on Dec 2, 2022

The Omni Grove Park Inn
Mill House Lodge
3 out of 5
1150 W Blue Ridge Rd., Flat Rock, NC, 28731
4.3/5 Excellent! (519 reviews)
Getaway with my Girlfriends at Mill House Lodge!
"Great getaway with my girlfriends! Beautiful property overlooking lakes and waterfall. Accomodations were spacious with a front porch, firepplace and full kitchen. We'll be back!"

Reviewed on Jun 9, 2022

Mill House Lodge
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Asheville Historic Hotels information


Historic Hotels in Asheville


Highest price $293
Cheapest price $90
Number of guest reviews 3788
Total number of hotels in Asheville 3310


Frequently asked questions

What should a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Asheville?

You'll probably want to seek out the places with historical relevance during your trip to Asheville. And while you're here, you can check out the great live music and lively festivals. You can also discover the area's acclaimed theater scene.

What's the best place to stay in Asheville to absorb the local history?

Based on our travel expertise, Baymont by Wyndham Asheville/Biltmore Village is a top hotel for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it features free WiFi and free parking. Cathedral Of All Souls is a short walk away. A couple of other options close to historic sites include Grand Bohemian Asheville, Autograph Collection and Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate.

How many historically relevant hotels are there in Asheville?

Asheville has 1232 hotels and other lodging options bookable on Expedia, including 8 historic hotels or hotels close to historic sites.

What are the must-see historical sites and other places to visit in Asheville?

Asheville is notable for landmarks like Biltmore Estate, Thomas Wolfe Memorial, and Grove Arcade. Known for its live music and theaters, cultural venues include Harrah's Cherokee Center - Asheville, Asheville Art Museum, and Grey Eagle. A couple of additional sights to add to your agenda are Pack Square and Wicked Weed Brewing.

What is a historic hotel like in Asheville?

Historic hotels give guests an opportunity to stay in a place that's been officially recognized with a historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world come in all forms like castles, palaces or even pubs or old police stations — any place of special interest. These types of hotels in Asheville often preserve original qualities such as period features or traditional architecture in their public spaces or guestrooms.

What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?

The two are similar. "Historic hotel" is more commonly used in the U.S., while you'll often hear "heritage hotel" in Asia and Europe. Historic hotels tend to focus on the architecture and actual building. A heritage hotel draws meaning mainly from the place's cultural value and how it inspired the community.

Do historic hotels in Asheville have modern facilities?

Yes, efforts are made to preserve the historic aspects and traditions, while interiors have safety features and modern conveniences. Tourists who book a stay can expect the amenities from a contemporary hotel such as private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, and free and fast Internet. Booking a historic hotel in Asheville doesn't mean you're choosing a place that's rundown.

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