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At Cumberland Falls Bed & Breakfast Inn

At Cumberland Falls Bed & Breakfast Inn, Asheville, Deep South

Our rating: Medium

Situated within walking distance of downtown Asheville, just three miles from the Biltmore Estate and 15 minutes from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, At Cumberland Falls is a charming, turn-of-the-century property set amidst beautiful gardens with koi-filled ponds. As well as a quaint living room, sun room and dining room, this bed-and-breakfast property has just six elegantly appointed and highly attractive bedrooms, each unique in character and decorated with flair and sophistication.

Amenities include flat-screen cable TV (in most rooms) with VCR/DVD player, ceiling fans, high-speed Internet access, whirlpool or claw-foot bath, and wood-burning fireplace. All beverages and snacks are available throughout the day with home-baked cookies offered each afternoon and a sumptuous three-course breakfast is served each morning.

There is also an on-site spa, bicycle rental and private hiking and kayaking tours available.

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