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Cedar Crest Victorian Inn, Asheville, North Carolina.











"Cedar Crest Victorian Inn", is a must stay when visiting the Biltmore, Asheville, North Carolina area. Such a sweet place. I gave ya a view of the home, our room which was named "The Study", what we had for breakfast, no clue of what it is called, we did ask but no name as of yet. What is includes is a biscuit, bacon, gravy, egg, lots of pepper, jelly, & strawberry on top. As well as Tazo Earl Grey tea, so yummy, a fruit cup, a peach muffin, water and grapefruit juice. The hubby found this place the night before we decided to go ...this trip was planned very quickly ...my Mom had some free time & I said well the Downton Abbey clothing is at the Biltmore until the end of May ...let's go. The hubby wanted us to get a room ahead of time, my Mom thought oh we will find one on the drive down. The hubby went searching & found this beauty about a mile from the Biltmore property. We had a ball April 21-22. Beth ( :

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Wow, that's quite the place! I expect to see Miss Havisham in some little alcove, sitting in a rocker covered in cobwebs! Must be a fun place to stay, but a bit of sensory overload for me.
Missy George said…
Pretty..I wonder who their decorator is??
Linda Kay said…
Beth, looks like a great place to visit....purple carpets? Hmmmm.
don said…
The Inn is a marvelous looking place outside and in. I like your series that showed both so well.
Maggid said…
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Biltmore Estate. (Yes, AND the entire state of North Carolina . . . BUT, what a beautiful slice of history the estate is for us to enjoy.) THANK YOU for this share.
Stephanie said…
Love that house and thanks for sharing the inside shots, food and such. Bed and Breakfast is one of our favorite things to do when traveling. I love the old style, the extra touches to a table such as in the image you provided. Looks like a special place to stay at.
EG CameraGirl said…
Hmmm. Interesting that it's painted pink. ;)) Glad you had a great time there!
William Kendall said…
Quite a beautiful place! The staircase really draws my eyes.
Mildred said…
Such a gorgeous place! Love these pictures. Must have been a great visit!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Looks like a beautiful place to visit.
Kelly Deal said…
Looks like a gorgeous place to stay!
Tanya Breese said…
what a beautiful place to stay beth! and now i'm hungry...guess i should go make myself some breakfast!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, what a pretty place to stay! The breakfast looks yummy too. Thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy day!
Pamela Gordon said…
That is a beautiful home! I love the outside of it with the double verandas! I hope you're enjoying summer so far. Hugs. Pam
Rose said…
Oh, my, Lorelei would love this place...at least from the outside. It is her color, her style.
Betsy said…
I want to stay here. Love that purple carpet on the steps, what a touch. Breakfast looks soooo good.

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