On your next visit to Asheville, NC be sure to spend some time at the Cedar Crest Inn.
Cedar Crest Inn
674 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28803
Our Toll-Free: 1-800-252-0310
New owners Colin and Deanna Crossman recently remodled The King's Daughters Inn into a seventeen room boutique Bed & Breakfast. Built in the 1920's with funds donated by the Duke family, The King's Daughters Inn is located close to Duke University, downtown Durham, Brightleaf Square and 9th Street. It's a short drive to Reseaarch Triangle Park or the Raleigh-Durham Airport.
Many amenities are offered including: private bathrooms, personal climate control, high-speed Internet, delicious breakfast, afternoon tea, complimentary bicycles and much more.
For more information visit http://www.thekingsdaughtersinn.com/ and see all the details about this luxurious Inn!
The King's Daughters Inn
204 N Buchanan Blvd
Durham, North Carolina 27701-2009
Phone: 919.354.7000, 877.534.8534
We finished early with the move in and were ready for a nap since we had been up since 4:00 am and driven 5 hours to get here. The problem was it was only 11:30 am and check in at the B&B wasn't until 3:30 pm. I called and asked if there was anyway that we could possibly check in a little earlier and the innkeeper, Cathy was very helpful. She went out of her way to get our room ready 2 hours early for us and we were so grateful.
Now if you are going here for the first time, I would highly recommend doing it in the daylight as this charming B&B is definately off the beaten path and would be difficult to find in the dark if you didn't know where you were headed! Of course, all of that adds to the beauty and peacefullness of The River Lodge. It sits nestled in the hills and overlooks a valley and the Tuckasegee River.
When you first enter the rustic lodge your attention is drawn to a massive stone fireplace in the great room. We were told the building was made from 100 year-old hand-hewn logs taken from old barns and cabins in the Smoky Mountions Region. It is decoratied with antiques, crafts and a Native-American motif.
The innkeepers, Cathy and Anthony were charming and very attentive to our needs during our two night stay. Our room was cozy and very clean and we enjoyed our visit there so much we really didn't want to go home!
One of the things we like best about staying at a Bed and Breakfast is the breakfast part! Our tastebuds were delighted as we enjoyed the culinary delights offered by Cathy and Anthony. The food was delicious and the presentation was stunning.
We met the other guests at breakfast and enjoyed their company. We made friends with one couple who lives about an hour away from us and their daughter is also attending WCU. We talked about getting together again in the near future. Everytime we stay at a Bed and Breakfast, we meet the nicest people.
We have already talked about coming back again next month for a repeat visit and hopefully our schedule will allow us to return very soon to this wonderful Bed and Breakfast!
Visit The River Lodge Bed and Breakfast when you are in the Culowhee area, you will be glad you did! You can check out their website here: http://www.riverlodge-bb.com/index.html .
The River Lodge Bed & Breakfast
619 Roy Tritt Road
Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723
I haven't had a chance to visit this B&B yet; however, I have heard from friends that it is just fabulous. It's on my list of places to visit next time I am in New England.
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