Looking for a place to stay in Brevard? Then look no further than The Inn at Brevard, a quaint bed and breakfast that brings the best of Brevard to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and The Inn at Brevard makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a diner, consider a visit to Rocky's Grill & Soda Shop, Huddle House, or Kelly's family restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from The Inn at Brevard.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Transylvania County Courthouse.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Inn at Brevard as you experience everything Brevard has to offer.
Lovely historic property close to downtown Brevard. Home-cooked breakfast is included and amazing. Best grits we've ever had. Downtown is walkable and Pisgah National Forest attractions and Blue Ridge Parkway are a short and beautiful drive. We'll be back!
Old time experience and enjoyable stay. Minor problem was instantly resolved. Each room has a unique charm. If you are looking for totally modern accoutrements, maybe find another place. Breakfast was a highlight. Thank you, Charlene.
I paid the same as everyone else. There was no internet, no fire alarm, a roach crawled up the wall by my face! The mattresses are apparently old and there was an odor in cloth chairs. I found the employees from kitchen and would give towels, etc., to be very nice and the breakfast good. The owner was there when I called and that was the room she gave me. Some of the rooms were ok looking. When I called and talked to the owner, she seemed not to care...she had the money and it didn't matter. I stayed more than one night and called ten days prior. I did ask if I could change rooms and it was a week night but was told they could not that they were full, that was not true. The woman at the front desk told me that and was not caring about fire alarm, etc. I always stay in clean places and better that this was, BY FAR.....It looks nice but be very careful what you end up with. I was moving into my new place and had to wait few days. I took pictures and can show if one should want...479-9814140...very honest about this.The A/C filter was dirty and tv was ???But not having internet without going to lobby was not right. I believe in helping others to prevent things like this from happening to someone else. Service in kitchen for breakfast was good but NOT from owner or the one woman at front desk. I told owner that I had a business 25 years and just did things different but I figure if I tell her what was wrong she surely would want to know and sent her the pictures. She never called back???…
We enjoyed our stay here. The room was huge, full of antiques, clean and comfortable, and possibly haunted. Breakfast was delicious and the staff were beyond helpful and friendly. Convenient location to Downtown. We would recommend.
I would strongly advise you not to take a room here until you have actually seen the room, not just photographs of the room. Above all, do not put money down without seeing the room. It is unlikely to be returned if the room doesn’t meet your expectations. All of this is especially true if you have mobility problems. There is no indication whatever in the advertising, at least up to now, that reaching your room might require you to go up a long and rickety stairway, or in the alternative stay in the annex where the tops of the mattresses are some three feet or more off the ground. Here’s our experience: we were charmed by the photographs (which were more or less misleading in any case) which showed, among other things, an enormous balcony which appeared to be attached to the room. (It wasn’t. It was part of the common area and in a different part of the house.) We merrily charged $1300 to a credit card, knowing that there were much cheaper options elsewhere in town. When we arrived we were shocked. My wife had difficulty getting up to the house, and once inside she had difficulty getting up the stairs. The room was overcrowded with old furniture (hardly antiques, in our judgment) and the room air conditioner had not been turned on. It was almost impossible for my wife to get back down the stairs; she took them one at a time, holding on to the railing. We explained that that room just wouldn’t work. I was taken to see the rooms in the annex. The annex looks for all the world like an old roadside motel, but I would have taken the room if I thought my wife could get into the bed, easily the highest I’ve ever seen. I don’t know that I could have gotten into it. (The employees, by the way, were very helpful and solicitous.) When we told the woman at the desk (whether she was an owner or not I don’t know) that we just couldn’t do it she seemed very understanding and said she would refund the money into our Visa account the next day, and call it when she had done it. With that assurance we took a room in the Holiday Inn. She didn’t call the next day, and when my wife called the Inn she was told that the money wouldn’t be refunded but that they would send us a gift certificate for a future stay. My wife told that a future stay was unlikely, and that we wanted our money back, as had been promised. No deal, $1300 gone. We considered suing, but decided against it. I think we would have calmed down about it, except that they had the gall to send us the damned gift certificate. It is of no earthly use to us and can only serve to convince them they haven’t done anything wrong. So, in the end, I’m not advising you not to stay, only to actually see the room before you put money down. Wait, I take it back. If you have mobility issues, then I would advise you against taking a room here.…