Bed and Breakfast Inns in Madison County, NC
Treat yourself to a mountain getaway of romance, rejuvenation and relaxation at a B & B inn in the North Carolina mountains. Enjoy a great breakfast, old-fashioned hospitality and an unforgettable experience. Madison County is home to a diverse variety of bed & breakfast inns.
The Ashe Farm/Guest Rooms and Antiques
The Ashe Farm, located just one mile up the road from the Madison County County Courthouse in Marshall, is a cozy bed and breakfast owned by Sandy and Roger McCracken. We offer delicious farm-to-table breakfast choices every morning. Sandy’s homemade cookies, which are always available for overnight guests, are not to be missed. Courtesy tea, coffee, cold beverages, beer, wines, and assorted fruits and cheeses are available in the afternoon. Overnight guests can enjoy use of the patio, outdoor grill and sit around our outdoor wood burning fire place. Our property offers other outdoor venues such as: the Back Deck for eating or rocking, the Garden/Creek BBQ area, the Fire Pit, the Picnic table by the creek, the Creek walk and hiking up our mountain.In addition, our area offers zip lines, horseback riding, hot springs, river rafting, tubing, hiking, shopping, dining and craft beer, as well as wonderful local festivals. We are waiting for you!!
The Belle of Hot Springs
This lovely historic Georgian Colonial sits atop a gentle knoll on an expansive lawn off the main street of the town of Hot Springs. It was built in about 1924 as a residence for students who attended the historic Dorland-Bell School. The property is covered with beautiful trees and is on the Appalachian Trail. The Belle has three bedrooms, two of which are quite large and they have a nice place for two people to enjoy the comfortable seating space. The large windows allow wonderful natural light and views of the surrounding mountains and the downtown area. You can walk to everything in town – restaurants, shopping, The Hot Springs Resort & Spa, local hiking trails and the French Broad River.
Bald Mountain House at Wolf Laurel
What better place to stay than near the top of Big Bald Mountain (at 5516 elevation) and what better hosts than Monica and Tony Martin. Monica uses her talents as a professional chef and interior decorator to make your stay at this B & B the best you can imagine. Not only do you have an amazing view from the Inn, but you are close to skiing, hiking and horseback riding. The nature trail on the resort property connects with the Appalachian Trail. The perfect place for a relaxing getaway.
Grace House Sanctuary & Inn
Just on the edge of the town of Mars Hill, situated on 14 acres is this restored 1917 farmhouse in a picturesque setting. For a restful stay, not only are there large bedrooms and common rooms, but also an open pasture and a wooded trail to explore. Rooms and suites in two buildings offer choices for short getaways or planned events. And, take advantage of the relaxing setting by booking an in-house massage. Your hosts Jeff and Robin Brooks can help with your needs.
Laughing Heart Lodge
This beautiful Lodge with nine guest rooms is the perfect place for a personal or group retreat. Surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest and the beautiful grounds, the views and the serenity invite rest and relaxation. The building itself welcomes you with its large gathering rooms each with a massive stone fireplace and warm wood on the floor and the walls. You can feel the history that lives in those walls as this property was originally owned by Col. J.H. Rumbough who operated the resort hotel on the spa grounds in the late 1800s. Owners Karen Nagle and Karen Moore look forward to welcoming you to this “haven for the Heart.”
Mountain Magnolia Inn
The Mountain Magnolia Inn is a full service country inn located in Hot Springs, North Carolina. The Inn was the estate of James H. Rumbough and his wife Carrie who owned and operated the 350 room historic Mountain Park Hotel where the Hot Springs Spa is now located. Pete and Karen Nagle have operated the Inn for over ten years as a historic property which emphasizes exceptional service, great food and eco-friendly practices.
Marshall House Inn
On a hill overlooking the town of Marshall and the French Broad River sits this beautiful historic house. Designed by Richard Sharp Smith (the supervising architect of the Biltmore Estate), the house was built in 1903 and converted into a tourist home in 1920. With the recent renovation in 2016 –preserving the history while offering modern conveniences for the 4 rooms, the owners offer a wonderful getaway right in the center of the historic town of Marshall but still close to the outdoor treasures of Madison County.
RiverDance rated #1 B&B in Hot Springs by Trip Advisor awaits! Experience this blend of the best of both a vacation rental, and bed and breakfast. Surround yourself with amazing views, natural beauty, and all the comforts of home! Relax in front of the cozy fireplaces in the warmth of a timber frame great room or out on the Carolina porch. Retire to your private suite, and enjoy a continental breakfast each morning. If you are looking for a unique gift for that special someone no need to look any further. Callie and Dave look forward to being your hosts at RiverDance!
The Near Way
At 3500 feet in the cool Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina is a secluded hideaway. The property has three wooden decks to relax and listen to the sounds of the nearby streams. Just relax or use the place as a starting point for the local outdoor activities which include skiing, tubing in the winter, golfing in the summer or hiking all year round. There is also a covered pavilion that can be used for reunions or weddings or just to relax in the shade. The conveniences are included, too, so you have WiFi to connect with the outside world if you want.