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.

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Bald Mountain House at Wolf Laurel

The Bald Mountain House is located outside of Mars Hill, North Carolina near Asheville, within the private 5,000-acre Wolf Laurel Resort and Scenic Wolf Ski Area. Surround yourself with the natural wonders of the Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests. 
Mars Hill, North Carolina

Laughing Heart Lodge

Laughing Heart Lodge in Hot Springs, NC, opened in August of 2012 after extensive renovation. It is a wonderful facility for retreats, family gatherings, weddings, and events as well as being available to individual guests as a bed and breakfast. 
Hot Springs, North Carolina

Marshall House Inn

The newly renovated Marshall House Inn is a bed and breakfast Inn providing 4 contemporary styled rooms in a beautiful historic home located in the charming small mountain town of Marshall, NC. 

Mountain Magnolia Inn

Mountain Magnolia Inn in Hot Springs, NC, is a family-run country inn perfect for romantic getaways, weddings and celebrations, family vacations or just a night out for a wonderful dinner. 
Hot Springs, North Carolina

River Dance Bed and Breakfast

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! 
Marshall, North Carolina

The Ashe Farm/Guest Rooms and Antiques

Overnight guests with full kitchen and patio BBQ. Now providing a farmers table breakfast for our guests. Antiques and art sales. Peaceful getaways in Madison county “The Jewel of the Blue Ridge”. 11 acres-hike our trails, picnic along our creek. 
Marshall, North Carolina

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.  
Hot Springs, North Carolina

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. 
Mars Hill, North Carolina

Madison County Tourism Development Authority

56 South Main Street
Mars Hill, NC 28754

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