Legendary Inns of Asheville

Abbington Green Bed and Breakfast Inn

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Abbington Green Bed and Breakfast Inn


A Bit of Britain in Montford

Offering a calm haven with the style, tranquility and ease of the Old World, at Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn you experience a “bit of Britain” close to home. This gracious award-winning inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is conveniently located in the Montford Historic District, just on the north side of Downtown Asheville, across town from Biltmore Estate and the Blue Ridge Parkway.

The British theme is expressed wherever you look: from antique furnishings to photos and prints to opulent custom-made draperies, canopies and linens. A sense of high style and elegance is all around you.

Each of our three suites and five guestrooms are specially designed for your comfort and relaxation with the utmost attention to detail. Our one- and two-bedroom suites plus three of our guestrooms have king beds. All rooms have working fireplaces. Seven rooms and suites have whirlpool tubs with shower in the bathroom for luxurious, pampered relaxation at the end of your day of galleries, golf or hiking in the Asheville area. Each of our lovely suites has a separate entrance and a porch that adds a sense of privacy to your visit.

From our most opulent suites to our coziest room, for a touch of the modern, each room has wall-mounted Plasma or LCD HD TV with DVD. The Inn also has wireless, high-speed internet access throughout. Our one- and two-bedroom suites are located in our Carriage House are family- friendly and dog- friendly.

Warm, friendly personal attention awaits you. And to provide a wonderful start to your day, a lavish breakfast is served on crystal and china with candlelight in our Dining Room each morning at 9am.

Extensive, prize-winning English gardens surround the house as a series of authentic English garden “rooms”. As you wander along the pea gravel paths from one garden to the next, you’ll see and smell plants that were used by English garden designers more than 100 years ago. Experience our “bit of Britain” close to home.