The 1899 Wright Inn Asheville Bed and Breakfast

 

Welcome to our Asheville Bed and Breakfast Inn 

-The 1899 Wright Inn & Carriage House-

You will experience exceptional hospitality at Ashevilles’ premier bed and breakfast inn. This Asheville historic landmark is renowned for extraordinary service and great attention to detail. You can rest assured that our accommodations exceed the high standards of the most discerning traveler.Asheville Bed and Breakfast Downtown Restaurants   The 1899 Wright Inn and Carriage House is conveniently located in the Montford Historic District, which is a very close 8/10 mile (very walk-able) to downtown Asheville. Asheville Bed and Breakfast Dining Options There you will find many fine restaurants, day and evening activities and a wide range of shops and galleries. We offer lodging that you will remember for years to come. Choose from 11 inviting rooms and suites skillfully blending period antiques with the modern conveniences of central air conditioning, LCD TV’s with expanded cable and free hi-speed wireless internet. All rooms and suites have a private bath, some with either a whirlpool tub or a Clawfoot soaking tub/shower combination. Some rooms and suites have a romantic gas-log fireplaces for your enjoyment. While at the Wright Inn, please enjoy our home with its picturesque porches, comfortable parlors with fireplaces, and areas always available to you with complimentary beverages, ice, hot chocolate, and an assortment of fine teas, coffees, fresh fruit and sweets.  Breakfast at our authentically restored 1899 Queen Anne Victorian Mansion is not simply nourishment for the body. Amid the beautiful Victorian setting of the Inn, with the crystal, silver, china and in the company of interesting fellow travelers, it is nourishment for the soul. You will enjoy a full, hot, multiple course breakfast with a touch of Asheville’s Southern hospitality. Our breakfast menu varies daily, but it always includes coffee and/or tea, juice, fruit course, breakfast breads, and a main course. Check-in anytime between 3 and 7 P.M. Later check-ins can be arranged with prior notice. Check out is before 11 A.M.

Breathe easy! Our bed and breakfast is a non-smoking property. We do have a smoking area on the property.  The inn is also centrally air-conditioned therefore you will not swelter in your room or the community areas. Another major plus is that the ambiance of this beautiful, historical property is not dampened by multiple window units.

 Explore Asheville, NC during any season. The 1899 Wright Inn Asheville bed and breakfast is open all year.

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Welcome to the Wright Inn Bed and Breakfast

“Home of the Week” award winner.

Recently, our premier Asheville bed and breakfast inn, 1899 Wright Inn & Carriage House, was nominated for and received the honor of being named as Asheville’s “Home of the Week“. Having the Asheville Citizen-Times award us with this honor and publish a special article and  is a very nice way to recognize this beautiful historical home.  We are the 5th couple to have had the honor of caring for this beautiful piece of history.  

Wright Inn Bed and Breakfast

George Barber Descendants pay us a Visit

For folks who have read the history of the inn on our website or some of our blogs, you are already aware that the O. B. Wright House (currently known as The 1899 Wright Inn and Carriage House) was designed by architect George F. Barber. He was an Illinois architect who sold his designs through mail order catalogs which pre-dated the Sears and Roebuck catalog homes idea. During a very busy October, we were honored

Asheville B&B Fall Greeting

The Builder of the 1899 Wright Inn Bed and Breakfast

-George F. Barber – Builder of the   1899 Wright Inn and Carriage House One of the many interesting facts about The 1899 Wright Inn is that it was designed by architect George Franklin Barber (1854-1915.)  Barber is known for his residential designs which he marketed through a series of mail-order catalogs; sort of the front runner to the Sears and Roebuck Craftsman style houses.  He was born in DeKalb, Illinois and began his designing