Location . . .

The Inn is perfectly located in the Historic District of Montford, circa 1895.  It’s an ideal jumping-off point for exploring Asheville, as it’s located within walking distance, only about a half-mile from downtown, filled with abundant shops, fantastic restaurants, a variety of breweries, and spectacular galleries. Montford offers easy access to The Blue Ridge Parkway and all the main highways. It is only 2.5 miles to The Biltmore Estate entrance and the Biltmore Village; yet it is surrounded by a lovely residential neighborhood with tennis courts, greenways, and the longest running Shakespeare theatre in North Carolina!

Eight Guest Rooms

The Inn has eight spectacular guest rooms – six rooms in the Main Home and two rooms in the Carriage House, both which are pet-friendly. Each room is uniquely and tastefully decorated with quality furnishings, bedding, linens and color schemes, and each is complete with en-suite baths. All rooms, except the Dogwood, have working fireplaces.

Breakfast & Afternoon Tea – Served Fresh Everyday

History of Black Walnut Bed & Breakfast Inn

Black Walnut Bed & Breakfast Inn was designed and built by the supervising architect for The Biltmore Estate, Richard Sharp-Smith, in 1899. The Inn has been beautifully maintained and has retained its historic character and charm, with half-timbering pebbledash walls, original diamond-paned windows and a corner turret. Modern improvements, such as air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and private bath en-suites, have been added to the Inn without sacrificing the original quality, workmanship, and details. We hope you consider the value of a bed and breakfast stay here at Black Walnut Bed & Breakfast Inn!