235 Pearson Dr
Asheville, NC 28801-1613 US
Payment types accepted include Discover, Master Card, Visa, Personal Checks and American Express.
The types of beds available include King, Queen, Twin and Double.
Circa 1899. A true landmark that is timeless in the old-fashioned graciousness and modern conveniences offered, this gabled Queen Anne boasts an award-winning restoration and lavish gardens. Gather in the Coleman Parlor and the Drawing Room with period decor, fireplaces and inviting activities. Romantic suites and guest bedrooms feature distinctive designs; several feature fireplaces and high-speed wireless Internet. The three-bedroom Carriage House is perfect for larger groups or families. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast and a weekend social hour. Relax on the large wraparound porch and gazebo.Location: City/Urban, Historic Montford District and Biltmore Estate.
Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Wine, Snacks/Refreshments, Full Gourmet Breakfast and Glass of wine on request.
Amenities In Room: Wireless Internet Access, Telephone, Refrigerator, Iron/Ironing Board, Hair Dryer, Fireplace, Coffeemaker, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Bath Amenities, Television and Air Conditioning.
Amenities On Site: Universal charging station for electronic vehicles, Television, Phone, Fireplace, Free parking on premise, Fax, high-speed wireless Internet and cable TV.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, Television, Iron/Ironing Board, Internet Access, Hair Dryer, Gym Nearby, Flexible Check in/out Times, FAX On-site and Desk.
“This Inn, the staff and the owners are
"The BEST". The main item the Inn boasts is a comfortable atmosphere. They do this very well. We have stayed at other Inns very close to The Wright Inn, but felt the owners were more interested in how wonderful THEY ARE instead of our satisfaction.
We are now members of The Wright Inns list of Extremely SATISFIED Guests.
Good Job to all.”
— Tom Zipper
“While we were only there for one night, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We would go back.”
— John McGraw