The small Western North Carolina town of Black Mountain is just that – a small town. Which means, you won’t find any tall, skyscraping luxury hotels here. But, what you will find are plenty of quaint local inns and boutique hotels, as well as a few classic, budget-friendly chains. So, whether you’re traveling to this picturesque town for a quick business trip or an extended mountain getaway, you can find the perfect hotel for your style, needs and budget.

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Monte Vista Boutique Hotel The Monte Vista Hotel has an on-site bar and restaurant that serves new Southern cuisine.
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The Monte Vista Hotel has an on-site bar and restaurant that serves new Southern cuisine.

Monte Vista Boutique Hotel (Prices & Photos)

The Monte Vista Hotel, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was originally opened in 1919, in a repurposed school building. Over the years, the property has gone through various renovations and seen additional buildings added, but you can still find much of its original charm in the décor and details throughout. The main, original building houses 33 guest rooms with original hardwood floors, large windows, rustic furnishings and traditional tilework in the bathrooms. The lodge, which was added in the 1950’s, offers an additional 14 guest rooms, as well as a large family room and bar area. The remodeled lobby of the hotel also features Milton’s Cuisine and Cocktails – the second location of the Atlanta-based restaurant that serves up New Southern Cuisine using fresh, local ingredients.

Quality Inn The Quality Inn is close to the Blue Ridge Parkway and Chimney Rock State Park.
The Quality Inn is close to the Blue Ridge Parkway and Chimney Rock State Park.

Quality Inn (Prices & Photos)

Although the Quality Inn is a chain you’ll find all across the country, their Black Mountain location offers beautiful surrounding scenery that you can only find in the mountains of Western North Carolina. As a budget-friendly property, you’ll find basic guest rooms with comfortable beds, refrigerators, microwaves and televisions, as well as free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, an outdoor pool and business center. This pet-friendly hotel is also conveniently located near the Blue Ridge Parkway and close to Chimney Rock State Park and the mall in nearby Asheville.

The Acorn Motel The Acorn Motel
The Acorn Motel

The Acorn Motel (Prices & Photos)

The Acorn Motel is the epitome of a small town motel. But, the rooms are comfortable and clean, and feature microwaves, refrigerators and work desks. Free Wi-Fi is available in the motel lobby and the front desk is open 24-hours for guests’ needs. If you’re looking to check out the sites of Asheville, The Acorn is conveniently located within a 9-minute drive to Biltmore Estate and a 16-minute drive to downtown Asheville.

Black Mountain Inn (Prices & Photos)

The Black Mountain Inn, a historic inn that was built in the 1800’s, has undergone many transformations throughout the years. In the early 1900’s, it served as a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients and later, was repurposed as an art studio in the 1940’s. Then, in 1989, it was completely restored and opened as the Black Mountain Inn, which has been welcoming guests ever since. Each of the property’s lovingly decorated rooms is unique, with features like four-poster beds, claw foot tubs, large windows and sleeping porches. For an extra spacious stay, check out the Artist’s Loft, which encompasses the entire third floor of the inn and features a private bath and a separate seating area. The hotel also offers an on-site spa with individual and couple’s massages, hot stones and aromatherapy.

Super 8 by Wyndham Black Mountain The Super 8 by Wyndham Black Mountain is just blocks away from the shops and restaurants in downtown Black Mountain.
The Super 8 by Wyndham Black Mountain is just blocks away from the shops and restaurants in downtown Black Mountain.

Super 8 by Wyndham Black Mountain (Prices & Photos)

The Super 8 by Wyndham Black Mountain is a basic, family-style motel chain that offers pet-friendly accommodations, free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and on-site laundry facilities, all within close proximity of many of the area’s most popular attractions like the Pisgah National Forest, Blue Ridge Parkway, Black Mountain Golf Club, the Western North Carolina Nature Center and the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove. It’s also just a few blocks from downtown Black Mountain, where you’ll find lots of quaint restaurants and shops to explore.

Arbor House of Black Mountain (Prices & Photos)

The Arbor House of Black Mountain is a picturesque bed and breakfast that offers five distinct suites in a beautifully landscaped, lakefront location. All guest rooms have a private bathroom, as well as free Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, DVD players, a library of books, luxurious linens and handmade bath products. The property also has a guest pantry that’s always stocked with beverages, snacks and baked goods, although the gourmet breakfast you’ll have each morning will probably keep you feeling full with delicious dishes like stuffed French toast, Belgian waffles and eggs. Besides being within walking distance to the many shops, restaurants and breweries in downtown Black Mountain the property is also only 15 minutes from nearby Asheville.

My Place Inn Black Mountain My Place Inn is located in a century-old Victorian house.
My Place Inn is located in a century-old Victorian house.

My Place Inn Black Mountain (Prices & Photos)

My Place Inn Black Mountain, a charming bed and breakfast in a century-old Victorian house, is also located close to downtown Black Mountain. The house, which was built in 1908, originally served as a residence for one of the town’s most prominent doctors. Over the years, it changed hands a few times until 1998, when it was renovated and converting it into a B&B. Now, the inn offers five different rooms, comfortable beds, luxurious toiletries, local coffee, wireless internet and continental breakfast.

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