Wednesday, July 8, 2015

My Getaway to a Beautiful B&B in North Carolina

I recently stayed at a gorgeous B&B near Asheville, NC.  The home was located in Hot Springs, NC, 20 minutes from Asheville.  I loved the rustic home and the location.  It was located 300 feet above the Laurel River and our views from the porch were spectacular.










This was the view from the deck





They also had a jacuzzi which was so relaxing......











Continental breakfast (scones, coffee cake, yogurt, fresh fruit and granola were served each morning.  I loved sitting on the deck overlooking the river.  So BEAUTIFUL!





I stayed on the second floor of the home and had a sitting room, bathroom and two bedrooms.





The bed was so beautiful - it had some sort of stone inserts....so rustic looking!








This photo is taken from the bottom near the Laurel River looking up to the B&B nestled within the trees.







Overall it was a great and relaxing getaway.  Be back to share my visit in Asheville and Hot Springs.

Have a lovely week.

7 comments:

  1. Asheville is one of my favorite places. I've had the opportunity to visit three or four times. We love to stay at a B&B near Highlands...it is a beautiful area. I look forward to hearing more. Hope your week is going well!

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  2. SUCH a beautiful place... and a perfect name! I could love spending time in this place! =) Hope you are having a wonderful week, Kelly! Thanks for sharing about this spot. blessings ~ tanna

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  3. Hi Kelly, what a fabulous place to stay! The area and home were beautiful! You asked about where our lake home is, ...yes, it's in NC, at Lake Waccamaw. We're about an hour from the coast. I tried to find your blog on Bloglovin'... how is it listed? I'm glad to be back blogging... just have a lot of updating to do on my blog! :) Take Care! ~Rhonda

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  4. WOW! What a beautiful B&B. Thank you so much for sharing. :-) You took some amazing photos.
    Carla

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  5. What a great place! I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing time.
    Amalia
    xo

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  6. It is a stunning place...the views are magnificent!

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  7. I saw your comment on the River and love the name of your blog. Imagine my surprise to see your posts about Hot Springs! I lived there for a few years and then moved to Asheville. We are retired now and spend most of our time in Florida but we still have a home in Asheville and some land in Bluff...near Hot Springs. It's a small world, isn't it? What a beautiful place to spend time and get outside and enjoy the beauty. Hugs, Diane

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