Wonderful as Always!
The Reynolds Mansion is always like a wonderful escape to another time. This was our fifth time staying at Reynolds Mansion. The Innkeeper, Billy, and the staff are always warm and welcoming. It is always a pleasure catching up with them a bit at check in and breakfast. We stayed in Linda’s Room on the second floor again this time. Linda’s room is furnished with glorious antiques, a gorgeous four poster bed with the most comfortable mattress, a grand, functioning gas fireplace, and comfortable overstuffed chairs. It has a private bathroom with every little toiletry you might need. Delicious cookies awaited us in a lovely waxed paper bag on a little tray at the foot of the bed, along with a note with info about the inn and wifi, etc. We enjoyed an exceedingly comfortable, quiet night of sleep. Downstairs in the dining room is a guest pantry stocked with wines, water, soda, and snacks. We didn’t make use of it this time, but we have in the past! In the morning we wandered out into the hallway, where 1920’s jazz was playing softly. We didn’t have time for a sit down breakfast this visit, but Billy graciously sent us away with our travel mugs full of their delicious coffee, and some freshly made breakfast croissant sandwiches. Staying at The Reynolds Mansion is like staying with family, if family always behaved as graciously, and generously hospitable as possible. 🙂 Anyone seeking to stay in the Asheville area would be foolish to pass up an opportunity to stay at The Reynolds Mansion.
It never lets me down !
I have visited Reynolds Mansion now about 8-9 times. This place never disappoints me. This time me and my hubby visited as a late anniversary trip.
We relaxed and enjoyed the company of owner and the staff. They remember your preferences each time and always go out the way to make you comfortable/at home.
We stayed in the All that Jazz room and it was spotless & very comfortable.
The food was wonderful as usual and my husband who’s a picky eater even enjoyed it.
No matter if your visiting for relaxation or adventure fill trip to Asheville ,Reynolds Mansion is the place rest your head.
Beyond Incredible! Absolutely Amazing!
The Reynolds Mansion is by far the best place I have ever stayed. The house is absolutely amazing and beyond incredible. Tons of antiques tastefully distributed about the whole house, including the bedrooms. Beautiful gardens behind the house, and chairs to sit in on the lawn. The wrap-around porches are worth the stay all by themselves. The view from the upper porch is astounding.
The mansion at night is the best. Very quiet, dimly lit, and full of ticking mantle clocks; it’s perfect for reading in the parlor or library.
My room (Katie) was perfect. The bed was super comfortable and the decor was beautiful. Very well done. I really felt as if I’d stepped back in time.
Finally, I can’t say enough about the staff. Billy is the most gracious host ever. He has true southern hospitality and southern charm. The stories he tells at the breakfast table were both hilarious and heartwarming. He truly is the host with the most. And Sandy! She made sure my stay was perfect. From walking out to greet me, to telling me about Asheville restaurants and attractions, to hanging out in the parlor at night talking about ghosts! She was the best. And the kitchen staff was more than amazing. The breakfast was delicious and the service was first rate.
I can’t say enough good things about The Reynolds Mansion. I will definitely be back, and very soon!
Just when you think your visit to Ashville couldn’t get any better
It’s amazing how much staying at the Reynolds Mansion added to our visit to Ashville. First of all the mansion is amazing with its wonderful accomidations and its rich history. We stayed in the Glenda guestroom on the second floor. The spacious room’s furnishings paid homage to the mansions history and we particularly enjoyed the seating area in front of the fireplace, a wonderful place to sit and unwind at the end of a busy day. The breakfast each morning was a delicious delight served in the mansions spacious dinning room, a great place to get to know your fellow guest. Most importantly the staff made you feel like you were visiting old friends in their home. Paul and Sandy in particular were always welcoming and anticipating your every need. You haven’t stayed in…
It is a place where you will not see a lot of signs or reminders of what you can and cannot do. We want you to enjoy yourself, to touch and to experience what the house has to offer. But at the same time, we realize that the house is historical, and out of respect for its age, we strive to maintain the integrity of the house and ask the same of all those who stay here.
Although it does not have the luxury of a Marriot or Hilton, the mansion offers a chance to step back into a time when southern hospitality was an art form and gentility was a part of good breeding.
Written below are the only polices we have and that you will see as a guest of Reynolds Mansion. All we ask is that you–just as we do–show respect for a home that has survived a civil war, poverty and decline, horrible neglect and two major restorations, while still standing tall and proud for the next generations to enjoy.”
Dietary Restrictions: Please be aware that we are limited on the type of dietary restrictions that we can accommodate. Before making a reservation, please speak with the innkeeper regarding your dietary needs and if we cannot accommodate you, we will refer you to a Bed & Breakfast in our association that specializes in accommodating dietary restrictions. We will not accept reservations made online, until you have spoken with an innkeeper.
Arrival Time: Check-in time is 3PM to 6PM. We do not take check-ins past 6:00 PM due to the disruption it causes other guests. We ask that you plan your travel accordingly.
Breakfast: Is served in the grand dining room at 9:00 AM and is included with your stay. In the warmer months, breakfast might be served on the porch, weather permitting.
Parking: We have private off-street parking to accommodate all guests. Please follow the signs as you arrive on the estate.
Departure Time: Check out time is 11 a.m.
Minimum Night Stays: We do require multi-night stays during certain times of the year. Weekends, holidays, and peak seasonal periods generally have a two-night requirement. However, single night reservations are available online for weekdays (Sunday through Thursday). No discounts of any kind (return guest, military, etc) or gift certificates can be used or applied to single night reservations.
Cancellation Policy: If notification of a cancellation is received at least (14) days prior to the arrival date (30 days notice for certain special packages, events and the month of October), the deposit is refundable less a $35.00 cancellation fee per room. If notification of a cancellation is received (14) days or less prior to the arrival date (30 days notice for certain special packages, events and the month of October), the full amount of the reservation will be charged and is non-refundable. No-shows will be charged for the entire stay. Early departure falls within our cancellation policy. There are no refunds for early departure. We reserve the right to treat a partial cancellation as a cancellation for the entire stay. Cancellations must be made by phone
Weather Conditions: Reynolds Mansion is inaccessible during heavy snowfall, please be aware that reservations made primarily in January, February, and March could potentially need to be cancelled or moved due to the snow conditions.
Rates: Rates are for single or double occupancy, unless noted in room description. There is an additional $25 per night charge for extra persons in the rooms that can accommodate more than two. All rates are subject to change without notice. Rates also are subject to North Carolina State Lodging Tax and any applicable Sales Taxes.
Registered Guests Only: Only registered guests of Reynolds Mansion Bed & Breakfast are allowed on the property or in the historical mansion at any time. Exceptions are for scheduled Weddings, Parties, Dinners, or other prearranged and scheduled events.
Children: Children are not allowed at Reynolds Mansion. Children MUST be over the age of 16, and are welcome with the company of an adult.
Pets Allowed at Our Bed and Breakfast, Asheville NCPets: We are a pet-friendly B&B here in Asheville! Pets are not allowed in the Historical Mansion, but are allowed in the Carriage House suites, some restrictions apply (see policy below).
Smoking: We are a non-smoking inn, including (Vaping). Smoking inside the mansion, porches, or carriage house rooms, will result in an immediate request to leave, and an additional cleaning fee of $250.
Damages: Your room will be inspected after your departure and any damages to the room or contents, will incur cleaning or repair charges applied to your credit card.
Payment Method: We accept cash, traveler’s checks, Visa / MasterCard, and Discover.
Internet Access: DSL is available from most rooms, Please ask the innkeeper for the code.
Common Areas: Guests are encouraged to make use of our spacious day rooms that include the original library and front parlor. The 3000-square foot of porches (most covered) is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the weather, rain or shine.
Pets Welcome at Our B&B! Asheville NCPet Guidelines for your visit: We’re pleased to welcome your pet to our pet-friendly bed and breakfast here in Asheville, NC. Dogs are welcome in the Carriage House suites. PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE HISTORICAL HOME – The Mansion belongs to Rhett and Scarlett (The resident English Bulldogs) and even their freedom is limited to the Innkeepers quarters, and only occasionally do they make appearances for guest requests. There is a thirty-five pound restriction on dog breeds. Please call ahead for availability, as pet accommodations are limited.
There is a $25.00 a day, non-refundable pet charge. We prefer that you take your dog with you when you are away from the Inn. If you must leave your dog for short periods in your room, please confine the dog to some sort of portable crate or dog carrier. The Mansion does have some available for guests use by requests.
Dogs must not be left unattended outside, and you must have your dog on a leash and under your control at all times for the protection of you, other guests and The Reynolds Mansion staff. Please do not allow your dog to run freely around the property. Even if your dog has never been aggressive towards other dogs or humans, “surprises” can happen Guests traveling with dogs must provide proof of current vaccinations and flea protection. Documentation must be faxed within 10 days of arrival.
Potty breaks should be confined to areas away from buildings and you must clean up after your pet. While we understand that “accidents” may occur in inappropriate places, please be kind enough to remove it. No one likes ruined shoes; especially other inn guests who may not be as pet friendly.
No barking – Barking dogs are a nuisance to other guests and will not be tolerated.
Please do not use Inn towels for dirty paws. An innkeeper will gladly get you something suitable. Please be considerate of Inn furnishings.
We hope you and your pet’s stay is most enjoyable. We will gladly accommodate you in any way possible.