We take Southern hospitality to another level here in Waynesville, even in our colder months. We welcome any traveler with open arms, eager to share our unique mountain heritage with the world. To experience everything, you’re going to need to stay a while. So, do it in style and warmth! Our bed and breakfasts are the perfect blend of high-end luxury and mountainside comfort, and they’re run by owners who hope you stay cozy despite the chilly weather outside. Keep reading to learn a little bit more about our local bed and breakfasts you can stay in this winter!
Close to the shopping and dining on Main Street but far enough away to provide some privacy, Almost Heaven has a rich history of entertaining guests. It was built in 1927 and still has its original paneled wainscoting, French doors, heart of pine floors, and fireplaces, as well as some antiques you’ll find scattered about. The view from the deck is breathtaking year-round!
This family-owned bed and breakfast is located on a gorgeous 5-acre lot that offers waterfall and mountain views. Owners Georgina and Victor have poured their hearts into this quaint and comfy inn and are dedicated to making sure their guests have a pleasant stay—and are well-fed the whole time!
This beautiful home is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a short drive to Main Street. Superhost Ginny has done an awesome job keeping the house flawless and making the check in process simple for guests. The home has even been visited by Reverend Billy Graham, John F. Kennedy, and Richard Nixon. You can rent this historic house on AirBnb here.
The Yellow House is one of the more romantic inns in Waynesville. The home’s grounds are a unique way to enjoy the outdoors without going too far from the fireplaces in every room. To start off your romantic getaway, have your room prepped with chocolate covered strawberries, rose petals, and a picnic basket for two as part of their Special Occasion package.
Named a top-25 bed and breakfast in the country by TripAdvisor, you can find Smoky Mountain views from the front porch. Plus, the walkable shops of Waynesville are only a short distance away from this inn. Andon-Reid has a colorful history rooted in the development of Waynesville and honors the original, rustic features of the house.
The rooms at Grandview Lodge epitomize rustic and quaint, while still providing an elegant experience. Each guest can savor a delicious farm-to-table breakfast along with some peace and quiet. Some of these rooms are pet-friendly, so make sure to bring your pup along for a stay!
Another top-25 rated bed and breakfast, Oak Hill is one of the most recognizable homes in all of Waynesville. The stunning views from the front porch and the generously-spacious rooms make this a must-visit if you’re planning a stay in Waynesville!
Brookside Mountain Mist Inn is a relaxing winter escape for golf lovers! It’s right next to the Waynesville Inn Golf Resort and Spa, and you can create your own package that includes a round of winter golf. Owners Dina and Carolyn have been called the “most gracious and accommodating hosts we have ever had the pleasure of staying with,” and staying here is “everything you could possibly desire, each and every day.” Scrolling through the Inn’s Facebook Reviews should be all the extra motivation you need to book a stay!
This Victorian home pays homage to its historical origins by maintaining its rustic feel while providing a variety of ways to enjoy the Gateway to the Smokies. Take a short drive to a number of hiking trails to experience the natural beauty surrounding this home.
All of these historic bed and breakfasts have been taken care of with intense care and devotion, and they do even more to pamper their guests. With the number of seasonal events heading towards Waynesville, winter is a great time to experience all we have to offer in our Smoky Mountain town.
Wondering when to book your stay? Think about planning around one of our many events! To stay on top of upcoming festivities, make sure you’re signed up for our newsletter to keep up with all of our upcoming parades and festivals.