Best Bed and Breakfast Inn … In Burnsville, NC
Coming to Burnsville and the western North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains? Why not choose the best bed and breakfast in within walking distance of the Burnsville Town Square (a People’s Choice award winner for 2014). Enjoy a walk through a quiet neighborhood before turning uptown on West Main Street and passing the Chamber of Commerce, unique shops, the Toe River Arts Council Gallery, a movie theatre, restaurants and much more. Sure beats driving 8 to 20+ miles from other lodging “near” Burnsville. Follow the link our Trip Advisor 5 star rated accommodations rating and the wonderful comments our B & B and breakfast. Laura makes the best breakfast in Burnsville by a landslide, but we are prejudiced…
Our Bed and Breakfast Inn Accommodations
Once a dorm for a western North Carolina Presbyterian school in the early 1900’s, the historic Terrell House Bed and Breakfast Inn accommodations include 6 beautifully appointed rooms perfect for a romantic weekend getaway. Five have queen size beds and one has two twin beds. All rooms have private baths, individual air-conditioning, and sitting areas. A hearty formal breakfast is served daily at our Blue Ridge Mountains bed and breakfast inn. The best breakfast in Burnsville awaits you. Prices start at $110 a night. There is plenty of room for parking SUVs, and trailers. We will also make sure your bicycles and motorcycles are safe for a sweet ride in the mountains.
Exploring the western North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains
Coming to Burnsville and Yancey County for only a day is like visiting The Louvre in only 4 hours. Your first day after a quiet night’s sleep and breakfast at the Terrell House Bed and Breakfast could be spent visiting Burnsville’s downtown shops and stopping by the Burnsville-Yancey County Chamber of Commerce to plan the Blue Ridge Mountain venues you would like to see. Mike and Laura, your Terrell House Bed and Breakfast Inn hosts will also be glad to help. Mike is an avid golfer and can help you find the perfect place play. Your second day there are a number of places to visit but for motorcycles and bicycles it’s the ride through the western North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains that will “move your soul”. Whatever you are riding be careful there are plenty “twisties” that will challenge your driving skills. Places like Roaring Fork Falls, Little Switzerland, Penland School of Crafts, the Energy Exchange, Bakersville and Roan Mountain are all must sees. Great stops along the Blue Ridge Parkway include Mt. Mitchell, Linville Falls, and Grandfather Mountain.