Looking for a fabulous place to stay for a weekend in Asheville? Engadine Inn and Cabins is an elegant and charming bed and breakfast just fifteen minutes west of downtown complete with cabins, spectacular mountain views, gourmet two course breakfasts and the most delicious bacon I’ve ever eaten. Thank you to Tom and Rick of Engadine Inn and Cabins for hosting AJ, Bodie and me for a complimentary weekend stay in one of Engadine’s cabins as well as treating us to breakfast both mornings. (And thank you to the Asheville Bed and Breakfast Association for putting us in touch with Tom and Rick!) As always, all opinions are my own.
I’m headed to the mountains today (a little two day getaway to eat and drink my way through Hendersonville and I’m very excited!) so it seemed like the perfect time to reflect on the late fall, low key weekend in Asheville we enjoyed in November at Engadine Inn and Cabins.
I fell in love with Engadine Inn and Cabins last summer when we visited during the Western North Carolina Farm Tour. Yes, I use the word love, and all the sweeping, big sentiments and implications that come with it, not because AJ, Bodie and I were generously offered to spend the weekend in Asheville at Engadine for no cost to us, but because love is the right word and Engadine earned and is totally worthy of my love.
As a part of our tour, we came to Engadine for dinner on our last night, and I was enamored the second we started up the sloping driveway to the stately house. Dinner was delicious (no surprise), but the true stunner was saved for dessert, where we took the path from the inn up to Honey Hill, the property’s western facing overlook. Holy crap, it was so freaking breathtaking.