Comfortable Bed and Breakfast Elegance in the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Saluda Western North Carolina
Relax and Explore
Sit a while on our veranda and garden terrace, or unwind by a cozy fire. Create mountain memories to last a lifetime. Decompress from ‘life in the fast lane’. . . you have found a place to relax and reconnect. More to explore
The entire experience of staying at this Vanderbilt era mansion (1895) is a feast for the senses: every antique appointed room plush and spotless and every breakfast an event! This is the best B&B experience you will ever have!
The Oaks Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to make mountain memories, for you and your guests.
- Wedding Showers
- Marriage Ceremonies
- Family Reunions
- Girlfriend Getaways
Saluda, North Carolina
Since the early 1800s, coastal resident traveled to the Blue Ridge Mountains to find respite from the oppressive heat and the threat of malaria.
Today, Saluda appears as it did when locomotives negotiated the “steepest standard-gauge railroad grade in the United States”. Main Street remains home to the public library, the police department, City Hall and the post office. Saluda exists like a movie set at 2,300 feet.
Discover Western North Carolina!
The Oaks Bed and Breakfast is an easy drive to all area attractions and historic sites: the Biltmore Estate, Asheville, The Blue Ridge Parkway, The Carl Sandburg House, The Flat Rock Playhouse, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure and the Pisgah National Forest, The DuPont State Forest, The Green River Gorge, hiking, biking, waterfalls, kayaking, winery and brewery tours and golf.
Beneath the shade of the old oak tree sits a friendly home, built during a time when ladies walked to Main Street with parasols in hand and gentlemen dressed for dinner. Guests are welcomed, with a cool drink, while their bags were carried to their accommodations....read more
We're up before dawn and already the house is filled with the inviting aroma of fresh brewed coffee and savory apple wood cured bacon. Much of our preparations is done the night before -- forming crusts into quiche, marinating thick slices of challah bread and...read more
Historic Saluda, North Carolina In the days before air conditioning and the interstate, folks traveled from the coast by rail to Saluda to find respite from the oppressive heat and the threat of malaria. At 2,200 feet above sea-level, Saluda lured guests to its Inns...read more