Dry Ridge Inn Bed & Breakfast
a city and experience that will steal your heart…
First time in a bed and breakfast?
First time visiting the Asheville area? You’re in luck either way. The bed and breakfast experience at the Dry Ridge Inn is far richer than staying in a motel by the highway. You’ll be greeted by your hosts, innkeepers Howard and Kristen Dusenbery, who will help you settle in your room. Click here for Inn Rooms and Booking
5 Reasons to choose the Dry Ridge Inn B & B
Safe, secure, quiet residential location in Weaverville, North Carolina. Short walk to restaurants and shopping on our Main Street. 10 Minutes to everything Asheville, Blue Ridge Parkway, Biltmore.
We are not for sale. 17 years under same ownership. 31 years in operation.
Your innkeeper/owners are your hosts. We are here to give you personal service. You will deal with Howard and Kristen not hired staff.
Affordable B &B experience. All the same amenties and quality found in an Asheville B&B but at a lower cost. Rooms start at $125.
100% guarantee. If there is any problem with your stay we will make it right. If you are still not satisfied, and can tell us in person that your stay with us was not to your expectations, we will refund your money. No other B&B will make this statement.
Dry Ridge Inn Bed and Breakfast – Where Quality and Value Converge
Built in 1849 and continually updated, the Dry Ridge Inn has eight beautiful guest rooms, each with gas fireplace, free WiFi and a private bathroom designed with your comfort in mind. A luxurious living room with complementary beverages, and the enticing gardens will tempt you to stay in for the day. Business travelers will appreciate the business center on the second floor.
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