62 Main Street Flats - Photo
62 N Main St
Come enjoy our 1902 renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bath Flats in the heart of town just steps to all downtown restaurants, coffee shops, galleries & unique shops. Information and booking information can be found on our VRBO page. VRBO #626038 Flat A, VRBO #628359 Flat B.
Andon-Reid Inn Bed & Breakfast - Photo
92 Daisy Ave
Award-winning casual comfort, friendly hospitality and mountain views just half a mile from downtown Waynesville.  Seven individually appointed rooms and suites, private baths, Jacuzzis, fireplaces, free Wi-Fi, large games room, wrap around porch.  Delicious complimentary breakfast and afternoon baked treats.
Best Western Smoky Mountain Inn - Photo
130 Shiloh Tr
Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, this is the accommodation of choice. Located in the picturesque setting of the Smoky Mountains, we are centrally located to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, Biltmore Estate, and Harrah’s Casino. Conveniently located only three miles from downtown Waynesville, we offer a quiet location, the best panoramic view of the mountains, complimentary continental breakfast, and wireless internet.
Boyd Mountain Log Cabins and Christmas Tree Farm - Photo
445 Boyd Farm Rd
Nestled in 130 acre cove overlooking the Smoky Mountains. Stocked fishing ponds, Choose N Cut Fraser Fir Christmas tree farm. Secluded peaceful country setting in charming 1-4 bedroom log cabins with wood burning fireplaces, full kitchens, WiFi. Hiking, fishing. Open every season.
Brookside Mountain Mist Inn - Photo
142 Country Club Dr
Our unique single-story, ranch-style bed and breakfast has all the amenities of a luxury accommodation with a blend of elegance and rustic charm. Enjoy a three-course, gourmet breakfast while taking in views of the Smoky Mountains from our back patio.
Oak Hill on Love Lane Bed & Breakfast - Photo
224 Love Ln
"The service and amenities of a fine hotel in the quiet comfort of B & B." Five finely appointed rooms featuring en-suite baths, fireplaces, 600 thread count sheets, daily maid and nightly turn-down service. Walking distance to historic downtown Waynesville.
Oak Park Inn - Photo
196 S. Main St
Oak Park Inn offers an opportunity to step back in time, where old-fashioned friendly service is our way of welcoming you to our mountain town. Located in beautiful downtown Waynesville, North Carolina, we are sure you will enjoy our convenient location to the shops, boutiques, restaurants, grills, pubs, library and churches, all within walking distance.
The Waynesville Inn Golf Resort & Spa - Photo
176 Country Club Dr
Just one mile from Downtown Waynesville and 5 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, The Waynesville Inn is the ideal home base for everything from shopping to hiking, skiing and viewing elk in the Smokies.
The Windover Inn Bed & Breakfast - Photo
40 Old Hickory St
Come relax on our beautiful wraparound porch, enjoy a dreamy night’s sleep on one of our comfy pillow top mattresses, and soak your cares away in one of our whirlpool tubs. Pamper yourself with casual elegance at reasonable prices.

The "Bed and Breakfast Capital of NC," this Smoky Mountain town is home to many great Waynesville Bed and Breakfast Inns. Finding yourself in picturesque Waynesville feels like waking up within a Norman Rockwell painting. And waking up to breakfast at a Waynesville Bed and Breakfast Inn is the dream of many guests who return year after year for October’s nationally-known juried Church Street Art & Craft Show, the Apple-Harvest Festival, the summer Folkmoot USA Festival, or for the annual Waynesville Bed and Breakfast inn tours. The historic town of Waynesville NC is home to numerous galleries, shops, and restaurants that join Waynesville's Bed and Breakfast Inns in welcoming visitors to events all year.

Waynesville's vibrant historic Main Street district reflects the city's thriving revitalization efforts. Visitors enjoy a warm sense of community all year round and the mild winters and lush summers add to their comfort. Four Friday Night Street Dances are scheduled each summer featuring mountain music and clogging, A Block Party is scheduled Saturday evenings on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend featuring several live bands and food on a closed Main Street. "ART After DARK" gallery and studio crawl takes place on the first Friday of each month, May thru November attracting many visitors who appreciate art, music and dance. Many other events take place throughout the year, Stars and Stripes Celebration, Memorial Day Parade and Christmas Parade along with other very special holiday happenings; please refer to our downtown event calendar.

Waynesville NC has been called the Gateway to the Smokies. This Blue Ridge Mountains area is rich with natural parks, hiking & biking trails, creeks, lakes and waterfalls, golf courses, and many well noted area attractions. The nearest entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway is just 8 minutes from town. Cold Mountain is within 15 minutes from downtown. Waynesville, just 25 miles southwest of Asheville NC, was founded in 1810 by Colonel Robert Love. Colonel Love granted the town its original acreage; Love Lane in the historic Love Lane neighborhood which stands watch over the town still bears his name. Location of the last shot fired in the Civil War, Waynesville is steeped in history and tradition.



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