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Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast +

92 Daisy Ave.

Waynesville, NC 28786

(828) 452-3089

Voted one of the top 25 B&Bs in the USA by TripAdvisor, and located just 10 minutes from Milepost 443, the Andon-Reid Inn – a Select Registry member and Diamond Collection Inn – is ideally located to enjoy the stunning scenery and attractions of the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Downtown Waynesville, with its quaint shops and many excellent dining options is only minutes away, while the Biltmore and Asheville are just a short 30 minute drive.

The seven spacious guestrooms and suites provide stunning and unique lodging. They are all distinct and special, featuring private bathrooms (most with spa tubs), working fireplaces, generous seating areas, Keuring coffee makers and refrigerators. There is complimentary wireless internet available everywhere throughout the inn.

At the Andon-Reid Inn the excellent full service breakfast is a special occasion. The meal begins with starters such as egg crepes and tomato relish, pear and peach mousse or pumpkin-pecan muffins. The starter is followed by both sweet and savory entrees including Bananas foster French toast, lemon ricotta pancakes, homemade biscuits and Nantahala sausage gravy or an individual goat cheese and asparagus frittata. Everything is made from scratch with the freshest ingredients for a delicious experience.

During your stay you can play pool, shuffleboard or work out on the fitness equipment in our large games room. You can relax outside taking in the stunning views on the wraparound porch or down on the patio by our cozy fire pit. Or you can just while away the time in our comfy and inviting guest lounge reading a good book, swapping tales of the day's adventures with other guests or helping to complete a communal jigsaw puzzle. We provide concierge services, guest printer and cable TV for your convenience.

Originally constructed in 1902, the Andon-Reid Inn is designated as a Waynesville historic property. This turn-of-the-century home reflects all the beauty, grace, and charm in the traditional style of architecture. Large windows, tall ceilings, extensive oak hardwood floors, and veranda porches that wrap around the house are but a few of the original attributes beckoning for you to enjoy our beautiful mountain views.

Casual comfort, relaxation and friendly hospitality are the hallmarks of the Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast in North Carolina. Innkeepers Andrea and George hope to make your stay a memorable one.

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