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Princess Anne, Free Breakfast & Happy Hour

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This historic, renovated inn is located in a residential neighborhood, a short walk from downtown. Why stay at a house when you can have the feel of your own home with all the convinces of a hotel staff. Your Superior Suite features a micro-kitchen/living room and separate bedroom with queen-bed. Rate includes wine, hors d'oeuvres, and breakfast.

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The Princess Anne Hotel was originally built in 1924, and although her history is varied, she was renovated and her name returned in 2005. Now combining that classic charm often found in local bed and breakfasts with the privacy modern day travelers prefer, she provides a truly unique experience for visitors to Asheville. Turning 40 individual rooms into 14 spacious suites and 2 large guest rooms, was a labor-of-love. Each uniquely decorated to reflect a classic yet modern feel. Let our friendly staff cater to your needs and discover what true Southern hospitality is!

Accès des voyageurs
A full gourmet-breakfast prepared to order and served in the dining room at the table of your choice.
Mimosas and Bloody Mary's available with breakfast.
Afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres served daily.
Fresh, locally roasted coffee and organic teas available all day.
Local newspapers.
Free local phone calls.
Princess Anne Hotel postcards.
Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
Business Center located in Library.
Coined laundry facility with iron and ironing board.
Concierge service.
Off-street parking.

Autres remarques
The three-story, shingle-style Princess Anne Hotel first opened its doors in 1924 during the economic boom period for Asheville. Built by registered nurse Anne O’Connell and financed by Doctor Karl Von Ruck, the Hotel promised “Comfort First.” Listed on the US Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places, the Princess Anne Hotel continues to deliver an exceptional experience to guests.
At the time, Asheville was known nationally for having the best in tuberculosis treatment and was home to Dr. Von Ruck, a world-renowned tuberculosis specialist. Doctors from around the country, including Von Ruck, recommended the Western North Carolina Mountains for its fresh air healing power. The Princess Anne provided a respite for the families of tuberculosis patients being treated at O’Connell’s nearby sanatorium located on Baird Street and, as a result, found success early in its history. O’Connell was dubbed “Princess” by her patients due to her flowing red hair, pretty face, and charismatic nature, and so the hotel was named “Princess Anne.” She ran the Hotel for several years before selling it in 1929.
The Princess Anne remained a hotel for a number of years after the sale, being bought and sold several times. This was common for at the time as the Great Depression had stretched its fingers over the city of Asheville and caused rough times for everyone. In fact, during the 1930s Asheville retained the highest per-capita debt of any city in the country ($54 million). The Princess Anne stayed in business, though, and found a diverse collection of owners. One interesting owner of note was the father of Johnny Mercer (writer of the classic melody “Moon River”).

In addition to hotel owners, the Princess Anne changed those whom it accommodated as well. In 1945, the Hotel briefly became an annex of The Appalachian Hall Psychiatric Hospital, and in 1947 became a hotel again. From 1957 until 1995, the Hotel functioned as a boarding house specializing in retirement accommodations promising “Gracious Living for Senior Citizens.” During that time, it was home to voter educator and women’s equality activist Florence Ryan. Sold again in 1995, the hotel passed into the hands of the Maharishi Ayurveda University of North Carolina whose founders were once the spiritual leaders of the Beatles .
Then award-winning preservationist Howard Stafford, bought The Princess Anne Hotel in 2003 and spent two-years renovating and returning her to her former glory. For outstanding contribution to historic preservation, the Hotel was awarded the 2006 Griffin Award by the Preservation Society. Now a 16 suite, residential-style hotel, The Princess Anne Hotel promises “original ambiance and charm with modern amenities to help create a memorable stay,” and is, and always will be, uniquely Asheville.
The new owners in 2017 have taken the amazing Princess Anne Hotel one step further with updating the interior decorating.
This historic, renovated inn is located in a residential neighborhood, a short walk from downtown. Why stay at a house when you can have the feel of your own home with all the convinces of a hotel staff. Your Superior Suite features a micro-kitchen/living room and separate bedroom with queen-bed. Rate includes wine, hors d'oeuvres, and breakfast.

Le logement
The Princess Anne Hotel was original…

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301 East Chestnut Street, Asheville, NC 28801, USA

Asheville, Caroline du Nord, États-Unis

Just down the street you will find a local bakery, local butcher shop, local wine store, and a Starbucks Coffee. Our favorite is the King James Public House, a gastro-pub with an outstanding drink selection and locally sourced fare.

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The front desk staff are available from 7:30am-9pm daily, and the night manager is available after-hours by phone. We are always glad to assist you with recommendations and directions.
  • Langue: English
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Arrivée : 15:00 - 21:00
Départ : 11:00
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