|Property type||bed & breakfast|
|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
The Belle of Hot Springs is a lovely Georgian Colonial home built in 1924 that is located in the Town of Hot Springs right on the Appalachian Trail. This home was built as part of the Dorland Bell School for Girls and is part of the rich history of Hot Springs. You can walk to everything in town!
The Belle has 3 bedrooms for nightly accommodations, please email me your desired dates and room preference (see below) and I will promptly let you know our availability.
The Honeybee Suite can sleep 3 with 1 Queen Bed & 1 Twin Bed, nice seating area and it shares a large hall bathroom with the Monarch Room. $110/night
The Monarch Room sleeps 2 with a California King Bed and a large sitting area.
The Hummingbird Room sleeps 2 with 1 Queen Bed and a private bathroom.
*Please ask about the rates during festivals & events.
Hot Springs was voted 'Best Small Mountain Town' by Blue Ridge Publications in 2012 so come see why. Hot Springs is a mecca for outdoor recreation as well as romantic activities & awesome festivals. Enjoy rafting, kayaking, tubing the French Broad River, fishing the famous stocked Laurel River, hike on breathtaking trails, go horseback riding, zip lining, then head to the Hot Springs Resort & Spa for a soak & massage. If you want big city fun there is always Asheville which is an easy 45 minute drive full of amazing things to do, world famous craft breweries to visit and some amazing restaurants to dine at.
Enjoy walking to restaurants, shopping, the spa and the French Broad River.
We stayed on NYE and absolutely loved our time here- the B&B was wonderful- walking distance to the AT, hot springs spa, and the few little restaurants/bars in town. Hosts were nice and all the little details in the house were charming. Perfect way to start the new year, want to visit again soon!
Hot Springs is a quaint little town on the Appalachian Trail. It is nestled in a beautiful area of the Cherokee National Forest. The area definitely caters to hikers which is really a plus for any visitor as there are several eateries. We tried out the Smoky Mountain Diner which seemed more like where the locals eat. It was great for breakfast.
The Historic Bed & Breakfast was a great place to stay! Close enough to walk anyway in town and it is a well maintained historical home. Our bedroom included a king size tempurpedic mattress which was wonderful! Our hostess Rachel was delightful. She prepared a plentiful breakfast of boiled eggs and muffins with yogurt, fruit and granola. As we are early risers and had gone down the street for coffee and breakfast....and coffee, she helped me pack the meal up and we enjoyed a picnic after a hike on our way home.
Loved the area and will enjoy returning!
The Belle is just off the main street of Hot Springs and plenty close enough to walk to the few shops and restaurants in town. This is a rather no frills B&B compared to others I have stayed. However the hostess, Rachel, was genuinely welcoming and informative. My room was clean and comfortable and the shared bathroom with another room was huge. I knew going in that we would be sharing, so it was no big deal. Breakfast was continental with homemade granola, yogurt, grapes and blueberry muffins. Really, no complaints - I will stay here again when I'm in Hot Springs.
We love Hot springs NC & had never stayed at The Bell but really enjoulyee the accommodations Right off the main road in town so nice to walk everywhere Pretty old house and the Inn keeper very nice I would recomnend it highly
This majestic old house sits on a high corner lot in the picturesque town of Hot Springs. The entire building is spotlessly clean, charmingly furnished and totally comfortable. Breakfast was plentiful and tasty, and prepared in time to meet our early schedule. The hostesses are delightful and know the area quite well. They made us feel really welcome and comfortable.
In Hot Springs we've had several good meals at the Iron Horse Station, usually followed by a quiet after-dinner walk on the quiet streets around the edges of Hot Springs. During the day we like to go over to Marshall to check out the art shows on the islands and the small stores on the main street.
We had a great time visiting Hot Springs and staying at the Belle. The inn was very nice and well-maintained. The owner was great and helped us find dinner when we got in. She also helped us find a hike to take the next morning as we chatted over a lovely organic breakfast.
Also check out Hot Springs Tourism's Website
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Wild Goose Festival
Jul 13 2017 - Jul 15 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
|Pet Fee||$35 + Tax|
|Cleaning Fee||$10 + Tax|
There are three rooms at The Belle so if this availability calendar shows booked, contact us anyway as we may have a room.
My standard rate with Home Away for the Monarch Room & Honeybee Suite is $110/night and Hummingbird Room is $130/night as it has a private bathroom. Monarch and Honeybee Suite share a large hall bath that is in between each room.