The Yellow House

The Yellow House

Located on a hilltop overlooking the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, this bed and breakfast in Waynesville, North Carolina has been an integral part of the landscape of their changing seasons for 120 years. Built as a summer residence in the late 1800s, its charm was shared with the privileged few. Today, The Yellow House Bed & Breakfast welcomes many to experience the beauty and splendor of this wonderful home.


The ten luxurious rooms and suites of The Yellow House offer a relaxing atmosphere that only comes with the special attention and amenities found in the warmth of a bed and breakfast. Perfectly situated on five rolling acres, this historic inn offers the peace and serenity of a quiet mountain setting, while providing easy access to the restaurants, art galleries, and shopping of the quaint town of Waynesville, N.C. Within a short drive, you will find the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Pisgah National Forest. Close by are the many attractions of Asheville, N.C., including Biltmore Estate and Thomas Wolfe Memorial, as well as the many festivals and events that take place throughout the year. You can also find gaming at Harrah's Casino in Cherokee, NC. Enjoy all the area has to offer or just step outside your door to enjoy the simple pleasures found on their beautiful grounds and throughout their lush gardens. There's something for everyone at The Yellow House.

The Yellow House
9 Oakview Drive, Waynesville
North Carolina (NC) 28786
Telephone: (828) 452-0991
Fax: (828) 452-1140
Toll Free: (800) 563-1236

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