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Diamond Spotlight: Albemarle Inn

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Located in the quaint residential Grove Park District of Asheville, the Albemarle Inn is a beautifully restored 1909 Greek Revival mansion that offers guests a peaceful and luxurious retreat.  

Each of the Inn’s eleven rooms is elegant and unique in decor, with comfortable canopy, sleigh and brass beds adorned in fine linen. A sweeping grand staircase with intricate woodwork leads to the upper floor guestrooms. 

Guests can savor a gourmet breakfast from Rosemary’s Kitchen at a private table or on the sun porch overlooking the Inn’s lush grounds. In the evening, visitors watch the sun set over the mountains while enjoying refreshments. 

The gardens take center stage at Albemarle Inn, with ever-changing color and blooms for almost eight months of the year. It’s a popular venue for weddings. From quiet elopements to celebrations with family and friends, the inn is an ideal backdrop for your special day.  

Although conveniently situated near the heart of downtown and limitless activities, Albemarle Inn provides guests a relaxing and tranquil getaway. 

BOOK IT! Call 800-374-2865 and reserve your stay at Albemarle Inn or book online! 

(Go Magazine May/June 2020)

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