12 rooms., 2 suites, rstrnt., TV, PC, TC, CCThe Inn at Brevard was built in 1885 as the private home of Mrs. Woodbridge, a wealthy widow from Virginia. In her gracious home, Mrs. Woodbridge entertained the nobility of the Victorian era, including her personal friend Lady Astor. She later bequeathed the home to her only daughter, Rebecca who married William E. Breese, famed attorney and mayor of Brevard. In 1911, Mr. Breese hosted a reunion dinner for the troops who served under Stonewall Jackson. Around 1940 the home was sold and operated as the Col9onial Inn for many years. The Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places. We invite you to enjoy being "at Home" in the "Land of Waterfalls." Recapture the past while huxuriating in modern amenities. Gracious accommodations, superior service, and succulent food are plentiful in our beautiful Inn. To make your stay truly enjoyable, there are five non-smoking rooms in the main house; all with private baths and three with fireplaces. The house is furnished with antiques true to the period. Ten cabin style rooms with private showers are in the adjacent lodge. Full breakfast is included in tariff. Our dining rooms are open to the public for dinner Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Brunch.
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