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Rick Wolf and Peter Scherman (that’s Rick on the left and Peter on the right) are both experienced speakers who have presented on a range of innkeeping related topics at the state, regional, and national level. They gather and analyze research for the Innkeeping industry and welcome the opportunity to share it with others. Contact Us

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Posts Tagged ‘Blue Ridge Mountains’

Carolina on Your Mind? North Carolina B&Bs for Sale

September 16th, 2016 by Janet Wolf

North Carolina B&Bs for sale

Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Western NC

North Carolina on your mind? The B&B Team represents a number of lovely North Carolina B&Bs for sale. In addition, there may be others we are aware of that are not listed so we urge you to get in touch with The B&B Team specialist in finding North Carolina B&Bs for sale that are just right for you.

Many folks say ‘there is no better living than southern living’. Some highlights as to why…

  • Blue Ridge Parkway, mountain drives on winding roads with ‘on top of the world’ scenery. “America’s Favorite Drive”.
  • Cherokees called it ‘land of blue mist’, the most visited national park in the US. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee.
North Carolina B&Bs for sale

301 Miles!

  • The 301 miles of coastline from the Outer Banks to the South Carolina border are dotted with small charming towns. Including Edenton, named one of “America’s Prettiest Towns.”
  • Just a fraction of great reasons for folks to find peaceful and charming southern living bed and breakfasts to check in and unplug!
  • Another draw is…buttered, fried and topped with gravy! North Carolina west-to-east road trips will take you to some great North Carolina drive-ins and road side barbeque (dives?) or the burgeoning up-scale food scenes in Asheville and Durham. It’s all yum.
North Carolina B&Bs for sale

North Carolina Breakfast

I like to quote travel writers. Here is a good one for you by  Emory Rakestraw.

After visiting North Carolina, most people want to pack up their life and move here forever. As a native all I have to say is…can you really blame them? From the beach to the mountains…we have it all. Of course, North Carolina has its cities…but for those who like to live a more intimate, slow, and down-home life there are also some beautiful small towns just for you.”

The B&B Team is there ‘just for you’ too. We would love to help you find your North Carolina bed and breakfast for sale. Mountains, barrier island beaches, city or small town. Find your home, find your future in North Carolina. Call us.

Thanks for Listening,

Janet Wolf

Hendersonville, North Carolina-Two Inns with True Southern Comfort

July 2nd, 2013 by Janet Wolf


Average temperature in the summer months is 73◦ and never gets below 30 ◦ in the winter. It is called ‘The City of Four Seasons’ for that very reason. There are seven historic districts and eight public parks. It is nestled between two extraordinary mountain ranges, Blue Ridge and the Great Smoky. And…The B&B Team is offering two lovely B&B’s for sale in the heart of town.

The Waverly Inn and the Claddagh Inn are located next to each other in the Main Street Historical District. Steps from downtown Hendersonville. The southern architectural charm and quiet comfort of these two inns is apparent with their verandas, rockers and shaded surroundings. Unlike other historic houses that have been converted to lodging, the Waverly and Claddagh have been welcoming guests through their doors for over one hundred years. Both have seen life as guest houses or boarding houses. If walls could talk!

The Waverly inn

The Waverly inn

Claddaugh Inn Veranda

Claddagh Inn

Hendersonville takes pride in their history and downtown restoration has been very active starting in the 1990’s. The streets are alive with color, music, food, homegrown locals and tourists all year round. Your senses are stimulated, always something to do and see.  Hendersonville and nearby Asheville are vibrant and happening towns. Both young people and retirees have populated the area and have contributed to the growth of businesses. An abundance of good restaurants, unique arts and crafts, both new and traditional. The area has a real cosmopolitan feel with true southern comfort.

The opportunity for prospective buyers who are thinking of purchasing a larger property is huge. Purchase both Inns and the room number adds up to 31, or purchase just one. A real opportunity for a strong business in a strong destination location and a great place to live.

Historic Downtown Hendersonville

Historic Downtown Hendersonville

In the latest edition of Blue Ridge Magazine Hendersonville was voted Silver for the Best Small Town (population less than 25,000) and Silver for Best Main Street and Platinum for Best Retirement Town. Way to go!

Great place to live and do business and the weather is fine, just checked it is 72° on this fine July day!

Thanks for Listening,

Janet Wolf