Welcome to Inn on Mill Creek

“Keep close to nature’s heart…and break clear away, once in a while and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods…” John Muir


We are open! The Inn on Mill Creek Bed & Breakfast reopened on Friday, May 22, 2020, in conjunction with North Carolina’s phased reopening of the state. We currently have temporary measures in place, such as reduced occupancy, a self check-in option during normal check-in times and other procedures to make social distancing easy. Of course, our location two miles inside Pisgah National Forest, our small size and large property, and the way guest rooms and our dining space are configured at our Bed & Breakfast are already well suited to give you plenty of elbow room. And as a licensed hospitality business that is regularly inspected by our health department and a member of our state and national Bed & Breakfast associations, you can be assured that we will continue to have high standards of cleanliness.

Read more about our reopening plans here

Stay well and we hope to see you soon. – Dave and Brigette Walters, Inn on Mill Creek Bed & Breakfast


Discover a wonderful day (or several) in gorgeous western North Carolina during your stay at the Inn on Mill Creek, our bed and breakfast near Black Mountain and Asheville. You’ll find plenty of time and space for relaxing at our B&B, surrounded by Pisgah National Forest. And you’ll be able to get a great start to the day with our breakfasts that are made from scratch using fresh ingredients.

If you’re looking for lodging near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Biltmore Estate, or the Lake Lure/Chimney Rock State Park area, the Inn on Mill Creek is centrally located between the three. Day trips to Biltmore and Asheville, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mount Mitchell (the highest peak in the eastern United States), Linville Falls, Grandfather Mountain, the NC Arboretum, and Chimney Rock State Park are easy using the inn as your home base during your North Carolina mountain getaway.

The eclectic small city of Asheville, also known as Foodtopia and named one of the best small cities for art, is 20-25 minutes west. The town of Black Mountain, with its walkable downtown, charming shops and local farm-friendly restaurants, is just 10 minutes to the west, while historic Old Fort is 15 minutes east of the inn.

Our area of Western North Carolina attracts the nature lover, the romantic, the history buff, and those who like to take the scenic route to a relaxing and rejuvenating destination. With casual and comfortable guest rooms, more than seven acres of elbow room, and two rhododendron-filled miles of protected forest land between our B&B and the rest of the world, you have the easy task of taking your vacation at your own pace.