Near Asheville & Maggie Valley The award-winning Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast offers Western North Carolina lodging accommodations less than one mile from the picturesque Main Street center of Waynesville, NC, and minutes from Maggie Valley, Cherokee and Asheville. Guests enjoy walking to town for shopping, dining, and the many Waynesville, NC attractions. The scenery is breathtaking with easy access to visit the Smoky Mountain National Park , Blue Ridge Parkway, Pisgah National Forest, The Biltmore Estate, Chimney Rock Park, Cherokee, and other local attractions. Encounter the natural beauty of the Smoky Mountains with any activity you choose.
Later imagine yourself relaxing in our 1,000-square-foot Garden Room at our Waynesville bed and breakfast surrounded by the great Smoky Mountains, Pisgah National Forest, and Balsam Mountain Range. There are luxurious sofas, overstuffed chairs, books, games and a huge gas log fireplace with magnificent views waiting for you. Discover a special relaxing time away with us.
So Many Things to Do in Western North Carolina
Allow us to help plan your Smoky Mountain Vacation with the many fabulous, fun attractions and activities in Western North Carolina plus our complimentary mountain views.
During your stay at Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast, you’ll have an opportunity to experience many of the wonderful things to do while surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway. Waynesville has a wealth of attractions, fun activities, and year-round outdoor adventures for everyone. your most difficult decision during your stay may be what to do next!
Surrounded By Nature
- Birding Trails In the Mountains - Great bird watching sites in the mountains.
- Blue Ridge Parkway - One of the most scenic roads in America, the Blue Ridge Parkway (part of the U.S. National Park Service) only 10 minutes from our bed and breakfast, offers plenty of spots for roadside picnics, breathtaking vistas, easy to difficult hiking, and a reprieve from commercialism. The 469-mile recreational motor road connects Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. View Video
- Cradle of Forestry- Spanning over 100 years of forest conservation history, the Cradle of Forestry offers a snap shot of life at America’s first school of Forestry along the Biltmore Campus Trail.
- Elk Viewing At Cataloochee - For a romantic evening watching elk graze a short distance away, drive to the Cataloochee Valley section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park which is only 25 miles from our bed and breakfast. There are hiking trails, old historic buildings and of course the wildlife, elk, wild turkey, deer and bear. The best time to view the elk is either early morning or late afternoon. We recommend the excellent Cataloochee Valley Tours for an informative fully guided experience. The park also provides a self auto tour to guide you through the valley. View Video
- North Carolina Arboretum - It's a 434-acre public garden in the Pisgah National Forest, located at the entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway on Highway 191. The entry fee is only $8 which is a steal! Surrounded by the dense folds of the botanically diverse Southern Appalachian Mountains, the Arboretum is nestled in one of the most beautiful natural garden settings in America.
- North Carolina Waterfalls - Waterfalls and many cascades are located in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Nantahala National Forest, around the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Pisgah National Forest and the Appalachian mountains of Western North Carolina, including the 411 feet Whitewater Falls which is the tallest series of falls east of the Mississippi. View Video
- Pisgah National Forest - This magnificent forest has 501,691 acres and stretches across the eastern edge of Western North Carolina's mountains. The Forest offers hiking trails, fishing, camping, picnic sites, and spectacular waterfalls. View Video
- Smoky Mountain National Park - Great Smoky Mountains National Park is literally only 20 minutes away and is the most visited national park with 10 million visitors each year. In addition to its role in preserving the rich natural and historical heritage, the Park is a place for outdoor recreational pursuits. These range from a short stroll in the woods to a more extensive hike in the back country. Camping, fishing, picnicking, nature viewing and horseback riding, or just viewing magnificent scenery and taking advantage of photographic opportunities are favorite past times. View Video
Outdoor Sports and Activities
- Challenging Golf Courses - Our bed and breakfast is surrounded by beautifully maintained golf courses. The views are magnificent and the level of play is from beginner to pro. All these courses are within a 5 - 30 minute drive from us.
- Climbmax Rock Climbing - With varied terrain, and stellar rock formations, Western North Carolina is a great place to take those first vertical steps, or expand upon your already developing skill set.
- Disc Golf - Waynesville has a great disc golf course at the Recreation Center.
- Hiking/Mountain Biking - The hiking trails in our area are plentiful. Whether you want to hike in the Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Parkway or Pisgah National Forest we have the books, guides and maps to help plan out your day. Our huge breakfast in the morning will keep you energized throughout.
- Horseback Riding - Nothing like taking a horseback ride through the mountains. Cataloochee Ranch in Maggie Valley April - November
- Hot Air Ballooning - Experience beauty and adventure from above. View Video
- Ski Slopes in Western NC- Discover all the ski resorts, snow tubing and snow boarding you can do in the Western North Carolina mountains. All within 1 1/2 hours of Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast with fireplaces, mulled wine, hot chocolate and more just for you.
- Up-Close Outfitters - Up-Close Outfitters offers local fishing trips to Lake Fontana and fly fishing trips to the numerous streams throughout western NC. Up-Close Outfitters is committed to providing you with that ultimate guided fishing and hunting experience you have been looking for. View Video
- Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking - Nantahala Outdoor Center - Named "One of the Best Outfitters on Earth" by National Geographic Adventure, NOC rafts four rivers near Waynesville. View Video or French Broad Rafting Expeditions - Enjoy whitewater rafting trips or calm water float trips on the French Broad River. It is the world's third oldest river, offers splashy rapids and expansive vistas from inside Pisgah National Forest.
- Zip Line Canopy Tours - Navitat Canopy Adventures takes guests on a thrilling and educational adventure high in the trees of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The canopy tour course is entirely tree-based. No experience necessary. You are provided with everything necessary to enjoy any of the 10 ziplines.
Western North Carolina Attractions
- Biltmore Estate - George Vanderbilt's 250-room estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, NC. Only 30 minutes from our bed and breakfast. View Video
- Cherokee Indian Reservation The Cherokees believe that they have always lived in Western North Carolina. There are many things to do in Cherokee – attend the outdoor Mountainside Theater for a performance of “Unto These Hills…a retelling” with the whole family, visit the Museum with its new expanded research and education wing, plus experiencing all the rich history they offer.
- Explore Asheville- Asheville is only 30 minutes away. This eclectic city is known as "Berkeley" of the south. It's a fun city to visit with great food, art, culture and music.
- Folkmoot USA- A two-week international celebration of the world's cultural heritage through folk music and dance. There are at least 10 nations being represented. Opening and closing day is in Waynesville.
- Folk Art Center - The Folk Art Center is home to the Southern Highland Craft Guild. The center showcases the finest in traditional and contemporary crafts of the Southern Appalachians. Beginning in March each year, visitors can see live craft demonstrations daily in the Folk Art Center lobby. Located at Milepost 382 Blue Ridge Parkway. Great shopping!
- Harrahs Casino - Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel brings gaming to North Carolina's stunning Great Smoky Mountains. Only 40 minutes from Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast.
- Haywood Arts Regional Theatre - Founded in 1985, this volunteer-based community theater showcases the talents of the people of the region. HART’s main stage performances are in the James Auditorium, a 255-seat traditional proscenium space that operates April through November. In the winter, productions shift to the 75-seat Feichter Studio Theatre for a second season of more experimental work.
- Great Smoky Mountain Railroad - With 53 miles of track, 2 tunnels and 25 bridges, the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad offers a variety of excursions that explore the amazing landscape of Western North Carolina. With the romance and mystique of an era gone by, guests on-board the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad will enjoy scenic train journeys across fertile valleys and through river gorges in a spectacular region near The Great Smoky Mountains.
- Wheels Through Time Museum- The Wheels Through Time Museum is home to the world's premier collection of rare American Vintage Motorcycles. Located 10 minutes away, in beautiful Maggie Valley, NC, this All-American motorcycle museum houses over 300 of America's rarest and most historic classic motorcycles.
Dining at our Restaurants
From intimate fine dining experiences to local eateries, what defines Waynesville's restaurants is freshness and innovative preparations. Waynesville offers a fantastic selection of restaurants for lunch and dinner. In the summer, and during the fall leaf color season we recommend dinner reservations in advance especially on weekends and holidays; we are happy to arrange reservations for you. We also have menus for local restaurants at the inn for you to browse through during your stay ( * denotes Andon-Reid innkeepers' favorites)
- Angelo's Family Pizza & Pasta 166 Walnut Street (828) 452-1886
- *Birchwood Hall 111 N Main Street (828) 246-6111
- Blossom On main (Thai) 128 N Main Street (828) 454-5400
- Bocelli's Italian Eatery 319 N Haywood Street (828) 456-4900
- Bogart's Restaurant 303 S Main Street (828) 452-1313
- *Boojum Brewing
Taproom50 N Main Street (828) 246-0350
- *Bourbon Barrel Beef & Ale 454 Hazelwood Avenue (828) 452-9191
- *Chef's Table 30 Church Street (828) 452-6210
- *The Classic Wine Seller 20 Church Street (828) 452-6000
- Fat Buddies BBQ 193 Waynesville Plaza (828) 456-6368
- *Frankie's Italian Trattoria 1037 Soco Road, Maggie Valley (828) 926-6216
- *Frogs Leap Public House 44 Church Street (828) 456-1930
- Frog Level Brewing Company (Microbrew Only) 56 Commerce Street (828) 454-5664
- *Haywood Smokehouse 79 Elysinia Avenue (828) 456-7275
- J. Arthurs 2843 Soco Road, Maggie Valley (828) 926-1817
- Los Amigos 366 Russ Avenue (828) 456-4234
- *Maggie's Galley 1374 Sulphur Springs Road (828) 456-8945
- Panacea Coffeehouse, Café & Roastery 66 Commerce Street, Frog Level (828) 452-6200
- The Patio Bistro 26 Church Street (828) 454-0070
- Smoky Mountain Sub Shop 29 Miller Street (828) 456-3400
- *The Sweet Onion 39 Miller Street (828) 456-5559
- Waynesville Pizza Company 32 Felmet Street (828) 246-0927
Shopping in Waynesville and the surrounding area.
Antiques, art galleries, general store, quilt stores, chocolate store, art studios are just a few of the quaint shops you will find in Waynesville. We are fortunate enough to have a number of artists that live in the area and sell their paintings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry, photographs and more in the local stores. Walk our beautiful tree lined Main Street and take time to stroll around the shops.
Antiques, Consignment & Thrift Stores
- A Cat In The Attic 163 Wall Street (828) 356-6369
- Antique Antic 1497 S Main Street (828) 452-6225
- Balsam Antique Mall 25 Muse Business Park (828) 452-7070
- Big Red Barn Trading Post 79 Branner Avenue (828) 246-0567
- Delray's Resale 847 N Main Street (828) 452-7100
- Haywood Christian Ministries 150 Branner Avenue (828) 452-2909
- Haywood Habitat for Humanity 95 Montgomery Street (828) 246-9135
- Moose Crossing Burlwood Gallery 101 N Main Street (828) 452-2550
- Peddlers Square Antique Flea Market Great Smoky Mountain Expressway (828) 734-7559
- Pocketsaver Consignment & Resale 1507 N Main Street (828) 452-5250
- Salvation Army Thrift Store 330 Pigeon Street (828) 452-9728
- Scallywag's Consignment Furniture 171 Muse Business Park (828) 454-1960
- Second Blessing Thrift Shop 32 Commerce Street (828) 456-9069
- Spenceberry Antiques 184 N Main Street (828) 646-1403
- Sutton & Sons 3156 Dellwood Road (828) 593-9386
- Within Reach Resale Shop 456 Hazelwood Avenue (828) 454-5998
Art, Galleries & Framing
- Blue Owl Studio & Gallery 11 N Main Street (828) 456-9596
- Burr Studio & Gallery 136 N Main Street (828) 456-7400
- Cedar Hill Studio 196 N Main Street (828) 421-6688
- Earthworks Galleries 21 N Main Street (828) 452-9500 Frame Shop - (828) 456-3666
- Gallery 86 Haywood County Arts Council 86 N Main Street (828) 452-0593
- Ridge Runner Naturals 33 N Main Street (828) 456-3003
- T. Pennington Art Gallery 15 N Main Street (828) 452-9284
- Twigs & Leaves Gallery 98 N Main Street (828) 456-1940
- Village Framer 56 N Main Street (828) 452-0823
Books, Cards, and Stationery
Clothing, Shoes & Accessories
Furniture & Accessories
- Badcock Home Furniture & More 356 N Main Street (828) 452-1522
- Elegant Interiors 39 N Main Street 452-3509
- High Country West 112 N Main Street (828) 454-0846
- Massie Furniture 45 N Main Street (828) 456-3311
- Olde Brick House 66 N Main Street (828) 452-4880
- Spenceberry Antiques 184 N Main Street (828) 646-1403
Gifts & Specialty
- Affairs of the Heart 120 N Main Street (828) 452-0526
- Home-Tech "The Kitchen Shop" 5 N Main Street (828) 452-7672
- Main Street Mercantile 101 S Main Street (828) 246-6176
- Mast General Store 63 N Main Street (828) 452-2101
- Mountain Favors 113 N Main Street (828) 734-4281
- Mountain Home Collection 110 Miller Street (828) 456-5441
- Mountain Quilts 36 N Main Street (828) 273-5680
- Olde Brick House 66 N Main Street (828) 452-4880
- Pleasant Places 36 N Main Street (828) 456-4974
- Smoky Mountain Dog Bakery 102 N Main Street (828) 246-9600
- Twigs & Leaves Gallery 98 N. Main St (828) 456-1940
Gourmet, Candy & Ice Cream
Health and Wellness
- Biltmore Winery - The most visited winery in the United States isn't located in Napa Valley. It's at Biltmore in the mountains of North Carolina, where approximately 1 million visitors stop by to sample award-winning estate wines each year.
- Fontaine Vineyards - Owned and operated by former restaurateurs Jackie and Michel previously owner/operator of 4 Star Rated French Restaurant & Bakery in Paris (France), Florida and Asheville, Western North Carolina. Fontaine Vineyards was created in 2006, with the help of several fiends and family members. Fontaine Vineyards has 9 varieties of grapes planted: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris , Grenache and Chasselat.
- Addison Farms Vineyards - Addison Farms is a family owned and operated vineyard, winery, and tasting room. We are located in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, 17 miles northwest of Asheville, NC. Our elevation allows for nearly 360° of mountain views.
Current varieties include: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Petit Verdot, and Petit Manseng.
- Burntshirt Vineyards - Come enjoy our award-winning wines at our Tasting Room located in the Blue Ridge Mountain community of Hendersonville, NC. Let our expert Tasting Room Associates guide you through a tasting and tour that will educate and entertain you and your guests in our renovated farmhouse with a spectacular view of our Sugarloaf Vineyard. After your tasting, enjoy your favorite wine by the glass or by the bottle on our veranda overlooking our vineyards. Stroll along our walking trails and discover lush gardens and savor picnics surrounded by an apple orchard and vineyard.
- Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards - We are the first commercial vineyard in Henderson County. We are a family owned winery, located on acreage that has been in the family and farmed for more than nine generations. Our tasting room includes both indoor and outdoor seating with spectacular views of our vineyards. Saint Paul wines are made from 14 varieties of grapes grown in two locations at elevations of 2,300 and 3,000 feet, the highest in Henderson County and some of the highest in the state. Saint Paul wines are produced and crafted by our full-time winemaker, a graduate of California Polytechnic University with more than 14 years of experience in producing wine in Sonoma, California before joining us in North Carolina. We offer a wide variety of venues, indoor and outdoor, for your wedding or special event. Our tasting room is open year round. We look forward to you visiting us and allowing us to share our passion with you.