My Place Inn Black Mountain
Built in 1908 with timber harvested on the property, My Place Inn Black Mountain is an intimate mountain Bed and Breakfast steeped in history. Come stay with us and discover the wonders of nature and the hidden beauty of Black Mountain.
Your getaway in the spectacular Blue Ridge Mountains is accompanied with service befitting the area ─ breathtaking. Close to everything, the options for your vacation are endless. You can take a quick ride to our charming downtown Black Mountain, pop up the road to explore the natural wonders and hiking trails of Montreat, or drive in to Asheville to tour the Biltmore or check out the River Arts District.
My Place Inn is a perfect place to stay for a family vacation, conference, or a long mountain escape! Filled with charm and attention to detail, we'll make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. Relax on our screened porch, warm up by a fire in the sun room, or escape to your comfortable and private room - at My Place Inn, our motto is 'My place is your place'!
Whether you’re planning your first visit to Black Mountain or you're a regular visitor, join us at My Place Inn. Let's make your Black Mountain visit one you’ll always remember.
1120 Montreat - Steeped in History
The house was built as a personal residence by Dr. Clyde Ellsworth Cotton. Dr. Cotton, who grew up near the Ohio border in Warren, Pa., came to Black Mountain in 1901. At Meriwether Hospital, Cotton became the hospital’s specialist in tubercular diseases. Beyond his work in the medical field, Dr. Cotton was an important figure in Black Mountain’s early business community. He was one of the owners of the Black Mountain Lumber Company (there was a sawmill on the property for more than 90 years) and was the Vice President of Commonwealth Bank.
After Dr. Cotton and his family moved out, the home went through some tough times. Rumor has it that during the 1980s, the property was run-down and local children thought it was a haunted house due to its dilapidated condition. This all changed around 1998 when Ms. Redmond purchased the house with the intention of operating it as a bed and breakfast. Ms. Redmond put in extensive work to help make the house what it is today. She undertook an entire renovation, restoring the house and converting it into a Bed and Breakfast.
Ms. Redmond sold the house to the Yeatman family in 2004. The Yeatmans continued operating the bed and breakfast, and continued to breathe new life into the property with renovations.
In 2016, the Cappelli family took over the house and look forward to running the bed and breakfast for years to come.