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The Real Reason You Should Come to Echo Mountain Inn

Besides the obvious list of things to do in Hendersonville area — hiking, biking, shopping, The Biltmore, museums, apple orchards, wineries, breweries, fly fishing, gazing at waterfalls, looking for white squirrels, horseback riding, swimming, boat/floating, and much more, I want to suggest one more reason why this is the place for you.

In addition to being the only B&B with elevation above town, we are located on 5 acres with lots of room to spread out. This brings you out of the hustle and bustle, and gives you space for some perspective (literally and figuratively). If you look for it, you should be able to hear the silence, see the color, feel the peace, and smell the freshness of nature.

Visiting here you can experience the four seasons, and enjoy the changing colors and opportunities with each moment in time. Past guests have said it best: they come for all the things to do, but find what they needed most wasn't even on the list — relaxation and true peace.

We can enjoy many activities, but we all need time to be restored and refreshed. Over the years, the inn has been a place to celebrate weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and each other. It's great to do all the activities available — I just want to encourage each and every guest to remember to stop and not just smell the roses, but truly enjoy them.

The peace and harmony that comes with the mountains is a special experience, and we don't want anyone to miss it. And when it's time to leave, we hope you can also say "It is well with my soul."  
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Bud and Jan Innkeepers
Meet the Author: Bud Bonnema

Bud is one of the current co-owners of the inn, along with his lovely wife Jan (pictured with him here) and his son and daughter-in-law, Travis and Becky. 

In addition to overseeing the business operations and keeping the inn in tip-top shape, Bud is also a major motorcycle enthusiast, lover of softball, and up-and-coming vlogging superstar. 

Bud has a deep desire for people to have the opportunity to unplug and recharge during their time here at the inn. Peace is here, and it's yours for the taking.