1898 Waverly Inn in Historic Downtown Hendersonville

Relax and feel at home on one of our two shaded porches with rocking chairs, comfortable sitting rooms and the dining room.  Browse our library with books, games, DVDs and puzzles.  Unwind over a puzzle, read a book or take a movie back to your room. John, Diane, Darla, Debbie and Sandra will make sure you feel right at home.

We have Fifteen Unique Historic Rooms. Every room is Ensuite with Private Bath. We have every modern convenience to make sure you are comfortable while you relax in our rich historical ambiance.

  • Free high-speed Wireless Internet
  • Paved Off Street Parking
  • Friendly Accommodating Staff
  • Concierge Services and Itineraries
  • Dedicated Spa Services Room with up to date tables and amenities
  • Long Rocking Chair Porches on 1st and 2nd Floor
  • Full Farm To Table Breakfast with choices, choices and more choices
  • Keurig – We have coffee choices or you can bring your own favorite flavor
  • Lots of Movies on DVD to watch
  • We are Green, eco-friendly.

1898 Waverly Inn is the oldest surviving inn in Hendersonville.Experience the Hospitality of the Past

1898 Waverly Inn is the oldest surviving inn in Hendersonville. Built at one end of Hendersonville’s wide tree-lined streets when guests walked on boardwalks and oil lamps were at the street corners. We have been making guests feel comfortable since they arrived by train or stagecoach.

But we have been quick to embrace modern conveniences! We’ve had electricity available since 1903 and telephone since 1904! Enjoy the ambiance of the 1800's with today's comfort and convenience.

Our guests come back year after year.

Please call 800-537-8195 or 828-693-9193 to reserve your room.

The wide front porch has plenty of comfortable rockers, tables and chairs.

Full Farm-to-Table Breakfast is cooked to order every morning and served in our cheerful dining room.

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Downstairs library has books, games, DVDs and puzzles. 

Find more upstairs.

The original Eastlake staircase.

Turned spindles combined with the geometrical features of Charles Eastlake's furniture

The second floor rooms and porch open to this large room

Upstairs porch

Front sign

Back sign