Often described as a “thin place,” Montreat offers a peaceful and beautiful setting for guests to commune with their Creator and rest their souls. Your visit to Montreat can provide time and space for prayer, study, and Sabbath rest, while also providing opportunities outside the gate to take part in all that Western North Carolina has to offer.
Assembly Inn’s one-bedroom guest rooms have either one king bed, one queen bed, or two twin beds with a private bath. Some one-bedrooms can accommodate a complimentary air mattress (linens provided) for a third occupant. The two-bedroom one-bath suites have one queen bed on one side and two twin beds on the other with a shared bath between rooms. In addition, we offer a limited number of two-bedroom two-bath suites. Cribs are complimentary. No pets allowed. Standard guest rooms do not have TV’s, phones, refrigerators, or microwaves. Check-in after 3:00 PM. Check-out by 11:00 AM.
Assembly Inn Room Rates
$125/room a night, plus $1 community service fee per person per night.
You must book for a minimum of two nights to receive this special rate. Meals are not included nor available to sabbath guests.
Cancellation Policy: A seven (7) day cancellation notice is required for a full refund. If cancellation notice is at least (three) 3 days prior to your arrival date, you will be charged for one night’s stay. If cancellation is less than (three) 3 days, there will be no refund.
The Huckleberry Café is open Tuesday-Thursday, 8am-3pm, and Friday-Saturday, 8am-6pm. Plus, there are plenty of dining options in Black Mountain. See the Assembly Inn Front Desk for a list of restaurants.
What to Bring:
- Toiletries and personal care items, including a hair dryer, soap and shampoo
- Reusable water bottle
- Study shoes for exploring campus and hiking trails
- A good book for reading in a rocking chair
- Coffee mug for a discount at the Huckleberry Café
- Bible or daily devotional for renewal
Montreat Conference Center continues to follow the COVID-19 guidelines and guidance set forth by our state and county. We ask staff and guests to stay home if you are ill or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. Masks are not required for staff or guests, but are welcome if individuals choose to wear one.