Description of Glamping Units
This rustic and romantic log cabin getaway in the hills of Asheville is great for a fun-filled weekend getaway with a significant other. It is equipped with everything a glamper would need for optimum comfort during their stay.
Able to sleep up to two guests, this cabin has one bedroom fitted with a large and comfortable queen-size bed and a gas log stove. There is one bathroom that includes a walk-in shower, sink, and toilet.
The kitchen includes everything that guest would need to make a delicious home cooked meal, such as a stove, oven, microwave, a small refrigerator, and a coffeemaker. Guests can enjoy cable television programming, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning throughout the log cabin.
Outside, guests can enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine at night on the front porch with traditional rocking chairs.
This cabin is not pet-friendly. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Gas fireplace
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Towels provided
Each historic accommodation is fitted with Wi-Fi and satellite programming. Air conditioning is also included for optimum comfort during the warmer nights. There is a coin laundromat on the property if guests need to wash clothes. Parking is also available on the premises.
- Deck or balcony
- Email/Fax service
- Patio furniture
- Picnic area
Location + Surroundings
This charming property is nestled in a natural setting only six miles from downtown Asheville. Even though the property itself lies just 10 minutes north of the Asheville city center off of Interstate 26, glampers will feel one with the rural landscape. The property is close to Lake Louise and Beaver Lake, and well as the Pisgah National Forest. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is located only an hour away by car, so it's perfect for a day trip! During the winter months, the nearby Wolf Laurel Ski Resort opens its doors for skiing and snowboarding. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Hot air balloon
- Water sports
- Winter sports
Asheville and the surrounding landscapes are home to many sights, parks, and activities to keep glampers occupied throughout their stay. From the rolling hills to the flowing rivers, there is something for everyone in western North Carolina.
The Blue Ridge Mountains and various valleys offer great terrains for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and riding ATVs. During the fall, the abundant foliage changes color and provides a great landscape for birdwatching and wildlife photography. A great way to see the area is by taking a hot air balloon ride, which rides are available throughout Asheville.
Taking day trips to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Chimney Rock Park, Linville Gorge, and Grandfather Mountain are made easy because of their close proximity to the property. At these locations, glampers can take tours, sightsee, or just explore on foot.
Local lakes like Lake Louise and Beaver Lake are excellent locations for kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, or just having a picnic on the shores. During the winter months, glampers can bring their favorite skis and spend the day on the slopes of the Wolf Laurel Ski Resort. The historic hot springs are located just a short drive north of the property, so guests can relax while learning about the local history.
If glampers wish to venture into the city of Asheville, they can experience the local gastronomy by visiting the many gourmet restaurants and breweries. Asheville is also known for its eclectic music scene and vibrant nightlife. The city is also home to many museums and historical monuments, so glampers can take a guided tour to learn about Asheville and the local culture. The Biltmore Estate, which is an extravagant chateau-like home, is open for tours of the inside as well as the beautiful gardens.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
There are multiple accommodations at this site, all are pet-friendly expect for one. Please confirm with the host before bringing pets. The pet fees for the cabins are $15/night for one pet and $25/night for two pets, with a maximum of two pets. Taxes and fees are not included in these prices. Pets must be crated if left unattended and if there's excessive barking that disturbs neighbors the hosts will call and ask guests to return to tend to their pets.
Please note that all cabins are $10 more per night on weekends and are slightly higher during holidays and high season. Read More