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About Asheville

When staying in North Carolina's most artsy and eclectic city, Asheville cabin rentals are the way to go. Here, you'll find plenty to see and do, whether you're a family on the go or a couple looking for a romantic getaway. But first things first: where to stay? Offering privacy and space, you'll find one to fit your budget and your needs - and you can't beat the feel of an authentic dove-tail log cabin for a realistic mountain vacation. As an added bonus, you choose which amenities are important to you. Want a chic vacation home rental? Got it. Want something a little more rustic? Got that, too.

Things to do

The city's eclectic arts scene is vibrant and hopping. Visit any of the area's many galleries and museums, including those in the River Arts District. Try 347 Depot, where you'll find oils on canvas by David C. Stewart, or Odyssey Center Studios, where visitors can see works in clay by noted area artists.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to do here as well. With 18 courses in and around Asheville, golfers will be on cloud nine. Open to the public, the Municipal Course is a Donald Ross design with more than 3,200 yards on the front nine and 3,195 on the back nine. The city also boasts more than 50 parks that guarantee you'll find something to suit your tastes, from roller hockey and tennis to walking trails and skate-boarding.

Families love it here, too. Nearby Tweetsie Railroad is billed as "North Carolina's Original Family Theme Park" and is a hit with old and young alike. Check out the night skies at Star Watch Night Vision Tours, go rafting at Rafting With my Kids or play with the dinosaurs at DINO-Kinetics. Of course, no visit to this classic city would be complete without a stop at the historic Biltmore House.

Climate

Asheville, NC, gets 38 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37. On average, there are 212 sunny days per year in Asheville. The July high is around 85 degrees. The January low is 28. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 46 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The US average on the comfort index is 44.

Events

The Biltmore Estate plays host to two major events in the Asheville area - one in springtime, the other around the holidays. In April/May, Biltmore's gardens, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, are alive with color as spring arrives. Guests enjoy special events and the beauty of tulips, azaleas, and ...

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