Asheville Cabin Rentals & Cabins - 238 Rentals Available
238 Vacation rentals
Asheville Log cabin
- 3 bedrooms 3
- 3 bathrooms
- sleeps 7 7
- 5 nights min
- Child friendly
- Air conditioning
from $339.00 / night
- 3 bedrooms 3
- 2 bathrooms
- sleeps 6 6
- 30 nights min
- Ask about children
- Air conditioning
from $84.00 / night
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Things to doThe 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.
ClimateAsheville, 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.
EventsThe 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 countless other flowers during the Festival of Flowers. On the weekends, Biltmore Winery joins the celebration with a commemorative Festival of Flowers wine and music, wine programs, and children's activities. In the Farm Village, blacksmiths, woodworkers, and farmers demonstrate their skills on Saturdays and Sundays.
The aptly named Christmas at Biltmore Estate is internationally lauded as a "Top 100 Event in North America" by the American Bus Association for the last four years, and one of Southeast's most popular holiday travel destinations. It comes complete with dozens of Christmas trees and miles of festive garlands and lights, fine ornaments and priceless treasures, live music and inspirational holiday demonstrations.
ShoppingThe River Arts District has all kinds of funky stores and art galleries that capture the spirit of Asheville. Woolworth Walk has all the arts and crafts you could ever desire, while the Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar is so cozy you'll want to move right in. Have a chocolate obsession? Snatch up some fudge at The Chocolate Fetish or some dipped strawberries. At the Western North Carolina Farmer's Market you'll find pristine tomatoes and all kinds of fruits and veggies available.
FoodYou're in Asheville for a wonderful vacation, so you might as well treat yourself to an upscale dinner at popular eateries Curate, Chestnut, or Limones. Grab breakfast at the Sunny Point Cafe or The Corner Kitchen. Have a special diet? Try out the Plant Vegan Restaurant or for those with more exotic tastes, grab a wrap at Chai Pani.
NightlifeOnce the sun goes down, adults get to come out to play! The city's nightlife is on par with some of the world's most vibrant cities. If you love live music, you're in luck. Between the Altamont Theater, the Bravo Concerts, and the Symphony Orchestra, you'll find world-class acts in settings ranging from intimate to grand. And, if you're looking for local acts on the rise, check out the Grey Eagle Tavern and Tap Room. Dance the night away at The Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club or swing to the jazz beats at Tressa's Downtown Jazz and Blues. Asheville vacation rentals can be an interesting and fun alternative to cookie-cutter hotel/motel lodging. Book a cabin rental or other vacation home and enjoy your home away from home. Explore all that the town has to see and at the end of the day, relax in the comfort of your private space.
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