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Cozy Log Cabin with Satellite TV! Just ten miles northwest of downtown Asheville, Deer Run invites you to sit a spell in the front porch rocking chairs and gaze out at the mountain horizon. You'll appreciate the convenience of being able to cook your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen and eat-in while on vacation. In the evening, gather around the fire pit, tell tall tales, and look up at star-filled skies. This vacation rental is located in Asheville and is approximately 20 minutes driving distance to downtown. • One-Story Cabin • 1 Bedroom with a Queen Bed, plus a Futon • 1 Full Bath • Main Level: Bedroom 1 - Queen Bed; Pull-out Futon in Living Area; Full Bath Important Property Note: • High Clearance Recommended (SUV/Truck/Crossover) Please ensure your vehicle has sufficient clearance (i.e. SUV, Truck, or raised sedan). Low-clearance vehicles are not recommended. • One of the unique aspects of Western North Carolina is a lack of property zoning, meaning there could be a trailer next to a million-dollar house! On the route to Deer Run, you will pass a rather unsightly junk yard, but be rest assured you're on the right track to a lovely destination! • The owner of Deer Run lives in the same cabin community and is usually available should you require any assistance during your stay. This vacation rental comes with an exclusive Mountain Discovery Pass from Carolina Mornings Vacation Rentals, including a Biltmore Estate pass and seasonal activities such as ziplining, whitewater rafting, and skiing - a special gift not available anywhere else! CAROLINA MORNINGS, INC. IS A NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION IN THE BUSINESS OF REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE, AND DOING BUSINESS AS CAROLINA MORNINGS, LICENSE #11216.
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Tucked away on the side of a hill on a lovely, quiet tree-filled dead-end street in West Asheville, our cheerful and cozy home away from home awaits you. The Red Cottage features a fully equipped kitchen, a brand new ceramic tiled bathroom, hardwood and bamboo floors, two air-conditioned bedrooms. Enjoy a barbecue out on the deck, or just relax and enjoy the views.
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Nestled in the woods, "Black Bear" cabin offers the best of both worlds. A relaxing country retreat yet close to everything. It is the perfect starting point to a downtown Asheville excursion, just 15 minutes away, and to an endless array of outdoor activities in the Blue Ridge Mountains. 3 miles away is the charming town of Weaverville with its quaint atmosphere, artisan shops and distinctive restaurants. (For sights and hikes and their distance from the cabin, please check "The Neighborhood")
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Your guide to Asheville
Tucked into North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is surrounded by old-growth forests, tumbling waterfalls, and a handsome stretch of the Appalachian Trail. But beyond its world-class wilderness, the city is known for its enduring Gilded Age architecture and bluegrass musical traditions, as well as a thriving art scene. And if that’s not enough, have a beer: Asheville boasts a staggering number of craft breweries, many within walking distance of the music venues and art galleries of the up-and-coming South Slope and River Arts districts. These formerly industrial neighborhoods have breathed new life into the city, and are excellent places to hang out in between trips to the mountains.
How do I get around Asheville?
Fly into Asheville Regional Airport (AVL), which is about 14 miles from downtown (approximately 20 to 30 minutes by car). You can take a taxi or a rideshare straight to your Asheville getaway, or rent a car at the airport. Popular areas like Downtown Asheville, the River Arts District, and Biltmore Village are all pedestrian-friendly and compact enough to explore on foot. (The city also provides a hop-on, hop-off trolley that passes among popular districts.) You’ll want to rent a car, however, to explore the numerous hiking trails outside the city and navigate at least a stretch of the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway, considered the nation’s most scenic highway.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Asheville?
Asheville has a subtropical climate, which means that the summer months are warm and humid while winters are comparatively mild. From June through August, temperatures peak in the mid-to-high 80s, while December through February they range from the high 20s to the high 40s, with occasional snowfall on the city’s surrounding peaks. From March to May and September through early November, Asheville’s temperatures typically hover between the high 50s and the mid-70s, ideal for staying in one of the local cabins and exploring the area’s picturesque wildflower blooms in spring and foliage during fall. However, precipitation is regular throughout the year—so pack accordingly.
What are the top things to do in Asheville?
Among Asheville’s most prominent landmarks is this 250-room mansion built for George Washington Vanderbilt II during the height of the Gilded Age. The opulent 19th-century chateau (which is the largest privately owned home in the United States) sits on 8,000 acres and comprises sprawling grounds designed by a famous landscape architect. Visitors can tour the historic manor and massive estate, which includes a rose garden, farm, shop-filled village, and an award-winning winery.
The Asheville Urban Trail
This 1.7-mile walking trail pieces together 30 stops around downtown Asheville that celebrate an important person or moment in the city’s history—each marked with a public sculpture. The self-guided tour takes about two hours to complete, and begins at Pack Square Park. Printed maps are available at the information center.
The North Carolina Arboretum
Located about 20 minutes by car from downtown Asheville, these 434 acres of botanically diverse gardens pack in more than 10 miles of pet-friendly hiking trails. The outdoor attraction sits within the Pisgah National Forest, which includes more than half a million acres of wilderness, with forested mountains, whitewater rivers, and photo-worthy waterfalls.