Beautiful, spacious walk-out basement apartment overlooking mountains, forest, and river. Unwind in the hot tub after hiking. Enjoy complimentary coffee on your deck. Let nature lull you to sleep on the king size bed. Relax and rejuvenate in this lovely and romantic retreat, just minutes from most attractions: 2-4 miles: Blue Ridge Parkway, Highland Brewery, Folk Art Center 5-7 miles: Downtown Asheville, River Arts District 9 miles: Biltmore Estate, Black Mountain
“Possibly the best Airbnb we have ever stayed in. We love Asheville but wanted some quiet time for our anniversary. This airbnb is perfect for going downtown but not staying downtown. You can hear the river from Miriam's place and there is a beautiful view. We felt so very welcome in this spot with all the extra touches. There was tons of literature on local places to go and see. We were able to go on a nice hike from the recommendations in the apartment. The hot tub is such and amazing extra! The instructions provided helped us to use it properly and not have to ask for help. Our privacy was really respected. The space is cozy but large enough to hang out in for a few days. Miriam had a fresh water filter and a couple of bagels. This was such a delightful find because we arrived later than anticipated and didn't have time for groceries. I even left a blanket behind and they shipped to me after my visit with no trouble! I can't recommend this stay enough. Great location, comfortable accommodations, and wonderful hosts. We intend to return the next time we visit!”
Stay close to nature in a rustic getaway perched on the edge of a wooded property. Listen to wildlife at night from Adirondack chairs. Awaken to birdsong filling the mountain air. Indoors is an ingenious use of space that offers every comfort.
“The tiny house was lovely! It was comfortable and cozy in a way that I didn't expect. Everything I could have possibly needed and potentially forgotten was there. I was surprised at the level of care and thought that Clifton and Erica put into making it as comfortable as possible!”
Walk back past tall trees, over a small wooden bridge with built-in love seats. Massage tired feet on a polished river-rock shower floor. This rustic 2-story cottage, dating back over 100 years, has whitewashed stone walls and a wood-burning stove.
“Absolutely fantastic stay! It was a quiet retreat in the idyllic setting of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There is a great dog boarding place just next door so my pup had a place to stay for the night while I enjoyed a relaxing evening alone with a bottle of wine and my favorite crime show. The innovative interior design is wonderful use of the space, and the personal touches made me feel like I was staying in a home away from home. This tiny cottage is most definitely built for one or two people. I can’t imagine it would feel as relaxing in such a small space with a group of people. I’d be worried about kids damaging the beautiful furniture too. Paul is a very kind and gracious host. I can’t wait to return!”