Asheville, NC

Five Dreamy Stays in Asheville, North Carolina

Jessica Ufuoma
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Asheville is one of the hippiest and most eclectic cities in the United States. You can find it in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and there are lots of things to do there. From live music venues to pubs to breweries, this city even though small is very lively and fun to visit and live in. Isn't it?

If you love the outdoors, Asheville has easy access to the Blue Ridge Mountains which also means that you can find some absolutely stunning and dreamy stays in Asheville too. If you're planning a getaway, however long, Asheville has some of the most amazing accommodations to fit your unique needs. Here's a roundup of some of them.

1.) A Unique Treehouse

If you're looking for a treehouse unlike any other, then this is the one for you. It is nestled anove the Carolina Jewel and has a unique touch to it. Once a treehouse, it has now morphed into a Tree Castle and is actually named 'America's Smallest Castle'.

You will find some really cool amenities inside the cozy house. From high speed wifi to gas log fire place to keep you cozy to two full bathrooms and heated tile floor. There's also an outdoor shower with hot water. Yes, this can be rare in areas of the country like this. This place is perfect for a couple getaway or even an anniversary celebration away from home.

You can book it here.
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2.) A modern and bright pad

Asheville, North Carolina is filled with amazing treehouses and as great and cozy as those may be, it's not everyone's cup of tea and sometimes what you want is something more modern. Enter the Rad Pad. This is a roomy 600 square feet and bright space that's perfect for a weekend getaway with friends or as a couple. It features bright and colorful furniture and design that'd instantly put you in a great mood.

You can book this place on Airbnb here.
Photo by Meg on Airbnb

3.) A luxury riverfront cabin

One of the best cabins in the US according to VRBO is located only 12 minutes from downtown Asheville and less than 5 minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Folk Art Center. This place is perfect for a weekend getaway and offers the tranquility and serenity that's needed to break away from the daily grind. The cabin has a maximum capacity of four people so you can bring your friends and family along with you, or have a couple date here. Only thing though, you'll have to leave your pets at home, and children under the age of 6. Other than that, this place is stunning.

You can book here.
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4.) Bull Creek Ranch Retreat

This place is truly something special. It is charming and has a rustic-chic vibe to it. You can find a wood-burning fireplace, a queen-size futon and love seat. There's also a fully stocked kitchen where you can make some food, including an espresso machine and a waffle maker. All of this to say, you can feel at home in this place.

But one thing that also shines through is the views from this place. It is located along the Blue Ridge Parkway and there are also some nearby natural wonders such as Black Mountain, Pisgah National Forest Reserve and even the Lake Lure. You'll have views for days when you stay in this place.

You can book it here.

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5.) Downtown Artist Loft

This place is perfect for those who want to be in the heart of all the downtown festivities and close to all the action. This charming and well decorated loft features full window views, high ceilings and local art. You're in prime location and literally steps away from all the action from great music to fantastic craft beers and so much more. The nights are lively here and you can step out to watch a local funk band play or cozy indoor and have a simple night in.

You can book it here.
Photo by Krista on Airbnb

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