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Modern Asheville Escape Cottage With Deck & Hot Tub

    View the interior of this Asheville accommodation in North Carolina. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. This chic vacation rental cottage is located in Asheville and is perfect for planning your next Blue Ridge Mountains getaway. This 3-bedroom vacation home has 2 bathrooms and a fully-equipped kitchen with updated appliances. There is also a deck equipped with a gas barbecue. You can visit Downtown Asheville to tour the Biltmore estate or drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway. After a day of fun, relax in the hot tub or roast some marshmallows around the fire pit.

    Pets are allowed with an additional charge, there is a fire pit and it’s less than 7 mile to downtown Asheville. This newly renovated cottage is perfect for families and friends looking for a convenient home base near all the attractions of Asheville. The bedrooms have a king size bed in bedroom 1, a queen bed in bedroom 2, and two full beds in bedroom 3. Other features include Smart TVs, Amazon Prime, Pandora, a board game table, books and speakers in the bathroom. You can enjoy the deck and hot tub outside, as well as the garden, outdoor dining space, gas grill, and private yard. The cottage is fully equipped with a kitchen, including stainless steel appliances, a Keurig coffeemaker, a toaster and blender, as well as cooking basics, flatware and dishware. The cottage is equipped with free WiFi, linens & towels, central air-conditioning and heating, complimentary bathroom products, washer & dryer, hair dryers, trash bags & paper towels, as well as complimentary toiletries. The driveway can accommodate up to three vehicles.

    There is plenty to do and see in Asheville. You can hike the North Carolina section on the Appalachian Trail. It has spectacular summits, including the 6,643 foot Clingmans Dome – the highest mountain along the Appalachian Trail – and descends into the dark, steep walls of the Nantahala Gorge. The Appalachian Trail is 95.7 miles long in North Carolina. However, it also runs for 224.7 miles along the Tennessee/North Carolina Border. The Appalachian Trail climbs up to the High Country, where hikers can find the highest mountains, some of which are over 6,000 feet. You will need a permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and, depending on how long your hike is, you may also need to make shelter reservations.

    Fines Creek Farm is another activity you can enjoy during your vacation. It’s an elegant yet rustic post and beam barn, originally built for a family-run antique store. The barn has over 5,000 square foot of indoor space spread across two floors. There is ample outdoor space at the barn under the attached covered roof. The barn is surrounded on all sides by white pines with mountain views. The side doors of the barn open into a courtyard garden filled with boxwoods, flowering plants, and perennials.

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