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“Bed And Breakfast In Asheville, NC”“The Cedar Crest Inn is a grand Queen Anne mansion turned Bed and Breakfast inn, located i
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“Bed & Breakfast”“Asheville Seasons Bed and Breakfast in Asheville is an intimate inn located in a historic
Posted by: Asheville Seasons Bed & Breakfast

“Lodge & Cabins”“Grafton Lodge & Cabins is the perfect romantic getaway, we have five rooms at the Lodge m
Posted by: Grafton Lodge & Acorn Cabins

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“Unpleasant Owner”Non-Member, Reader - “Would not stay again. Owner is not nice nor trustworthy.
Said about: Elizabeth Nook

“WHY ?”Private Member, Winnsboro - “On the way back to Winnsboro, My wife and I were tal
Said about: Pageant Hills Motel

“Awesome Place!”Private Member, Altamonte Springs - “I've stayed here every time I go to Ashevill
Said about: Forest Manor Inn

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Asheville, North Carolina!

Nestled between the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge mountain ranges, the plateau of Asheville provides urban sophistication laced with small town charm. The downtown Historic District teems with shops, boutiques and restaurants, and other attractions include novelist Thomas Wolfe's boyhood home, the setting for 1929's Look Homeward Angel. The opulent Biltmore Estate, America's largest home, now boasts an award-winning winery. Nearby are opportunities for hiking, biking, rock climbing or white water rafting. Asheville accommodations range from B&Bs and rustic cabins to fine hotels and grand resorts.

The original 18th century settlers of this corner of Appalachia were English, Scottish, Iris, Dutch and German who brought their music and dance traditions, including clogging and bluegrass fiddle for which this area is still famous. Asheville is in the center of a mining area, and offers a number of interesting tours, antique and gem shops, as well as shops with Civil War memorabilia, and historical landmarks are distributed throughout the region.

We have organized our listings of Asheville's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Asheville area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Asheville
Hotels in the greater Asheville area.
·Asheville Airport
Hotels located south of the city near the Asheville Regional Airport (AVL).
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Hotels located southwest of Asheville near the Cherokee National Forest.
·Maggie Valley
Hotels west of Asheville near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels located in the communities surrounding Asheville such as, Candler, Hendersonville and Lake Lure.
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Hotels located in the heart of downtown Asheville.

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Area Facts: Asheville was named for Samuel Ashe, the governor of North Carolina in the 1790's. The local area code for Asheville is 828.

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