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Country Inn & Suites Asheville West Star Rating 2.5        
1914 Old Haywood Road

Within 6 miles of Orange Peel performance hall, this modern hotel is also 7 miles from the North Carolina Arboretum.The straightforward rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. They also include kitchenettes, and suites feature separate living areas.
Holiday Inn Asheville Biltmore East Star Rating 3        
1450 Tunnel Rd.

With a lodge-like fieldstone lobby, this chain hotel just off I-40 is 1 mile from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, 6.2 miles from the elegant Biltmore Estate mansion and 7.3 miles from downtown.
OM Sanctuary Star Rating 3        
87 Richmond Hill Drive

Tranquil mountain getaway for holistic education, with polished accommodations & gardens...
At Cumberland Falls Bed and Breakfast Inn        
254 Cumberland Avenue

This Victorian B&B in the Montford historic district is a 12-minute walk from the Botanical Gardens at Asheville and 3 miles from the Biltmore Estate.The 6 polished rooms feature wood floors and romantic decor, and most have fireplaces or wood/gas stoves. All have private bathrooms, most with whirlpool tubs.
The Residences at Biltmore Star Rating 4        
700 Biltmore Ave

This upscale all-suite resort is a mile from Interstate 40, 1.9 miles from downtown Asheville and 4 miles from the 19th-century Biltmore Estate.Bright studios with rustic-chic furnishings feature full kitchens, stone fireplaces, and balconies or patios, plus free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with DVD players.
Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Asheville Biltmore Square Star Rating 3        
845 Brevard Road

This straightforward hotel off I-26 is 3 miles from the North Carolina Arboretum and 7 miles from the Asheville Art Museum.Low-key rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, 40-inch flat-screen TVs and desks. They also have minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
Fairfield Inn Asheville South Star Rating 3        
11 Rocky Ridge Road

This straightforward hotel is a 3.6-mile drive from the North Carolina Arboretum and a 7.2-mile drive from the Asheville Art Museum.
Fairfield Inn Asheville Star Rating 3        
31 Airport Park Drive

This straightforward hotel is 4.5 miles from Fletcher Community Park and 8.9 miles from Lake Powhatan.
Value Place Asheville Star Rating 2        
40 Monte Vista

This straightforward extended-stay hotel is less than a mile from I-40, 4 miles from the Asheville Outlets and 8 miles from The Botanical Gardens at Asheville.Featuring wood floors, the informal studios provide kitchenettes and dining tables, as well as free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Upgraded studios add pull-out sofas.
Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville Autograph Collection Star Rating 4        
11 Boston Way

This stately Tudor-style hotel with an annex across the street is 2 miles from shopping at Grove Arcade, a historic 1929 commercial building, and 10 miles from North Carolina Arboretum.Featuring velvet tufted headboards and antler decor accents, the chic rooms in the main building provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Suites add living rooms and pull-out sofas; upgraded suites have dining areas and whirlpool tubs.
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Asheville is the largest city in Western North Carolina, with a population of over 70 thousand. It is conveniently located between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains. It is a popular tourist destination, mainly because of its liberal population and artsy community. The city has been called the 'Paris of the South' and 'San Francisco of the East'. So, what is there to see and do in Asheville? Museums and Attractions This city is known across the nation for its interesting architecture, especially around the Biltmore Estate. In the 1890s, Asheville became famous as a high-end health resort and was later visited by famous names such as Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Arts and Science Centre downtown is a definite must-see for tourists. Here you can find a lot of museums and attractions such as the Asheville Art Museum, the Colburn Earth Science Museum and the YMI Cultural Centre which features exhibits of African-American life in the area. The Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Centre is dedicated to exploring the legacy of Black Mountain College - a famous educational community.

One of Western North Carolina's most historic buildings - the Grove - has been converted into an arcade which boasts lovely local craft shops, locally-grown food and many restaurants. Basilica of St. Lawrence, built in 1909 and designed by renowned architects Rafael Gustavino and Richard Sharpe Smith, is one of Asheville's most historic sites and architectural treasures. It has a beautiful elliptical dome which is definitely worth seeing. Outdoor Activities The West Carolina Mountains offer a seemingly endless array of outdoor activities. This location is famous for being a top outdoor adventure destination which offers such sports as white-water rafting, hiking and mountain biking. The The area also boasts natural waterslides, stunning vistas and amazing natural bike and hiking trails. Shopping If you are into shopping, head on downtown. Every street offers a variety of unusual businesses. There is a huge variation of shopping malls and districts, with numerous clothing and jewellery shops, outfitters and stores for toys for the kids.

The Grove Arcade is a great spot to shop 'till you drop. And after your spree, sit down in one of its renowned restaurants for a bite to eat. The Historic Baltimore Village also offers an array of elegant restaurants and interesting boutiques. Art and Entertainment The Asheville art scene is very lively. There are hundreds of artists, galleries, performing venues and events. There are street performers who occupy almost every corner downtown, as well as venues which offer opera, ballet, country and jazz music, as well as experimental performances. Asheville is also home to numerous galleries. You can sign up for one of many Art Walks and explore more than 30 galleries. The River Arts District houses many contemporary and traditional artists, where visitors are greeted with a friendly welcome. Asheville also offers a lively nightlife scene. Here you will find many wine bars, pubs and cafes. You are guaranteed never to be bored, since there are numerous live music performances almost every night.