The Blue Ridge Mountain resort town of Weaverville offers a wide range of Bed & Breakfast inns, hotels and motels, vacation rentals, and luxury resorts and spas for the discriminating traveler visiting Western North Carolina. For some visitors, the Log Cabin Motor Court (seen in the Robert Mitchum movie Thunder Road), offering individual cottages with woodburning fireplaces and contemporary kitchens, will be the ideal WNC vacation spot.
Or try the romantic luxury of a meticulously restored Victorian mansion like the Inn on Main Street in the heart of town.
All of Weaverville’s B&Bs are just a few steps from the village’s renowned Main Street shops offering traditional mountain crafts, gorgeous antiques, and locally created art. Hotels and motels throughout the area offer easy access to restaurants of every sort of, from casual and family meals to elegant fine dining, as well as numerous specialty bakeries, cafes, and bistros.
Within a short drive you will find hiking and horseback riding, a paradise for mountain bikers and recreational cyclists, whitewater rafting, kayaking and family river tubing, spectacular flyfishing rivers, and golf and tennis resorts.
Whatever your choice of accommodations, Weaverville presents an exciting vacation destination for you and your family.
Weaverville, NC and vicinity is blessed with historic homes that now offer Bed & Breakfast accommodations to discriminating travelers.
While Weaverville offers several classic Bed and Breakfast's which allow the luxury of walking about town there are a great many B&Bs, Inns and Guest Houses in the surrounding area - including Asheville, Black Mountain, Burnsville, Hot Springs, Leicester and Mars Hill. Just click the search field below and enter your preferred location to explore your options.
Plan your romantic getaway in a secluded mountain inn, or take a suite of rooms for your family vacation in the WNC Blue Ridge. In Weaverville proper you’ll find the Victorian Inn on Main Street to be a fine "green-certified" B&B as well as the delightful three-story Dry Ridge Inn.
Also close by are the Sourwood Inn at 3,200 feet up overlooking Reems Creek Valley, the Historic Break Away Inn / Brigman House and a host of others. Off to the west, in Leicester, the Wildberry B&B offers a delightful modern lodge experience.
A few miles farther south, Asheville’s Montford community, a national historic district, includes dozens of lovingly restored 19th-century houses offering guest accommodations that hearken back to an era of luxurious living.
So many historic B&Bs as the Lion and Rose, Applewood Manor, Black Walnut and the Chestnut Street Inn feature high ceilings, beautiful wainscoting, elegant staircases, covered porches and beautifully maintained gardens. You'll be enchanted!
If you prefer, have a fun family playcation at a working farm, the Oxford Farm Bed & Breakfast along the slopes off the Blue Ridge Parkway near Mt. Mitchell, where beef cattle and pedigree sheep are raised and breakfast includes home-baked bread and fresh eggs from the Oxford’s flocks.
And that's just a small sampling - the area has an abundance of B&B's, Inns, Cottages and Guest Houses to choose from for your visit.
Whether you prefer the casual ambience of a family-owned rustic motel nestled under the pine trees or the luxurious accommodations of a world-class resort hotel, you’ll find the ideal home away from home for your vacation Weaverville, NC.
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Choose the plush elegance of the Inn on the Biltmore Estate, the historic Grove Park Inn, Asheville’s downtown Haywood Park “boutique” hotel, or the newly opened Grand Bohemian in Biltmore Village.
Or, if you prefer, drop your bags and hit the road from a home base at a convenient, affordable hotel or motel of your choice: Doubletree, Marriott, Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn, Ramada, Red Roof, Rodeway, Sleep Inn, and Howard Johnson’s are all well represented.
Plenty of choices await your visit - and you'll need a good rest after your day's activities.
Weaverville is in the heart of spa country, an area surrounded by natural springs bubbling up from mountain slopes that was first discovered as a health resort more than a century ago. From Hot Springs 30 minutes to the north to the historic Mineral Springs of West Asheville a few miles south, the WNC mountains offer a wide range of accommodations for vacationers seeking a luxury resort or a simple spa.
The greater Weaverville area boasts well over a dozen spas and therapy centers - from overnight luxuries to relaxing and casual days spas.
To find the Spa experience just for you tap the SpaFinder field below.
Just north of Weaverville the 24-acre Center for Massage & Natural Health is an inviting vacation spot for workshops and bodywork retreats, and winter visitors will love skiing the 20 runs – and basking later in the heated pool at the Scenic Wolf Resort at Wolf Ridge.
Whether its a Day or Destination Spa - elegant and refined or rustic and full of character - you'll find your dream spa and accommodations here in Western North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains.
WNC vacation rentals are an ideal solution in planning your family playcation in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Weaverville, NC. Realtors can guide you to vacation rentals throughout Western North Carolina, whether you prefer luxurious elegance, downtown charm, or a country casual ambience.
Come home to a rustic high country lodge, an in-town suite an easy walk from vibrant nightlife, or an elegant, historic inn with all the service you expect. Wake up to the crowing of roosters on a working farm, or watch the sunrise from an architect-designed masterpiece perched on a mountain slope.
Dine while the rushing stream splashes below your porch, and watch the children and pets play to their heart’s content as the sun sets over the spectacular mountain peaks from the home-like Kim’s Guest Cottage.
Get away for a second honeymoon at the elegant Civil War-era Reynolds Mansion overlooking all of Asheville and the mountains, or hold your family gathering at the Brigman House and its private Breakaway Cabin, located in the beautiful Reems Creek Valley just minutes from downtown Weaverville.