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Guesthouse in Hendersonville
Modern Studio near downtown
This stylish & cozy studio in the back lower level of my home, with a private entrance is perfect for a couple or solo traveler. Th kitchen has a full-size fridge, stove, microwave, & Keurig. The king size bed has a comfy medium-firm mattress. 2 miles to Downtown Hendersonville 15 miles to DuPont State Park 17 miles to Pisgah Forest 16 miles to Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) & Sierra Nevada 32 miles to Asheville & Biltmore Estate 25 miles to Tryon Equestrian Center 2.5 miles to I-26
$72 per night
Guest suite in Laurel Park
Studio: a slight British Invasion.
The studio is a unique experience. A recent transformation captures its humble origin as a mid-century garage while weaving together the juxtaposition of the new and old world with a decidedly British motif. It is attached (but a separate and private experience) from the main residence. We welcome you to enjoy this quirky dynamic in a delightful woodland setting just minutes from downtown Hendersonville and ideally situated to explore the outdoor spaces of the region.
$82 per night
Guest suite in Hendersonville
Cute Tiny House close to everything.
Welcome to our Tiny Guest House located closet to everything!! Tiny house is detached from the main house and has own parking lot, outdoor seating area with grill, own bathroom, and kitchette. This little house is close to everything on walking distance to Restaurants, Coffee Shop, Home Theater, Mall and Convenience Stores. Only 5 Minutes to Hendersonville Downtown, 20 minutes from Asheville, 15 minutes from Green River Game Lands and 5-15 trails in the area.
$54 per night

Stay near Hendersonville's top sights

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Ingles Markets13 locals recommend
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Walmart Supercenter13 locals recommend
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Ingles Market25 locals recommend
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Binion's Roadhouse13 locals recommend
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Jackson Park17 locals recommend
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Flat Rock Wood Room59 locals recommend

Hendersonville cabins

Cabin in Hendersonville
The Firefly Cabin - Luxurious 1930's Retreat
$99 per night
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Secluded Dupont Forest Getaway Western NC
$201 per night
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Cozy Mountain Cabin with amazing mountain views!
$134 per night
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Enjoy a “staycation” at Creek Side Cabin in the Mountains!
$106 per night
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Hawksnest at DuPont #1
$120 per night
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Lynnwood Cabin 1910 Log Cabin~Hot Tub~EV Charger
$168 per night
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Barn at Edenwood + Luxe Loft Tub +Romantic Getaway
$243 per night
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Little Cabin in the Woods
$125 per night
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Historic Asheville Area Cabin w/Hot Tub & Firepit
$182 per night
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Cabin on Walnut Cove
$135 per night
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Apple Country Charm
$64 per night
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Entire Historic Brightwater Cabin
$92 per night

Your guide to Hendersonville

All About Hendersonville

Enveloped by trees and nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the small city of Hendersonville is around two hours west of North Carolina’s state capital, Charlotte. The city retains its historic courthouse and features pretty side streets home to cafes, art galleries, and specialty stores selling local artisanal products. Sweetgum and scarlet oaks paint a palette of ruby and crimson in the fall, while carefully-tended floral displays keep Main Street colorful all year round.

The surrounding areas provide ample opportunities to get a closer look at the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, from adrenaline-fuelled ziplining over the treetops to a peaceful hike through seemingly endless scenic forest. The 3.75-mile Oklawaha Greenway Trail winds its way beside Mud Creek from Jackson Park, providing water fountains and even bike repair stations along the way.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hendersonville?

Summer offers the warmest weather, which is when most visitors stop by to hit the nearby hiking trails, but be prepared for humid conditions. Spring and fall offer drier weather and are perfect for spotting rue anemone and golden ragwort and admiring the golden explosion of hickory leaves. Winters can be chilly, especially at night, but you can always warm up with some local mulled cider.

Downtown Hendersonville hosts a packed program of events, including the Henderson County Curb Market, featuring handmade and locally-grown products two or three times per week, as well as seasonal events like the apple festival on Memorial Day weekend, which celebrates the crop grown in the surrounding countryside. From late spring until early fall, you can find the streets lined with brightly painted life-size fiberglass bears as part of the Bearfootin’ Art Walk.

What are the top things to do in Hendersonville?

Dupont State Recreational Forest

With more than 10,000 acres of pristine landscape, this sprawling park located less than 30 minutes from Hendersonville is one of the best places to experience North Carolina’s natural beauty and is a popular spot for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. With a prime location in the Little River Valley, there are more than 80 miles of roads and trails and countless waterfalls to explore. The forest has even provided the backdrop for a Hollywood blockbuster.

Jump Off Rock

This drive-to scenic overlook just five miles from town features sweeping views over the rolling pastures below and the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains in the distance. The lookout point offers three short hiking trails suited to a range of abilities, along with benches where you can sit back and admire the view.

Craft breweries

Craft beverages are a big draw in Hendersonville. Beer aficionados and wine-sippers alike head here to tour the area’s host of producers — there’s even a meadery for something a little different. Many of the tasting rooms are located within walking distance of one another in town, and the four-day Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend event each April celebrates local food and drink with live music, tastings, and talks.