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Asheville, NC Vacation Rentals

Come enjoy the beautiful mountains surrounding Asheville, NC! Asheville and it's surrounding areas offer fantastic destinations and activities. See places like the Biltmore Estate, Sierra Nevada Brewing, Pisgah National Forest Preserve, Smoky Mountain National Park, Chimney Rock and so, so many more. Whether you want activities like hiking or biking past mountain waterfalls or the cosmopolitan cityscape and nightlife of downtown Asheville. You'll love every magical moment of our beautiful mountain lifestyle. Come enjoy the festivals, fine dining, peaceful countryside, mountain vistas, serene lakes and everything else that our area has to offer!
Every Stay Includes
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Secure keyless entry
Professional cleaning
24/7 local support
Hotel-grade linens
Starter set of toiletries
Local recommendations
Local Asheville Manager
Nate has over 20 years property management experience and understands the Western North Carolina market very well. He knows how to help property owners leverage their investment to produce returns that let them enjoy their life the way that they want to.

nate.thompson@turnkeyvr.com
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TurnKey Featured Properties
Historical Arts & Crafts 3BR
$230
FROM
3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 6Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville's Secret Hideaway - Escape to this 3BR Authentic Asheville Arts and Crafts home in a private country setting in beautiful Cane... More

#1166334
Sunny, Quiet 3BR w/ Outdoor Charm
$140
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3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 7Candler, North Carolina

Nestled on a wooded site in a quaint neighborhood, this 3BR/2BA home offers the tranquility of a country getaway just 15 minutes from dow... More

#1178191
Spacious 5BR Mountaintop Estate
$410
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5 BR 5.5 BA • Sleeps 12Glenville, North Carolina

This beautiful 5BR/5.5BA estate just outside Cashiers is an ideal spot for an idyllic mountain getaway. More

#1183450
GREAT LOCATION -Highly rated! An easy
$130
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3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 6Black Mountain, North Carolina

As your hosts, we do our best to anticipate your needs and our goal is to exceed your expectations! More

#1188073

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Secluded 5BR Near River
$210
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5 BR 3.5 BA • Sleeps 14Flat Rock, North Carolina

Drive past orchards and streams to find perfect peace and privacy at this spacious 5BR/4BA home tucked into the trees. More

#1189498
Spacious 5BR Mountaintop Estate
$410
FROM

5 BR 5.5 BA • Sleeps 12Glenville, North Carolina

This beautiful 5BR/5.5BA estate just outside Cashiers is an ideal spot for an idyllic mountain getaway. More

#1183450
Sunny, Quiet 3BR w/ Outdoor Charm
$140
FROM

3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 7Candler, North Carolina

Nestled on a wooded site in a quaint neighborhood, this 3BR/2BA home offers the tranquility of a country getaway just 15 minutes from dow... More

#1178191
GREAT LOCATION -Highly rated! An easy
$130
FROM

3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 6Black Mountain, North Carolina

As your hosts, we do our best to anticipate your needs and our goal is to exceed your expectations! More

#1188073
Historical Arts & Crafts 3BR
$230
FROM

3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 6Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville's Secret Hideaway - Escape to this 3BR Authentic Asheville Arts and Crafts home in a private country setting in beautiful Cane... More

#1166334
Spacious 3BR w/ Bucolic Views
$110
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3 BR 2 BA • Sleeps 6Etowah, North Carolina

Set against a picture-perfect backdrop of tree-filled hillsides, this 3BR/2BA home offers a charming rural retreat among the natural beau... More

#1181829
56PATTON
$160
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1 BR 1 BA • Sleeps 4Asheville, North Carolina

THE TURNKEY ADVANTAGE Our property is TurnKey Rental Certified. All photos, amenities, calendar, and rates are 100% accurate. More

#470562
Top Things To Do In Asheville

Top Things To Do In Asheville, NC

Asheville has seen a rapid rise in tourism over the last decade. Though it's always had a few popular destinations, the recent influx of creatives has brought a wider variety of opportunities. Old and new attractions come together to make for a very satisfying vacation. In fact part of what makes Asheville special is the unique combination of new and old, traditional and odd. Somehow it all works, and the young artists coincide happily with old-time mountain folks over beer and bluegrass. Wherever you go, keep your eye out for amazing art. From old Appalachian quilts to beautiful paintings and blown glass, Asheville has a thriving art community that is, again, both old-fashioned and new fangled.

1. Biltmore Estate

This is a staple of Asheville attractions. While a bit pricey, it is worth every penny. In the spring and summer, the gardens are stunning. In the fall, it's the changing colors of the leaves. In the winter, the Christmas decorations are truly breathtaking. Any time of year, the house is a marvel. The Vanderbilt family spared no expense, and it has been beautifully maintained and preserved. The guides are very knowledgeable, and the house is rich with history.

2. Beer

Just a few years back, Asheville usurped Portland, Oregon as Beer City, and the beer craze grew that much faster. Two large microbreweries set up second locations in the area, and more small, local breweries popped up all over town, in some cases revitalizing entire areas. If beer excites you, take your time and do several tours, but even if you don't like beer, the brewing process is interesting and may still be worth a couple of hours. Different breweries specialize in different types, so do your research or hit one of the many beer tours to sample a wide variety.

3. Trees, rivers, leaves, and mountains

Another Asheville staple, natural beauty surrounds this North Carolina city. Every season is gorgeous, and there are numerous opportunities to hike, kayak, or even drive scenic roads. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a lovely drive and offers numerous places to stop and take photos or go on short or long hikes. The Appalachian trail is also close by. Several rivers are perfect for kayaking or rafting at nearly all skill and thrill levels. If you can take the cold water, swimming holes and natural water slides are also abundant. If you come in the spring, ask locals about the best berry picking spots! If you come in the fall, leaf season really is just as amazing as people say it is.

4. Food

While Asheville has always been known for certain types of food excellence like barbecue and diners, over the last decade or two, it has slowly but surely become a foodie destination known for both quality and creativity. There are simply too many good options to choose, so take one (or more) of the food tours to get a good sampling. Don't forget about dessert! There are very high quality chocolatiers and pastry shops in Asheville. Some of them even serve wine and beer.

5. Pinball Museum

What else is there to say? Asheville even has a Pinball Museum. Though some machines date back to the 40's and are only for show, everything from the 60's and newer is available to play. Right in the heart of downtown, a night of fabulous food, beer, and pinball sounds like a winner.

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