It was very pleasant although a little far from downtown Asheville.
Was good. Nice beds. Clean. Would stay again. Now just typing to get 50 characters
It was a standard hotel. We were there less than 12 hours.
Very nice stay: clean room and very welcoming and helpful staff.
It was okay, nothing really good or bad. The location was convenient and easy to access from the interstate.
Great hotel! Loved the hard wood floors! Nice place especially for the price!
You and your furry friend are going to love Asheville! Besides hiking and strolling around town, there is much more to enjoy for the both of you. To get off on the right foot, choose a pet-friendly hotel to treat both you and your furry friend before taking a look around town.
There is a lot to see around Asheville, and your dog will not mind a leisurely stroll around the city to see the sights. Visit the historic districts of Montford, Albemarle Park, and Biltmore Village. Also, make sure you see the City Hall, Jackson Building, and Basilica of St. Lawrence while you are going around town.
In case you and your dog like more active attractions, go for a hike. Drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway for the stunning views and stop at Craggy Gardens, where you can hike with your leashed dog. If you want, you can even test your hiking prowess at the Appalachian Trail.
A popular and very unique attraction for dogs and their owners is the bookstore and wine bar Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar. While you sip your champagne and browse through thousands of books, your dog is welcome throughout the store and can enjoy their own drink at the Espresso Dog Bar.
Another nice stop for you and your canine buddy is the North Carolina Arboretum, a botanical garden. There are gardens with different themes, an education center, a cafe, and almost 10 miles of walking and bicycling paths. Other sights where dogs are welcomed are the grounds and gardens of Biltmore Estate and Historic Gray Line Asheville Trolley Tours. The latter allows only small dogs.