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Find a welcoming home in historic Hendersonville

An inviting small town with a picturesque, walkable downtown and a burgeoning dining and craft-brewing scene, Hendersonville no longer plays second fiddle to its larger neighbor, Asheville, and is a laid-back vacation destination in its own right. Its idyllic location in the Blue Ridge Mountains, combined with its friendly ambience, makes it the perfect spot for a casual family holiday or a romantic getaway. On the doorstep of your Hendersonville vacation rental you’ll find not only vineyards, orchards, and trails, but also quirky museums, old-timey murals, and a real sense of community.

Walk on the wild side in Hendersonville

Look beyond Hendersonville’s impeccable small-town credentials and you’ll get a glimpse of its wilder side, as a gateway to the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains. Head out from your Hendersonville vacation rental for a trek beneath waterfalls in DuPont Recreational Forest, or a horseback tour in the shadow of the majestic peaks of the Appalachians. Alternatively, take in the scenery in a more leisurely way with a tour of one of Hendersonville’s vineyards, where you can sample locally produced wine or, if you’re feeling adventurous, apple cider sangria.

A wander down memory lane in Hendersonville

You’re never short of things to do in Hendersonville, and whether your idea of a fun day out is checking out giant geodes at the Mineral & Lapidary Museum, or marveling at the wonders of the deep at the Team ECCO Ocean Center & Aquarium, you’re bound to find an activity to suit you. But no trip to Hendersonville would be complete without a wander through its historic downtown, where every step takes you back to the heyday of small-town America. Beneath Main Street’s colorful awnings you’ll find craft-focused galleries and boutiques offering everything from upscale apparel to one-of-a-kind antiques that make the perfect souvenir.

The forecast for Hendersonville: varied

To get a sense of Hendersonville’s climate, look no further than its informal title. Known as the “City of Four Seasons”, its lofty position makes for more varied weather than in other parts of the state; long, glorious springs unfold into sultry summers, mellow falls, and brisk, bright, and sometimes snowy winters. June, July, and August are hot, with average temperatures in the high 80s, but Hendersonville’s elevation keeps the humidity low. Come in the fall to enjoy warm days, crisp nights, and spectacular foliage, or in the winter to take advantage of great rates on your Hendersonville vacation rental.

The heights of Hendersonville

Hendersonville may have a homey small-town feel, but there’s nothing ordinary about its location: set high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Southern Appalachians on the western edge of North Carolina, it’s just a short distance from the stunning Blue Ridge Parkway, which winds through the azure-tinted mountains from Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Hip and artsy Asheville, known for its innovative dining scene, is 22 miles away, while picturesque Flat Rock is an 11-minute drive.