Avondale Ridge, 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, great for small groups and/or family reunions, just minutes to downtown Asheville; lovely year round mountain views, but especially nice in winter; bordering the Blue Ridge Parkway. This wonderful cabin has plenty of room in which to spread out... 3 levels with two bedrooms & a full bath on each level, 6 bedrooms & 3 full baths total; steam shower and jetted tub in the master bathroom; abundant decking to enjoy the outdoors & mountains - and a Sauna!! Plenty of amenities to help you enjoy your stay - kitchen with dishwasher, oven/stove, microwave, fridge, Washer/Dryer, Cable TV, wireless internet access, phone (unlimited local and long distance), linens & towels, hardwood floors throughout, fireplace in main living/dining room. Easy access & just minutes to Downtown Asheville, The Biltmore Estate, The Blue Ridge Parkway, Chimney Rock Park, golf, shopping, dining, hiking, biking & more!
- Cabin3500 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 5 nights
6 BR, 3 Baths, sleeps up to 16 guests, lovely westerly views
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- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 13, 2018
We live and work at Oakland Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Asheville, just one mile from the Biltmore Estate and about 7 miles from Avondale Ridge. We are natives of NC and have worked and lived in the Asheville area since the late 1980s. In our 'pre-parent' years we were climbing guides and river guides for local companies in western NC (North Carolina Outward Bound School, Eagle's Nest Camp, Nantahala Outdoor Center, Appalachian Mountain Guides,...), so we know a lot about what to do and where to go in the out of doors in the area. We started a family in 1999 with the adoption of John Andrei (from Russia), and have enjoyed staying at home a bit more as we raise our family. We all bike fairly extensively in the area as a form of recreation and have bicycled the Blue Ridge Parkway, end to end (400 plus miles) in sections and in whole on many occassions. We love this area and hope we can help you enjoy it too!
Owner/Manager purchased this Cabin in 2004
Why Owner/Manager chose Asheville
Avondale Ridge borders the Blue Ridge Parkway and has lovely westerly views, especially in winter, yet is pretty close to it all. Just 1.5 miles to the confluence of I-40 and I-240, getting into downtown Asheville is quick and easy, yet access to the Parkway and the out of doors is also quick and easy - the best of both worlds. We love the log cabin feel, spaciousness, views and proximity to it all!
What makes this Cabin unique
Views off the decks are lovely, especially from the top floor. There are two family rooms, which makes Avondale a great place for family reunions and other gatherings. Just off exit #53 on I-40, the Biltmore Estate is just minutes away, off exit #50 on I-40
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Amazing Long Weekend at the Avondale Ridge House!
A group of 8 guys traveled up to Asheville for the long weekend and we were extremely glad we stayed at the Avondale Ridge House. We had the best of both worlds with the Avondale Ridge House -- we were close to prominent Asheville attractions like downtown and the Blue Ridge Mountains but also the location of the house felt secluded and private in a great way.
The views from the house were amazing, having four porches (three porches in the back and the front porch) allowed for everyone to enjoy the scenic views around the cabin. The outdoor sauna was an unexpected and nice bonus. The style of the house was the traditional mountain house/cabin feel with a lot of cedar woods and finished logs throughout the interior. Though the decor – such as bedding -- wasn't the most up-to-date, it didn't need to be given the environment and that certainly didn't impact our overall experience. The kitchen was large enough to cook for 8 guys and there was plenty of space for all of us to eat at around the dining room table. The house comes with large cookware pans and dishes along with a fairly large refrigerator so storing and then cooking food in bulk was easy. The bedrooms were all relatively spacious, especially the Master Bedroom, and the beds themselves were comfortable. Regarding travel to-and-from the house, the Ubers we called had no issues finding the house and rides to most locations in downtown Asheville were typically only between 10-15 minutes. If you are bringing cars, the driveway leading the house is quite large so you will have plenty of room to park multiple cars without having to block each other in.
We will, without a doubt, return to the Avondale Ridge House. We all highly recommend this house to any larger groups looking for scenic views and close proximity to the Blue Ridge Mountains and downtown Asheville.
Stay at 150 Avondale Ridge
We rented this property for a reunion. Property is spacious and clean. View are great. Easy access to downtown Asheville. The road leading upto to the property is steep. Furniture and TV are old and need to be updated.
Huge, beautiful house!
We rented this house for a family wedding and comfortably slept 15 of us. The house was huge! Spacious, beautiful balconies on each floor to hang out on. We had such a great weekend and the house had everything we needed. The only scary part was the drive up the road to the house, but please don’t let that deter you. It was well worth the drive! We couldn’t have asked for a better place today. My entire family loved it!
Beautiful, great views, comfortable beds!
Beautiful, clean, comfortable beds! Just what we needed to get away for a long weekend. We had 14 people and it did not feel over crowded at all.
Great weekend escape
The house was great. It fit our family perfect and there was plenty of space. It was clean and really well stocked in every area.
Perfect summer vacation
We spent a week at Avondale Ridge in late July 2017. There were 11 of us in all, ranging in age from 2 to 71.
The house was very comfortable for our large group, clean, and spacious. The adults enjoyed quiet time on the porches with views of the mountains and the sunset on the upper porch. The kids loved having their own space in the basement. The yard is small, and parts of it are quite steep but this made it more fun for our older kids (ages 6-10). They even found a wild blackberry bush. The air conditioning systems worked well, the furniture and beds were comfortable. The neighborhood was quiet, although we could hear road noise from the highway in the distance. We appreciated some of the extra conveniences, such as having a crib and highchair on request, and the extra fridge in the basement. Even though it was summer we had a fire outside in the fire pit, which was fun. It was a quick 10-15 minute drive to downtown Asheville. It was also very close to the Biltmore and the Western North Carolina Nature Sanctuary.
The drive to the house is steep and twisty. We were expecting this based on the description, so were not surprised. Fortunately, we all arrived before dark. Noise did travel easily in the house -- not through the walls, but from the creaking ceilings of the upper floors to the lowers when people were walking above. This was not really that big a deal, considering all the other positives of the house. All in all, I would definitely recommend Avondale Ridge. We would return again.
Location, location! All with privacy, lovely views & convenience. Avondale Ridge borders the Blue Ridge Parkway (BRP) National Park and is conveniently accessed - just a mile off NC Hwy 74 - at the confluence of I-40, I-240 and nearby ramp access to the BRP - extremely convenient to downtown Asheville (just outside the city limits & about 5 miles to downtown - views of the south side of city from the decks), the Biltmore Estate (next exit west off I-40 - maybe 10 minutes away), & Chimney Rock Park (Chimney Rock Park is about 23 miles south on Hwy 74). Downtown has wonderful, eclectic, local dining & shopping. What a great town to walk & explore. Grocery shopping is located within five minutes of the house on Hwy 74 along with additional shopping & dining. Asheville is great for Antiquing, Arts & Craft shopping, dining, hiking, biking, golfing, and all the Southern Appalachian & Western NC Mountains have to offer. Call for suggestion about what to do Other Activities: Biltmore Estate, Blue Ridge Parkway, Chimney Rock Park, Appalachian & Great Smokey Mtns.