Yearning to get away but wanting something luxuriously rustic and romantic – and not too close to other guests? The Cabin Suites at Wildberry Lodge offer the ultimate socially-distanced vacation getaway in Asheville!
Are the Blue Ridge Mountains really blue? Do bears really walk around downtown Asheville? Well, come on down and see for yourself!
Perched 2,700 feet up in North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains, Wildberry Lodge reflects our love for the area and passion for innkeeping. The inn’s accommodations consist of both the main building, which contains four rooms and one suite, and “The Cabin Suites at Wildberry,” a separate 2-story building which houses two spacious suites, The Wildberry Suite and The Honeymoon Suite.
The Wineberry Suite is on the ground level, with separate sleeping and living quarters, a full kitchen, washer/dryer and a large full bath with jetted tub and shower. Cozy up by the gas fireplace in the living room while you enjoy a movie or DVD. The chef in your entourage will appreciate the kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, smooth-surface range, full-size oven and dishwasher. Pots, pans, dishes, flatware and other kitchen basics are included as well.
The Honeymoon Suite is on the upper level, and is the largest, most luxurious suite on the property. With fabulous views of the Smoky Mountains and sunsets through the 20-foot wide “wall of windows”, it is truly a perfect place to spend a romantic getaway-whether it is your honeymoon or not! As with the Wildberry Suite, a full range of accoutrements awaits you, including a gas fireplace, full kitchen and a spa bathroom with all the bells and whistles including a true tub for two with a setting for a waterfall over your shoulders!
Breakfast is optional in the cabin suites; however, you are welcome to join our bed and breakfast guests at the Wildberry Lodge for a three or four-course gourmet breakfast for an additional charge.
And in case you decide to dine out, here are 4 new Asheville outside dining options:
- Asheville Proper: A live-fire dining experience where traditional service and modern comforts are taken to new heights. Asheville Proper prepares locally-sourced food over a custom hardwood-fueled grill where wood crackles and sparks fly through smoke. Located in the Grove Arcade.
- Jettie Rae’s Oyster House: A “mashup” of your favorite childhood beachside “joint” combined with an elegant oyster bar, Jennie Rae’s features fresh seafood and handcrafted dishes that draw upon the Gullah Geechee, French, Native American and Spanish cultures for influence. Located in a renovated 70-year old Gulf gas station on Charlotte Street.
- El Gallo: A casual restaurant with a serious approach to Mexican cooking, El Gallo began as a pop up restaurant known as The Rooster. Oaxacan and Mexico City-style tacos and sandwiches are available all day and all evening; the dinner menu is served from 5-9. El Gallo is now located in the former Table location at 48 Chestnut Street.
- Iconic Kitchen and Drinks: It’s a road trip without the car! Another former gas station-turned-restaurant, Iconic Kitchen features “iconic” food and drink from coast to coast and dozens of cities in-between. Iconic uses locally sourced, fresh ingredients, served along with a revolving selection of the best local craft beers and classic mixed drinks.Located in Asheville’s South Slope.
Your stay at Wildberry Lodge features well-appointed guest rooms and luxurious private baths. All rooms enjoy tranquil views of lush greenery and our spectacular mountains. Check out our specials, book online or call us at 828-683-2525.