10 Quirky Airbnbs in Asheville, N.C.
With great beer, food, music and outdoor activities, Asheville, North Carolina, is a worthy destination year-round—but it really shines in the fall. The Blue Ridge Mountains’ vibrant foliage peaks in October, while the city stays busy with fall festivals, concerts and events.
After you’ve toured the historic Biltmore Estate, stopped in at a few of the city’s 13 breweries, and checked out some Hunger Games filming locations, you’ll need a place to rest your weary head. Hotels range from budget to luxury, but Airbnb offers some of the most unique lodging experiences in Asheville and the surrounding area, ranging from rustic cabins and yurts to artist studios. Here are 10 of our favorites.