I stayed in cabin No.8 with my husband and two girls. It was a lovely cute cabin but a bit smaller that I was expecting. Nevertheless we had a lovely stay. I had ordered wood for the fire but was told they didn't have any so we went to the supermarket down the road and bought some.
The cabin had a living area with table and chairs, sofa, fireplace and TV. The kitchen was clean but small and the equipment quite old. From the kitchen you accessed the bathroom which was so tiny you literally could not swing a cat in it. This was even more old and I did not fancy using the shower as it did not look all that great. Another door led from the other side of the bathroom to the second bedroom which had a double bed and not much else, then from the second bedroom you got the master bedroom, a king bed, and some storage, and from there back to the living area. So you could do a lap of the cabin through all the rooms, it was really quite strange. However, we did enjoy it for our one night there. I cooked, my husband lit the fire (it had been a cold and rainy day so this was quite welcome, even in July) and we spent a cosy evening in front of the fire.
The beds were comfortable, the area nice and quiet, no unwanted light in the cabins, the sheets lovely and clean and everything was warm enough. You couldn't ask for more in terms of cosiness and sleep quality. Very lovely.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked away near a main artery to downtown Asheville is one of the most unique accommodations the area has to offer - authentic log cabins which were built in the 1930s. PET FRIENDLY. Located 5 1/2 miles north of Asheville, the cabins offer the same quaint charm and romance that tourists to Asheville have enjoyed for years. One and two bedroom cabins and a four bedroom lodge are available. Some cabins have fireplaces and kitchens. All are fully equipped with linens, cable TV and wireless internet. Picnic tables and grills are available. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Log Cabin Motor Court Hotel Asheville