Ashevillage Sanctuary: Downtown’s EcoSweet Retreat > Stay at the guest house at our demonstration site. Whole house and individual rooms are available.
• SLEEPS UP TO 12 PEOPLE
• WE ARE A FEW BLOCKS TO DOWNTOWN
• BORDERING 60 ACRES OF WOODS WITH A TRAIL
• GORGEOUS SUNLIT ECO HOUSE WITH CLAY WALLS
• 1 ACRE URBAN PARADISE WITH BEAUTIFUL GARDENS, PONDS & WATERFALL
We are so thankful for the opportunity to experience Ashevillage on our recent visit to NC. From the moment we stepped on the property, we knew we had entered a special place.
WELCOME to our beautiful, natural guest house. We’re a few blocks from downtown Asheville, NC. There are two houses on site — one is the main guest house, the other is residential with extra rooms for larger parties. We’re surrounded by extensive gardens, aquaponic ponds, a waterfall, and recycled stone courtyard and ampitheatre. You can walk out the front door and into town in just eight minutes, or out back into 60 acres of woods and trails.
BEAUTIFUL AND NATURALLY RENOVATED
Our 1,850 sq ft guest house features: Four charming bedrooms (with three additional rooms next door). The homes are charmed with custom-made clay paints, curved corners, built-in niches and arches throughout. There’s a large kitchen, living and dining rooms, shared office area with desks, hardwood floors, 1.5 baths, a wood-burning stove, wifi, washer and dryer, and plenty of natural sunlight. We kept the original paned windows and trim. The home has a peaceful feeling in every room. Our guests say they love it here!
Every room is uniquely beautiful.
Each room has 2-3 beds (a combination of queens and singles) and is fully furnished. Beds are dressed with sheets, blankets, comforters, pillows and pillow cases. We supply towels and everything else you would need to have a happy stay here. Our guests say they sleep very well.
LOCATION IS EVERYTHING
Walk a few blocks and get to know the exciting downtown of Asheville. The vibrant street culture of our mountain town is filled with organic restaurants that boast local food, cafes, a tea house, yoga studios (there are many), an indie movie theatre, art galleries and more. We are three minutes to the Biltmore Estate and a few more to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Hiking, tubing, biking and more are all close by!
Part of the magic of Ashevillage is all the extraordinary people who work, volunteer, and pass through this community hub. What an inspiring place!
WALKING THE TALK!
The Ashevillage team, community members and friends, have developed our one-acre site into a demonstration of integrated ecological systems that can be scaled to any environment. We believe firmly in creating the world we want to live in now and putting our beliefs into practice in our own backyard. We grow food and medicine, capture and use rainwater, and show others how to do the same.
• 18,000 gallon rainwater catchment ponds and natural habitat with aquaponic greenhouse
• Two naturally renovated houses with clay paint and plaster throughout
• Beautiful and organic edible, medicinal and flowered landscape
• Woodland area with earthen structures and access to trails
• Outdoor cooking area with wood-fired stove and oven
• Bees, soldier fly larvae and mushroom production
• Natural buildings, renovations and mud art
• Recycled urbanite patio
• A three-night minimum is required.
• The whole house is $365/night up to six guests.
• More than six guests: $35 extra/night/person.
• Plus $120 one-time cleaning fee + 10.75% tax.
• $75 single/$90 double.
• Plus 10.75% tax.
• Discounts start at three weeks. Inquire within.
There is a $100 processing fee for cancellations. 65% of your total payment is refundable if cancelled 30 days before check-in. There will be NO refunds for cancellations within 30 days of check-in.
In order to confirm your reservation, full payment is required via a check. Let us know that your check is actually in the mail, and your reservation will be confirmed. Send check to:
80 Buchanan Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
Ben Bruckman at email@example.com, (619) 808 2505.
Ashevillage Sanctuary is an LLC partner of the Ashevillage Institute.