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Hotels in Fletcher start at $62 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Located just 9 miles from the charming city of Asheville, the town of Fletcher, NC offers you a plethora of affordable, nationally recognized hotel options just across the road from its efficient regional airport. The Tudor House, A delightfully quaint bed and breakfast 2 miles into the woods offers a serene option with fireplaces, down comforters, spa baths, and a private garden for your stay in one of four rooms.
Nine miles north, the city of Asheville offers a broader range of hotel options for your trip to the Fletcher area. Gathered along Tunnel Road and Biltmore Village, there are a number of national brands as well as highly regarded independent hoteliers providing you with a good night’s rest.
If you prefer a grand historic and expansive Craftsman-style hotel with a great view of the mountains, there is an exquisite property just a few miles from Fletcher. The Omni Grove Park Inn, a sprawling 1913 lodge boasts original Roycroft Arts and Crafts-style furnishings and fixtures enhanced by an elegant European spa, a 1926 Donald Ross par 70 golf course, and several fabulous dining options.
If your preferences lean toward a small, downtown boutique hotel with 30 large, luxurious suites, downtown Ashville's Haywood Park Hotel is the very thing. Within walking distance to dining, theatre, art, and live music, there are a couple of historic, authentic hotels that are certain to please. Perhaps you'd rather stay in a simple, rustic mountain retreat that serves up bed and breakfast in style? Several hoteliers, like The Bent Creek Lodge, The Black Mountain Inn, and the Wildberry Lodge have just what you seek for your Fletcher vacation.
A fabulous choice for a vacation trip, and a lucky assignment for a business trip, the Fletcher, NC area offers you a range of lodging options. If your trip spans the high season, it is wise to book ahead, as summer continues to draw ever-increasing crowds.