Laurel Mountain Retreat Cabins

Laurel Mountain Retreat - Entrance
Laurel Mountain Retreat - Cabins
Laurel Mountain Retreat - Hot Tub

 Laurel Mountain Retreat is a dream location for those who are looking for a cabin experience that’s close to Asheville. Located in Weaverville, NC - just 15 minutes north of downtown Asheville - these five recently renovated and newly furnished cabins are nestled on 17 private acres. You’re sure to find your favorite home-away-from-home at Laurel Mountain Retreat!

Each cabin has been professionally decorated to match a theme of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Asheville area. From Red Bird’s Asheville music scene to Elk Path’s rustic lodge feel, and Chanterelle's whimsical cheer to Evergreen's nature theme, you’ll feel right at home in the cabin that best expresses your favorite parts of the region.

Enjoy great amenities such as: private hot tubs, gas fireplaces, private porches, private charcoal grills, pet-friendly, free Wi-Fi, flat screen TV’s with cable, washer and dryer in unit, and more! Perhaps one of the best amenities is location. These cabins are located just north of Asheville and are easy access to downtown in under 15 minutes.

While you’re at Laurel Mountain Retreat, you’ll have access to 17 acres of mixed meadows, woods, and a babbling brook. The grounds are perfect for playing with the kids, letting the dog run, or just taking a romantic stroll.

No matter where your Blue Ridge adventure leads you during the day, all paths lead back to Laurel Mountain Retreat, brought to you by Carolina Mornings!


Laurel Mountain Retreat - Chanterelle Chanterelle ~
Sleeps 4
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Laurel Mountain Retreat - Elk Path Elk Path ~
Sleeps 5
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Laurel Mountain Retreat - Evergreen Evergreen ~
Sleeps 3
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Laurel Mountain Retreat - Red Bird Red Bird ~
Sleeps 4
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Laurel Mountain Retreat - Brookside
Brookside ~
Sleeps 4
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Laurel Mountain Retreat and Carolina Mornings work hard to protect our natural environment! This property is proudly recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as Certified Wildlife Habitat, and provides food, water, shelter, and a place for our mountain wildlife to raise its young (Habitat #18922814)