Creek Lodge in Arden (Asheville) North Carolina
Bent Creek Lodge Arden Asheville North Carolina Bed and Breakfast B&B Mountain Retreat Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Jodee & Doug Sellers
Address: Bent Creek Lodge, 10 Parkway Crescent, Asheville, North Carolina 28704
Activities/Attractions: The city of Asheville is the largest city in Western North Carolina and the county seat of Buncombe County. The city is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is known for its natural beauty. Asheville has long been a favorite vacation destination for romantic getaways. Here are a few reasons to visit:
"Having just returned from a two night stay at the Bent Creek Lodge it is highly recommended. I took my parents for there 50th. Anniversary and we were very pleased with our stay. The owner took care of us including our Biltmore Estate entry tickets so we had no stress. The lodge is comfortable and relaxing."
"We loved our stay at the Bent Creek Lodge! The accommodations were comfortable, relaxing & clean. The view of the mountains was spectacular! We relaxed on the spacious deck every evening. Breakfasts were a culinary masterpiece. The hosts were gracious, knowledgeable and helpful in every way. We highly recommend the Bent Creek Lodge for anyone travelling to the Asheville area."
"This place was more than I imagined it would be. I have never felt so at home in any other B&B. The view is out of this world. We will be back!"
"My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Bent Creek Lodge. It was a beautiful setting that seemed secluded and yet was not far from down town Asheville. Doug and Jodee were very helpful and hospitable during our stay."
"The accommodation character and atmosphere really made our trip, Perfect place to escape to for a R & R mountain vacation. I don't think Asheville would have been experienced to its fullest without our stay at the Lodge. My husband and I loved the perfect balance of privacy and socialization that really allowed for us to unwind completely."
"Quiet, secluded and peaceful. We look forward to visiting again soon."
"Nice people. Beautiful rooms, good food and great surroundings. Close to Biltmore, mountain trails, canoeing and shopping."
"Spent 3 nights at the Bent Creek Lodge and would not have wanted to stay any other place!! I've stayed at a couple of other Bed and Breakfasts in Asheville before and none of them come close to the Bent Creek Lodge!"
"We enjoyed our stay at Bent Creek Lodge. The lodge was beautiful and in a wooded setting, and it was so relaxing to sit by the fire reading or playing games. The rooms were nicely done and we enjoyed coffee and a very good breakfast."
General Information: Welcome to Bent Creek Lodge ... located in the mountains outside Asheville, North Carolina ... where we've created a comfortable, relaxing retreat that allows you to stay in the wooded mountains you came to visit. Bent Creek Lodge sits in a forested triangle between the Blue Ridge Parkway and the French Broad River. You can enjoy the trails and creeks on the 160 acre wooded community or travel out for more adventures.
We believe that nature can "soothe the soul" and the woods surrounding the lodge, the creeks, and the mountain views give you a perfect place to enjoy its relaxing and rejuvenating beauty. We wanted the inside of the lodge to be as inviting as the surroundings.
The Luhn House is available for vacation rental. This 3 bedroom home is located next door to the Lodge, perfect for a group.
Payment Accepted: Check, traveler's check, cash, Master Card, Visa, and Discover.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
An afternoon snack and a full gourmet breakfast is included with your stay and always includes fresh fruit, juice, hot coffee and a variety of Jodee’s delectable specialties, from Blueberry Strata to Breakfast Enchiladas.
"Overall, awesome! Only 15 minutes away from downtown Asheville, and just a few miles from I-26, the Bent Creek Lodge was a perfect getaway."
"Bent Creek is the place to visit when you just need to relax and decompress. It is very close to the amenities of a full service city but feels like you are off in the wilderness when you need peace and quiet. Kudos to the innkeepers, Doug and Jodee."
"My wife and stayed at the Bent Creek Lodge for our one-year wedding anniversary in October of 2007. It was just a four-day weekend, but it was one of the best trips we've ever taken. We can't say enough good things about Bent Creek."