Mars Hill Rentals & BnBs

Leave the concrete jungle behind and lose yourself in the charming mountain town of Mars Hill, North Carolina. With easy access to Asheville, Mars Hill University and the Appalachian Trail you’re sure to have a memorable stay in a cozy rental or BnB.

Just 20 minutes north of Asheville, Mars Hill is a fun town to explore for a weekend getaway or date night. Take a look at some of the vacation rentals in Mars Hill below!

“Secluded, beautiful, relaxing and charming. Awesome place to get away and enjoy Asheville and surrounding areas!

-Austin T. (about Firefly Cabin)

Rentals & BnBs in Mars Hill

The Bald Mountain House

Surround yourself with the natural wonders of the Cherokee and Pisgah National Forests in North Carolina’s highest elevation luxury inn! Relax in our porch rocking chairs while gazing out at the panoramic views of the Black Mountains and Mt. Mitchell, the tallest peak in the Eastern United States (6,684 feet). Hike the Appalachian Trail with our private, direct entrance. Find out more

Chestnut Mountain Cabin

If you are looking for a site in the mountains of western North Carolina that is in a secluded location and also close to natural attractions and cultural offerings, you have found it! Find out more

The Cottage at Quiver Full Farm

Quiver Full Farm located in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains is the perfect place to take a step back in time. The perfect place for getting away from this fast paced world. Find out more

Firefly Cabin

This lovely cabin has fantastic views of Mars Hill and Mars Hill University. You’ll love the privacy of 6+ acres of a certified wildlife habitat surrounding the property. Find out more

The Grace House Sanctuary & Inn

Just on the edge of the town of Mars Hill, situated on 14 acres is this restored 1917 farmhouse in a picturesque setting. For a restful stay, not only are there large bedrooms and common rooms, but also an open pasture and a wooded trail to explore. Rooms and suites in two buildings offer choices for short getaways or planned events. And, take advantage of the relaxing setting by booking an in-house massage. Find out more

Heron’s Nest Cottage

Herons Nest is located on 20 acres of wooded land, meadows, strolling paths, which includes private river front access for the guests to just relax, read, nap or fish. Find out more

Laurel Creek Cabin

Located two miles off Interstate 26 at Exit #3, on the banks of the Big Laurel River, the Laurel Creek Cabin is conveniently located for skiing. Walk out from the cabin and fish for your dinner as there are 300 feet of fishing on a trout stream. Find out more

Mudluscious Cabin

Located in a Blue Ridge Mountains valley at 3000′, this one-room pioneer log cabin was built in the early to mid 1800s. Enjoy fresh food from our organic gardens. Near hiking, rafting, historic sites. 20 min from Mars Hill, 35 min from Asheville. Find out more

The Near Way

At 3500 feet in the cool Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina is a secluded hideaway. The property has three wooden decks to relax and listen to the sounds of the nearby streams. Find out more

Scenic Wolf Resort Cabins

Scenic Wolf Resort is right there for skiing but it’s available year-round for enjoyment of the spectacular views afforded by its location at the top of the mountain. Find out more

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Hiking in Madison County

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