Marshall is located just 25 minutes north west of Asheville, North Carolina and is a hub for the arts. Art studios and galleries are flourishing in our quaint, riverside town that also serves as the County seat. The art culture in Marshall is quickly gaining traction and it’s easy to see why this attractive town is growing in popularity. Come experience Marshall for yourself!
The town of Marshall’s history was defined by the French Broad River. The Main Street has the river on one side and a cliff on the other. Transportation routes along the river and the subsequent railroad created a booming economy for the town in the past. The courthouse demonstrates the town’s importance as county seat and the historic Allen House sits amidst historic businesses, both exhibiting architectural beauty. The mix of the government and the eclectic art studios creates a unique atmosphere for the town. Across the bridge, Blannahassett Island provides a peaceful setting for picnics and recreational activities.
Nestled on the shore of the French Broad River awaits a selection of cabins and rental properties for your next getaway. Whether you want to be tucked away in the forest or high up in the mountains, you can find the right lodging for your trip.
Not only is Marshall an excellent destination for a vacation, it also is convenient located to Asheville and other amazing Western North Carolina areas you’ll want to visit.
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Marshall is alive with activity and the restaurant scene is proud to host frequent live music and entertainment many nights of the week.
Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a quick snack there is something in Marshall for everybody.
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