For a city with everything from hiking in the wilderness to wining and dining, consider vacationing in Hendersonville. This vibrant city in North Carolina welcomes families and couples to get outdoors and explore. Head to museums and enjoy history or stroll down the historic Main Street, with plenty of opportunity to shop, dine and enjoy live music. Eating will never be a problem in Hendersonville, with every cuisine you could want on offer in funky cafés and fine dining restaurants.
Top things to do in Hendersonville include wandering around the historic Downtown. The area is on the National Register of Historic Places and now offers a range of art galleries, antique stores boutiques and restaurants. To learn more about local history, make your way to the Henderson County Heritage Museum, which is set in a county courthouse from 1905. For plane enthusiasts, there is the Western North Carolina Air Museum showcasing vintage airplanes. Elsewhere, Hikers and bikers can join the Oklawaha Greenway Trail along Mud Creek and explore the Holmes National State Forest. In addition, DuPont State Recreational Forest allows hikers to go on an adventure and discover locations where the Hunger Games was filmed. Jump Off Rock is a particularly popular scenic overlook that boasts the best views of Blue Ridge Range and Pisgah Mountain Range.
The best time to visit Hendersonville is during the spring and summer months.
With the second largest downtown area in western North Carolina, the town of Hendersonville NC has a huge range of things to do and see, with more than 100 shops and 25 restaurants, many art galleries and plenty of vacation rentals. Flat Rock Playhouse is the town’s theater to catch a show, while the Southern Appalachian Brewery is the place for a beer afterwards. Meanwhile, a visit to Biltmore Estate, America’s largest home, is sure to leave you in awe.
On the outskirts of town is the beautiful Dupont State Forest, the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, the mighty Chimney Rock, Blowing Rock, and Lake Lure. All these are just a few of the area's attractions, many of which are around a 30-minute from a vacation home in Hendersonville. For a stunning drive, take the Blue Ridge Parkway near Hendersonville North Carolina.
Hendersonville cabin rentals are popular throughout the year, and are ideal to create a home away from home on your travels. Rentals in Hendersonville are varied, coming in all shapes and sizes, and suitable for a range of budgets. Some rentals even have additional extras such as a hot tub. If you have a vacation home in Henderson County over Labor Day weekend, be sure to take part in the annual NC Apple Festival!
Find the perfect accommodation for your trip at AllTheRooms.com. We aggregate Airbnb, VRBO, Homeaway and others. Hendersonville has 840 hotels, vacation rentals and other special places to stay, with prices to suit careful travellers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. When traveling on a budget, the cheapest place to stay in Hendersonville is available at $20 per night. The average price of an accommodation is $159 per night.
If you have to have internet access during your time in Hendersonville, then you can choose from over 424 accommodations that provide WiFi internet. 47 places to stay include a morning meal. Choose from 26 places to stay that provide gym options, so you won't miss a single workout. If you're planning on getting to Hendersonville by car, be sure to choose from 415 accommodations that provide parking. We track 12 vacation rentals that have a pool or jacuzzi.
Those traveling with a dog, cat or some other animal can stay in one of 159 accommodations that are designated as pet-friendly.
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