While Brevard and Transylvania County are a hiking and mountain biking paradise, not everyone wants to pitch a tent at night, despite all the jaw-dropping places to do that. For a small mountain town, Brevard NC has a surprising wide range of lodging options, whether you prefer your creature comforts in the city, the country, or to commune more directly with nature.
Wherever you choose to lay your head, you’re not far from challenging trails, stunning vistas and mesmerizing natural beauty. Browse the list t find lodging near Dupont State Forest and Hooker Falls, or close to Pisgah National Forest. Before you close your eyes, do yourself a favor. Be sure to suck in a deep breath of our clean mountain air and spend a few minutes marveling at the star-encrusted sky overhead.
City Comforts: Historic to Vintage to Modern
If your idea of the ideal getaway is a comfortable bed and hot shower with fresh croissants a short walk away, Brevard offers a mix of historic, unique, retro and dependable lodgings.
The Inn at Brevard
The Campbell House
Red House Inn
The Sunset Motel
Brevard NC hotels include two national chains, the Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express, both of which are familiar with hikers and mountain bikers.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Brevard
Comfort in the Country: Innovative to Traditional
Once upon a time the only way to enjoy the outdoors was to rough it in a campground or tent, or maybe a cramped RV with thin mattresses. No longer.
There’s a new breed of comfort in the country — with mountain bike and hiking trails right outside your door — with innovative “glamping” and newly constructing forest lodgings. Or opt for well-appointed B&Bs in bucolic rolling farmland next to gurgling creeks.
The Bike Farm
Pilot Cove Forest Lodging
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The Pisgah Inn
The Pedal Inn Bike Ranch
Key Falls Inn
Transylvania River House
Mountain Experiences: High Elevations to Deep River Valleys
Transylvania County boasts the highest elevation change east of the Mississippi, which gives you the full range of mountain experiences — from atop the breezy Pisgah Ridge to waterside in tranquil river valleys with nothing but beautiful points in-between.