Stay near great dining, live music, and other fun things to do in West Asheville

Nestled in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, the Country Inn & Suites, Asheville West, NC places guests close to a vibrant arts, culture, and entertainment scene. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region with a scenic hike through Chimney Rock State Park, or plan an unforgettable date night in downtown Asheville, where charming restaurants, shops, and celebrated breweries abound. If you're a fan of live music, don't miss popular venues like the U.S. Cellular Center and The Orange Peel. Of course, no trip to Asheville is complete without a visit to the Biltmore Estate, where you can walk the expansive grounds or find things to do like horseback riding and wine tasting. After taking in the breathtaking sights of Asheville, kick back and relax in our hotel lobby with complimentary cookies, coffee, or tea. 

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Asheville Art Museum

4.88 mi / 7.86 km from the hotel
Located in the Asheville center square, this museum showcases 20th-century and modern American art.

The North Carolina Arboretum

4.9 mi / 7.89 km from the hotel
The North Carolina Arboretum offers a tranquil escape with 65 acres of gardens, 10 miles of trails, and a famed bonsai collection.


5 mi / 8.04 km from the hotel
Built in 1895, this 8,000-acre estate is America's largest home and boasts 250 exquisitely furnished rooms, including a grand banquet hall, an indoor garden, and a 10,000-volume library. Explore the gardens, grounds, and winery during your visit.

The Orange Peel

4.98 mi / 8.01 km from the hotel
Music lovers won't want to miss a visit to this intimate live music venue, known for the wide and eclectic range of artists who perform there.

U.S. Cellular Center

4.95 mi / 7.96 km from the hotel
Attend a trade show, see musicians perform live, or laugh your way through some of the finest comedy routines around at Asheville's largest event venue.

WNC Farmers Market

2.02 mi / 3.25 km from the hotel
Overlooking the Biltmore Estate, this farmers market is widely recognized as the place to go for locally grown produce, honey, garden plants, and baked goods.