Hunting lodge décor and rustic, locavore fare at the Red Stag Grill
A 100-work gallery with paintings, sculptures, art glass and jewelry
Live jazz music in the lounge
What To Know
Valet parking is available for $15 per day
WiFi is free
Pets are welcome for a non-refundable fee of $150
Parking on site
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Tudor inspiration, Blue Ridge backdrops and European lodge-style cuisine
The Grand Bohemian doesn’t use the term “grand” lightly. A towering stone fireplace and dark wood pillars preside over gleaming wood-paneled walls, gilt-framed oil paintings and buttery leather armchairs in the Tudor-inspired lobby. Contemporary cocktails curtail that post-dinner thirst, while the meal itself lines up creative hearty fare like elk carpaccio or bison ribeye with blueberry demiglace. Rooms have a lighter, more modern touch with tufted velvet headboards, desks inspired by vintage trunks and antlers curled around metal lamps. Expect to be pampered with Matelasse linens, LCD TVs, Bose alarm clocks, DVDs players and bathrooms with rainfall showers and, in most, oversized soaking tubs.
In the Area
Asheville has America’s most breweries per capita, garnering it the nickname Beer City. Grab the Hop and Go Brewery Shuttle to taste at your own pace. The 1890s Vanderbilt-designed Biltmore Village has brick streets lined with lanterns and locally owned shops like Porter & Prince with its homemade soaps and indie designed clothes. Homey eats are easy to find at Corner Kitchen’s village-house dining room (think pecan-crusted mountain trout and bourbon sweet potatoes). And to get the broader lay of the land, head out along the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway for local ranges with postcard-perfect views.