AUTUMN RETREATS
Guest Cottages & Houses - Camp Cabins - Camp Sites
Beginning August 16, 2020

Autumn in the Blue Ridge Mountains is spectacular. And on Kanuga’s 1,400 acres, there’s so much to enjoy in addition to the beautiful fall foliage. From exploring our 20 miles of trails to experiencing the new Ride Kanuga mountain bike park, there are many ways to enjoy the crisp mountain air and gorgeous fall colors. With no minimum stay required, book a night for a quick staycation, a getaway week, or more to savor Kanuga as long as you like. Kanuga is operating with health and safety measures in place for your protection and that of our staff.

Please refer to the most up-to-date version of our guest health and safety covenant here. A detailed chart on this webpage provides a snapshot of which Kanuga services are anticipated to open during the phases of NC’s reopening.

GUEST COTTAGES & HOUSES
Each historic cottage or guest house features a porch, living room with fireplace, and plenty of charm. Accommodations range in size from one to six bedrooms and are equipped with a mini-refrigerator and microwave. Per night rates vary depending on the number of bedrooms and cottage amenities. No minimum night stay.

CAMP CABINS & CAMP SITES
Each cabin sleeps up to 10:
Bunk beds w camp mattresses (bedding not provided)
Screened windows
Open-air bathroom and shower facilities (two toilets and two showers each cabin)

Camp Sites:
Tent camp sites include a fire ring and a picnic table. There are water spigots nearby. Bathrooms (no showers) are a short walk across campus. 
Pavilion camp sites include a fire ring and 2 large wooden sleeping shelters. There is no running water at the Pavilion camp sites. Bathrooms (no showers) are a short walk across campus.

Rustic hike-in camp sites include a fire ring and flat ground for tents, surrounded by trees for hammocks. There are no bathrooms or potable water.

GUEST COTTAGES & HOUSES
Autumn B&B Retreats include a light continental breakfast daily with pastries, yogurt,  fruit, 
coffee, and tea. Kanuga Market offers pick-up snacks, soft drinks, beer, and wine. Guests may bring lunch and dinner options from home, or enjoy local dining in Hendersonville.

CAMP CABINS & CAMP SITES
Plan to bring your own food and drink. Camp stoves and grills are allowed, but must be kept and used outside of your cabin. Don’t forget to bring your own plates, eating utensils, and picnic baskets. Campfires are allowed in established fire pits only; firewood may be purchased when you make your reservation, or by calling our front desk to arrange for delivery

Many activities are included with your reservation, including nature hikes and walking trails, personal outdoor worship, tennis, and basketball. On some weekends, such as Labor Day, swimming and boating may also be available. Your favorite spaces, like the rocking chair porch and Daisy’s Lake Trail await your visit this fall. 

New! Ride Kanuga mountain bike park, featuring 8 miles of world-class trails for all ages and skill levels, is open. Designed by world-champion Neko Mulally, the new trails have no impact on Kanuga guest hiking and, most importantly, were constructed in compliance with our Forestry Stewardship Plan. Visit RideKanuga.com to book your mountain biking experience.

GUEST COTTAGES & HOUSES
Bed linens and towels are provided; please bring your own pillow. Daily housekeeping is not provided, but additional towels and linens are available.

Upon check-out, trash should be placed in outside bins and furniture arranged as it was at check-in.

A $150 housekeeping deposit is applied at booking, and if the cottage is left in good condition, refunded. Examples of why a deposit would not be refunded include furniture being rearranged, arts and crafts (such as clay, playdough, paint) left on floors or porches, excessive trash or dirt, furniture taken from other buildings on campus, etc. This deposit may also be utilized to offset additional labor hours needed if established check-out times are not honored.

CAMP CABINS & CAMP SITES
No linens, pillows, or other bedding are provided, so please bring your own. Cabins will be disinfected and sanitized prior to your arrival, following CDC and health department guidelines. Paper towels and toilet paper will be provided, and there are on-premise laundry facilities, but bring your own detergent! Daily housekeeping will not be provided.

  • There is a refundable $75.00 cleaning fee for the cabin rentals
  • Campsites have a $15.00 refundable grounds keeping deposit

ALL LODGING:

Check-in:
 5-7 p.m. (check in after 7 p.m. requires pre-arrangement)
Check-out: 10 a.m.

Note: These are the check-in/check-out times required for us to operate safely during the pandemic, but should you arrive early, please let us know. You are welcome to enjoy the property until your lodging is ready.

Kanuga Market—located in the conference center’s main lodge—features all of your favorite Kanuga apparel, caps, coffee mugs, artwork, and more. It’s also where you’ll find wine, beer, and snacks. Check your reservation details for Kanuga Market hours.

Use the links to find out what to bring to make the most of your visit. (Note: During the pandemic, guests bring their own pillows!)

GUEST COTTAGES & HOUSES
CAMP CABINS & CAMP SITES