Guest Cottages & Guest Houses
A Time for Renewal and Reflection
We are pleased to invite you to enjoy our 1,400 acres for Kanuga’s Autumn B&B Retreats, an innovative vacation solution that offers fun getaways with easy-to-follow health and safety guidelines.
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.
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 cottage is ready.
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.
Autumn B&B Retreats include a light continental breakfast daily with pastries, yogurt, fruit, coffee, and tea. Kanuga Market, open 8-11 a.m. and 4-5 p.m. daily, offers pick-up snacks, soft drinks, beer, and wine. Guests may bring lunch and dinner options from home, or enjoy local dining in Hendersonville.
In numbers of twenty five or less, cottage guest groups may enjoy nature hikes and walking trails, outdoor worship, fishing (catch-and-release), basketball, and tennis. Additional activities and programs may be available for a fee. You are welcome to bring tennis rackets, bikes & helmets, frisbees, camping chairs, shade umbrellas, or hammocks for playing and relaxing outdoors.
Ride Kanuga mountain bike park is now open on the grounds of Camp Kanuga. We are excited to share this new recreational offering for all ages and skill levels. The mountain biking trails have been designed by world-champion Neko Mulally. The new trails have no impact on hiking and, most importantly, were constructed in compliance with our Forestry Stewardship Plan. Visit RideKanuga.com to book your mountain biking experience.
Kanuga Market—located in the 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.
Kanuga's Reopening Guidelines
*Kanuga follows guidance for religious services from the Bishop of Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina. Currently, in-person indoor worship services are not permitted. Outdoor worship services are limited to 25 participants. These are subject to change.