Our Asheville Venue is Perfect for Get Togethers
Ten guest rooms, a meeting room, the casual atmosphere, the options for catered meals, the spacious decks and the proximity to town makes our Asheville Venue an ideal facility for your next group event. We have hosted a variety of groups at Bent Creek Lodge from corporate retreats, small weddings, family reunions, yoga seminars, non-profit group retreats, to off-site workshops. We also host fine dining dinners for groups, as well as catered luncheon meetings. We are able to provide meals for your group whether you are interested in fine gourmet dining or a casual country barbeque. We are also able to help plan recreational activities for your group, such as fly fishing excursions, golf days, team building activities, rafting trips and more. We are happy to help you plan a retreat that fits your group’s needs.
My husband and I spent 3 nights at The Bent Creek Lodge for a “cousin reunion”. Our group age range was 50 – 63, and we came from all over the country: Arizona, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Virginia and New Jersey. Half of our group stayed next door at the Luhn house, and half of us stayed in rooms at the Bent Creek Lodge. It was a perfect arrangement for our reunion. My husband and I stayed in the Wildflower room, and it met all of my requirements for perfection: soooo quiet, excellent bed, good-sized bathroom with room to put things, and quality linens and furnishings. The common rooms in the Lodge are beautiful and comfortable. They include a pool table, a tv, and complimentary water, tea and sodas all day (coffee all morning and homemade cookies every afternoon). Breakfast was a gourmet treat, served every morning between 8:30 and 9:00. Our group broke up into smaller groups during the day and enjoyed hiking on local trails, “urban hiking” in nearby Asheville and Brevard, and just hanging out, playing some pool and visiting! I kick myself for not getting the the NC Arboretum, which is only a mile away … but we’ll do that on a return visit! 🙂 The terraced gardens in the “backyard” of the Lodge were actually a “mini-arboretum’!