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Garden View Charles Street Garden Suite is a guest accommodation located in Saluda, a small historic town in the mountains of Western North Carolina. This single guest suite is situated on the grounds of Charles Street Garden, one block from Main Street and adjacent to the little 19th century Episcopal church. Charles Street Garden has been featured in the series "A Gardener's Diary" on HGTV Network.

Reference to the suite is included in the annual N.C. Official Travel Guide, in the Handmade in America Series publication Farms, Gardens, and Countryside Trails of WNC, and in the book Romantic North Carolina. In addition, the suite was included in a feature article about Saluda in the travel section of The State newspaper, Columbia, S. C., and in an article on Western North Carolina which appeared in the July 2002 issue of Travel and Leisure magazine. Also, an article about the garden which surrounds the guest suite and our home was included in the Fall 2007 issue of the magazine Carolina Home & Garden. The suite has also been reviewed on Trip Advisor.

Garden Picture 2Suite Features
  • Accommodates one or two adults; rate based on single and double occupancy
  • Smoke-free environment indoors and in the garden
  • Private parking and private entry
  • Wireless Internet connection
  • Cable television
  • Central heat and air
  • Sitting/dining area with a large bay window overlooking a private garden space
  • Queen sized bed
  • Private bath
  • Linens provided
    (for water recreation use, please bring own towels)
  • Fully equipped galley kitchen – complimentary coffees and teas provided
  • On request, a complimentary light breakfast will be included and will be served in the suite
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Excellent bird watching - the garden is a certified National Wildlife Federation Backyard Habitat.
  • Printed materials for self-guided walks and drives in and around Saluda and nearby areas
  • Guest information book about Saluda and the area
  • Unable to accommodate pets

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Rate
$95 per night
Plus Sales & Occupancy Tax

2 night minimum

Methods of Payment
Check or Cash
(To pay by credit card, please visit our site at Airbnb Saluda NC)

Arrival and Departure
Check-in Time begins at 1:00 P.M.
Check-out Time is by 11:00 A.M.

To ensure a reservation, a deposit of half of the total cost needs to be made within 5 days of the request. The deposit is refunded in full if cancellation occurs more than 5 days prior to the stay. If cancellation occurs within 5 days of the reservation, the deposit will be refunded if we are able to book other guests for those dates.

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Information

Our single guest suite is available year-round.  

For further information, please contact:

Walter & Sherry Hoover, Proprietors
Charles Street Garden
76 Charles Street
P.O. Box 337
Saluda, NC  28773
(828) 749-5846

charlesstreetgarden@rsnet.org

Charles Street Garden Suite side yard view

Directions


Take exit 59, the Saluda exit, off I-26 and follow the signs to Saluda. The connector (Ozone Drive) will dead end at U.S. 176 about one mile from that exit. Take 176 to the right. This will take you into downtown Saluda. At the corner where there is a blinking traffic light and a bank, turn right. At the top of this street (Culipher), turn left; then immediately turn right. You will be on Charles Street and a white Episcopal Church will be on your right. As you come up Charles Street, turn into the first driveway on the right (we share this driveway with the church). On the left, after entering this driveway, you will see a diagonal parking space edged by landscape timbers. This is the guest parking space.

Area Attractions

Saluda is located 30 minutes from Asheville and only 10 minutes from both Hendersonville and Tryon.

 

Nearby attractions include:

  • Hiking
  • Zip-lining
  • Kayaking
  • White Water Rafting
  • Cycling
  • Equestrian Events
  • Winery and Brewery Tours
  • Fine Arts and Crafts
  • Biltmore House
  • Carle Sandburg's Home
  • Flat Rock Playhouse
  • North Carolina Arboretum
  • Festivals
  • Blue Ridge Parkway
  • Golfing
  • Fishing