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Wedding venues in Asheville

Check out this list of local spots to host your special event.

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This setup at The Venue looks like a boho bride’s dream.

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Whether you’re getting a jump start on your holiday party planning or preparing for an upcoming wedding reception or family reunion, check out this list of rentable venues in Asheville.

Note: Guest counts and rates are based on estimations and various options available on each venue’s website. Please contact venue owners to inquire about current availability and pricing.

Intimate gatherings

Cedar Crest Inn, 674 Biltmore Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 11
  • Key features: Historic property, Victorian architecture, bright pink exterior

Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar, 1 Page Ave., #101

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 15-125
  • Key features: Antique furniture, Persian rugs, shelves of books

Biltmore Village Inn, 119 Dodge St.

  • Rate: $3,395+
  • Accommodates 2-34
  • Key features: Historic Queen Anne Victorian home, thriving greenery, sweeping mountain views

Bunn House, 15 Clayton St.

  • Rate: $3,000+
  • Accommodates 2-200
  • Key features: Historic house built in 1905, many packages include a stay in the house

JuneBug Retro Resort, 355 Clarks Chapel Rd., Weaverville

  • Rate: $7,700+
  • Accommodates 20 for treehouse weddings and 150 in the Walnut Cove Ceremony Area
  • Key features: Tree canopies, mountain views, vintage campers

Reverie Events, 9 W. Walnut St., Ste. 1C

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 50 standing inside and 100 standing outside
  • Key features: Downtown location, charming gardens, photobooth

The Botanical Gardens at Asheville, 151 W.T. Weaver Blvd.

  • Rate: $150+
  • Accommodates 30
  • Key features: Outdoor setting surrounded by flowers
Front of Cedar Crest Inn showing Victorian architecture and the bright pink exterior.

Barbie herself would approve of a wedding at Cedar Crest Inn.

Photo by Warren LeMay

Multiple options

Douglas Ellington House, 583 Chunns Cove Rd.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 125
  • Key features: Historic home of architect Douglas Ellington, a stay in Sam & Irma’s cottage is included in package

Grand Bohemian Hotel, 11 Boston Way

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 125 in the Kessler Ballroom, 100 in the Bösendorfer Salon, and 100 on the Tyrolean Terrace for ceremonies
  • Key features: Swarovski crystal chandeliers, complimentary guest room for newlyweds

Haiku, 26 Sweeten Creek Rd.

  • Rate: $100+ per hour for events, $3,700+ for weddings
  • Accommodates 50 guests for Sky Mountain and 150 for the Zen Garden & Chapel
  • Key features: Romantic backdrops, indoor and outdoor venues, elopement + all-inclusive packages

Highland Brewing Co., 12 Old Charlotte Hwy. + 56 Patton Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 250 standing in the Events Center, 64 in the Barrel Room, and 120 in the Downtown Taproom Mezzanine
  • Key features: Industrial-chic style, hanging planters in the Barrel Room, rooftop views at the Event Center
Tables set up in Highland Brewing's Barrel Room

Check out the elegant + rustic table setup in Highland Brewing Co.'s Barrel Room.

Photo via Highland Brewing Co.

Homewood, 19 Zillicoa St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 150
  • Key features: Historic 1920s home, wood flooring + stone accents, outdoor gardens

Pack’s Tavern, 20 S. Spruce St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 40 on the Parkside Patio and 150 in the Century Room
  • Key features: High ceilings + exposed wood trusses in the Century Room, covered outdoor space overlooking Pack Square Park on the Parkside Patio

The Event Space at Hi-Wire Brewing, 2B Huntsman Pl.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 200 seated in The Event Space and 70 seated in the Bier Garden
  • Key features: Industrial modern style, two private getting ready suites in The Event Space, hanging greenery + natural light in the Bier Garden

The North Carolina Arboretum, 100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way

  • Rate: $750+
  • Accommodates 15-150
  • Key features: Lush greenery, one-year Arboretum household membership with rental package

The Restoration Asheville, 68 Patton Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 120 in The Exchange Restaurant + Bar, 120 in The Draftsman Bar + Lounge, 175 in The Solarium, and 50 in The Observatory Bar
  • Key features: Downtown location, large windows with sweeping views in The Solarium

Weaver House, 56 N. Main St., Weaverville

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 150 seated and 200 for cocktail-style receptions
  • Key features: Private bridal suite, Japanese-inspired gardens + gazebo, large outdoor patio

Capital Club of Asheville, 82 Patton Ave.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 175
  • Key features: Scenic mountain views, downtown location, sleek + modern design

Larger venues

Asheville Masonic Temple, 80 Broadway St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 400
  • Key features: Historic venue built in 1913, access to four floors, 52 backdrop variations for theater weddings

Biltmore Estate, 1 Lodge St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 20-600
  • Key features: Eight venue options, all packages include an open bar + a complimentary overnight stay at The Inn at Biltmore Estate
Wedding in front of the Biltmore Estate

This wedding on the lawn of the Biltmore Estate looks straight out of a fairytale.

Chestnut Ridge, 633 Turnpike Rd., Canton

  • Rate: $9,470+
  • Accommodates 200
  • Key features: Private bridal suite + groom’s den, pastures with 360° views

The Crest Center & Pavilion, 22 Celebration Pl.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 200 in The Crest Center and 350 in The Crest Pavilion
  • Key features: Indoor + outdoor ceremony options, large windows with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains

Ella Asheville, 81 Broadway St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 220
  • Key features: Downtown location, exposed brick walls, floor-to-ceiling windows

Olivette Riverside Community & Farm, 172 Old Macedonia Rd.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 200
  • Key features: Picturesque riverfront location, fire pit, plenty of parking

The Barn at Honeysuckle Hill, 2 Country Spring Dr.

  • Rate: $4,000+
  • Accommodates over 150
  • Key features: Antique church pews in the chapel, outdoor fire pit, makeup stations in the Bridal Loft

The Omni Grove Park Inn, 290 Macon Ave.

  • Rate: $270+ per person
  • Accommodates 200
  • Key features: Complimentary Champagne toast, wedding cake designed by the pastry team

The Venue, 21 N. Market St.

  • Rate: Pricing available upon request
  • Accommodates 350 on the market and mezzanine level and 175 on the second level for cocktail-style receptions
  • Key features: Downtown location, industrial-chic atmosphere, handicap accessible
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