Winter Holidays In Asheville

Christine, a white brunette female in red skirt, gray boots, and gray sweater sitting with beer in front of fireplace at Edison restaurant at The Omni Grove Park Inn

Why Spend The Winter In Asheville?

We’ve spent every Christmas in Asheville since moving here, and not surprisingly, the winter is one of the best times to visit. Sure, the holiday weeks are busy with travelers; however, the rest of the winter season remains pretty quiet, making it the best time to sneak into trendy restaurants, hit the hiking trails, and get in all of your holiday gift shopping. Not to mention, Asheville hosts the best winter events like The National Gingerbread House Competition, Winter Lights at The NC Arboretum, and Christmas at Biltmore. So, grab that cozy sweater and fireplace bevie.

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Garden Gnome made from bush with lights with beard and red hat the NC Arboretum's Winter Lights Festival in Asheville, NC

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The National Gingerbread House Competition at The Omni Grove Park Inn

Gingerbread display with wagon and people at the National Gingerbread House Competition at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC

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