Places to Stay in Marshall
Marshall has a great selection of accommodations ranging from a renovated historic Jail, a 1903 Mansion and all types of other similarly interesting places to stay. Marshall’s proximity to Asheville and the great outdoors, makes it a great location to basecamp while exploring all that western North Carolina has to offer. Within 30 minutes of town you can find white water rafting, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, zip lining, art galleries, restaurants, breweries, shops and more.
Perched high on a hill, the Inn offers stunning views of the French Broad River as it flows through picturesque downtown Marshall. Just steps away you’ll discover live music, libations, art, shops, coffee, casual & fine dining.
There is nothing else like this in Western North Carolina! It's a spacious, art-filled, architecturally unique urban loft space in a converted car dealership built in the 1920s. It’s a large, modern and comfortable, standout loft apartment.
This sweet cottage in the picturesque mountain town of Marshall was built c. 1850. Story Cottage is a treasure of a getaway adjacent to the Colonel Lawrence M. Allen House, built in 1849, the oldest building on Main Street.
The Ashe Farm B&B and Antiques is located in the historic town of Marshall, nestled between rocky cliffs and the scenic French Broad River. A drive over the river and one mile up from the Madison County Courthouse will get you there. We have 11 acres which includes walks along the creek, hiking trails and 8 outside seating venues while offering a full Breakfast Buffet daily.
RiverDance, a true gem, sits on the ridge with views all the way to Tennessee. Be it the comfortable and cozy spaces of SkyView or RIverHaven, by the end of your stay, you will have found your soft place to land in the blue Ridge Mountains.