BARKWELL’S – The Dog Lovers’ Vacation Retreats – Asheville and Brevard
You and your best friend are free to run, swim and play at Barkwells, where more than 8 acres of fenced meadows and a pond give you lots of room to roam in a safe, secure environment.
Located in the heart of the beautiful western North Carolina mountains, these eight vacation rentals have all the comforts of home, along with special luxuries for you and your people.
You can run your owner all over our meadows and into the pond. You can run (better have them drive you) to Asheville, Hendersonville, Brevard, the Biltmore estate or the Blue Ridge Parkway in just 20 minutes. Tell your folks you want to vacation near Asheville, where you can drink in the mountain air, visit the Biltmore Estate, go hiking and see waterfalls in the Pisgah National Forest and Dupont State Forest, and watch them eat themselves silly at one of the pet-friendly, fabulous independent restaurants in the area. Visit us online at Barkwells. Where you and your best friend are free.
BARKWELLS NOW HAS A SECOND LOCATION in Pisgah Forest. Click here to find out more
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