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Travel & Stay


Getting There

By Car

Drive 45 minutes from Asheville
Drive 3 hours from Charlotte
Drive 4.5 hours from Charleston

By Flight

We recommend flying into Asheville Regional Airport and renting a car to make the 45 minute drive to Hot Springs.

The Venue

Paint Rock Farm

1295 Paint Rock Rd, Hot Springs, NC 28743

Where to Stay

We have curated a list of nearby off-site housing options that we can arrange transportation from on the wedding day. Cabin placements are pre-selected.

Off-Site Lodging

We know that the camping life is not for everyone but there are limited off-site housing options available in Hot Springs, NC. These spaces are limited to the recommendations below. We highly recommend booking well in advance, as there are limited options due to the rural location. We will be providing transportation after the wedding only to the lodging listed on the below page. Transportation for the remainder of the weekend will be your responsibility.

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Glamping Cabins On-Site

The property features 11 on-site glamping cabins. Every cabin for Friday and Saturday has been reserved. Guest placement has been pre-determined based on conversations about preference. If you'd like to add additional nights, please let us know and we can provide you with more information.


We have pre-paid for all cabin reservations. The nightly rate for each is $125. If you would like to contribute towards your lodging, you may Venmo us.


Your contribution is not required but would be appreciated. 

Adventure Vans & RVs 

The property has several RV hook-ups and tent platform spots. For more information about renting an adventure van or RV in Asheville please click below.


Ready to Explore?

Hot Springs, NC is just 40 minutes north of Asheville. It has long been renowned for its healing hot mineral springs, and scenic mountain setting. Have fun exploring!

Outdoor Adventure

Hot Springs is the place for outdoor enthusiasts, especially since the famous Appalachian Trail runs through the middle of town. View Hot Springs from above on the Lover's Leap hike on the AT or hike the grassy meadow atop Max Patch.

Hot Springs Soak

Soak in the natural hot mineral waters, heated deep within the earth at the legendary Hot Springs Resort and Spa. These crystal clear carbonated waters are world famous for their legendary healing powers.

Wine & Dine

In Hot Springs, all restaurants are locally-owned and operated.  The diversity of choices includes the local-favorite diner with country cooking, casual taverns, tasty takeout, and casual fine dining.

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