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Bon Paul & Sharky's Hostel

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4.4km from city centre - Show on Map
8.8
Fabulous 410
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

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Asheville sits among North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Historic architecture, vibrant art, and a tasty food and drink scene are nestled amongst the surrounding mountain peaks and lush forest. Asheville’s diverse architecture and bustling nightlife have earned it the nickname “Paris of the Southeast”. July and August are peak times for visitors, but late spring (May-June) and autumn (September-November) are also great times to make the trip. The spring is when the mountain sides come alive with wild flowers, and in autumn the city is surrounded by magnificently coloured leaves.

The hostels in Asheville are highly rated, colourful, inviting, and filled with people from all around the world. Depending on the location, you can expect free breakfast from your Asheville hostel to help make your trip more affordable. You’ll also have the choice of private or dorm rooms, and have access to lovely lounge space, porches, and outdoor areas.

Whether you choose to stay in the city centre or further out you will have plenty of access to local pubs, cafes, bakeries, and other amenities. West Asheville is close enough to walk to anything you might want to experience, yet far enough away from the energy that it’s also easy to relax. From hostels in central Asheville you can enjoy the easily walkable downtown and many amazing bars and restaurants.

One of Asheville’s most iconic attractions is Biltmore Estate, the largest privately-owned house in the United States. Outdoor lovers will enjoy the summer hiking and biking trails, and there are two ski hills nearby in the winter. Asheville also has a wide variety of art galleries and museums to enjoy. Finish off your day in one of the amazing restaurants or with a sampler of delicious craft beer. Try out the Asheville Urban Trail to witness the cultural and architectural history of the city.

Downtown Asheville is very walkable, you can get from one side to the other in about 11 minutes. A fun way to get around can also be by trolley, and for more extensive trips there are traditional taxis and fixed bus routes. If you’re looking for a unique way to travel, try a bike taxi to switch things up.

Top rated hostels in Asheville

We have 1 hostel in Asheville with an average rating of 8.8 based on 569 reviews 1 of 1 properties available in Asheville

About Asheville

Asheville sits among North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Historic architecture, vibrant art, and a tasty food and drink scene are nestled amongst the surrounding mountain peaks and lush forest. Asheville’s diverse architecture and bustling nightlife have earned it the nickname “Paris of the Southeast”. July and August are peak times for visitors, but late spring (May-June) and autumn (September-November) are also great times to make the trip. The spring is when the mountain sides come alive with wild flowers, and in autumn the city is surrounded by magnificently coloured leaves.

The hostels in Asheville are highly rated, colourful, inviting, and filled with people from all around the world. Depending on the location, you can expect free breakfast from your Asheville hostel to help make your trip more affordable. You’ll also have the choice of private or dorm rooms, and have access to lovely lounge space, porches, and outdoor areas.

Whether you choose to stay in the city centre or further out you will have plenty of access to local pubs, cafes, bakeries, and other amenities. West Asheville is close enough to walk to anything you might want to experience, yet far enough away from the energy that it’s also easy to relax. From hostels in central Asheville you can enjoy the easily walkable downtown and many amazing bars and restaurants.

One of Asheville’s most iconic attractions is Biltmore Estate, the largest privately-owned house in the United States. Outdoor lovers will enjoy the summer hiking and biking trails, and there are two ski hills nearby in the winter. Asheville also has a wide variety of art galleries and museums to enjoy. Finish off your day in one of the amazing restaurants or with a sampler of delicious craft beer. Try out the Asheville Urban Trail to witness the cultural and architectural history of the city.

Downtown Asheville is very walkable, you can get from one side to the other in about 11 minutes. A fun way to get around can also be by trolley, and for more extensive trips there are traditional taxis and fixed bus routes. If you’re looking for a unique way to travel, try a bike taxi to switch things up.