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Lodging

Lodging

Places to Stay in Asheville & Waynesville, NC Mountains

The county was established in 1808, which was further named after John Haywood. He was the treasurer of North Carolina from the year 1787 to 1827. Sitting at the western edge of the state, the country stretches the Blue up to forty-six miles.

If you are considering where you would be lodging in this beautiful county, there are a lot of places to choose from. You will find the best rentals and vacation spots in the Smoky Mountains, right in the heart of Haywood. Whether you opt to stay in Maggie Valley, Waynesville, Lake Junaluska, Canton or Clyde, there is a suite that can be rented based on everyone’s likes and dislikes. There is a place to stay in according to the preference of size and even the budget.