Call to talk to an agent.
Download Our App

Get CheapOair deals on the GO!

Download
Apply for Our Credit Card

Earn rewards fast. Go where you want!

Learn More
Check Your Flight Status

Get there on time, every time!

Check Status

Fun Facts about Asheville Car Rentals

  • On an average travelers booked a car rent 25 days in advance for their trip to Asheville.
  • Travelers generally booked a car rental for 4 days.
  • Compact is the most preferred car category in Asheville.
  • Most travelers booked ALAMO in Asheville.
  • 25% of travelers were on a family trip to Asheville.
  • 52% of travelers who visited Asheville were females.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

Book a Car Rental in Asheville,

Resplendent in art deco architecture, Asheville has plenty to offer visitors, from hiking on the nearby Appalachian Trail to partaking of its innovatively tasty, locally-sourced Southern cuisine. You can also engage with the bohemian side of town through its numerous art galleries or the healing arts of spa and yoga. No wonder Asheville has been called the “Austin of the East Coast -- with better scenery.”

Best Sights To See
    • Running hundreds of miles east from Asheville (and 50-some miles west), the  Blue Ridge Parkway is an incredibly scenic drive along part of the Appalachian Mountains. For those nervous about driving along the ridge, rest assured that the parkway is well-maintained with lots of towns and attractions to visit on the side.
    • Built in 1895, the Biltmore Estate is a vast estate that remains the largest private home in the country. With 250 acres of grounds and gardens, 43 bathrooms and even a winery, don’t be surprised if you end up spending the entire day exploring the gorgeous property.

Tours To Take
    • As Asheville is known for its locavore mindset and plentiful farmers markets, a food tour is the best way for travelers to be introduced to the city’s lively dining scene. The Eating Asheville tour focuses on farm-to-table restaurants, while Asheville Food Tours gives customers discounts on restaurants should they choose to return for a full meal.
    • Quite a number of microbreweries have taken root in Asheville, and subsequently a handful of brewery tours have popped up to introduce visitors to the city’s best beer. Asheville Brewery Tours provides a van to cart customers from place to place, while BREW-ed is a walking tour with an emphasis on education, and Asheville Brews Cruise offers a gluten-free tour comprising cider, mead and wine.

CheapOair Customer Reviews

  • Southern Hospitality

    We had a great time. It was more of a family reunion after 18 months of Covid. There is a great area with lots of restaurants and shops and everything you need to make this town a nice getaway trip. We didn't do any nightlife activities, so I don't know about that. Different day trips to the bayou or Jefferson Island made it even more fun. - Marlene  May 05, 2021

  • Great place to have fun

    Denver has so much to offer in the nightlife. Fun town. - Janice  May 04, 2021

Submit a Review