THE WINTER SEASON AT ASHEVILLE CABINS OF WILLOW WINDS – The January and February weather tends to be mild, with daytime temperatures in the 50’s and nighttime temperatures in the 30’s. Some snow can be found in the Asheville area, with heavier snow at higher elevations. We have real wood-burning fireplaces and the cabins are stocked with wood and starter logs for those chilly nights
With the growth of all of our trees and shrubs, the December and January landscape is beautiful. In addition, the formal garden and lighted fountains give a magic quality to the winter season. If you like to fish, the fishing is ideal in the trout pond. It is restocked as needed.
THE SPRING SEASON AT ASHEVILLE CABINS OF WILLOW WINDS – For many guests spring is the most beautiful time of the year at Willow Winds. In early March, the early varieties of our hundreds of thousands of daffodils begin blooming. Our forsythias burst into full bloom. Our rhododendrons begin blooming in April and are joined by our later blooming daffodils. The landscape is an ever changing tapestry of bright colors throughout the spring, The weather is cool at night and warm in the day, an ideal climate for hiking, biking, and sightseeing.
THE SUMMER SEASON AT ASHEVILLE CABINS OF WILLOW WINDS – Summer is an ideal time to visit our Asheville cabin resort. There are a number of outdoor activities and the ideal climate to enjoy them. The daytime temperatures in the mountains tend to be 10 degrees cooler than those of urban areas at lower elevations. The evening temperatures are especially enjoyable for relaxing on our large decks and porches. We have a number of on-site activities, such as a water balloon station (great for water war), bocce ball, horse shoes and two playground for the smaller children. The trout pond is always stocked and available.
The landscape is quite green throughout the summer months, and our daylilies and beds of impatients and begonias add color to the landscape.
THE FALL SEASON AT ASHEVILLE CABINS OF WILLOW WINDS – The climate is perfect and the scenery is quite spectacular during our fall season. Because we have a large variety of plants and shrub, our fall leaf season is longer than other places. It begins with the bright red of our firepower nandinas, is joined by our burning bushes and ends with the turning of the leaves on our Bradford pear trees. There is always something beautiful to see during the fall at Willow Winds. For those who want to book a stay during leaf season, we advise early booking since this is one of our most popular times of the year