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Freedom Escape Lodge and Retreat Center

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The feel of a mountain retreat setting only 15 driving minutes from downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Groups and individuals welcome. The main lodge has two floors with all 15 non-smoking guestrooms opening to the Great Room. Each room has a full private bath and an individual deck with rocking chairs and is air conditioned with cable television, and all rooms (except the Suite) have two queen beds. Each room has a ceiling fan, and breakfast included.

Location: 530 Upper Flat Creek Road, Weaverville North Carolina 28787 Telephone 828 658-0814 Toll Free: 888 658-0814

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