How to get here!
You’ll need to get to Asheville and connect with I-40 Asheville exit 53A to Hwy 74A East. Signs say Blue Ridge Parkway, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure, Fairview. Or take I-240 south through Asheville, take Exit 9 which connects with Hwy 74A East. Go 5.2 miles on 74A East. Intersection, turn right at the light, Emmas Grove Rd. Go 1.4 mi. (follow the arrow road signs) and turn right on Bob Barnwell Rd. Go 1/2 mi. to the Cloud 9 rock / mailbox #137. Turn left and follow the gravel driveway to gate.You will be given a gate code to proceed. Call Janet at 828-628-1758 or send an email to email@example.com for more information.
Easy to Find
You’ll be surprised how quickly you can get here from Asheville. It’s a straight drive southeast from Asheville on Highway 74A. Turn right on Emmas Grove Rd. Go 1.4 miles, and follow the left arrow up the hill on that road. At the top of the hill there is an intersection. Turn R on Bob Barnwell Rd. Go 1/2 mile and turn left into driveway and stop at gate.
If you are coming from Fletcher, follow Cane Creek Rd. to Highway 74. Go left. Travel about 2 miles until you see Emma’s Grove Rd. on the left. Pick up the above directions. Please check the availability calendar to save time at this web-site.
Great Location – In the Country yet so close to Asheville
Located in the rural community of Fairview, North Carolina, Cloud 9 is a 15 minute trip from downtown Asheville going southeast. Just 2 miles from the Scenic “Drover’s Road” Highway 74 A East makes grocery stores, restaurants and health food stores easy to get to in 5 minutes. Biltmore Estate and the Grove Park Inn are just 15 minutes away. The NC Arboretum, and Asheville Regional Airport is an easy 22 minutes away. Black Mountain and Chimney Rock Park are 25 minutes away.
Cloud 9 Farm consists of a valley farm divided by the public road, with a half-mile private driveway with an entrance gate. A trilogy of secluded spots anchor the mountain top: Cloud 9 Relaxation Home, Heavenly Hideaway Cabin and Seventh Heaven.
Tours by appointment.
And, no, you don’t need 4 wheel drive to get here. Our driveway is maintained and a safe slope to traverse in any vehicle. At 2400 feet elevation there are still mountains to look up to, but the long-range view of another valley makes you appreciate NC’s nickname, “Land of the Sky.”