Munay Sanctuary is our beloved home and sacred healing sanctuary that is protected by a small mountain that looks over the property. We have a large, organic garden that may have some fresh, healthy produce available for you, depending on the time of year. The campsite is separated from the main house and thus you should have a significant amount of privacy. We are perfectly located 30 minutes from Asheville, 15 to Black Mountain, and easy access to a hotbed of adventures.
Please note that this is a quiet, peaceful, sanctuary environment for rest, relaxation, healing, connection, etc. There is no alcohol, smoking of any kind, or illegal drugs allowed on the property. Please conduct yourself in a manner that is in harmony with nature and with the others living on or visiting the property.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out
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It was SUCH a treat to camp at this lovely site. Your hosts have thought of all the details – from the provided tent already set up to camp cookware, local trail guides, a stocked fire pit and more. You'll find the campsite tucked away on Kelli's property, up past some rolling fields and surrounded by trees with a feeling of total privacy. Just feet from the tent spot is a shaded area with an amazing wooden table for all sorts of meal prepping, plus a "dining" table (adorned with freshly-picked flowers!), fire pit area and wash basin. This is truly an "off-the-grid" getaway just 30 minutes outside of Asheville - the perfect place to get away from it all! (Though you may pick up spots of service here and there). If you're looking for a peaceful night in the woods with great hospitality - and probably a visit or two from their super sweet pup - then this is definitely the right place :)
It was great, we had never been camping before. They provided us with everything we needed. There was an outhouse, a trail, and gardens. Kelli informed us she knew alot about wildlife, so if you're a beginner it's a great place to go. I wish had more energy to explore.