Lutheridge Camp and Conference Center offers conference rooms and classroom spaces, outdoor spaces, comfortable accommodations and a nice dining experience for you and your guests. Diverse groups from all walks of life use Lutheridge as a place to retreat, relax, recharge and get inspired.
Whether you are planning a staff retreat, corporate event, spiritual weekend or youth gathering we invite you to join us at A Place Apart for your next event. All are welcome! Lutheridge is open year round and accepts retreat reservations from January to June and August to December.
For questions and reservation requests, contact Angie Yates, Reservations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lutheridge Meeting Spaces
Carla and H&H Cottages
Lutheridge Conference Center enjoys a partnership with Aramark to ensure that your meals are both delicious and nutritious. Aramark provides Lutheridge with a professional staff dedicated to attention to detail, quality, and guest satisfaction. All servers are also provided and trained by Aramark. We can accommodate special dietary needs such as diabetics, vegetarians, vegans, and any food allergies. We are also proud to serve Fair Trade Coffee in our dining room and at our coffee stations.
Snacks- If you are looking for a mid-morning bagel and coffee break or a fancy evening reception with hors d’oeuvres, Lutheridge can handle your request. Sample menus are available, or you may custom design your own snack service.
Located between Asheville and Hendersonville and just off of Highway 25, Lutheridge is situated in the perfect location to be close to many attractions, while still giving the guest that “a place apart” feeling.
The Biltmore Estate is America's largest privately owned home.
Chimney Rock Park
Take a deep breath of refreshing mountain air and become invigorated by the hiking trails at Chimney Rock.
Western North Carolina boasts some of the best trout fishing on the east coast.
Carl Sandburg Home
Located close to Flat Rock, NC, visit Carl Sandburg’s home with its 264 acres of trails, forest, lakes, and beautiful views.
The Blue Ridge Parkway
A drive down any part of the Parkway will provide the visitor with a cross-section of Appalachian mountain history. And ask our staff about different local hikes that can be found along the Parkway.
Pisgah National Forest
The Pisgah National Forest is located west of Lutheridge with over half a million acres of forest surrounding Mt. Pisgah.
Thomas Wolfe Memorial
The early-twentieth-century boardinghouse called "Old Kentucky Home," was the childhood home of novelist Thomas Wolfe, perhaps the most overtly autobiographical of this country's major novelists.