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Bed & Breakfast on Tiffany Hill
— 18 miles  S Mills River, NC
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  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 7 room(s)
$195 - $295
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The Orchard Inn
— 29 miles  SE Saluda, NC
This inn combines the casual feel of a country...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 15 room(s)
$145 - $425
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Presidents' Quarters Inn
— 258 miles  SE Savannah, GA
In the heart of Savannah's Historic District, The...  Read More
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$150 - $300

Asheville Bed and Breakfast Inns

Beer City 2011 and 2012, Happiest City Top 10 Ranking, Best Place to Retire to 10 Ranking, Blue Ridge Parkway access. By At Cumberland Falls Bed and Breakfast Inn.

Beer City USA and only 15 minutes away, Asheville also hosts the Biltmore Estate, a wide range of art and culture, an some of the best food in the country! By Wildberry Lodge B&B.

Asheville has been recognized for its splendors by dozens of magazines, websites and publications including a designation by Frommer's as one of a dozen top travel destinations in the world. You can drive the Blue Ridge Parkway and find 100's of trails to hike in Pisgah National Forest and DuPont State Forest. The Mountain Biking is spectacular in the Bent Creek Recreation area. Asheville has the most breweries per capita in the U.S. Some of the best include Highland Brewing Co. Sierra Nevada Brewery, Wicked Weed Brewery. and New Belgium Brewing. Dozens of choices for wonderful restaurants include Rezaz, Limones, Night Bell, Curate, Chestnut, The Admiral and many more. For the music scene try The Orange Peel, The Grey Eagle, ISIS Music Hall, Jack of the Woods to name a few. By Bent Creek Lodge.

There are tons of different types of guidebooks to Asheville. consider one of the following that fits your interests: Only in Asheville: An Electic History, The Ultimate guide to Asheville and the Western North Carolina Mountains; Including Boone, Hendersonville, Hickory, Lenoir, Morganton and Waynesville. If you might be considering moving to asheville pick up Asheville; Relocation, Retirement and Visitor Guide to Asheville and the North Carolina Mountains. a new book is Moon Asheville and the Great Smoky Mountains. There's also Five-Star Trails; Asheville: Your guide to the Area's Most Beautiful Hikes. Asheville Beer: An Intoxicating History of Mountain Brewing - a fun gift book if you bring your man to town. Backroads of North Carolina; Your guide to Great Day Trips and Weekend Getaways. By Hill House B&B.

We note more books to consider before coming to town for a visit. They include amazing Asheville: Your guide to Asheville and the Beautiful North Carolina Mountains, Early Tourism in Western North Carolina and Asheville Volume One - it features vintage postcards, maybe 200 featured. There's also Volume !! with more postcards. If you are really a serious historian there's a $35 volume called Asheville: A History (Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies) from 2007. More on history are Early Tourism in Western North Carolina (Images of America), Asheville's Historic Architecture (Landmarks), By Abbington Green B&B.

A small town filled with historic homes and area landmarks, and the magnificent Biltmore Estate, the oldest private home the United States. Despite it's historic nature, Asheville is full of antique stores, fine restaurants and a hopping night life. It is one of the most eccletic cities in the state.

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