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Our Western North Carolina mountains are known for sweeping, majestic views, remarkable changes of seasons, dramatic leaf changes, and refreshing mountain breezes. However, the Asheville region's springtime wildflowers offer a stunning display of their own.

Black Mountain, America's prettiest small town (a TripAdvisor reader designation), has over 40 locally owned shops resting below the scenic Seven Sisters mountain range. Shop offerings range from local art and pottery, quilts, mountain-themed mementos, jewelry, home furnishings and much more.

Asheville's creative spirit is apparent in the area's lively music scene. If you are looking for a music event while staying in your rental cabin, don’t forget to check out the slate of concerts available at the Concert at The Orange Peel of Asheville.
Hike Lookout for Breakfast

What are the best places for an Asheville breakfast? What follows is a very informal, non-inclusive, but very tasty listing of a few of the wonderful breakfast spots around Asheville and Black Mountain.

Fish Tacos

While Asheville has developed quite the reputation as a craft brewery/beer mecca, it is quietly establishing itself as a go-to spot for Mexican restaurants as well. From upscale to grab-n-go, the variety of Mexican food offered provides Asheville residents and visitors alike a broad selection...

April is North Carolina Beer Month, and Asheville is the place to celebrate! In particular, you’ll find numerous watering spots in South Slope, a downtown area that has been undergoing a transformation of late. Originally a stoic industrial and warehouse district,...


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