12 Oct 2016
A NC mountain Thanksgiving is an incredible way to gather the family together and make the kind of special memories that will last a lifetime. Why not start a new family tradition by heading up to western NC this year as a way to kick-start the holiday season?
Thanksgiving in the Asheville area offers families a chance to get together and spend time together, and Greybeard Rentals has a way to make feeding everyone more manageable. This year, Greybeard Guest Services has a catered meal option, in conjunction with The Red Radish, making it simpler to feed everyone. And all Thanksgiving dinner orders that total more than $100 receive a free apple or pumpkin pie. Having dinner prepared for you in turn leaves more time for family activities. Along with the year-round options of hiking and strolling through Black Mountain for crafts and gifts, there are several other seasonal options that could entice family members of all ages. Check out Christmas at Biltmore to see America’s largest home decorated for the holiday season or take a ride on the Polar Express to the North Pole. These and other activities including the Winter Lights at the NC Arboretum and A Christmas Carol at Flat Rock Playhouse can all be seen on this website. In addition, keep your eyes on the Greybeard Rentals Events page for up-to-date events that may be added. And consider using the time together to select that perfect Christmas tree from one of the local Christmas tree farms. NC produces more than 19% of the US Christmas trees each year, including the beautiful fraser fir. Head home with a fresh-cut tree and be one step ahead in your Christmas decorating plans.
Greybeard Rentals has numerous rental homes available for the Thanksgiving season. To select the best-suited rental home for your family, browse through our western NC rentals listings or use the advanced search option to filter through the amenities your group needs. We also can assist you by phone if you prefer to make your selection with our direct assistance. It’s such a wonderful time of year, up here in the NC mountains. We hope you can come on up and get in the holiday spirit with us.