The Asheville Bed and Breakfast Association is hosting the second annual spring tour of inns. This year's two day event is scheduled for Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th, and will feature 15 of our historic properties. In addition to visiting these beautiful homes and gardens, tour goers will be able to sample delicious food from some of Asheville's best independently owned restaurants and caterers.
"The Hunger Games", a major motion picture released this year, was filmed in North Carolina in the spring and summer of 2011. The movie is based on the trilogy written by Suzanne Collins.
Welcome spring with thousands of tulips and acres of azaleas as Biltmore celebrates its 27th anniversary of Festival of Flowers. Experience the beauty of century old gardens throughout the 8,000 acre estate.
In April, thousands of tulips in the Walled Garden and around the estate will shine in hues of red, gold, pink, and purple. By May, the show continues with irises, peonies and acres of azaleas, with summer blooms soon to follow.
Additional festival activities include:
If you've spent any time in Asheville, North Carolina you've probably seen the slow moving, packed, purple LaZoom bus with some strange characters in and near it - like the singing nun Sister Bad Habit on her bicycle.
This year LaZoom has provided yet another great reason to get on the bus for a "total body gigglegasm for Valentine's Day". This tour offers a ride for couples with games, performance, special guests, mayhem, and with a stop at a super secret location with a romantic live band.
Sample some of the best of Asheville, North Carolina's culinary scene in the Small Plate Crawl scheduled for Tuesday, February 21st through Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 9 PM each day.
Dozens of independent restaurants will create special small plate menus priced from $3 to $8. Participating restaurants are located in downtown Asheville and in other areas throughout the city.
The Altamont Theatre is a multi use building located in downtown Asheville, North Carolina - less than a mile from our Bed and Breakfast.
Stand up comedy, an eclectic mix of musical performers, and theater can all be found in this great place. Visit their web site for a detailed list of upcoming performances by local and nationally known artists. Sunday afternoon jazz events have become a standard.
On Christmas Eve 1895, George Vanderbilt first opened Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina to family & friends. This annual celebration continues for everyone to enjoy.
Known for being one of the largest holiday displays in the Southeast, guests will see dozens of Christmas trees, hundreds of wreaths, bows, and poinsettias, miles of evergreen garland, and thousands of ornaments.
Fishing may not be the first thing you think of when you decide to stay at an Asheville Bed & Breakfast, but we are surrounded by some of the best fishing sites in the country. And, if the art of fly fishing is what you are looking for - look no further than our beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Moogfest is an annual celebration of Bob Moog's legacy as a sonic pioneer. In 1964 he invented the Moog Synthesizer and revolutionized popular music.
The festival is a three day multi-venue event held in Asheville, North Carolina - the place Bob Moog called home for the last 30 years of his life.