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Asheville (18.31 mile)
June 5 , July 3
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Asheville Downtown Gallery Association invites you to visit the downtown galleries to enjoy the fine art and craft that they have to offer.
Black Mountain (15.62 mile)
June 6 - 7
The Arts and Crafts Show is free to the public on Sutton Ave. next to The Old Depot.
Asheville (18.79 mile)
The largest one-day, free music and arts festival in Western NC. So large it's held on two streets: Montford and Soco.
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Hendersonville (2.98 mile)
Golden Corral family-style restaurants offer a buffet and grill. The buffet contains an array of food choices including hot meat options, pasta, pi...
Hendersonville (6.05 mile)
American, Southern / Home Cooking
The Moose Cafe serves our popular menu items as well as daily specials based on what fresh from the farm on any given day.
Hendersonville (6.23 mile)
A Day in the Country is a unique shopping destination featuring more than 10,000 square feet of gifts. The boutique gift shop offers collectibles,...
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Hendersonville (1.61 mile)
Beehive Cottages offer 10 log cabins on 86-acre apple farm. All cabins are completely furnished, full kitchens, air conditioning, DirectTV, and pul...
Hendersonville (1.76 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Southernaire Motel is located in the heart of apple country on Hwy. 64 E. in Hendersonville.
Hendersonville (2.14 mile)
The cabin at 'Rooster Ridge' is a brand new two-bedroom, two-bath retreat, located mid-way between Hendersonville and Lake Lure. Convenient to down...
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