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Visit the Asheville Visitor Center located at the Asheville Chamber of Commerce Building.
Hours: Sunday - Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Steeped in history, North Carolina offers travelers an authentic experience by air, land and sea. Whether you’re watching a Civil War re-enactment at…
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Old Fort (18.53 mile)
February 8 , August 9
Sunday Painters group open to the public.
Asheville (15.89 mile)
March 28 - 29
Features award-winning orchid vendors, many of whom are nationally recognized growers and hybridizers. Rare and unusual plants, specialty lighting and orchid supplies will be available for purchase.
Asheville (14.52 mile)
February 20 - 22
The 20th Annual Bluegrass First Class Festival has some of the best bluegrass acts in the country rocking out all over the hotel, all weekend.
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Mars Hill (5.44 mile)
Quick service restaurant offering made from scratch biscuits, delicious burgers, fresh fried chicken and Hershey ice cream.
Mars Hill (5.66 mile)
Traditional Japanese. Hibachi and sushi
Mars Hill (6.00 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Country cooking. Homemade daily specials. Burgers, fries and root beer floats. Homemade pies. Open Monday through Saturday 6-9, Sunday 7-5.
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Barnardsville (0.62 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
Old farm house and guest house on 24 acres. Sumptuous breakfasts and homemade breads. Close proximity to Asheville.
Mars Hill (5.53 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Modern motel accommodations. Swimming pool and deluxe complimentary Continental breakfast. Close to Interstate 26 and near Mars Hill University. Pet friendly rooms available.
Mars Hill (5.76 mile)
Daily/weekly rental of fully equipped and furnished cabin in rural Madison County. Dog friendly. Sits on 40 acres with walking paths to a private waterfall. Fishing pond on property.
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