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Mars Hill area
Information center for Madison County. Located in Mars Hill on Main Street across from the Post Office.
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Mars Hill (16.30 mile)
This is an all-day festival celebrating music and dance traditions of the southern Appalachian mountains.
Imagine a picturesque southern town alongside the classic buildings and manicured lawns of a 150-year-old college. The lofty Blue Ridge Mountains ...
Mars Hill (10.35 mile)
Art, food and music on Blannahassett Island in the middle of the French Broad River just across the bridge from historic downtown Marshall. FREE a...
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Hot Springs (0.03 mile)
The coffee bar is a favorite in the early morning for a fresh ground cup of organic, fair trade coffee made from Appalachian Trail Blend. We have f...
Hot Springs (0.09 mile)
American, Southern / Home Cooking
This is the place where the locals gather for talk and food. A varied menu and solid, good food is what you will always get at this restaurant. Loo...
Hot Springs (0.11 mile)
With a patio overlooking Spring Creek, this restaurant has the perfect setting in downtown Hot Springs. Casual atmosphere, great food, more than 50 crafts beers and all with a friendly staff.
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Hot Springs (0.02 mile)
Two chalets, each with hot tub on private deck. Each chalet sleeps four, AC, satellite TV, gas fireplace, full kitchen, laundry, large decks. Seclu...
Hot Springs (0.10 mile)
Studio apartment with two double beds, screened deck, TV and VCR, complete kitchen. One block from Main Street Hot Springs and the Appalachian Trail.
Hot Springs (0.14 mile)
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Motel and apartment available. Pool on premises. Located in downtown Hot Springs.
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