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Revive warm memories of holidays past or create new family traditions when you celebrate the holiday season in Winston-Salem. Enter today for a…
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Lake Junaluska (2.88 mile)
December 7 - 10
Come to the mountains at Lake Junaluska to celebrate Christmas with your group of loved ones and enjoy a weekend of music, crafts, and more.
Waynesville (0.05 mile)
December 1 , May 4, 2018
(7) dates in all …
Downtown Waynesville galleries remain open for Art after Dark featuring demonstrations, artist receptions, and special music.
Waynesville (1.86 mile)
An annual holiday luminaries tradition held downtown on the second Saturday evening of December.
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Waynesville (0.06 mile)
Great early morning stop for coffee and sweets, right on Main Street.
Waynesville (0.07 mile)
The Patio Bistro is known for its quiche, cookies, soups, and paninis.
Come enjoy what the Chef’s Table has to offer: wonderful food and quaint atmosphere. The different specialties that we offer are amazing.
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Waynesville (0.04 mile)
Enjoy the true mountain experience in this two-story log cabin perched high up on the side of the mountain between Maggie Valley and Waynesville.
Peaceful 2-bedroom/3-bath cabin with game room. Beautiful mountain views secluded yet close to town.
Waynesville (0.08 mile)
Our property is nestled near the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway. The town of Waynesville is rich with history, charm, fabulous shopping and restaurant venues.
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