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Contact us for information on lodging, dining, attractions, shopping,and other business in Avery County.
Recognized as "America's Grande Dame of the South," join Reynolda House Museum of American Art and Winston-Salem for a journey through the past 100…
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Valle Crucis (17.50 mile)
The Valle Country Fair is an overgrown church bazaar set in the center of one of the most picturesque valleys in the North Carolina Mountains at the peak of the fall color season.
An authentic harvest festival set in a scenic valley featuring food, crafts, music and fall color.
Blowing Rock (19.04 mile)
Art in the Park was created in 1962 by a handful of area artists and craftspeople to showcase local talent.
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Linville Falls (0.04 mile)
Specialty is BBQ - ribs, chicken & sliced pork. Use the best ingredients, buy local as much as possible, serve the world’s first eco-friendly vodka!
Linville Falls (0.05 mile)
Area landmark on three county lines. Fine homestyle cooking & fresh seafood. Just south of The Blue Ridge Parkway at the junction of US 221 & NC 183.
Crossnore (4.31 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Year-round restaurant and full-service catering. Homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees to carry-out or eat-in.
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1 and 2-BR/BA cottages and RV site. Cozy, comfortable, fully furnished; linens and kitchen supplies provided; VCR/DVD, CD, Internet; decks, grills;...
Linville Falls (0.10 mile)
Hotels & Motels
We have nine rooms in our Lodge and one and two bedroom cottages. In addition, we have a six-bedroom Manor House with 2-baths - handicapped accessible & ADA approved with a wrap-around porch.
Linville Falls (0.37 mile)
We have 3 rustic cozy cabins. Fully equipped. Beautifully furnished. Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, mile marker 31. Near Linville Falls.
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