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Asheville has a great supply of unique and tantalizing restaurants, offering lots of delicious cuisine during your trip to the mountains. Don't let irregular hours put a damper on your restaurant experience during Thanksgiving - there are some great local spots that are open on the big day.

With a chill in the air and the fall season quickly passing us by, there is so much to look forward to during the holidays in Asheville. Some of our most breathtaking events take place in the next couple of months, so plan ahead for what will be an unforgettable adventure in our unique mountain city.

Let's take a moment to appreciate the art of good NC barbeque. There are those who argue about BBQ, about regional preferences and sauce types, methods and techniques, and claim that their style is the ONLY way to eat BBQ. In Asheville, we have a few barbeque options that are worth mentioning: if only because they are so good that almost everyone can agree! 

Young people are prepping for the new school year, the air is almost getting a chill in the mornings, and the change in our foliage is soon to show why this is the most popular time of the year to visit. Don't let this season slip away without coming to see us, it must be seen to be believed!

The North Carolina portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway offers some of the greatest views in the Southeastern United States. Access to the Blue Ridge Parkway is less than two miles from our cabins, and the drive is beautiful no matter what direction you choose. Summer drives are lush and green, with velvet mountain tops and random bursts of color. In fall, the display is most spectacular; with gold hues and red accents as far as the eye can see. One direction will take you toward Pisgah National Forest and the gorgeous Craggy Gardens. The other way heads down into Nantahala National Forest where there are no shortage of scenic photo opportunities.