Every year, we invite bird lovers to our backyard inside Pisgah National Forest during the annual Great Backyard Bird Count. This year, the dates for the GBBC are February 15-18, 2019.
Bring your sweetie to the Inn on Mill Creek for a Valentine’s getaway (with FREE chocolate on us!) and put one or more of the following activities on your list of things to do while you’re here.
February 6, 2019 marks the second annual #BookDirect Day, when small independent lodging properties around the world join together to educate our guests on the benefits of booking directly with us. In our case that means going directly to https://innonmillcreek.com or calling us at 828-668-1115 to reserve your room at the Inn on Mill Creek B&B. Want to know more? Get ready because you are about to learn some things about the travel industry that may blow your mind.
Whether you’re bidding a fond farewell or a not-so-fond farewell to 2018, we can help you find ways to usher in the new year. Let’s check out some highlights of what’s happening in the Asheville area as we click over to 2019.
With more than a week to go before the official start of winter, Mother Nature decided a snow day was in order for the Western North Carolina mountains. More than 15 inches was recorded right here at the Inn on Mill Creek between December 9 and 10, 2018. Get ready for some pretty pictures of our winter wonderland!
UPDATED DECEMBER 13! Want the scoop on what’s going on when you visit the Asheville area during the holiday season? Parades, tree lighting ceremonies, music, special shopping days and outdoor fun. It’s all here.
Biltmore Estate kicks off its annual Christmas celebration early… the first weekend in November! It’s not surprising though. If you had a 175,000-square-foot home dressed to the nines for the holidays and hosted thousands of visitors, you’d keep the magical spirit of Christmas going as long as possible, too.
Happy Halloween! So it appears that Mother Nature’s foot is back on the fall color accelerator, and Week 6 is officially “Peak Week” in Asheville. We are about a week or so behind, but no complaints! It is gorgeous out there. Time to check out the best places to catch some fall foliage in the North Carolina mountains.
Well, if Mother Nature took her foot off the gas the past couple of weeks with regard to the changing fall colors, she seems to also be braking a little bit! Contrary to expert predictions at the beginning of the season, we are NOT having an early fall, but rather a late one. With Week 5 upon us, let’s see where the fall color is.
The weather seems to have gotten back to “Fall normal” as we move through the month of October in the North Carolina mountains around Asheville. Cool nights are back, as are sunny days. And it looks like the color that we do have will be lovely for Week 4 of our fall season.