Sure, October is the month where Mother Nature transforms the mountains of Western North Carolina into a brilliant work of art with her color palette of golds, reds and oranges, but it’s also when the colorful work of our local artisans is celebrated, during American Craft Week.
One festival our guests always look forward to is the Sourwood Festival in Black Mountain, NC, a charming small town halfway between Asheville and the Inn on Mill Creek B&B. The Sourwood Festival has been going strong for almost 40 years, and is a highlight of summer in the mountains of western North Carolina.
If you’re planning a summertime getaway weekend in the mountains near Asheville, NC, consider making it a long weekend and arrive on Thursday…there’s a lot to see and do around here in between taking that all-important vacation siesta or lounging at the Inn on Mill Creek B&B!
It goes without saying that the North Carolina mountains provide some beautiful scenery, but the art scene in the Asheville/Black Mountain area is visually stunning and inspiring as well. If you love art, this is the place to be!
Exciting news! One of our guests’ favorite tailgate markets returns for the 2015 season on Saturday, May 2. The Black Mountain Tailgate Market is one of our local tailgate markets, located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, about 10-15 minutes west of the Inn on Mill Creek B&B.
Black Mountain is a great small town, full of charm, and the holidays are celebrated in fun ways. Here is this year’s lineup for the Christmas season in the mountains.