Many of you know that Innkeeper Dave sustained a serious shoulder injury in early 2019, resulting in two surgeries and a nearly year-long recovery. Great news – our favorite engineer and DIY innkeeper is back in good form and so along with the usual freshening up of guest spaces, we’re tackling a number of projects that had to go on the backburner last year. Let’s discuss the ways we’re improving your experience when you visit the Asheville area and stay with us at the Inn on Mill Creek!
Any time an article about Airbnb is shared on social media, which is all the time it seems, we get asked what we think about the short term rental website. And a lot of people think the Inn on Mill Creek is an airbnb because it’s a B&B. So we want to clarify some things.
Happy New Year! And yippee! Our first snow of the winter season arrived on January 6, 2017, blanketing Pisgah National Forest around Asheville, including our neck of the woods at the Inn on Mill Creek with several inches of beauty. Stillness. Peaceful. Calming. Quiet. A great way to kick off the new year.
This is super exciting news, friends: We are commissioning a set of outdoor sculptures for the Inn on Mill Creek! Guests will be able to get up close to the large sculptures, which will be inspired by nature (fitting for our location inside Pisgah National Forest).
Work continues on our Guest Favorites Garden, a small garden space where we highlight plants and flowers that are favorites of our guests.
OK, so it’s 64 degrees here in the mountains of North Carolina on Christmas… well, even without a snowflake in sight, we’re still going to have hot cocoa with marshmallows by the tree and enjoy this first weekend of winter. It’s winter, right?
We were so excited and humbled this week, after receiving the TripAdvisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence.
We’re really excited to share that we have two new mug colors at the Inn on Mill Creek B&B.