It’s festival and summer event season in the greater Asheville area! Since the Inn on Mill Creek B&B is situated halfway between Old Fort and Black Mountain with Asheville and Marion nearby, you have plenty of opportunities to attend a local event this summer.
This year, we’ve put together Our Favorite Things: a short list of places near the Inn on Mill Creek B&B where you can find the stuff that brings joy in 2023. This month, we feature the fabulous farm stands and tailgate/farmers markets where you can grab a snack during your trip or an edible souvenir (local honey is always a winner), and you can often also find jewelry and craftwork from local artisans:
This year, we’ve put together Our Favorite Things – a short list of places near the Inn on Mill Creek B&B where you can find the stuff that brings joy. Spring is a season of growth and it’s definitely a happy moment to see more local restaurants opening. Let’s check out the latest!
This year, we’ve put together Our Favorite Things – a short list of places near the Inn on Mill Creek B&B where you can find the stuff that brings joy. Thinking of a small town often evokes the image of a family-run country or general store. Well, it’s not just an image in our neck of the woods – we have three small towns nearby, each with their own store:
In 2023, we’re rolling out a new feature called Our Favorite Things – a short list of places in our neck of the woods where you can find the stuff that brings joy, for your trip planning purposes.
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.
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.
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 Black Mountain Sourwood Festival is 40 years old this year! Presented by the Black Mountain-Swannanoa Chamber of Commerce, this annual free festival features hundreds of art and craft vendors, festival food, live local music, kids’ activities and more. The dates for this year’s festival are August 12 and August 13, 2017.
Coming to the Asheville area for the Thanksgiving holiday? We’ve got a handful of restaurants to share with you that will be open for dining on Turkey Day.