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April Asheville Cheese Month

March 27th, 2015 by Stacy Shelley

cheese festApril 2015 is WNC Cheese month.  WNC is home to an amazing array of Creameries and Farms.  What better way to explore Western North Carolina than meandering along the WNC Cheese Trail.  Spend an afternoon taking in the mountain beauty and sampling delicious handmade cheeses.  Visit the Creameries and farms and meet the amazing folks creating these delicacies’. Tour their facilities and learn a bit about cheese crafting.  You can even purchase cheese directly from the cheesemakers.  These award winning cheesemakers range from new operations to pioneers in the artisan cheese movement, using both goat milk and cow milk.

Throughout the month  of April Pinecrest Bed and breakfast we will be featuring local cheeses during breakfast. Pinecrest will be offering a 2 night package April 25 through April 27 which will include a map of the Cheese Trail, cheese recipes from members of the WNC Cheese Trail  and this Asheville B & B and 2 tickets to the WNC Cheese  Trail’s annual festival.  Please call 828-281-4275 for pricing details.

WNC Cheese Trail’s annual festival will be held at Highland Brewing Company on April 26, 2015 from 12 to 4.  There will be hands-on activities for kids and adults, panel discussions, workshops and cooking demonstrations. You can sample and purchase cheeses, speak with cheese-makers, and meet producers of  bread and crackers, meats, pickles and jams.

To book Inn reservations during this event or assistance planning a trip to our Asheville B & B this spring, visit www.pinecrestbb.com or call 828-281-4275.

Asheville’s New Adventure Park in the Trees

May 2nd, 2013 by Stacy Shelley

adventure park 2We get so many outdoor enthusiasts here at Pinecrest Bed & Breakfast, that we just love recommending all the fun things there are to do outdoors. So it’s just natural that we’d have to tell you about Asheville’s latest addition to the wonderful world of outdoor adventure.

What do you get when you combine an adventure park in the picturesque hills of Asheville with climbing, hoola hooping, kayaking, swinging and hang gliding? Asheville Treetops Adventure Park of course! The newest outdoor adventure experience is one of a kind, and sure to please even the youngest of outdoor adventure junkies. But be sure if you take children, they’re at least 7 years old and accompanied by an adult 18 years or older – park rules of course! Treetops offers 3 levels of courses based on difficulty, that navigate you up to 45 feet above the forest floor for a bird’s-eye view of Asheville’s beautiful scenery.

Enjoy a full day of adventure by tackling both Asheville Treetops Adventure Park and Asheville Zipline Canopy Adventures in the same day. Get a one day combo pass to both for just $99. Military Visitors with a valid Military ID are also entitled to a 10% discount. For pricing and more details, visit www.AshevilleTreetopsAdventurePark.com.

So if you’ve got a zest for adventure and you’re coming to stay at our Asheville Inn this summer, be sure to check out Asheville Treetops Adventure Park – you’ll be thrilled you did. Happy jumping, climbing, zipping and swinging! For Inn reservations visit www.pinecrestbb.com or call 888-811-3053.

Christmas Gift Buying in Asheville, North Carolina.

December 5th, 2012 by Stacy Shelley

What a splendid city to find just the right present for Christmas gift giving. Asheville has more than 200 shops, over 30 art galleries, dozens of antique malls and stores. The best part is almost all of these shops, galleries and antique stores are locally owned allowing you the opportunity to find a one-of-a-kind gift.

The North Asheville Tailgate Market at UNCA Asheville will be hosting their 10th Holiday Bazaar on December 8, 15 and 22, 2012 from noon to 4 o’clock. The market will be selling local produce, baked goods, artisian cheeses and a variety of local foods. In addition to the usual finds the Bazaar will feature local artisans crafts, art work, Christmas trees and wreaths. It’s a lovely market and always interesting.

There is also the Biltmore Villages Shops located just outside the entrance to the Biltmore Estate. There you will find over 40 local shops, 10 restaurants and cafes. Stroll the tree lined brick sidewalks, meander through the shops and pop into Chelsea’s Tea room for afternoon tea.

This Asheville Bed and Breakfast we would enjoy the opportunity to assist you in planning an afternoon of shopping, eating and walking. To make holiday reservations at our Asheville Inn, call 888-811-3053 or visit www.pinecrestbb.com for availability.

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