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February 28th, 2012 by Stacy Shelley
February 28th, 2012 by Stacy Shelley
Don’t miss this opportunity to watch your favorite SoCon team on the court and plan extra time for some “R&R” in this beautiful mountain city March 2-5, 2012. Asheville city leaders have put forth great effort as a host city and this promises to be a tremendous experience for athletes, faculty, students, parents, alumni and fans. Asheville is a city with something for everyone! Both venues are located within walking distance from this Asheville Bed and Breakfast.
Newly renovated just in time for the tournament, the ExploreAsheville.com Arena is located in the heart of the city, walking distance to this Asheville Inn near downtonw, many great restaurants and the Visitors Center. The ExploreAsheville.com Arena provides a great location with ample parking. ExploreAsheville.com Arena is located on 87 Haywood St.
Brand new and ready for women’s play this state-of-the art facility is a perfect venue for the SoCon Women to start their tournament play on March 2nd. UNC-Asheville Kimmel Arena is located on One University heights.
For more information about reserving a room at Pinecrest Inn, a historic Asheville Bed & Breakfast close to all the action, call 800-811-3053.
January 13th, 2012 by Stacy Shelley
Well it’s that time of year when the weather turns cold and the crowds disappear. So far it has been a mild winter. This time last year we were digging out of snow and curled up by the fireplaces. It’s a good time to come to Asheville if you want to take advantage of this Asheville Bed and Breakfast‘s reduced winter Inn rates, discounted Biltmore Estate tickets, fewer tourists and a more relaxing visit. With less people in town you can get the added bonus of popping into one of the many restaurants that do not take reservations without waiting or get a reservation where it’s usually difficult. Plus when you buy one Biltmore Estate ticket for gate price of $45.00 we will give you a free Biltmore ticket. Take the $45.00 you just saved and eat lunch at one of the three wonderful restaurants on the Estate.
This winter the Grace suite featuring a king size bed and large gas fireplace is reduced $30.00 each night of the week through the end of February. The Thomas Wolfe and Wible rooms are reduced $30.00 per night on the weekends and $25.00 per night midweek (Monday-Thursday). The Vance and Cowley rooms are reduced $20.00 per night each night of the week. Come and take advantage of Asheville, NC this winter and stay at this Asheville NC Bed and Breakfast where you will be pampered and receive the well earned rest you deserve. For more information please visit our website www.pinecrestbb.com or feel free to call us at 888-811-3053.
January 13th, 2012 by Stacy Shelley
From now until the end of February when you stay 2 nights at this Asheville NC Inn and buy one Biltmore Estate ticket at the gate price of $45.00 we will give you a free ticket. Take the $45.00 you just saved and eat lunch at one of the three wonderful restaurants on the Estate. Better yet when you leave the Estate head over to Biltmore Village and dine at any number of fabulous local eating establishments or take in a little post holiday shopping.
December 1st, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
A Gift Certificate from Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast is a great idea for Holiday gift giving, anniversary, honeymoon, birthday or any other special occasion. To make the recipients stay even more special we can arrange for sparkling beverages, locally made chocolates, in-room massage, dinner reservations, excursion planning and Biltmore Estate tickets. Biltmore Estate tickets purchased through Asheville B & B allow entrance to the Estate two consecutive days.
To order a gift certificate, please call 888-811-3053 or email us at email@example.com.
December 1st, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
Stay at this Asheville NC Bed and Breakfast for 2 nights Sunday through Thursday in December and receive $30.00 off your stay. What can you do with $30.00 in Asheville, North Carolina– let us list the ways…….
Visit The Chocolate Fetish and stock up on locally made delicious Chocolate.
Looking for some Holiday Cheer head over to The Wine Studio, voted The Best Wine Shop in WNC, and pick up some beautiful wines or locally crafted beer.
Hop in to Olive and Kickin, purveyors of the finest, freshest extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars from all around the world and pick up some great Holiday gifst. Experience the ultimate foodie adventure – a walk through various regions of the world where these fine extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars, and spices can be sampled – right here in Asheville!
Venture down Haywood Street and stop in to the famed locally owned independent and fabulous Malaprops Bookstore for great gift ideas. Have a cup of coffee and pastries in their coffee shop and browse through the many books. Stop in to Sensibilities Day Spa and pick up some lovely bath and body care products, handmade jewelry and scented candles. Head further down Haywood and venture into the Woolworth Walk a uniquely Asheville experience; a privately and locally owned gallery in the heart of downtown, located in a historic building and representing local artists almost exclusively, it is without a doubt “Worth the Walk”. Located in the Woolworth Walk is an Old Fashioned Soda Fountain. While deciding on the gifts you want to purchase enjoy a milkshake or ice cream sundae.
Enjoy Afternoon Tea at Chelseas Tea Room in Historic Biltmore Village. Choose between the Tea Plate with an amazing selection of sweets and savories or the Cheese board with a selection of cheeses, grilled bread and fresh fruit. You may choose from Elmwood Inn Fine Tea or choose from our array of other black and herb teas.
We can send you to any number of locally owned restaurants where $30.00 will get you a great lunch.
The list could go on forever…Asheville boasts so many wonderful locally owned shops where you can find interesting and fabulous holiday gifts. Stay at this Asheville Inn and take advantage of this special.
For more information call our toll free 888-811-3053 or visit us at www.pinecrestbb.com.
November 18th, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
Let this Asheville Inn be your guide to the best fresh cut Christmas trees in WNC! We are so fortunate to live in western North Carolina, the number two state in the country for growing Christmas Trees! There are 3 farms within 30 minutes of Asheville and many more as you drive toward Boone. One of our family favorites is Sandy Hollar Farm located in the beautiful Sandy Mush area about 30 minutes north/west of Asheville. Every year we head out to Sandy Mush, which also happens to where our good friends and well known organic farmers, Vanessa and Alex Brown call home. Our kids always enjoy the hayride up to the meadow passing llamas and goats, where we pick and cut down two Frasier Firs — one for our Asheville Bed and Breakfast and one for our private home. Each of the farms listed below offer hay rides and other holiday festivities. Rounding out the family outing, Santa often shows up so the kids can sit on his lap and tell them what they would like for Christmas. To start your holiday season visit us at Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast in Asheville, NC and take advantage of all the holiday festivities. Visit us at www.pinecrestbb.com.
You can certainly get into the holiday spirit with so much to see and do. Most folks will want to visit the Biltmore Estate, which is all lit up for the holidays. If you’ve been good, you will want to walk around downtown or in Biltmore Village to knock some items off of your own Christmas list. Adding a trip to the country to cut your own tree might just become a family tradition of your own.
Sandy Hollar Tree Farm
63 Sandy Hollar Road
Leicester, NC 28748
Choose & Cut Christmas Trees, Christmas Tree Live, Christmas Trees, Hay Rides, Tours, Wreaths. Sunday-Saturday 9 am-4:30 pm; Open seven days from the weekend before Thanksgiving through the weekend before Christmas. Buy wreaths, garland (roping), decorations, refreshments, and crafts. Hay rides to the tree fields and marshmallow roasting on weekends.
Directions from Asheville: About 20 miles from downtown, follow Patton Ave/ U.S. Highway 19-23 South. Take NC 63 (Leicester Highway) 11 miles to North Turkey Creek Road (left). Go 1 1/2 miles to split, veer right onto Early’s Mountain Road. Go six miles. Farm is second drive on left past Robinson Cove Road (Sandy Hollow Lane).
Mehaffey Tree Farm
24 Corner Drive
Waynesville, NC 28785
Open daily, except Mondays 9am-5pm from mid November to Christmas Week.
Enjoy a trip back to your own childhood by selecting your own Christmas tree from among acres of beautiful Fraser firs. Sometimes Mother Nature provides a light dusting of snow to make your visit even more magical. Their specialty is high-quality Fraser Fir trees. They cut your favorite tree, bale it and tie it on your vehicle. Located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains near Maggie Valley & Waynesville. They offer paved access, plenty of parking, restrooms, and even free refreshments in a heated section of their Morton building. They have five to12 foot trees, plus wreaths, roping and tree stands.
Directions from Asheville (30-40 minute drive): Follow I-40 west to exit 20. Travel 3.1 miles on Hwy. 276 South, Turn right onto Grindstone Rd. Travel 1.3 miles on Grindstone Rd. to Hemphill Road, Turn right on Hemphill Rd. and travel .1 miles to 24 Corner Drive.
Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees
13623 Highway 212
Marshall, NC 28753
This “no-frills” tree farm is a short distance off I-26 near the North Carolina/Tennessee line. They produce Fraser fir Christmas trees for choose-and-cut. Visitors will find the farm by the large American flag painted on the barn. You’ll be surrounded by hillsides of trees and fields with cows, goats, and a llama or two. Donna and Chipper Jones and their children grow 80,000 Fraser fir on 55 acres of their 300 acre farm at elevations of 3200 to 4800 feet. Open early November through December 20, dawn to dusk.
Directions from Asheville: Take I-26 West toward Weaverville, Take Exit #50, Flag Pond Rd., Turn left at Higgins Creed Rd., Go 1/4 mile and turn right at T-intersection onto old Hwy 23., Go almost 2 miles and turn left at TN-352., Go 4.5 miles to NC line and the road becomes Hwy 212. The farm is 1/2 mile.
Asheville’s premier food event, the Taste of Asheville, will be held on November 17, 2011 at The Venue at 21 North Market Street from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. This highly anticipated annual fundraising event, held by the members of Asheville Independent Restaurants (AIR), will feature food from 37 restaurants as well as wine tasting and beer tasting from local breweries. “ We are very excited about this year’s event as it has a record number of participating restaurants and will feature some of Asheville’s top chefs,” says Steve Frabatore, AIR’s president. “These same restaurants are participating in our 2012 AIR Passport, which will be kicked off that same evening ”. The AIR Passport program offers discounts at many of Asheville’s top restaurants while encouraging passport holders to try new restaurants.
November 18th, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
New this year, The Grove Park Inn will be featuring a Gingerbread Doghouse Competition & Display December 4 -7. Similar to The National Gingerbread House Competition, contestants will construct a doghouse made entirely of dog-edible materials. A panel of judges will select winners in each category and display attendees will each vote for the “People’s Choice” award.
This fundraising event, to be held at their historic country club, will benefit local pet charities Animal Compassion Network, Asheville Humane Society, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, Humane Alliance, and Paws on a Mission. This Asheville Bed and Breakfast still has some availability that week so call soon to make your reservation or visit us at www.pinecrestbb.com. Of course, the Grove Park Inn is still having their Gingerbread House competition. This is the 19th year for this holiday tradition.
If you’d like to catch the magic of this and all the other spectacular Christmas events in Asheville this holiday season, visit us at www.Pinecrestbb.com or call for details. Our cozy Asheville Bed and Breakfast is serving up gourmet breakfasts and a heaping hot cup of hospitality this season. We’ll help you arrange your day trips and plan your holiday shopping excursions, then send you to the best restaurants in Asheville to have lunch. Click here to make a reservation at our Asheville Inn. Hope to see you for the holidays!
October 4th, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
On October 29-30 take a short drive up to Weaverville, a unique small mountain town, and enjoy the Weaverville Art Safari. Twice a year, 40 artists of the Weaverville Art Safari invite you to a free, self-guided tour of artists’ home studios in the scenic area surrounding the villages of Weaverville and Barnardsville, NC. Many of the artists and craftspeople of the Safari who call Western North Carolina home choose to live and work here because they are inspired by the beauty of the world renowned landscape.
The Art Safari provides a chance to wind through the backroads and main streets of Weaverville, Alexander and Barnardsville on a self-guided driving tour. Artists are on hand to talk about their creative processes and exhibit their latest creations. Works of art showcased during the event include pottery, handmade glass, sculpture, jewelry, furniture, paintings, drawings and fiber art. Select studios offer public demonstrations and door prizes. Studios are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
July 7th, 2011 by Stacy Shelley
Golf with the great ones at the Grove Park Inn this year and save more than 40% by staying at this Asheville NC Bed and Breakfast. Take a walk through history at the golf course that first opened for play in 1899 and was redesigned in 1924 by the great Donald Ross. This course is rated as one of the best in North Carolina and Golf Digest, in 2004, named as “one of the ten best courses in the United States that is 100 years old or more.”
We are able to offer our guests over 40% savings on greens fees. Play 18 holes between now and October 31st for $75 before 3 p.m. After 3:00 p.m. play for $65. November 1st through December 31st play for $50. These rates are subject to availability so call Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast and let us secure your tee time at these special rates. Learn more about the Grove Park Inn golf course.
Walk in the footsteps of such golfing immortals as Bobby Jones, Gene Sarazen, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Byron Nelson. Recent exhibitions have featured PGA stars Doug Sanders, Gene Littler, Fuzzy Zoeller and Chip Beck. Hall-of-Famers Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and Gary Player have also walked these legendary fairways and greens.