A posh inn set on the peaceful grounds of an apple orchard sounds like a daydream. But, you will find this reality in Rockton at the award-wining Copperstone Inn. The original Greek Revivals style limestone house, built in 1858, underwent three years of meticulous renovations, and the inn was reopened to the delight of travelers.
Asheville is known for so many wonderful things, chief among them is the dining choices. As a foodie town with so many excellent options, it can feel a bit daunting trying to decide which of the many restaurants is worth a visit. Over the course of many visits to this mountain town, I have compiled a list of our favorite restaurants for when you visit beautiful Asheville.
Quick and easy access to a city’s best attractions is often a top priority for travelers. A stay at the Glenn Hotel, one of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, will do just this. Perfectly positioned in Atlanta’s Centennial Park District, the Glenn hotel is but a few steps from so much of the best Atlanta has to offer.
In the picture-postcard village of Yorktown, Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters is a great escape from the beautiful, but crowded waterfront. Located in the historic Cole Digges House on Main Street, Mobjack prides themselves in serving the highest quality coffee, delicious baked goods, and specialty sandwiches in a fairy-tale cottage.
Perfectly placed in historic Biltmore Village, the Grand Bohemian Hotel resembles a 17th century European hunting lodge. This luxury boutique hotel is the best place to stay in all of Asheville. Lavishly appointed guest rooms, first-class service, and a superior dining experience have many keen visitors booking their stay here while in Asheville, North Carolina.