Hey all for those of you who have been to Asheville or live there what are your thoughts on where to stay bed and breakfast wise? Looking for something close to downtown. We are planning a move there in the next 5 years and really want to get to know the area.
Discover a very diverse community in gay Asheville! It's been a popular resort and relocation area for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities for many years. The large LGBTQIA community enjoys welcoming visitors, since most of them were once visitors before they fell in love with the area and relocated.
Another study, inalso based on the latest official census results, found that Buncombe County with You are likely to see a number of openly lesbian and gay couples around town, especially Downtown and in West Asheville. Scandals has drag shows every Friday.
Just an hour and a half from Asheville, the mountain resort community of the Highlands is about 4, feet high above sea level and is no stranger to gay visitors. But what truly makes it stand out is its vibrant gay community, the least suspecting aspect to a remote mountain village. The Highlands is the type of place city folk can throw on some hiking boots, explore thrilling outdoor adventures like mountain biking and feast on some fresh caught fish from Lake Glenville. Perhaps the real draw to these neck of the woods is Old Edwards Inn and Spaa historic, room resort that touts an award-winning, 25,square-foot pampering spa.
Because of the large number of bed and breakfasts, small inns, and other alternatives to chain hotels and motels, many gay travelers expect there to be gay guesthouses in Asheville and the surrounding mountains, as there are in places like Fort Lauderdale, Provincetown, and Key West. Asheville and the smaller vacation towns in the Blue Ridge, like Brevard or Black Mountain, all certainly are gay-friendly. But none are gay destinations.
The Horse Shoe Farm. Jordan Turchin Horse Shoe Dr. Offering over eighty acres of pristine river front farmland, a selection of individual guest homes, stables, and event venues, The Horse Shoe Farm is a retreat unlike any other.
By Andrew Collins. One of Asheville's more intriguing adaptions of vintage buildings is Woolworth Walk 25 Haywood Sta circa art deco stunner on Haywood Street that was beautifully restored in and now contains a co-op gallery featuring the work of more than artists living in western North Carolina. Apart from being a cool building to wander through, the art sold inside - photos, jewelry, paintings, crafts, and so on - is of an exceptionally high quality. For art loversshoppers, and fans of old buildings, this is a must, and it also contains a handsomely restored soda fountain, where you can enjoy a light meal or snack to break up the art exploring.
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