Events in Asheville February 2019

February is the perfect month for a winter getaway to the mountains. While the temperature can fluctuate from full-on chilly Winter to pleasant Spring, snow accumulation is generally mild, making it possible to get out and about to enjoy the … Continue reading

August Events in Asheville, NC

August in Asheville is a vibrant time…  the waterfalls beckon as the summer heat sets in, the music and art scene is as full as ever, and fireflies light up the evening. Apple season starts in late July in the … Continue reading

July Events in Asheville, NC

Summer is in full swing here in Asheville! Whenever staff is not at Hill House Bed & Breakfast, they’re off exploring hidden mountain waterfalls and enjoying the abundance of exciting events. Here we have put together some of our favorites … Continue reading

June events in Asheville, NC

  Things are heating up for the summer here in Asheville, NC, and the staff at Hill House Bed and Breakfast are looking forward to a summer of good music, exciting events, and the beautiful lush Blue Ridge Mountains. Here … Continue reading

April in Asheville

  Like this variegated tulip in Hill House’s garden, it appears that spring has finally sprung and it’s time to come out from hibernation and start enjoying the outdoors and some events around town! Need another reason to come rest and rejuvenate … Continue reading

Asheville October Events

  Here are a few events happening this October in Asheville to enjoy during your visit.   Saturday, October 7, 1-5PM CiderFest NC Taste a variety of hard ciders while sampling local cuisine, listening to music, arts strolling through arts … Continue reading

River Arts District Celebrates Community’s Unique Artists and Positive Progress with RADical Daze Weekend

Driving into Asheville on 240 East, it comes into view on your right. Colorful houses set into the hill above the river, industrial smoke stacks, vibrant graffiti script that might make you slow down if it’s your first time visiting Asheville, that might … Continue reading

Bicycling in Asheville

Bicycling in Asheville For most people in Asheville, cycling means the Blue Ridge Parkway. Yes, if you climb above 5,000 feet on the Parkway to the northeast or southwest of the city, you need to be accustomed to strenuous riding. … Continue reading