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2014 Southern Conference Basketball in Asheville

February 13th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

2014 Southern Conference Basketball in AshevilleIt’s basketball time! The 2014 Southern Conference Basketball Tournament returns to Asheville’s US Cellular Center Arena and Kimmel Arena on the UNCA campus. Get your tickets now and join in the excitement, March 7th to the 10th.

But that’s not all – check out these other great events happening in Asheville for the Southern Conference!

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Bluegrass First Class 2014

January 26th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Bluegrass First Class 2014Once again, the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC will ring with the infectious sounds of good-time music as Bluegrass First Class 2014 hits the stage for three days, the third weekend of February.

Asheville, NC is always a great place to visit with great food, shops, galleries, museums, and historic tours. A haven for artists, craftsmen, and musicians from around the globe, it only makes sense that Asheville is also an excellent and obvious venue for festivals, year-round – especially bluegrass!

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Fall Foliage? Fall Foraging!

October 25th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

fall foraging with the Wild Foods Foraging Adventure

A major concentration of edible mushrooms grows
in the Asheville/Blue Ridge mountain area.

This is an absolutely beautiful time of the year to be out and about with all the fall foliage blooming around you in splashes of red, yellow, and green but it’s also an amazing time to do some fall foraging.

Do what?

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Southern Conference Basketball in Asheville

March 3rd, 2013 by Katie Pate

The Southern Conference Basketball Tournament returns to Asheville for 2013!
Don’t miss this opportunity to watch your favorite SoCon team. All games will take place at the Arena and Kimmel Arena on the UNCA campus from March 8 to 11. Ticket prices range from $11 for single game tickets to $90 for passes to all the games. To purchase tickets and get schedule details, check the Explore Asheville website.

Other Events Around Asheville for the Southern Conference

Plan some extra time for R&R in the beautiful mountain city of Asheville. The Magnolia Oyster Bar & Grill (26 Walnut Street) will have an opening night celebration after the games finish on Friday, with live music from the Vinyl Brothers Big Band from 9-11 p.m.
Saturday participate in the Downtown Dribble, a parade that you can march in! Bring your basketball to Vance Monument, in Pack Square, at 9:45 a.m. The parade runs to the U.S. Cellular Center, about 3 miles away.

Asheville Lodging for the Southern Conference

We still have plenty of space available for you at our Bed and Breakfast. The Geranium Room has a queen bad with a large

geranium room, red and white decor

The Geranium Room at North Lodge B&B

claw-foot soaking tub and fluffy robes. Or choose the Library room, a bright and airy guestroom with lots of shuttered windows as well as a LCD flat screen TV with DVD player. Along with offering luxurious and comfortable accommodations, we have several packages and add-ons to enhance your visit in Asheville.


For new reservations only, stay any two consecutive nights and all week day rates (Sun-Thur Good through March 31) are 20% off.

Tiffany Room regularly $160 now $128. Carolina and Magnolia rooms regularly $140 now $112. Geranium regularly $130 now $104  . Library regularly $120 now $96 . (Sun-Thur only, Good through March 31)  You must mention this ad when making reservation. These rates are per night rate.

See the rest of our specials and packages for your stay in Asheville.