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Inn on Main Street Asheville NC Bed & Breakfast
88 South Main Street
Weaverville, NC, 28787, USA
(828) 645-4935

Inn on Main Street Goes Dog Friendly

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Posted on July 26, 2012

We love dogs at Inn on Main Street. It’s been hard all these years when folks asked if we were dog-friendly to have to say no. We just wanted to cater to guests who wanted a healthy allergen-free environment.

Our own loveable mutt, greeter dog Tasha, lived outside, and even preferred it on the coldest nights when we tried to make her comfortable in our apartment. The call of the wild trumped confinement.

But we can understand when bringing man’s best friend along to Weaverville feels better than leaving him in a kennel. So we found a happy medium. We’re permitting dogs in the Garden and Forest rooms, while still keeping the main house pet- and dander-free.

We’ve had to say no to a lot of nice folks who have wanted to stay with us. Now we want to welcome them and their furry friends. Please check out our pet policy if you’d like to bring Fido on your next trip to Asheville and the mountains.

Bele Chere Fills Asheville Bed and Breakfasts

Posted on July 24, 2012

Bele Chere Festival is Asheville’s version of Mardi Gras – music, food, crowds, sun, a giant party scene. Something for everyone, young and old. Some want to be right near the action, day and into the late night, and so Asheville is the place to be. But if you want to visit the largest street festival in the Southeast, and then feel you can get away from it all to our quiet relaxing porch in the small town of Weaverville, then Inn on Main Street is where you want to stay. We’ll direct you to the less congested remote lots where you can take a shuttle to and from the festival.

Of course, some want to avoid the craziness of Asheville altogether and have a great place to stay, walk to restaurants without huge waiting lines, and enjoy some of the live music that Blue Mountain Pizza or Jack of Hearts has to offer. Your choice. Either way, Dan and Nancy will make your stay relaxing, comfortable and peaceful. Give us a call.

A great Deal on an Asheville Area B&B

Posted on July 6, 2012 

Loyalty is important to us at Inn on Main Street; we cherish our repeat and referral guests, and want to treat them best. The best deals should go to those who book early and book often.

So here’s our new deal, available only to former guests and those they refer, and those who subscribe to the Inn on Main Street blog or Facebook page.

Stay two consecutive nights or longer between now and October, and take $25 off the cost of each night. Any room, any days of week.If you already booked a stay between July 6 and Sept. 30, let us know and we’ll apply the discount.

Just mention our Loyalty Special when you book, or write it in the notes area if you book online and we’ll subtract the discount. We can’t combine that with the extended-stay discount or other discounts we may offer from time to time, but it does apply to all our packages, such as Soaking Soulmates, Girlfriend Getaway, and Raft and Relax. Also, you must book directly with us by phone or via our web site online .

Hope to see you soon.

If you haven’t seen the fantastic segment UNC-TV’s “North Carolina Weekend” did in Inn on Main Street, see the YouTube version at http://youtu.be/lx7NUvE0THU .

Red, White and Blue Bed and Breakfast in Weaverville

Posted on July 1, 2012 

We’re fired up.

The Fourth of July is back in Weaverville. Gone are the days of dragging the porch furniture from Inn on Main Street into the street to watch the fireworks. The town has moved the show to Lake Louise, four blocks away. But this year the show is bigger and better than ever. Four bands will play music down by the lake all day, followed by a spectacular fireworks display.

Here’s how our town events calendar describes it:

“The Town of Weaverville will be hosting the Fire on the Lake Music Festival at Lake Louise. The festivities will begin at 5 PM at the Lake. Remote parking is available at AB Emblem, OTS, and in Downtown Weaverville. A shuttle bus will be provided to transport festival goers from the parking lots to the Lake. Handicapped parking will be available at the Lake.

“The Festival will feature peformances by Cripps Puppets, Moses Atwood, Glory on the Floor, and will feature a performance by David Holt and the Lightening Bolts!

“The event will conclude with the Town’s fireworks show!”

We still have openings for the Fourth and beyond, and hope some of this record 90-degree sizzle will cool down by then. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the show.