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Exploring Art in Weaverville, North Carolina


Take a walk on the wild side this November 2nd and 3rd at the Weaverville Art Safari, where local artists welcome visitors into their home studios. At this year's Art Safari, you can explore the studios of potters, painters, glass artists, weavers, jewelers and many, many more. With over 40 artists participating in and around Weaverville, you are sure to find a treasure you cannot live without.


If you want to get an early start, consider attending the preview party and silent auction on the evening of Friday, November 1st. This fun event is a fundraiser for the Art Safari and will be held at the Town Hall in Weaverville. Don't miss this great opportunity to take in the culture, mix and mingle with the locals, and maybe take home a door prize donated by one of the artists.


After an art-filled day of walking, rest your tired feet and restore your energies at one of the Outdoors at Treetopsmany beautiful local Carolina Mornings Properties. Tree Tops is a luxurious three-level property that sleeps eight. At the end of your day, take a relaxing dip in the hot tub under the stars or, if you prefer, soak in the panoramic mountain views from inside the warmth of this upscale vacation rental. Great Escape is another terrific option for your stay. With panoramic views of Downtown Asheville from the deck, this calming rental option sleeps 10 and is sure to be a great place for you and yours to unwind. Also located in Weaverville, Mockingbird Hill is a modern home away from home. This eco-friendly vacation rental boasts two levels, four bedrooms with king-sized beds, two kitchens, and a beautiful deck complete with a grill and views of Reems Creek Valley.

Call Carolina Mornings today at (877) 902-9441 to reserve your Asheville mountain cabin. A professional Vacation Planner will help line up your vacation rental accommodations, Biltmore Estate tickets, and outdoor adventures such as ziplining and golf (included with every Carolina Mornings rental!).


By: Carmen Ybarra