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Black Mountain

With its proximity to Asheville, its small-town charm and the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, black mountain is a visitor dream come true. Discover quaint B & Bs; country inns and hotels; antiques and furniture stores; crafts and art galleries; and charming restaurants, cafes and outdoor dining.


Experience lake tomahawk: fish, picnic or stroll around the lake and watch evening primroses bloom at dusk. Get lost in another decade. The old hardware store and 1890s train depot are a step back to a simpler time-you may even eatch a craftsman stringing a dulcimer. Come for a visit. We are just 15 miles east of Asheville on 1-40, Exit 64.

201 E. State Street
Black Mountain
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828-669-2300, Toll Free: (800) 669-2301
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