Comfort Suites Biltmore Square Mall
890 Brevard Rd.
Asheville, NC 28806
Phone: (828) 665-4000
Fax: (828) 665-9082
Antler Hill Village and Winery sits on the highly-acclaimed property of Biltmore Estate. There's the Outdoor Adventure Center where visitors who want to see the Biltmore Estate and the Appalachian Mountains from a different perspective can find tours ranging from ride-along Land Rover expeditions to horseback riding tours. A wide-range of outdoor classes are also held here including clay pigeon shooting courses and a fly-fishing school. Whether you're looking for something light or more substantive there are a number of different restaurants located here including Cedric's Tavern for pub fare or the Arbor Grill for a casual meal.
The Asheville Carolina 14 has beer on tap, along with an appetizing food court. Listening devices and access for those with disabilities allow for more folks to enjoy the antics of their favorite actors. For those who have more time to spare, a spell in the game room will help fritter away those extra minutes. For more information, visit the website.
Situated south from the downtown Asheville, Toy Boat Community Art Space is the outcome of the collaboration of various groups like Runaway Circus and Loose Cabooses, Wendal Wandell, Forty Fingers and a Missing Tooth and The Vanishing Wheelchair. This eclectic space is host to a variety of events ranging from acrobatics to concerts to jugglery. The art space is also well-equipped to host events of any size, however, the events held here are not confined to the walls of the space as the open space outside its door is also used for hosting circus and other large scale events. If you are keen on learning the tricks of the magician or antics of the the juggler, then you can enroll to the classes scheduled at the art space from time to time. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
The Grey Eagle is a famed event space that is popular for the sheer variety of music programs it hosts. Take your pick from the bluegrass, jazz and blues events offered at this acoustically well-equipped venue. The in-house restaurant, Twin Cousin, serves delectable Cajun cuisine and is sure to keep your hunger pangs in check during event nights. The venue can also be hired for hosting private parties or business events. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
McCormick Field is primarily a baseball park and home to the minor league Ashville Tourists. Built in 1924 and sitting a good way up on one of the city's hills thus providing a great scenic view. Renovated, the ball park is modernized but still has the authentic charm of ball parks of yore.
Since its inception in 1925, the Memorial Stadium has been hosting sporting events like athletics tournaments and football matches for local teams. Besides hosting championships, this 5000-seater multi-utility space also hosts cultural events in its premises. Call ahead for details.
With a 942 person capacity and state-of-the-art sound and light facilities, the Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club is your pick for the day. It is the favorite live music hall and concert venue, featuring all kinds of stage performances and cultural acts. Famous personalities and bands, such as Bob Dylan, Damien Rice and Flaming Lips have performed here. The atmosphere is ideal for any kind of show. In fact, you can even host private parties and events here. Grab a bite at the in-house restaurants or have a drink or two at the beautifully designed bar after the event.
If you are a fan of independent films or tired of the commercial hype of big budget studio films, then sit back, relax and enjoy something different at The Fine Arts Theater in downtown Asheville. An array of art and independent films each year keeps patrons who love the art of film making coming back again and again. For more information, do check out their website.
Located across Patton Avenue, Asheville Music Hall is a concert hall that stages local and regional artists. Every week, it features interesting and entertaining performances that are well attended. For on-going and up-coming events, check website or call ahead.
The One Stop Deli & Bar is a concert venue, deli and bar located in downtown Asheville. The deli menu consists of a number of specialty sandwiches featuring new creations and classic favorites or create your own sandwich from the numerous options available. Many of the meats are smoked and cured in-house while much of the produce comes from nearby farms. Many of the beers provided at their full-service bar are local brews. Local, regional and national bands grace The One Stop's stage.
North Carolina Stage Company in downtown Asheville has been voted Asheville's Best Local Theater for three years in a row. This is testimony enough to the theater for their hosting of excellent plays, comedies, dramas, acts and classics. Encouraging talent and art in Asheville for years, NC ensures great viewing pleasure and a beautiful theater experience you won't forget.
Located inside the YMI Cultural Center building, Apothecary is the best place to gauge the extent of local talent in Asheville. It opened its doors in August 2012, and since then this creative space has played host to a series of performances in music, dance, theater, as well as to a number of lectures, film screenings, educational and community events. And not just the local talents, you can also watch the performances of various national and international artists/ bands on tour. In the past, artists like Molly Nilsson, Alligator Indian and Hear Hums have graced the stage at Apothecary. Call ahead to know more.