Weaverville Art Safari Spring Studio Tour April 28, 29, 30 2017
Your business is our pleasure.
So you searched the Internet for motels near Weaverville and found us.
For an affordable rate, you’ll get not only a comfortable room and a good breakfast, but you’ll also have access to a business center to support the work you’re here to do.
And, if you’re looking to relocate to the Weaverville/Asheville area, you couldn’t find a more pleasant place from which to tour neighborhoods and communities looking for the home that’s right for you.
After a day of business or house hunting, nothing is nicer than relaxing on the porch with a cool drink, knowing that for all the ground you’ve covered that day, a good night’s sleep is around the corner. Check in with the folks back home – Weaverville has excellent cell phone service.
On the second floor, you’ll find a computer and printer to use freely (and we mean free). We also offer free high-speed wireless Internet. Some business travelers like to use our computer for research while they communicate with the office on their laptops. Many of our guests looking for property enjoy the convenience of using the inn’s computer to conduct online searches.
Being able to use ours means you don’t have to bring yours. Either way, feel free to use the printer to make hard copies of reports and emails. The next morning, after you’ve slept soundly, we’ll make sure that you get to your meeting on time, fortified by excellent coffee and a sustaining, delicious breakfast.
About the Dry Ridge Inn Bed…
The original portion of the Dry Ridge Inn was built in 1849 as a parsonage for, what was at that time, the Salem Campground, a religious revival camping area that had…
Asheville NC History
Like you, people have been interested in exploring Asheville for a long time. The first people to fall in love with it were the Cherokee Indians, who appreciated the fertile ground…
Like you, people have been interested in exploring Asheville for a long time… The first people to fall in love with it were the Cherokee Indians, who appreciated the fertile…