By / 28th February, 2014 / Things to Do / No Comments

Traveling to Asheville, NC in the winter is a great way to get the most out of winter’s natural majesty.  At Sourwood Inn, you can enjoy the grandeur of the mountains, take in some of the most beautiful forests in America, and bask in the warmth of a cozy fireplace. Asheville Bed and Breakfast with fireplace But there’s more to Asheville than scenery!   You can also participate in unique Asheville events and activities that you’ll remember for the rest of your life.

Coming soon to the Sourwood Inn, you’ll be able to enjoy the wonder and excitement of introductory Falconry.  For those who are unfamiliar with falconry, this is the ancient art of using a bird of prey to hunt for wild quarry in its natural habitat.  Mastering a trained falcon or hawk can’t be done overnight, but we can bring the full enjoyment of falconry to you in a fun vacation experience.  The professionals at Curtis Wright Outfitters have over 40 years of combined experience, and they bring you the excitement and adventure of falconry in a safe and fun way that the whole family can enjoy.

Also coming in March is Appalachian music from the musical duo Zoe and Clyde.  Zoe andFalconry Guided Trip in Asheville Clyde have been a hit at the Sourwood Inn in the past, and they’re bringing their take on traditional Eastern American mountain music back to our cozy bed and breakfast this March.  We think this musical duo is the perfect compliment to your outdoor vacation experience.

Enjoy the great outdoors, but don’t forget that Asheville is also alive with a thriving arts and entertainment district.  Spending the day in downtown Asheville is a truly rewarding experience with much to offer you and your family.  Asheville is rich in culture, music, dining, and majestic seasonal appeal.  Late winter and early spring schedules always fill up fast, so keep in touch with the Explore Asheville website and book your stay early!