Sunday, October 9, 2011

Fall Foliage, Festivals, Flings - on our Honor! - It's Here!

October in the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains - This is what we have been waiting for!
Fall Foliage and views to take your breath away... live music, festivals, and flings that are a breath of fresh air...
Wine, Dine and Unwind with our restaurants, grills, cafes and local wine tastings , pair that with our handcrafted goat cheeses that you can purchase direct from the local creamery (Oak Moon Creamery) on an honor system, drive along NC State Scenic Highway NC 19 and choose your own locally-grown pumpkins - also on the honor system - support America's #4-ranked community college (Mayland) while you participate in the 2011 Yancey County Dream Home Tour (a trip through these storied mountains for leaf-looking excursion, history, beauty and vision. You will see unparalleled rolling valley and mountain views at Mountain Farm lavender and goat farm, a family chapel at historic Elk Farm, a totally handcrafted log cabin, historic homes, and much more.) Stop at the studios of our acclaimed artists (more, per capita, than anywhere else in America), visit the world-renowned Penland School of Crafts, try your hand at gem mining, pick your own heritage apples, clog (North Carolina dance) to live bluegrass, take a hayride as you listen to Revolutionary War and Civil War stories at the historic Altapass Orchard, and more.

Turn this vacation of a lifetime into a home for a lifetime. Call for an appointment to visit the sanctuary setting of THE COVE AT CELO MOUNTAIN(828-679-4869 - select days are available in October for complimentary accommodations and one night of fine dining), and choose your 1-3-acre home site, cabin, or cottage among streams, creeks, trout ponds, waterfalls, long and short-range mountain views, 4 community parks with cooking and seating areas and fire pits, lean-to's for photography or reading, a custom tree house and more. The Cove at Celo Mountain is a small private, gated community far enough away from the hustle and bustle of big-city life to relax, close enough to one of Fodor's 2011 world destinations (Asheville) to stay just connected enough... Slow down, breathe the mountains, live the dream... along America's Favorite Drive - the Blue Ridge Parkway in the beautiful Toe River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The mountains are beckoning...

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