On September 1, The New York Times included the Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association’s fall package in their “In Transit” travel blog. The story “In Asheville, A Fall Tour That Includes Farms and Wine” featured a photo of Friendswood Brooms and told about the package which features the Sandy Mush community of Leicester, NC.
The piece outlines the package that includes “two nights’ lodging at a member bed-and-breakfast, a map and guide of the community drawn by an area artist, and a picnic lunch to enjoy at Addison Farms Vineyard, which will supply a complimentary wine tasting. Agricultural stops include Sandy Hollar Farms, where visitors can shop for honey and beeswax candles and other handmade crafts; and Reeves Homeplace Farms, which raises livestock. Artisans on the tour range from potters and quilters to broom makers.”
For the full story, visit http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/travel/in-asheville-a-fall-tour-that-includes-farms-and-wine.html
To learn more about the participating inns and book your package, visit http://ashevillebba.com/our-inns/