PET FRIENDLY PLACES
My very first review is on the NC Arboretum. Seriously…what’s not to like ??
It’s beautiful, scenic, peaceful and PERFECT FOR DOGS !!
There’s a lot to explore… plant life, exhibits, hiking, biking, and even a restaurant to relax and refuel !
Read more here in my blog – NC ARBORETUM
ASHEVILLE NC – PINBALL MUSEUM
I have had the pleasure of visiting Asheville NC many times. This is a great place to bring your dog ! Many of the restaurants are dog friendly and there are many hiking trails. They even have a Pinball Museum which allows dogs. They not only have pinball games but also have some vintage arcade games ! My parents (raised in the 80s) were in heaven !
Read more here in my blog – DOG FRIENDLY PLACES IN ASHEVILLE NC
HOTEL INDIGO DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE
Not too far from the Pinball Museum is my favorite DOG FRIENDLY hotel !
Chic rooms offer city and Blue Ridge Mountain views, and feature free WiFi, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, MP3 players, plus Keurig coffeemakers and walk-in showers. Suites have fridges and floor-to-ceiling windows; some offer outdoor terraces, fireplaces and soaking tubs.
Amenities include free and valet parking (fee), a fitness center, a business center and a meeting room. There’s an on-site bar and bistro.
Hotel Indigo Asheville Downtown, offers guests an inviting, refreshing, and tranquil experience to offset the high pace and stress of everyday living.
Hotel Indigo offers the best of both worlds; the intriguing design and individual personality of a neighborhood boutique hotel, plus, the thoughtful amenities and attention to detail that you expect from a large upscale hotel. It is consistent, yet unique. Hotel Indigo is here for you.
Nestled in the heart of Downtown Asheville, Hotel Indigo is just around the corner from the locally owned shops and restaurants at the Grove Arcade. Guests who choose our Asheville, North Carolina accommodations can walk to a variety of fine restaurants, art galleries, antique stores, music venues, and boutique shops. Nearby Asheville attractions include the Biltmore Estate, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Folk Art Center, hiking and biking trails, and white water rafting, to name just a few.
The urban, yet natural setting of Asheville is captured and reflected in the hotel design, with the contrast of urban concrete and steel versus the warmth of materials, texture, and colors found in nature. The hotel aesthetics are light and open, featuring contemporary furnishings, floor-to-ceiling windows, stained concrete, glass tiles, quartz and granite countertops, wall coverings depicting area nature scenes, local artwork, and a multitude of striking architectural details. Keeping in balance with nature was an important element in the hotel design.