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Business Description
Sourwood Inn, constructed of cedar and trimmed with stone, sits on one hundred acres of hilly terrain at an elevation of 3,200 feet. Each of Sourwood Inn's guest rooms has a private balcony overlooking the Reems Creek Valley, a wood-burning fireplace, and a tub with a view. It was created to provide a retreat where our guests can experience the delights of the Blue Ridge and still easily access the arts and sophistication of downtown Asheville.Outdoor activities in the Asheville area include hiking, whitewater rafting, fly fishing, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
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Phone: (828) 255-0480

Fax Number: (828) 255-0480

Categories
Bed & Breakfast & Inns, Lodging
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Wi-Fi: No

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johnmcdaniels

10/24/2003

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Overall
Absolutely Perfect in Every Way!

The Sourwood Inn is fantastic. Everything is perfect. Every room has its own balcony, great view and fireplace. Service is great, and the owners are very nice people. The lobby is comfortable like your own den, and it's is a great place to read and drink cider in the afternoon. Refreshments are served every afternoon. My wife and I enjoy walking on the trails, and it is so nice to have cider and cookies waiting for us after a long leisurely walk through the woods. Definitely have dinner at least one night while you're there. They have no liquor license so you have to take your own wine, which is fine with me because I don't have to pay a huge markup for a glass of wine. (Yes, I am a little cheap.) You can find more expensive places to stay, but you won't find a better place to stay.

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