We're on the verge of leaf season in the Asheville area and its a great time to plan a vacation getaway. The National Forest Service offers a list of recommended driving routes from which to see the best of the reds, yellows, and oranges as the mountains turn into a panorama of color. The Foliage Network keeps you in tune with the changing season with regular updates on where to catch peak leaf season activity. But the best way to enjoy the leaves is to get out and live the experience!
Carolina Mornings offers several vacation homes with fine vantage points from which to enjoy the fall foliage. There's the Doolittle Mountain Cabin situated on thirty private acres between Asheville and Hot Springs, where you can enjoy the colorful view while luxuriating in the seven-person hot tub.
The Banjo Branch Hideaway offers long-range mountain views into the Pisgah National Forest from beautiful Mars Hill Valley. The patio is the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon before heading into Asheville for an evening of entertainment.
Or how about a weekend of rest and relaxation at Alpine Valley View? This highland vantage point sits high on a hilltop to give you a million-dollar view. Cozy up beside the fire to keep warm on those chill autumn nights.
Wherever it is that you decide to pause and behold the breathtaking vistas of Western North Carolina during this foliage season, let Carolina Mornings enhance the comfort of your stay in one of our unique vacation homes.