Albemarle Inn

A quiet, romantic inn, located in the
Grove Park district of Asheville

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January 2, 2020

January Asheville Events - Food and More Food!

Posted by: Kay

January Asheville Events - Food and More Food!

Dear Past, Present, and Future Guests!

 Happy New Year to all! The Albemarle Inn had a fantastic year, and we are looking forward to the “roaring 20s”! We are kicking it off with a month full of good eats and unique experiences! 

 After the holidays have past, and people begin to wind down, the rest of winter passes slowly by – as if the world is breathing a heavy sigh of content. What better way to enjoy the peace and quiet than to escape to Asheville for a little getaway? Come and join us for the $500 Romantic Midweek 2-Night Stay with Biltmore Special! Click the link for more details!  

And while you’re visiting, be sure to come ready to eat and explore! Firstly we have the Wild Food Stroll hosted at the Grove Park Inn from now until the beginning of March. Join experts as they give you a tour of the “ultimate natural food”. 

If you prefer being in the kitchen, then you may want to check out Ofri’s Home Cooking! This lovely establishment offerings Indian cooking classes weekly; learn about spices, vegetables, and cooking techniques. 

And for a special Asheville treat, the Chop Shop Butchery - just around the corner! - is hosting a class on January 9th that is all about the creation of sausages! It’s a hands-on class that also works with local breweries to compliment the amazing flavors. 

As always, if you’re ever needing help with making your trip to Asheville, NC special – the staff here at the Albemarle Inn is dedicated to making an experience as unique as you are. So get your earmuffs and scarves out of the closet – winter in  #RomanticAsheville is here! Remember to book directly with us for the best rates! You can also book online or call us at 828-255-0027. #bookdirect

 If you have other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call.

Happy New Year from the Albemarle Inn!

Kay Halverson, Assistant Innkeeper

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