Comfort Inn Mars Hill - University Area
167 J.F. Robinson Lane
Mars Hill, NC 28754
Phone: (828) 689-9000
Fax: (828) 689-2366
167 J.F. Robinson Lane, Mars Hill, NC, US, 28754
- Phone: (828) 689-9000
- Fax: (828) 689-2366
A grocery store, tavern, tea house, wine store, performance venue and more, Good Stuff Grocery has a lot to offer.
Blackout Effectors is an expert handmade pedals manufacturer which is used for guitars. It is also a performance space for local as well as touring bands. Located in Downtown Asheville, Blackout is nestled above Forever Tattoo and is an intimate venue for live gigs. Some of their previous line ups are Crown Larks, Nest Egg and Due Deligence.
Located across the North Lexington Avenue, the Static Age is a records store-cum-music venue. This small music shop stocks an enormous collection of video games, DVDS, CDS, vintage vinyl records, turntables and other music accessories. Apart from that, it also has t-shirts and other memorabilia. Occasionally, Static Age also hosts concerts of local and touring bands/artists. For more details and gig guide, call ahead.
Visit Bruisin' Ales to stock up on beer for your next party. This top class store boasts a whopping 800 labels of beers from across the world, a haven indeed for beer lovers. From the popular Belgian and Irish varieties to rarer labels like Chimay Blue 2010 and Epic fruit beer, everything can be found neatly lined up on the numerous shelves. One can start a personal collection of the chilled drink after shopping here. choose an assortment of six drinks to make a basket worth gifting on special occasions.
It's every little girl's dream to grow up to be a hairstylist. Marcy Lanier was no different, and Willow's Dream, is the wonderful manifestation of hers. Named after her daughter, this trendy Downtown salon offers a range of treatments and therapies. It specializes in haircuts and coloring, personalized to suit every customer's tastes and preferences. Pamper yourself with other services like facials, skincare, waxing, manicures and pedicures. The skilled and experienced entourage coupled with cutting-edge techniques ensure you have a relaxed and deservedly self-indulgent time. The lovely boutique alongside features scented candles and organic essential oils that are great for an at-home spa experience.
A walk down Broadway Street guarantees a visit to L.O.F.T.; its attractive, heavily-donned window is just a glimpse of what's to come. The specialty store houses an interesting collection of Lost Objects, Found Treasures - the phrase that gives this place its acronym - laid out in a vibrant, garage-sale-esque atmosphere. The assortment features funky and creatively recycled artifacts, vintage items and rare antiquity. Browse through authentic artwork, hand-made ceramics, scented candles, photo-frames, foreign furniture, lanterns, and much more. This is your one stop shop for unique souvenirs and exquisite gifts that you will not want to part with.
This chic and funky clothing store offers affordable and stylish outfits for women of every age. Whether it's an evening gown or a casual tee, Minx Boutique will ensure that you look your very best on any occasion. Complete your look with the amazing range of high-end accessories that this store is famous for.
Stepping into the tiny space that is the Carolina Cigar Company, your first sense is the intoxicating aroma of sweet tobacco. Then, as your eyes adjust to the dim interior, you see large tobacco market baskets, fast becoming a rarity even in antique stores, high up on the walls. You’ll find superb pipe and cigarette blends in sealed jars out front, but their forte is the hundreds of cigars in the climate controlled back room, which hand rolled from Carolina and South American tobaccos. From Robustos to Churchills, well-aged blends, interesting flavors and diverse wrappers, this shop is sure to suit both aficionado and novice. -Nadine Naujoks
Visit the Appalachian Craft Center and take a look at the amazing works of over 150 local artists at this one location. This place brings together a rich selection of jewellery, pottery, glassware, books and local food items like jams, honey etc. Owing to the variety of items that are on offer, it is a must-visit to shop for oneself or for gifts.
A bookstore that has been a part of downtown's community since 1982, Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe started as a small endeavor on the part of the owner, Emoke B'Racz, to further her love of books and literature. The love for literature is obvious from the name of the store itself, inspired by the character of Mrs. Malaprop from Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play The Rivals. Though the root word of the name, malapropism, refers to the improper use of words that sound similar, this bookstore has a staff that is dedicated to ensure you buy the proper book for yourself. There is also a cafe at the bookstore that serves locally roasted brews. See the website or call to know more.
A stunning variety, spectacular designs and consistent quality have made Tops for Shoes a trusted name for shoes and sandals in the city. Be it for a dressy occasion or a formal office day, pick out a pair from the collection. Available in all sizes, the store stocks designer shoes by Calvin Klein, Hunter, Michael Cors, Jeffrey Campbell and Van Eli. Both men and women are sure to find comfortable footwear suited for all events here.
Duncan & York is all about connection - their goal is to offer truly unique gifts to customers and have them feel connected with what they buy, which is why most of the items found in the store are American made. From hilarious cards, gorgeous stationary sets to arts and crafts tools and cute accessories, this Asheville store is the ideal place to buy a gift. You'll never run out of new things to purchase and there is even food and drinks in the store.