B&B at Asheville Farm > Our B and B News
October 7 and fall colors are already gorgeous behind the B and B home
This rainbow appeared on a misty morning in September. Photo taken from pasture above the B and B home.
We have 3 adorable and super friendly itty-bitty goat bucks that love getting attention from our guests.
The cows often graze just off the back deck in the evenings, as the day is cooling down.
There is no prettier place to sit than in the sunroom/hallway that adjoins the larger and smaller apartments.
The sunroom/hallway futon is also a magical place to sleep when guests need more than just the 2 queen sized beds in the home. With its foam topper (which didn't make it onto the bed for this photo), the futon sleeper is super comfortable. And the sunroom/hallway even has its own private half bath.
Our favorite, dog-friendly place to hike is the NC Arboretum, which is about a half hour drive from our pet-friendly B and B home. Bent Creek inside the Arboretum offers lots of beautiful, cold, and clean swimming holes for dogs. Here we are drying off Kona after an afternoon hike and swim.
A few of the chickens that produce fresh eggs for our guests. Since we seem to have many more owls and hawks than we did in the past, the hens are now raised in large, net 'tents' that we move frequently. This keeps the girls safe as they spend their days worm and grasshopper hunting outdoors on fresh grass.
We aren't gardening as much now that we offer the home for B and B, but we love shareing our blueberries, blackberries and whatever else is in-season with guests. We noticed this adorable caterpillar with fake eyeballs in the garden.