Great Asheville trip
Submitted: May 1, 2012
Stayed: April 2012
When traveling, my wife and I always seek out architecturally interesting accommodations. Loft #201 clearly met that goal on our recent trip to Asheville. It is very well designed for maximum and comfortable use with multiple skylights and two "Romeo and Juliet" wrought iron rail balconies that allow visitors to both enjoy the outdoors and observe the activities on the street below from the comfort of their own living and bed rooms, almost no matter the weather. This tastefully restored two-floor building, very well photographed on its web site, is perfectly scaled on this relatively quiet tree-lined street only a few blocks from all of the restaurants, art galleries, etc., which make downtown the vibrant city it is. And, a special and unexpected treat for us on this trip was to locate an antique-filled wine bar literally right below our loft. In that we are also dedicated wine aficionados, it was just like having our own wine cellar downstairs, but even better with not only a good variety of wines but some light food and live music as well. We plan to clearly come back to stay here on future trips. We have found our urban home when visiting family in Asheville, which we regularly do annually!
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