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where you can eat with your canine companion. The Inn also offers dog walking if you elect to leave your pet at the Inn.


Downtown Asheville is a collection of boutique shops, head shops, restaurants, and art studios. The Mast General Store, with its wonderful collection of clothes and old time candies and goods, provides a nice contrast to the head shops filled with tie-dyes and Grateful Dead paraphernalia.


Asheville is a great place for people watching. As one t-shirt stated, "If you are too weird for Asheville, you're too weird."


We enjoyed meals at a couple of downtown restaurants Bouchon, offers all-you-can-eat mussels on Monday and Tuesdays with a choice of five different styles, all good. The Tupelo Honey Café offers terrific Southern cuisine with "an uptown twist." Neither of these restaurants were set up for dogs, but I was told that Frankie Bones, a well thought of Italian restaurant, has a patio where you can dine with your pet.


So bring Fido to The Blake House Inn Bed and Breakfast and enjoy a fun weekend getaway with hiking, arts and crafts galleries, restaurants and boutique shopping.


Inn rooms run from $120-$165 per night. A two- night minimum is normally required; three nights on holiday weekends. All rooms, with the exception of the Sycamore Suite, include a full breakfast. Reservations can be made by calling 888-353-5227 or online at http://blakehouse.com/reservations/.


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