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Winter is a beautiful time of year to visit Asheville, which is in the western part of North Carolina. There are so many things to do, places to see, and food to try during the winter months. Yes, it may be slightly chilly during these months, but don’t let a little cold keep you away from experiencing the enjoyment of Asheville in winter.

As you visit Asheville in the winter, you may see a few flurries, but that makes an Asheville winter vacation so much prettier. So, pack your heavy coat, gloves, and hat and head our way for winter wonderland enjoyment. You will be so very glad you did!

Welcome to Barkwells new look! We are so excited to partner with Cube Creative Design of Asheville to update our website with a more dynamic and functional look!

While the new site looks similar, we are sure you will find it even easier to navigate and all your need-to-know info is right at your fingertips. Most importantly, our reservation process is the same, so it is easy to reserve your stay.

As the holiday season approaches, many families are getting ready to deck the halls with boughs of holly and, of course, the centerpiece of it all: the Christmas tree. But if you have a curious and playful pup at home, you may be wondering how to keep your furry friend safe and prevent them from knocking over or damaging your tree. We can help you Dog-Proof your Christmas tree.

Having a dog and a Christmas tree can be tricky, as dogs are naturally curious and may be tempted to investigate (and potentially destroy) the brightly-colored ornaments and other decorations on your tree. But with a little planning and some simple precautions, you can keep your dog safe and enjoy a stress-free holiday season with your four-legged family member.

Here are a few tips to help you Dog-proof your Christmas tree and enjoy a stress-free holiday season with your four-legged family member.

The gift-buying season has begun, and Christmas will be here before we know it. We know you are excited about the season and want to make sure you have everyone covered, so you are making your list of all those special in your life. Well, don’t forget about your furry, four-legged family members. Santa can’t forget them!

Too bad dogs can’t give us their Christmas lists like the others in our lives. There are many things to consider when deciding on what gifts to purchase for your pooch, their energy level, flavors they like, toys they should and should not have, and many other factors. But as you get to know your furry friend, we know you will make the best choices for their gifts. Below are a few ideas to help you out!