Quality Inn & Suites Biltmore South
1 Skyland Inn Drive
Arden, NC 28704
Phone: (828) 684-6688
Fax: (828) 684-3407
At Smiley's Flea Market you'll find the odds and ends that make shopping at a flea market exciting since you'll never know what you'll find! This weekly market has rental space available so if you're in the mood to downsize this is a good place to start.
At Mountain Sunshine Farms, pick the choicest of products and fill your shopping cart with things as exotic as beans, Amish Gouda cheese, honey, ham that has been cured for a year and many such things. The muscadine jelly is too good to miss. The cheese which is manufactured here itself is one of the finest of its kind; combine it with wild huckleberry jam, which will make your mouth water while you may end up buying a large stock of the preserved fig. Definitely a shop for all food enthusiasts.
Step back in time and walk the old brick sidewalks of Biltmore Village. Enjoy shopping at the many unique and charming shops that make up the village. When you are ready for a bite to eat, there are restaurants to suit everyone's taste, from quaint coffee shops to the roomy, festive Mexican fare of LaPaz. This village sits at the entrance of the Biltmore House Estate and beckons to be discovered. There is even a museum that houses the history of the village through maps, photos and more.
If you are looking for off-the-beaten-path kind of music, come to Harvest Records. These guys have a great selection of old and used records, and if they don't have something you are looking for, they'll order it. Call for details.
Asheville Mall is a place where the fun never stops. It is huge and houses some of the world's most renowned brands. You can be sure to find something for everyone at this mall. With fun activities and events held at the mall, your entertainment needs will be aptly catered to. You can actually forget your worries and shop till you drop here. Asheville Mall also houses a cinema theater to entertain the movie buff in you.
Earth Fare is the grocery store for the health conscious or the gourmet cook. Find fresh, organic produce and products (much of it locally grown or made), herbal remedies, chemical-free meats, fine wines and coffees. Look for such gourmet products to help create Thai, Japanese, Indian cuisines, among others. There is also an on-site vegetarian cafe with many dishes to choose from. Stock up on sushi, healthy desserts, muffins, bagels and frozen dinners as well as dye and chemical-free cosmetics. You'll find a little bit of everything that Asheville has to offer.
From the outside, this store looks modern, even contemporary. But step through those glass doors and you'll be transported back to your childhood days when you hung out at the corner candy store. Grab a bucket and choose from over 500 kinds of candy, some hard-to-find old favorites, displayed in bushel baskets on one side of the store. Remember Chuckles and Mary Janes? Well, they've got 'em! If you can get past the candy, Mast also stocks a charming array of country style products as well as sports gear and clothing.
The two-storeyed Grove Arcade during looks every bit like a medieval palace, more so in the evenings when the place is brightly lit. Unlike most shopping centers, this arcade doesn't give the feeling of being over-crowded. Simplicity is associated with every shop and restaurant. The ice-creams at KAMM'S Frozen Custard Shop is a local favorite. The Corner Market houses a deli inside, so that no sooner is the shopping done that one can grab a bite. The best local craftsmen too are housed in here with 'Home Crafts' paving the way. Not much of an arcade arena, but without doubt a good shopping center.
After tasting success purely as a trader, owner Nader Kawar decided to take his mineral trading business to the shops in Grove Arcade. The result was Enter the Earth, a minerals and fossils shop providing rare stones for purchase. Authenticity is never an issue as the goods are shipped all the way from Madagascar. Having a host of gifts and jewelery items created from rock, minerals and fossils, the store is sure to tap the archaeological bone in one and all.
Stevenson Rare Coins & Jewelry, amongst Asheville natives, has rejuvenated what was once one of the most popular hobbies. Over the centuries, the United States dollar has seen various changes. Prominent amongst them were the English and Spanish influences it has had. The power of the currency itself can't be disputed. Stevenson Coins helps collectors go through the years and find what's missing. Being the largest buyer in North America, a trip to the place is sure to bring you one step closer to making that collection a complete one.
Established in 1938, this Woolworth store showcases around 160 artists. From Appalachian to contemporary styles, there is an appeal to residents, newcomers, and tourists. The artists of Woolworth Walk are independent licensees providing a wide array of arts and crafts including decorative art and jewelery. In addition, a fully functional soda fountain can be found. Operating in its original location and serving many original items including club sandwiches and old fashioned ice cream sodas, this feature completes the Woolworth Walk experience.
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.