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Join us September 17th and jump on the Westsound Party Bus! What a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon! We board the bus at 1:30 pm on Saturday and listen to the tunes of Motown, county, and todays hits. As Westsound plays and sings we travel to our 1st stop – St. Paul Mountain Vineyards. Once there you will be presented with a complimentary wine tasting. Purchase wine, beer, and/or cider to enjoy on the bus, back at the inn, or to take home with you! A food truck is available on-site. Charleston Inn guests enjoy a 10% discount on each bottle of wine purchased.
We hop back on the bus and enjoy more music and beverages as we travel to The Appalachian Ridge Artisan Cidery. There you will enjoy a relaxing cider tasting overlooking one of Henderson County’s finest apple orchards! Cider will be available for purchase. We then board the bus again for more fun with Westsound as we travel back to the Inn for our evening social hour. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity. Please feel free to bring your own snacks during our entire afternoon of traveling!
Your package includes a 2-night stay (Friday, September 16th check in; Check out Sunday, September 18th) w/breakfasts, evening social hour at the Inn, the Westsound Party Bus, and a complimentary wine & cider tasting. Queen Room – $452 + taxes | King Room – $492 + taxes.
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The Charleston Inn of Hendersonville, North Carolina is a premiere 16 room, bed and breakfast which boasts a rich history in Western, North Carolina. Located on Main Street in Hendersonville, North Carolina, The Charleston affords convenient walking distance to all that downtown Hendersonville has to offer.
This 1880 property has been carefully preserved to afford its guests a glimpse of the past. Come sit with us on the front porch, enjoy the richness of history within its walls, and relax with new friends at The Charleston Inn of Hendersonville. The historic Charleston Inn, formerly known as The Claddagh Inn, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been welcoming visitors to Hendersonville, NC for more than a hundred years. Read the full history here.