A Boone couple converted an old downtown Studebaker dealership into a luxurious hotel where a community gathers under the mountain sky.
In Asheville, one old-school diner serves up the hamburgers and hospitality that have drawn regulars for nearly 50 years. For those loyal customers, all roads lead to Five Points.
Tinsel and twinkling lights, cookies and hot chocolate, and a visit with you-know-who. All aboard the Craggy Mountain Line!
A near-fatal accident led Katye Fredieu to soapmaking to care for her wounds and her community.
Raise a glass at this Paris-inspired bookstore and Champagne bar, where old-world European style meets old-school Southern hospitality.
Tobacco barns once dotted the Appalachian landscape in the thousands, before a government buyout in 2004 brought an end to that way of life. Now, passionate locals are recording their stories and giving these iconic structures a second chance.
On the bank of the French Broad, a local outfitter gives back to the waters that sustain it.
At a gallery in Mitchell County, an artistic couple showcases fine ceramics that are made to be admired and used.
Three retired friends from Chicago threw caution to the mountain wind and built a sleek and sophisticated home for two households.