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BURNSVILLE

Our member innkeepers invite you to experience a memorable mountain vacation during your stay at a Burnsville, North Carolina bed and breakfast.

Here in the North Carolina mountains, variety is the word. Burnsville, the Yancey County seat, provides a lovely offering all around the town square. This afternoon, you can visit the specialty stores for your own unique interests, take a break in the coffee shop, and expand your creative mind in our galleries. We are proud to be the home of more artisans and crafters per capita than any other U.S. area, so you’re sure to be inspired! The performing arts are showcased at The Yancey Theater and the Parkway Playhouse. Top it all off with a relaxing dinner at one of the many charming local restaurants. Tomorrow let’s venture outside the city limits and take in the awesome sight of Mt. Mitchell, the highest mountain east of the Mississippi. If you’re a lover of the outdoors, you’ll want to be sure to explore our hiking trails—over 100 miles in Yancey County.

Mountains, caverns, waterfalls, skiing, shopping, golf, music, gambling, and mining for precious stones -- Burnsville, NC is a gem of a vacation spot!  Enjoy your stay here to the fullest when you choose lodging at a NCBBI member inn, where you will be pampered with comfortable accommodations, a delicious breakfast, and the finest North Carolina hospitality.

 
 
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