Loved Weaverville! Small, quiet town but for us, an older couple, it was perfect. Slow, two lane Main Street through a totally charming downtown with some surprisingly fantastic places to eat. We ate at The Glass Onion, The Stoney Knob Cafe, and Blue Mountain Pizza (lots more than just pizza!) and can highly recommend all of them and there are more restaurants that looked interesting too. Interesting shops...particularly liked a ceramic pottery store that had some beautiful and unique pieces. There were other areas that we saw but didn't have time to explore, one being a very pretty lake, Lake Louise I think, that had a walking trail around it. Weaverville is very convenient to Asheville. Hop on I-26 and you can be downtown in about 20 minutes. The Biltmore House is a must see, but we'd been there several times before so we got on the trolley tour which turned out to be an interesting way to see a lot of Asheville, with a running commentary from the driver with information about everything...our driver was hilarious, I think he thought he was Mark Twain! You can get off the trolley at various stops if you want, then get back on every half hour. We got off and had lunch at the Grove Park Inn...beautiful place to look around. Other things to see/do, Blue Ridge Parkway with The Folk Art Center, Asheville Arboretum, huge farmers market...there's lots to do. So, Weaverville was perfect for us...couldn't have been more pleased.