Grove Park Inn

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At this 1913 inn, you may come across a ghostly lady in pink. She is the wife of renowned writer Fitzgerals, and is known to tickle guests’ toes at night. She has been spotted by both guests and employees. Room 545 is said to be particularly haunted with slamming doors, laughter, voices, and cold temperatures.

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290 Macon Ave
Asheville, NC 28804
United States

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35.620658, -82.54227600000002
Buncombe County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Asheville, NC (1.5 mi.)
Woodfin, NC (2.4 mi.)
Weaverville, NC (5.4 mi.)
Biltmore Forest, NC (6.1 mi.)
Swannanoa, NC (8.2 mi.)
Bent Creek, NC (8.6 mi.)
Royal Pines, NC (10.2 mi.)
Fairview, NC (11.0 mi.)
Avery Creek, NC (11.1 mi.)
Black Mountain, NC (12.4 mi.)

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