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Highlands, Brevard, Cashiers, or Franklin?

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Hi-Im trying to plan next summers vacation to Western NC and trying to decide on a base town to stay in. I've been to the Smokies as well as the Blowing Rock area. This trip I want explore the Highlands area as well as exploring into North Georgia some In addition, driving some of the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville and possibly a day trip to Chimney Rock. Highlands seems like the ideal place to stay. But, im also considering the other towns I mentioned. How much is there in Highlands? We generally like a small, quaint town to explore but with some amenities. Is there a good amount of restaurant choices? Also, we generally like middle of the road, is all of Highlands kind of upscale? For lodging, we d probably want to find a rental cabin as well.
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