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George Vanderbilt's historic country estate in Asheville, NC; Biltmore includes Biltmore House--America's largest home--plus gardens, winery, Antler Hill Village, historic farm, 4-star Inn on Biltmore Estate, shops, restaurants, branded products...more
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We came up for Valentines weekend and had a blast! We did the Range River experience, horse back riding on the trails and explored the winery. Next time we want to do the clay shooting and maybe the fly fishing lessons. Who knew there would...More
I’ve been to Biltmore many times in the last 35+ years; and it’s always fascinating and intriguing as always! Many things change from year to year, and with added activities and many more places to eat or lounge on the properties! The grounds are always...More
I had been trying to set up a trip to Biltmore for a couple years and was so excited when the opportunity finally presented itself. We went in February so there was hardly any crowd. We explored the outside grounds first and it was beautiful,...More
I’ve visited Biltmore several times over the years. This time my wife and I decided to walk the trails and ended up over at the new estate hotels. We checked those out for future stays and then decided to head back to a car because...More
Definitely an American Classic Structure, built with private monies. The grounds are amazingly well cared for. The Vanderbuilt home is full of Splendid artifacts. The grand ballroom, smoking room, indoor bowling alley and private bedroom quarters are amazing. The kitchen was full of the original...More
My husband and I bought Season Passes last year and visited several times throughout 2018. The highlight for us was the Candlelight Christmas Evening which we did for our 55th anniversary. You have to have advanced tickets with a time to enter the house. Our...More
The Biltmore is magical! There is always something to see and do no matter when you visit. Each season unfolds is own special beauty. New Year's Eve and the whole Christmas season, If you have a pet, they have a kennel that will keep them...More
There are regular guided tours, special tours, time of year tours......see the website for options. As to restaurants, none are inexpensive. The few we tried were very good food and excellent service. For a couple, I would... More
There are regular guided tours, special tours, time of year tours......see the website for options. As to restaurants, none are inexpensive. The few we tried were very good food and excellent service. For a couple, I would say safely, without souvenirs, you will be at around $300-$350 for a day.