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Even rooms this beautiful require a refresh now and then. Read our blog to learn about the Louis XV restoration: http://biltmo.re/3gm93
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Get a big, buttery taste of Biltmore’s dairy legacy at the Creamery in Antler Hill Village! A heaping scoop of our popular original recipe will be a perfect addition to your summer visit.
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Tomorrow is the last chance to enter our Savor Summer Wine Spotting Contest! Simply spot Biltmore wine anywhere, snap and share photos of the wine, and earn points. Details: http://biltmo.re/3fs1r
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Our second wave of sunflowers will be here before you know it!

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#BiltmoreWine tasting parties are great for fun with friends. Tips to get you started! http://biltmo.re/3f3vw
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A view, a glass of wine -- all that's missing is you. Come stay with us at the Inn this summer.

More info: http://biltmo.re/3etzm
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I certainly hope to do so...I was there at Christmas, last, and it was wonderful!
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The Walled Garden is filled with luscious summer beauty!

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Take your pup on an epic summer adventure at Biltmore! Gardens & Trail map: http://biltmo.re/3g3r5


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We just had a fantastic vacation in Asheville which included Biltmore Winery, the Grove Park Spa, and more. Our doggie loves it there too 
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It's Christmas in July at Biltmore! Each summer, our floral team heads out to Andrews Nursery, a family-owned tree farm in Newland, NC who has been growing our trees for over 35 years!

More about Christmas at Biltmore: http://biltmo.re/3fie7
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If you look closely at the set of 67 wooden chairs in the Banquet Hall, you'll discover faces looking back at you! As if there isn't enough to gaze upon in this amazing space, each chair has an intricately carved face adorning its frame--flanked by animal heads on either side.
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Sustainability is a big part of the Biltmore legacy. With the biofuel we produce from our canola harvest, we operate a fleet of estate vehicles, including work trucks and tractors. Our goal is to produce between 9000-10,000 gallons per year.
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If we were to pick a Biltmore Wine to enjoy in our Italian Garden, we'd recommend Biltmore Estate Chardonnay. Traditional oak aging adds layers of complexity and richness to the taste -- perfect to enjoy while gazing at the garden's elegant pools and Italian statues.

Buy our Chardonnay online: http://biltmo.re/3atp5
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1 Lodge St Asheville, NC 28803
1 Lodge StreetUSNorth CarolinaAsheville28803
(800) 411-3812biltmore.com
Museum, Historical LandmarkToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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Located in Asheville, North Carolina, Biltmore was the vision of George W. Vanderbilt. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, the 250-room French Renaissance chateau is America’s largest home. On exhibit is the Vanderbilt family’s original collection of furnishings, art and antiques. The estate is a National Historic Landmark and encompasses 8,000 acres of renowned gardens and grounds designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. 

Under leadership of Vanderbilt’s great-grandson, Biltmore has grown to include the four-star Inn on Biltmore Estate, Antler Hill Village, its award-winning Winery and Antler Hill Farm. In addition to the historic attraction, the company includes a home products division featuring Biltmore For Your Home and Biltmore Inspirations; and Biltmore Wine Company, which produces 170,000 cases of wine distributed in 26 states. 

Visit our website at http://www.biltmore.com/ for more information.
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George W. Vanderbilt’s iconic French Renaissance château features 250 rooms, lavish gardens & tours.- Google
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Alexa Still
2 weeks ago
Fabulous, amazing building, but the "self guided tour" is actually a follow the line of people, in that you have to follow the circuit and it was fairly crowded on our visit, making doing anything at your own pace kind of difficult. Well thought out parking and shuttles. However, to be avoided if you don't like the heat; crowds and no airconditioning in the mansion itself on a warm day is tough. They have fans here and there, but not a thought out air circulation plan. And the exit (follow the exit signs) includes a rediculously needless detour to antler hill farm. Such desperation for customers? Come on! This put me off totally....
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Donna Criswell
in the last week
After having traveled to western North Carolina for years, my husband and I finally made it to Biltmore with 3 of our children. On a Wednesday, it was crowded and hot, but worth the visit, especially in view of the fact that our children went free with us. For the history conscious adult, it reminded us of Ellis Island in that there is SO MUCH information to garner from a visit that it could easily use a whole day. There were some children younger than ours on tour, but in some cases, it may be necessary to bribe them with a trip to Carowinds or Dollywood to help make the visit better for the adults. The gardens were interesting as well, but the winery was best. ALL of the staff we spoke with or asked questions of were top-notch caliber and eager to please and inform. An all-around great visit to one of North Carolina's best known and best loved attractions.
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Dean Guite
4 months ago
Insanely awesome especially the mansion, the gardens, and the views from the roads around the estate. Though it seems pricey, it's worth every penny. This is a tourist attraction well worth your time! FYI: Rent the headsets to hear fascinating stories about the mansion. Also leave about 6+ hours to see everything!
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Robin Werling
5 months ago
The Biltmore Estate & Gardens is a must-visit in NC to see how the wealthy lived it up back in the day. The estate is just amazing, beginning with the planning of the entrance, the restructure of the surrounding forest and the self sufficient lifestyle. Inside the house the handcrafted woodworking, the Garden Room and indoor pool were my favorites. We had lunch in the Stable Cafe where the horses stalls are now used as dining rooms and strolled around the outer gardens with amazing views of the countryside. I can not wait to go back in the Spring when the flowers are blooming and visit the winery.
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Golam Sayeed
2 months ago
Inn on Biltmore Estate; I would give ✭✭✭✭✭. From the time we arrived until we left the hotel, everyone was very friendly and courteous. Food at the hotel is just exceptional; everywhere we eat, they were just delicious. We did not have to go outside the Estate once for any meal. It was just relaxing time when we were there. I would highly recommend the hotel if you want peaceful and relaxing time from your everyday busy life. I cannot wait till my next visit to Inn on Biltmore Estate for some relaxing time. My family loved it. I hope this help you!
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Richard Battista
a week ago
What a great tour of an incredible property. The staff is very knowledgeable They are accommodating and helpful. If possible, you should see the Hearst castle before you visit the Biltmore -- otherwise your tour of the Hearst property will be very disappointing. This is one of those locations that should be on your "bucket list".
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Ashton Pavlischek
in the last week
Beautiful estate! We just did a non-audio self-guided tour. Their pamphlets give you all the information you need. We enjoyed touring the house and gardens. Be sure to stop by Antler Hill for a vineyard tour and unlimited wine tasting!
Kaitlyn Jolly
a month ago
We can't get enough of Biltmore. We have gone for many years and tomorrow will mark out fifth time in two years. The Stable Cafe is a must as well as the "Behind the Scenes" tours. I can't say enough good things about this place. We used to visit as a stop along the way, but it is now our full vacation!