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Asheville - Biltmore Estate


Jason Greer

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018
We decided to buy annual passes this season and so glad we did. Tons of annual pass holder perks! Now that the Christmas season has come and gone, the crowds are manageable. We go at least twice a month; nice dinner for two, kids to the Antler Village park, ice cream, short hikes, long hikes, rentals for reasonable prices (and discounted for pass holders) ... so much to do and the staff is always courteous and helpful; love the folks in the Outfitters Cabin. Thanks for reading and remember to let me know if what I shared was helpful with a thumbs up!

Julie Lyall

Monday, Nov. 20, 2017
Love Biltmore Estates. If you live in the area, a season pass is the way to go so you can see the grounds in every season. It makes a great day-Trip with the family or a romantic weekend getaway. The house tour is really interesting, upgrade to the audio-headset at least once. If you don’t want to spend the money there are always tour guides stationed throughout the house to answer questions. The grounds are beautiful and if you like walking/hiking, it’s great to just walk around and explore. They’ve done an excellent job with all the restaurants and shops. The petting zoo for kids is a nice addition. I️ wish the playground was bigger and nicer but fingers-crossed they will improve it soon. I️ appreciate how nice the staff always is to us, maybe because we are members but I’ve had several occasions where they have apologized for mispronouncing my name - and it’s a silly thing that happens to my family often but only at Biltmore do we have the experience of staff apologizing and mentioning that they will try to say it correctly the next time we visit, it’s such a nice touch that I️ have to think they discussed in their job-training. They are all so consistently professional and polite, just a great customer service experience. We always look forward to spending a Saturday there with our kids or an evening for a date night - hoping to make a stay at the hotel on the grounds in the near future, I’ve heard good things about it, and like everything else there, it looks beautiful.

Alina Nicoara

Monday, Jan. 1, 2018
Happy to still have the opportunity to get a glimpse of the past! This house is majestic and is beautifully preserved. The grounds are beautiful and I’ve visited in all seasons and they truly do a great job of keeping it current! In the spring there are tulips and hyacinths, in the summer the gardens highlight an array of different kind of roses and in the fall the gardens are full of mums and pansies. The winter season highlights all the Christmas decorations! There are also lots of outdoor activities! From the Antler Village to the winery, the farm, all the shopping and eating venues, you will enjoy a day at Biltmore! 😍

Audrey Johnson

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018
On my bucket list for years . didn't want to leave my kids because we went with there money.they didn't want to go ....they went and didn't want to leave. They are already planning to return. Had dinner at one of the restaurant and had a ball everyone was so nice spent new years eve there. My daughter love the wine. I add mine to my collection. And bought a bottle from a local winery to drink. On to the next place on my bucket list

mlnaire 0305

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018
What an amazing place to visit. It is something to plan a whole weekend or longer, to truly experience it all. There is so much to see and experience. Around every corner, there is something new and amazing to see. There is so much to try to wrap your mind around. Great place for a family vacation.

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