Discover the awe-inspiring wonder of Biltmore mansion, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. Your daily admission will provide entrance into America's largest home, historic gardens, and Antler Hill Village and Winery. Opened in 1895, Biltmore House was the centerpiece of industrialist George Vanderbilt's estate and is filled with original art and furnishings. The grounds include 75 acres of formal and informal gardens, so you can spend hours exploring the lush landscape.
You'll stay at the Inn on Biltmore Estate -- the exclusive lodging on Biltmore's 8,000 acres, offering Vanderbilt-inspired hospitality, four-star service, and a complete escape from everyday life. The inn has been named to Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List for the past seven years.
Enjoy a private garden tour of Biltmore's historic gardens, given by a Biltmore gardens expert. Designed by renowned landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, the grounds are magnificent in every season! In the spring, the Walled Garden is bursting with blooms, from thousands of tulips to flowering trees and shrubs.
Explore the glass-roof conservatory; located in the estate's Walled Garden the conservatory nurtures flowers for Biltmore House and tender bedding plants for the gardens, just as it did in George Vanderbilt's day. The towering central Palm House hosts a large collection of palms, ferns, and other foliage plants, while the Orchid Room offers a stunning variety of delicate orchids.
What is more serene than relaxing by the inn's scenic pool surrounded by the beauty of the mountains and lush landscape? You're sure to enjoy some time at the pool.
The deluxe accommodations at the inn feature everything you need for a restful stay, from premium bath amenities to views of gorgeous mountain vistas.
Who can't use a little more personal time? Enjoy two 50-minute massages at The Spa, Biltmore. The revitalizing journey begins the moment you step foot into the luxurious facility. Designed with exquisite details evoking the elegance of Biltmore House, it promotes reflection and repose.