We've been to the Biltmore, and this comes close, in its fabulous interior woodwork, as well as proximity to the Biltmore entrance. Many Victorian B&Bs are a bit shabby; this one is in great shape. Location great, gardens lovely, breakfast rooms beautiful, not crowded. Food was excellent and very tasty - don't understand complaints. Were pleasantly surprised by 24/7 availability of free wine, snacks, coffee/tea, bottled water in rooms, etc. Only very minor issues are tiny bathrooms in some rooms (Romeo & Juliet, Wm. Breese, maybe others; I have plus-size friends who literally couldn't fit into the commode or shower spaces, so be sure to ask if that's important); and the odd modern AC units. I know that's the best they can do, but they're a little out of place in such an otherwise lovely venue. We'll definitely return!