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Biltmore Village Inn
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Reviewed December 13, 2012

My wife and I found the Biltmore Village Inn over the summer while on a little road trip. From the moment we met Monica and got a historic walk-through of the house, we knew that this was the place where we wanted to come for our (then) upcoming honeymoon. And since our beach wedding was rained out, we are making plans to return on our anniversary to renew our vows, with their incredible view of the Blue Ridge Mountains as our backdrop.

In our opinion, you won't find any better service, breakfasts, or views anywhere else in Asheville!! John and his staff in the kitchen are absolutely amazing. We shared our Thanksgiving with them and had the most amazing 5-course Thanksgiving dinner along side the other house guests. I'll just urge you to forget your grandmother's meal just one time to experience food at its best!

Their personal touch by the lengths they go to accommodate their guests are simply inspirational. Don't let the opportunity to truly know what it's like to be taken care of pass you by!! Take advantage of the afternoon wine tastings as well. You won't regret a thing!

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Reviewed December 13, 2012

.My wife and I had a great couple of days at the Inn. We were warmly greeted and treated to wine and cheese in the afternoon of our arrival. The folks that were staying there were fun to talk with over breakfast, and the breakfasts were OUTSTANDING. The first night, we went out to eat in Biltmore Village (a block away) at the Corner Kitchen. We highly recommend eating there. The food, the ambiance and the conversation (we sat at the bar) was just wonderful. After the meal, we came back to the Inn and lit and tended the fire pit and consumed a bottle of wine we brought from Italy. The staff was friendly and helpful. We highly recommend the Biltmore Village Inn and will go back

Room Tip: We stayed in the Reed Room - fireplace in the bedroom and the bathroom. Give it a shot
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Jtwill
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Reviewed December 13, 2012

My wife and I have stayed at many fine inns over the years. One thing that sets the Biltmore Village Inn apart is the inn keepers' genuine interest in their guests and thoughtfulness. Rather than a cheerful face from behind a desk who hands you a key and offers the obigatory "Enjoy your stay and if there's anything you need just ask," Monica and her staff quietly see to it your stay is perfect. You are pampered here. You are well feed here. And there's little to interfere with a great stay. If that's you idea of a great inn, then look no further. The combination of this extraordinary inn and its extarordinary staff set the Biltmore Village Inn apart from just about the whole pack. Also, we don't ever recall a nicer group of other guests during our stay. Highly and sincerely recommended!

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank James M
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Reviewed December 11, 2012

From the moment you arrive to the time you won't ever want to leave, The Bilmore Village Inn is such a breath of fresh air. The staff welcomes you and bends over backward you entire visit! We were a bit disappointed when we got there and our room was right across from the dinning room...we thought it would be loud and we would never sleep, but it was so quite there! We slept great and woke to the smell of brewing coffee. Breakfast was a wonderful 3 course meal and in the afternoon there are goodies and drinks. All our reservations were made for us for dinner. The view was beautiful and we had a nap in the hammock! December and 65 degrees! This is the most wonderful place to stay! Visit! You won't regret it!

Room Tip: I don't think you could go wrong!
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 10, 2012

When looking for a place to stay in Asheville we decided to try this wonderful bed and breakfast instead of a hotel. We stayed three nights in the Penthouse Suite and were very impressed by the accommodations and the view. Breakfast was a great deal different from our usual fare and it was especially nice to be able to sit and talk with other visitors while taking time to enjoy the meal. It gave us an opportunity to compare notes on places to visit and things to do as did the complementary wine and cheese in the afternoon. The innkeepers (Mary Ann and Monica) were very helpful in setting up our trips to the Biltmore Estate, taking care of ticketing and reservations. They were also very helpful when it came to choosing local restaurants since we like to avoid the chains when we're on vacation.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Pat K
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