Biltmore is an 8,000-acre estate featuring America's Largest Home in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina, Biltmore was the luxurious family home of George and Edith Vanderbilt. The chateau-style property has been preserved to allow visitors the opportunity to experience the Gilded Age – with original furnishings and incredible art throughout.
A hugely popular visitor attraction, guests can explore the entire chateau and grounds – learning about the history, people, art and furnishings on self-guided tours. It's even possible to take a guided, 60 minute rooftop tour! For those who want to spend a night on the 8,000 acre estate, there are a range of options including two different hotels and self-catering cottages. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BILTMORE ACCOMODATION OPTIONS
Yes, it's possible to get married at Biltmore – surely one of the most iconic wedding venues in North America. The scale of the estate means that there are a multitude of options available to those considering holding their special day here. From intimate wedding receptions for just 30 guests held at The Inn to grand affairs for 600 guests held at the chateau itself, there is something for everyone. Regardless of the venue chosen, happy couples are sure to make lifetime memories for themselves and their guests by celebrating their special day on the estate. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT GETTING MARRIED AT BILTMORE
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1 Lodge St, Asheville, North Carolina, 28803, United States
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