This converted 1892 Victorian mansion offers historic southern beauty with modern amenities. Built by Vanderbilt's lawyer the Biltmore Village Inn sits atop Reed Hill, just four blocks from the gates to Biltmore Estate and walking distance to Biltmore Village. Large guest rooms feature antiques, exquisite fabrics and oil painting accentuated by luxurious comforts such as two person jetted tubs, fireplaces and sunset views. Flat screen tvs, dvd players, wireless access and wine chillers are some modern comforts provided. From our gracious southern, wrap-around porch enjoy gourmet breakfasts and spectacular mountain views highlighted by singing birds, cool mountain breezes and the morning paper. In the evenings join us for beverages while we kick our feet up in wicker rocking chairs and watch the sunset over row upon row of Blue Ridge Mountains.
This large ground floor room with king-sized bed overlooks the porch and the eastern mountains. In the bay window is a comfortable Chinese Chippendale love seat perfect for enjoying the fireplace on a winter evening. The soft green walls are complemented by oil paintings and beautiful accenting antiques. The king-sized bath (14' x 15') has a huge double whirlpool tub, and is one of three in the house with a fireplace.
Our largest room at 16' x 21' the Vanderbilt Room has a luxurious feel; its king-sized mahogany poster bed has reeded posts carved with ribbons, as does the canopy frame. The hand-carved mahogany entertainment center is adorned with acanthus leaves, flowers, and blind fretwork. In the large bay window looking out on the 100-year-old oak trees is a luxurious white Chinese Chippendale sofa from where you can see the sunset. The enormous bath holds a two-person jetted tub, glass enclosed shower and wrought iron fireplace.
The Biltmore Suite, a large bedroom and sitting room combination, is done in an masculine motif with leather, bowns and blacks. From the sitting room, enjoy a favorite movie on the large flat-screen tv. Both the 19’ x 14’ bedroom and the 11’ x 15’ sitting room have bay windows overlooking the grounds and surrounding hills.
The warm and bright Wingate Room is a generous 14' x 17', and faces the eastern mountains. The magnificent faux bamboo Ralph Lauren poster bed is a queen, The room also has a pair of matching chairs facing the fireplace, dvd player and flat-screen tv.
The room and bath were created from the original servant's cottage built around the turn of the twentieth century. The wrought iron queen bed faces the fireplace and wall mounted flat-screen tv. A fireplaces also adorns the large bathroom which hosts a two-person jetted tub and marble and glass shower.
The Carolina Suite is our newest addition to the inn; it is in the front of the old servant's cottage, and consists of a large bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a bath with a whirlpool and shower, and a pleasant and sunny sitting room. The bedroom has a four-poster bed with intricate carving and posts that reach right to the ceiling, a secretary, and a comfortable Baker wing chair. The comfortable sitting room holds a regular-sized pullout sofa bed, a large TV and VCR.
Enjoy the elite status accompanied by a stay in our newest, largest and lavishly furnished suite. The Penthouse Suite commands over 800 square feet of living space occupying the entire third floor of our villa. The room will peak your architectural interests when you gaze at the unique roof lines entering into the rooms. Your bedroom has a King-sized bed and features a small bar in the adjacent nook so that you will not have to head downstairs for refreshments. Lounge in the spacious living room or relax in the bright Tower Room for morning reading with your freshly brewed coffee. Finally, you can catch the headlines or your favorite show on any of the (3) televisions in your suite.
5 on August 25, 2013
Beautiful mountain views, breakfasts on the veranda that blow your diet but are totally worth it, relaxing quiet close to everything while a world apart. We returned fom dinner one evening and watched the stars come out from the terrace beside the thoughtfully prepared patio fire-pit. We walked down the hill to shopping and wonderful restaurants. Ask for the Carolina Room with its private porch. Delightful service and immaculate accommodations.
5 on May 29, 2013
I was very happy with our stay at the Biltmore Village Inn. Excellent hospitality and food!! The views of the mountains from the porch were AMAZING! We will definitely be returning.
5 on November 12, 2012
The Inn is beautiful and lovingly cared for. Our room was spotless, nicely decorated, with an extremely comfortable bed. Breakfast was a culinary experience not to be missed and we looked forward to a masterpiece each morning. We chose the Reed Room to avoid stairs and, being on the 1st floor, was quiet and peaceful. Monica was attentive to our every need and knew our wants before we did. We enjoyed the compatible conversation with the other guests during breakfast as well as cheese & wine in the afternoon.
5 on October 20, 2012
Absolutely beautiful. The bed and linens were fabulous. Breakfast was incredible. Afternoon wine; cheese and cookies was not to be missed. It was peaceful and secluded yet within minutes of everything. Could not ask for more.
2.6 on May 03, 2012
The host is trying very hard to make a poor location seem like a luxury destination. He is attentive and fun but the illusion of a view and a good location are just that. This could all have been brought up to par if the breakfast was edible. Your are given three courses and no choice and all patrons are required to dine at once. There was no discussion of what you wanted and since we misunderstood the cold thin French toast seemed skimpy. Then came the under cooked backed pear in the middle of spring followed by the weird variant of eggs Benedict. There is a great DVD collection and the room had 3 TV and was private so our romantic weekend was still a success. The wine and cheese and the cookies are good so with an overhaul on the breakfast this can be saved if you don't mind being on a back street in an iffy location.
Mountains, Small town
Asheville, NC (AVL) 9 miles
Take I-26 to I-40, and go east (direction Hickory and Biltmore Estate). Take Exit 50 and follow directions above.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Biltmore Estate, Blue Ridge Parkway, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Private entrance, Telephone, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Restrictive , Vegetarian