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Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate 4.0

Asheville, North Carolina Mountains, North Carolina

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  • Contemporary hotel on Biltmore Estate property, with wealth of activities
  • Located in Antler Hill Village, with winery, shopping, and farmyard
  • Elegant guest rooms with plush beds, window seats, and desks 
  • In-room flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and Keurig coffeemakers
  • Bathrooms have spacious walk-in showers and C.O. Bigelow products 
  • On-site full-service restaurant specializing in seafood
  • Seasonal outdoor pool and modern fitness center 
  • Guests have free access to full-service spa
  • Business center, meeting room, 24-hour front desk
  • Free Biltmore Estate shuttle 
  • Free on-site self-parking
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout


  • Fee for breakfast
  • Spa is off-site 

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The four-pearl Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate is a well-designed contemporary hotel that offers the prime advantage of a location right on the Biltmore Estate property. The hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool and fitness center, and the surrounding Antler Hill Village area contains a winery, shopping, farmyard, and outdoor adventure center. A restaurant showcasing seasonal seafood is in the hotel, and several more restaurants are located on the estate. The 209 fresh, contemporary guest rooms all come with 42-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, Keurig coffeemakers, free Wi-Fi, and attractive bathrooms stocked with C.O. Bigelow bath products. Those who want a more affordable hotel, not on the estate, but still a short drive away might consider the Baymont Inn & Suites Asheville/Biltmore, which has a free breakfast and indoor pool, but not as many on-site activities or restaurants.

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Upscale contemporary decor and a relaxed vibe for families and couples 

Opened in 2015, the Village Hotel is situated in a modern, four-floor building on well-landscaped grounds with trees, flowers, and several patios. Contemporary public spaces make good use of natural materials like wood and stone, and feature fine furniture and big windows to let in natural light. Guests spend much of their time wandering the fields, forests, and gardens on the estate, and engaging in activities like hiking and biking. The hotels draws leisure travelers to wealth of dining and activities and pleasant Biltmore setting. The romantic atmosphere lures couples, while families with kids benefit from the playground, farmyard, and seasonal pool. 


In Antler HIll Village on the Biltmore Estate grounds, next to winery and shops

Village Hotel is located a five-minute drive off U.S. Interstate 40, situated in the Antler Hill Village section of the Biltmore Estate property. The village’s winery, playground, outdoor adventure center, and barn are all less than a five-minute walk, and the vast Biltmore Estate can be hiked to in about an hour (guests can also drive there or take the hotel's free shuttle). Venturing outside the estate, the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is a 10-minute drive, the 19th-century Smith-McDowell House (Asheville’s oldest house) is a 12-minute drive, and the 42-acre Western North Carolina Nature Center zoological park is about 17 minutes by car. The center of Asheville features shopping, dining, galleries, and museums -- it’s a little more than a 15-minute drive, and just north of downtown Asheville is the Montford Area Historic District. North Carolina Arboretum is a 25-minute drive from the hotel, and it takes roughly the same amount to time to reach Asheville Regional Airport. 


Contemporary with high-end details, plus mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi

The guest rooms and Suites at the Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate have a crisp, contemporary aesthetic. Decor is rustic but elegant, with quality dark-wood furniture and white trim, oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, and fabrics in cool neutral tones. There are window seats and spacious work desks with retro industrial-chic chairs, and a mix of hard-wood and carpeted floors. Most rooms are spacious, and all feature comfy beds with Serta mattresses and amenities such as wall-mounted 42-inch flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, Keurig coffeemakers, safes, irons and ironing boards, and free Wi-Fi. Suites add minibars with free snacks and sparking water, and units with sofa beds are available. Attractive bathrooms have roomy walk-in showers with granite tile, en-suite vanities, hairdryers, and a stock of upscale C.O. Bigelow products, and Suites have separate jetted tubs. Some units offer views of the estate’s woods and fields.


Seasonal outdoor pool, fitness center, free estate shuttle, and on-site seafood restaurant

The Village Hotel offers an excellent array of facilities both on- and off-site.  On-site, there's an outdoor pool, a little more than 10 meters in length, which is open seasonally and situated in a courtyard with large sundeck. The fitness center has several cardio machines and free weights, and guests are given free access to the full-service spa (treatments for a fee) at the nearby The Inn on Biltmore Estate. The Kitchen offers breakfast and lighter lunch items, and the full-service Village Social serves breakfast for a fee, and lunch and dinner menus feature American cuisine, with sustainable seafood as a highlight. 

The hotel offers games and crafts for kids, plus a business center, meeting room, 24-hour front desk, and free self parking and valet parking (for a fee). Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. A free downtown Asheville shuttle runs on Friday and Saturday and a free daily shuttle makes stops at several points on the estate, including Biltmore House. 

Off-site at various location on the Biltmore Estate are additional restaurants that serve everything from Southern cuisine to Appalachian comfort food, plus there's a tavern with live music, an afternoon tea spot, and an ice cream parlor. The estate also has Biltmore House tours, a winery with free wine tastings, Antler Hill Village shopping, blacksmith and craft demonstrations, a farmyard, and playground. The outdoor adventure center features hiking, biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, fly fishing, and carriage tours. Fees may apply for some activities. 

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207 Dairy Rd, Asheville, North Carolina 28803-5901, United States