The Biltmore Estate is a grand place any time of year, but Christmas at Biltmore is truly stunning. The palatial mansion is unbelievably beautiful when decked out in festive decor. A visit during the holidays is a cherished tradition for many. Find out why below!
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What To Expect During Christmas at Biltmore
The interior of the Biltmore mansion undergoes a dazzling makeover for the holidays. Ornate wreaths and delicate garlands adorn the walls, and you’ll discover more than 55 glittering Christmas trees as you stroll through the rooms.
There’s nothing quite like the scent of fresh evergreen trees, flickering fireplaces, and special treats during christmastime. You’ll feel like royalty as you walk through the grounds during Christmas at Biltmore.
Beyond the House
At the Conservatory, you’ll see vibrant holiday blooms underneath the beautiful glass panes. Head to America’s most visited winery to savor commemorative Biltmore Christmas wine – a seasonal favorite among many.
If you’d like to make a romantic dinner part of your visit to the Biltmore House during Christmas, you have several options! The different restaurants at Biltmore will offer special menus, and you can choose from a romantic candlelit dinner, tavern fare, upscale bistro, and more.
Don’t forget to stop by Antler Hill Village for the breathtaking evening illumination display! It frequently tops lists of romantic things to do in Asheville as well as lists of the best places to see Christmas lights in Asheville.
When to Visit
If you plan to visit during the evening, you can navigate through the Biltmore House by the soft glow of candlelight. Twinkling Christmas lights provide the finishing touch of wonder as you take in the sights. Choirs and soloists will also provide live music in the evenings.
Christmas at Biltmore 2019 runs from November 1st, 2019 – January 5, 2020. If you are planning ahead and can buy your tickets at least seven days in advance, you’ll get $10 off the cost of your ticket for Christmas at Biltmore.
Daytime Admission Pricing: $69 – $99
Evening Admission Pricing: $74 – $99
Our romantic bed and breakfast is nestled in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina overlooking the charming historic town of Waynesville, and your comfort is our top priority. We’re just minutes away from the Biltmore House, but provide the quiet, private surroundings you’d expect to have to drive hours for.
The elegant guest rooms at our inn feature amenities like fireplaces, luxurious, soft beds, en-suite bathrooms, plush linens, and more.
In addition, concierge assistance is always available, whether you need dining recommendations or would like for us to arrange a host of options to enhance your stay such as a local craft beer or wine tour, massage treatments, fresh flowers, chocolates, or a workout at a local fitness center.
Be sure to take a look at all of our gorgeous accommodations before you book your holiday getaway. We look forward to hosting you!