Biltmore Village Inn

Address: 119 Dodge Street, Asheville, North Carolina, 28803, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 119 Dodge Street, Asheville, is near Double Decker Coffee Company, Fine Arts Theater, French Broad River Brewery, and Smith-McDowell House Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBiltmore Village Inn Asheville

      Reviewed by jacobandmegan

      Great bed and breakfast!!

      Reviewed Apr 29, 2011
      by (3 reviews) Belfry , United States Flag of United States

      We loved our stay here in the Penthouse Suite! Wonderful innkeeper and beautiful mountain views!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Biltmore Village Inn Asheville

      Loved This Place

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      My husband and I visited Asheville for a weekend visit to celebrate out anniversary. I found the Biltmore Village Inn online and booked the trip.

      We were delighted with the place. It's lovely and the people are extremely nice. The rooms were beautiful, clean and roomy.

      We would recommend this to anyone visiting Asheville.I t's very close to the entrance of the Biltmore Estate if you're planning on visiting the estate.

      The Best B&B in Ashville!

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      My wife and I recently stayed at the Biltmore Village Inn at Ashville for our Anniversary and we love it! Karen, Bob, Carmen, and the rest of the personnel that work there make you feel that you are right at home. We felt like we knew them for years and we just met.

      We stayed in the Honeymoon suite, which is not in the main part of the house and we loved the accomadations. We had to do a late check-in and Karen made it so simple to check-in and be able to enjoy our room.

      The food was awesome. The breakfast was not small be any means and it provided you a great start to the day. karen makes sure that if you have any special requests she will accomadate it. No problems at all.

      The location of the property is right in near the Biltmore Village just outside the Biltmore Estate grounds. We considered staying at the Biltmore Inn, but are so glad we did not. The service at the Biltmore Village Inn could not have been better or more personable. We would highly recommend it and plan to stay there whenever we are in Ashville again.

      A Peaceful Stay

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      After deciding on a mid-summer getaway to the mountains of North Carolina, we reviewed many of the bed and breakfasts listed by the Asheville B&B Association. We chose Biltmore Village Inn for its close proximity to the Biltmore Estate (just minutes from the Gatehouse) and its unique location atop a hill over Biltmore Village.

      Our visit was a very peaceful one; the neighborhood is quiet and the large home is very comfortable. Our stay in the Vanderbilt Suite was perfect - the king-size bed is just right and the spacious bathroom with both a shower and whirlpool double bath made for a wonderful holiday away from home. Our time there was filled with rest and relaxation - many naps and quiet reading on the huge wrap-around porch with a glass of wine in the afternoon.

      Our compliments to all of the staff on a gracious time from welcome to departure. Jessica helped us plan our trip very capably with hints of weather to expect during our stay and special arrangements for our late arrival. Karen, the inn-keeper, assisted us with hints of happenings in downtown Asheville and favorite spots close-by in the Biltmore Village to dine. Daphne brought smiles to our faces every morning with her cheery greeting and delicious breakfasts. Everyone helped us to feel as though we were right at home at the inn.

      We enjoyed our stay so much that we extended our vacation and spent an extra night at the Biltmore Village Inn.

      P.S. If a visit to the Biltmore Estate is on your schedule during your stay at the Inn, we recommend upgrading with a second -day ticket and breaking up your tour with the interior on the first day and the gardens on your second day. There is too much to see to squeeze it all into a single day visit!

      Great Inn, Great People!!

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      The Biltmore Village in was an excellent place to stay. We picked it for it's proximity to the Biltmore Estate and it ended up being the best part of our trip to NC. The accomodations were superior and lovely as well as pristine, but the people set the Biltmore Village Inn apart from other places we've stayed. The staff were so helpful, friendly and accomodating (they even asked about allergies ahead of time and accomodated our cheese allergy). It was just like staying with friends. The food was fantastic, especially Karen's Barcardi Rum Cake which was always available for a late night snack!! And enjoying the meals on the wrap around porch with the cool mountain air made it all that much better! Definitely the place to stay!!

      BEST BED & BREAKFAST IN AREA

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      We have stayed in many B & B's over the years but our most recent stay at The Biltmore Village Inn B & B in Asheville, N.C. was our best ever! The innkeeper, Karen, was so personable and made us feel right at home in the glorious surroundings. The inn is spotless and so beautifully decorated. Each morning we were greeted by her friendly staff as well as the most sumptuous breakfast one could ever hope for! Each evening we shared conversations with the other guests, as well as the innkeeper, and enjoyed delicious wines & cheeses. If you want a totally relaxing experience book your next stay at the Biltmore Village Inn!! Charles & Kathy Schmitt - Illinois

      Great Getaway

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      We had a great experience at the Biltomore Village Inn. The area has a lot to offer. The staff and our room were above average and we certainly recommend others try the experience.

      Reminiscent of grandma's hospitality

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      We stayed at BVI in high season in Asheville- October. The location was nice~ perched on a hill above the Biltmore Village Shops and restaurants- walkable. The Alabama Room was perfect from the huge comfortable king bed to the gigantic whirlpool tub. The decor and smell were reminiscent of my grandmas house. It's like a little museum with all the interesting antique pieces. Owen and Ripley were gracious enough to bring in a massage therapist for complementary massages on the weekend. Once we asked to be introduced, they allowed their charming little dogs to join us while hanging out in the house. The breakfasts were exceptional. They also have a pretty extensive video library available if you have trouble sleeping. Owen and Ripley were extremely accomodating, but not overbearing at all; two intersting guys.

      Excellent location, wonderful hosts and very comfortable, tasteful accommodation

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      Excellent location, wonderful hosts and very comfortable, tasteful accommodations...we loved staying in the Forrester Suite, a small cottage off the main house that also accommodates pets. The owners have beautifully remodeled this stately victorian that's perched on a hillside above the Biltmore Village. Only 2 minutes to the Biltmore Estate...which is worthy of a trip to NC in itself.

      Lovely bed and breakfast

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      My husband and I stayed at the Biltmore Village Inn in North Carolina Inn in June to celebrate my 59th Birthday and our 37th Wedding Anniversary.

      The Inn is beautifully decorated with lovely antique furniture, paintings and interesting decorative details everywhere. The fabrics, the colors and the small collections of "objets d'art" everywhere are a feast for the eyes. We also enjoyed sitting out on the porch and looking at the mountains in the distance. This is a lovely spot.

      The breakfasts were a real treat because they were nutritious as well as interesting and delicious. The best part is that they are willing to share their recipes on their website if you want to continue enjoying the treats.

      Overall, we had a great experience and would highly recommend the Biltmore Village Inn.

      The most peacefull , restfull vacation ever !!!!!

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      Ripley and owen are reason enough to visit this charming Inn. They are delightfull hosts and will see to your every comfort. We stayed in the alabama room. The bed was soooooo comfortable and the 2 fireplaces and double jacuzzi were wonderfull !!!!!!!!! We especially enjoyed ripley's excellent cookies and elegant breakfast menus. This is a must go restfull vacation spot !!!!!!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Biltmore Village Inn Asheville

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