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Biltmore Village

Nestled at the foot of George Vanderbilt’s Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, the Historic Biltmore Village is home to more than 40 shops of diverse one-of-a-kind craftsman along with national retailers. Graced with more than 10 cafes and restaurants, some with open-air dining, the Historic Biltmore Village is composed of tree-lined streets, brick sidewalks, and quaint cottages and buildings, some dating back to the early 1900’s,

While the Biltmore Village resembles a small English village, modern indulgences including salons and the Spa at Biltmore Village offer men and women a luxurious and customized experience designed to meet your individual needs,  Art Galleries provide a reflective escape from retail therapy, and the late 1800’s Cathedral of All Souls Episcopal cathedral rises as a architectural achievement in town center.

Boasting a former hospital, railroad depot, school, and other services to the Estate, the Historic Biltmore Village is truly a dynamic, functioning entity of the city of Asheville. Enjoy this destination area of Bed and Breakfasts, four-star hotels, nationally recognized retailers, eclectic entrepreneurs, and delectable dining.

10 Brook Street
Asheville
NC
28803
Biltmore Village

Biltmore Village was built in the late 1890’s. This area was first established as a planned community outside the gates of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. This is considered the Official Historic District of the Asheville area. Biltmore Village has many great eateries, places to stay and shopping for the whole family. Restaurants such as the Cantina at Biltmore, Ruth’s Chris, Red Stag Grill, Fig Bistro and Rezaz are featured in this beautiful little community.

10 Brook Street
Asheville
NC
28803