Step back in time and walk the old brick sidewalks of Biltmore Village. Enjoy shopping at the many unique and charming shops ... More
Step back in time and walk the old brick sidewalks of Biltmore Village. Enjoy shopping at the many unique and charming shops that make up the village. When you are ready for a bite to eat, there are restaurants to suit everyone's taste, from quaint coffee shops to the roomy, festive Mexican fare of LaPaz. This village sits at the entrance of the Biltmore House Estate and beckons to be discovered. There is even a museum that houses the history of the village through maps, photos and more.
The history is some of the buildings were built by Biltmore estate for workers. See this for the shops and resturants. Take the trolley from the visitors center, you wont have to park and you can stay as long as you like. Another trolley will come.
Nearby this hotel is the NC Arboretum, the historic Biltmore Estate, and the Biltmore Square Mall, with more than 70
stores. There is a variety of restaurants nearby, enough to satisfy anyone's appetite. After dinner, you are welcome to ...
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