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Asheville, NC

Located in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina has been a thriving tourist destination since the late 19th century and is home to the magnificent Biltmore estate. This French Renaissance chateau, designed by Richard Morris Hunt, was the largest private residence in the U.S. at the time. But this stunning estate is not all Asheville has to offer. It’s also home to spectacular scenery, quaint Southern restaurants and 30 antique stores; all of which have the makings of a perfect antique weekend getaway. These shops sell everything from fine European and American pieces to art pottery, to Appalachian folk art.

Additionally, Asheville boasts the Brunk Auctions, with eight to ten sales a year, and early 20th century architecture and art deco buildings, making the town a strong rival to Miami’s South Beach. When you are done antiquing for the day, you can lose yourself in the town’s vibrant nightlife, 150 boutiques, shops and galleries, and wonderful restaurants. Other places worth visiting here are a contemporary art museum, a botanical garden, the North Carolina Arboretum, and of course the Blue Ridge Mountains – one of the most visited sites in the National Park system.

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Inn on Biltmore Estate

1 Approach Road
Asheville - North Carolina - 28803

The Lion and the Rose Bed & Breakfast

276 Montford Avenue
Asheville - North Carolina - 28801


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