Comfort Suites Biltmore Square Mall
890 Brevard Rd.
Asheville, NC 28806
Phone: (828) 665-4000
Fax: (828) 665-9082
Antler Hill Village and Winery sits on the highly-acclaimed property of Biltmore Estate. There's the Outdoor Adventure Center where visitors who want to see the Biltmore Estate and the Appalachian Mountains from a different perspective can find tours ranging from ride-along Land Rover expeditions to horseback riding tours. A wide-range of outdoor classes are also held here including clay pigeon shooting courses and a fly-fishing school. Whether you're looking for something light or more substantive there are a number of different restaurants located here including Cedric's Tavern for pub fare or the Arbor Grill for a casual meal.
Spanning more than 8000 acres (3237 hectares), this spectacular mansion has kept its original flair since it opened to the public over a century ago. There are breathtaking gardens, a winery, a delightful gift shop and a dairy with scrumptious ice cream and much more. Let's not forget the grand tour of the home and property itself, which is an experience you will not soon forget. The exciting Antler Hill Village and Winery is located here as well.
French Broad Brewery makes eco-friendly efforts to brew the finest of spirits for consumer satisfaction. Take a tour of the brewery as you discover the methods of brewing flavorful rye beers, Kölsch, ales,lagers, scotches among other drinks (these are also available in pubs, bars and other dining places all over the city). The famous tasting room is a real treat to your senses with its fine assortment of drinks and live music to keep you entertained all the way. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
The Kenilworth Inn is a monumental Inn sited at Asheville in North Carolina. The historic Inn was constructed in 1918. It is a fine model of the mammoth Tudor Revival style of architecture. It stands stern as a tribute to the American architecture for a large span of time. It has predominantly been an eight-storied hotel. Presently, it stands as a fully renovated and reconstructed historic landmark. The modernized apartments and eloquent floor plan add up to the elegance. A range of amenities are available in the rooms; such as microwave, fine restroom facilities, dryer, dishwasher and much more. One can experience a fine stay at this opulent Inn.
Downtown Asheville is a hub for tourists because it is eclectic, historical, vibrant and more. Shoppers will have a gala time in its streets dotted with local shops where you can pick up distinct gifts, antiques and keepsakes. Beer lovers will love the craft breweries around this side of the town. This bustling part of Asheville has several cafes and restaurants promoting local produce. Art enthusiasts can check out the many galleries highlighting the region's art heritage. Some of the interesting sites worth visiting while exploring Downtown are the Pack Place Education, Arts and Science Center, Thomas Wolfe Memorial State Historic Site, Grove Arcade, Basilica of St. Lawrence, Colburn Earth Science Museum and Asheville Museum. The blend of Beaux Arts, Neoclassical and Art Deco style of architecture in this area will definitely impress you. Downtown also hosts the annual Asheville Oktoberfest.
The Basilica of St. Lawrence is a minor basilica which stands tall in the downtown neighborhood of Ashville. Established in 1906 it is said to have the greatest dome in the entire of North America. The intimidating structure of the basilica is inspired by the Spanish Baroque style of architecture. The interiors of the church are equally mesmerising. Several statues of saints make the interiors enchanting, thereby giving the basilica an ancient feel. The stained glasses on walls and the serene ambiance of the church make the experience worthwhile. Both self-guided and guided tours of the basilica are available for visitors. The Basilica of St. Lawrence is worth visiting for its sheer grandeur.
Thomas Wolfe and O. Henry are buried here at Riverside Cemetery, along with many other famous folks of the past that are a part of Asheville's history. Located in the downtown area of Asheville, this historic cemetery lends itself to quiet, peaceful rolling hills that are surrounded by the beautiful mountains and the historic neighborhood of Montford. Stroll this cemetery and pay your respects to two great authors of the South. Pre-arranged "walking tours" are available at no charge.
Thomas Wolfe, one of the greatest Southern literary icons, once lived here. See the home that Thomas Wolfe grew up in and depicted in his famous novel, Look Homeward, Angel. Though damaged by arson in 1998, much has been restored to the delight of visitors. There are guided tours, trails, outdoor exhibits, monuments, a visitor's center and a gift shop. Each fall, the Thomas Wolfe Festival is held here as well.
The St. Mary's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Asheville, North Carolina. This Anglo-Catholic parish was built in 1914 by architects Chauncey Beadle and Richard S. Smith and features Late Gothic Revival style architecture, with statues adorning the exterior red brick walls. The church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
The Overlook Castle is a splendid piece of art that adorns the hill top. Built in 1914, it encompasses an area of 6 acres (2.4 hectares). Constructed in the English manor style of architecture, it sits amid beautifully spread English Gardens. The mesmerizing design of the caste only speaks of grandeur.
Kids can spend the day at this nature center learning and having fun! Along with deer, foxes and bears, the most recent additions are the red and grey wolves and the bobcats and cougars. More recent improvements also include the "hands on" Nature Lab and Educational Farm where kids can pet a corn snake or even hold a turtle.
Take an easy walk on a well marked path with a hand rail behind this 75 foot curtain of rushing water that is located on the Cullasaja River, named after the Cherokee word for sugar water.