Additional Biltmore Facilities
Select from all types of locations and activities to suit your needs—from formal to rustic settings, elegant entertainment to casual fun, educational activities to outdoor experiences—it's available at Biltmore in one convenient place. Consider these examples and call us to discuss the limitless possibilities:
Located next to Biltmore House, this four-acre elevated terrace space hosts our annual Summer Evening Concerts, providing incomparable views of the surrounding mountains. It has served as an extraordinary location for seated dinners and dancing beneath the starry mountain sky.
View a Virtual Tour of the South Terrace.
Formal in design, this elegant garden is just steps away from Biltmore House. With three symmetrical pools, grassy panels, and Italian sculpture, it provides both privacy and convenience for dinners, receptions, and social events.
View a Virtual Tour of the Italian Garden.
Surrounded by Biltmore House and the equally historic stable complex, the Stable Courtyard blends brick pavers, limestone walls, and slate-roofed dormers into a wonderful location for receptions—very popular as a spot for coffee, cordials, and dessert following an evening tour of Biltmore House.
View a Virtual Tour of the Stable Courtyard.
The unexpected is also easy to find on the estate. Our Lagoon provides a shady spot alongside the French Broad River with an amazing view of Biltmore House in the distance. What a grand place for al fresco lunches; you can combine it with nearby fields to create an ideal location for outdoor activities suitable for all ages.
Biltmore's West Side
Few get to visit the 4,000 acres of private Biltmore land across the French Broad River. Your group may enjoy the privacy of a luncheon in the vineyards, a mountain biking excursion through beautiful woods, or other experience on this special property.
For a full list of options available to you and your guests, click here to view our 2012 Group Information.