This warm, relaxing tavern overlooks the village green at Antler Hill Village and blends classic European and historic Biltmore architecture. Inspired by neighborhood pubs of Britain and Ireland, Cedric’s was named for George Vanderbilt’s beloved St. Bernard. The second floor, which overlooks the entire village, is available for groups up to 155.
- Cedric’s Banquet Room: Dark rich wood, tall ceilings, and gracious arched windows add to the classic feel of this space on the second floor of Cedric’s Tavern, reached by a dedicated entrance and elevator. The Banquet Room can be combined with the spacious Gallery and Terrace to offer groups up to 155 an expansive location for receptions, dinner, and meetings.
- Cedric’s Boardroom: This exclusive room, located in the second floor tower of Cedric’s Tavern with striking views of Antler Hill Village and the estate, is available for groups up to 10.
- Private Dining Room: Located on the first floor of Cedric’s Tavern and highlighted by warm wood and leather upholstery, this relaxed space is convenient to the bar and outdoor patio but separate from the main dining area. It is available for groups up to 28.