Designed in 1900 by Biltmore House architect Richard Morris Hunt, Antler Hill Barn was situated within the area that featured a dairy, market garden, sheep, poultry, and pigs. The spacious barn, the hub of the estate’s agricultural operations, stabled workhorses and mules, stored feed and farm equipment, and also housed a blacksmith’s forge and repair shop.
Nestled beneath a forested hillside overlooking pastoral fields and the French Broad River, this private event location fuses rustic farm architecture with bucolic charm to create the perfect setting for your casually elegant affair.
Events may begin at 6:30 p.m. with guests arriving at 6 p.m.
All wedding packages include custom menus created by Biltmore’s world-class executive chefs. Contact our Biltmore Weddings Experts for options and details.
Banner image: Katy Cook Photography