Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is a mountaintop town brimming with outdoor activities, great restaurants, and fun attractions all wrapped up in a cool mountain vibe.

Fly Through The Trees at Adventure Centeradventure-center-of-asheville

Experience outdoor thrills at Adventure Center of Asheville. A family can challenge their athletic abilities, enjoy the outdoors, and bring home some exciting stories. Kayaking through the trees and snowboarding on open air are just some of the 50 unique challenges – all while on a ropes course high in the canopy. There’s and adventure for everyone, with challenges ranging from beginner to advanced Kids from 4 to 10 years of age, can glide on a zipline canopy designed just for younger kids

Dinner at Posana


Posana has a lively ambience, attentive staff, and delicious food make this restaurant a must-dine place in downtown Asheville. Serving local farm-to-table ingredients, diners are treated to a variety of fresh seasonal flavors on a changing menu that will satisfy every foodies.

Discover The Biltmore House

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The Biltmore House is nothing short of phenomenal. The combination of incredible architecture, fine furnishings, and stunning mountain views shows this mansion as a truly a grand place from a more refined era. Amazingly, the Vanderbilt family still own and run this magnificent estate as a family business. Your kids will love seeing the Winter Conservatory, the indoor bowling alley, an indoor pool, and the Halloween Room. Adding an audio tour will enhance your experience, and there is a fun kids’ version for your little ones.

Lunch at The Stable Café


Located adjacent to the Biltmore House, inside the 19th century stable is a family favorite restaurant, The Stable Café. Request a booth, and your family will be dining in one of the original iron horse stalls. Contemporary American cuisine is served and will please everyone in your family.

Outdoor Activities at The Biltmore Estate


Touring the Biltmore House and Gardens is spectacular, but there is so much more to do while on the estate. Sit back for scenic views on a carriage ride or saddle up for a beautiful trail ride on a horseback tour with very helpful and informative guides. Paddle down the French Broad River in a kayak and take fly-fishing lessons on the estate’s lake or lagoon.

Breakfast at Biscuit Head


Biscuit Head is a very popular breakfast place often resulting in a long line. It’s so worth the wait. By far the best biscuits we’ve ever tasted. Don’t miss the delicious jam bar and choose a few to add to your biscuit – some of the flavors include peach rosemary, sweet potato chai, mango plus a variety of honeys.

Stay at The Village Hotel

village hotel biltmore estateOpened in December 2015, the fabulous Village Hotel is located on the grounds of the Biltmore Estate. The newness still lingers throughout this tastefully designed hotel. Sleek lines, dark woods, and modern furnishings are featured in the guest rooms. This family-friendly hotel is moderately priced and conveniently located, especially if Biltmore Estate is your main focus on your trip. It’s within walking distance to Antler Village, so guests can walk to restaurants, shops, and a winery.

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