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Visit this Asheville Inn and Take Advantage of Biltmore Estate Ticket Specials

September 7th, 2011 by Lisa Lidback

Daytime Biltmore Estate Ticket Special
Enjoy the Biltmore Estate during your stay at Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast. Adult tickets purchased at this Asheville Bed and Breakfast are good for 2 consecutive days at a rate of $50.00 per ticket November 1 through December 31, 2011. Saving you $9.00 per ticket off the 1 day Biltmore Estate gate price. Your estate admission includes a self-guided visit of Biltmore Estate, access to the vast gardens, Anter Hill Village, free wine tasting and a guided tour at the winery, dining and shopping opportunities and free parking.

 

Christmas at Biltmore Special

Explore Biltmore House during holiday evenings when fireplaces fill the grand home with a warm glow, accenting delicate ornaments and priceless treasures beginning November 4th. Evening Candlelight Tours begin November 11 through December 31, 2011. Upgrade your Daytime Biltmore House ticket to include a Candlelight Tour for a total cost of $65 per ticket. Buy your tickets through this Asheville Inn and save up to $30.00 per ticket. Tour space is limited. We recommend you call Pinecrest Bed and Breakfast directly at the time you book your room reservation, so we can reserve your tour time.

Call Pinecrest Bed & Breakfast Inn for details at 888-811-3053 or visit www.pinecrestbb.com for information.

Buy One Biltmore Ticket Full Price and Get 2nd HALF Price Here at this Asheville Bed and Breakfast.

December 1st, 2010 by Stacy Shelley

It’s Christmas at the Biltmore Estate and at this Asheville Bed and Breakfast we are giving you the gift of a Biltmore Estate “daytime” ticket half price when one “day time” ticket is purchased at full price through January 1, 2011. Gate Ticket price for weekdays including Sunday is $59.00 and Saturday ticket price is $69.00.  December 25 through January 1, 2011 ticket price is $69.00.  In addition to the half price ticket our tickets allow you to gain entrance to the Estate two consecutive days. You must mention this special when booking your reservation with this Asheville Inn.

George Vanderbilt introduced his new home to family and friends on Christmas Eve 1895 with a wonderful celebration that continues today. Enjoy America’s largest home decorated with dozens of Christmas trees, hundreds of wreaths, bows, and poinsettias, miles of evergreen garland, and thousands of ornaments. Christmas at Biltmore during the daytime includes access to Biltmore House, the Gardens and Antler Hill Village & Winery. The village links to the Winery, where visitors may take a complimentary guided tour culminating with a complimentary wine tasting. You’ll also find Jolly ole Saint Nick at the Antler Hill Barn on Saturday and Sunday from 12:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. through December 19.

You can also enjoy the Biltmore for Candlelight Christmas Evenings. Firelight and candlelight fill the house with a warm glow and accent delicate ornaments and priceless treasures, while the Front Lawn of Biltmore House sets the scene with a sparkling holiday illumination of evergreens bathed in thousands of twinkling lights. The Candlelight Christmas visit will require the purchase of a “daytime” ticket for each person along with an additional $15 per person upgrade for the Candlelight Evening.

When reserving your stay with Pinecrest Inn Bed and Breakfast please let us know the date your party wishes to attend the Candlelight Evening and a time range that is convenient for you. We will contact the Biltmore directly and make the necessary arrangements. For more information please call 888-811-3053.

Candlelight Christmas Evenings at the Biltmore Estate

September 29th, 2009 by Stacy Shelley


While visiting our Asheville, NC  Bed and Breakfast experience a magnificant evening at the Biltmore House during Candlelight Christmas Evenings. Firelight and candlelight fill the house with a warm glow and accent delicate ornaments and priceless treasures. You will see over 50 decorated trees ranging from 4 to 35 feet tall inside the house and another 50 decorated trees outside the house.  Approximately 300 poinsettias and 500 other plants at any given time adorn the house, which are replaced midway through the season.  There are over 30,000 lights in the house, and around 125 candles. Decorating all of  the trees require over 25,000 ornaments. Needless to say Christmas at the Biltmore Estate is over the top.

To help you get into the holiday spirit there will also be choirs singing European carols, vintage ballroom dancers, and dramatic Christmas readings. The Front Lawn of  the Biltmore House sets the scene with a sparkling holiday illumination of evergreens bathed in thousands of twinkling lights.

Candlelight evening  tickets are being offered from November 6 through January 2, 2110 and must be purchased through the Biltmore. Candlelight tickets include evening admission to the Biltmore House and daytime estate visit to the Winery, Gardens and Riverbend Farm.  Make this a must see attraction while visiting this Bed and Breakfast in Asheville, North Carolina.

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