by Christy Evers
If you follow me on any social media, you already know that am a Biltmore and Asheville fanatic! I get excited to tell people about all the great things to do, and where to stay, but today I’m doing something different. Today I’m addressing a problem that many people walk away with after they visit Biltmore for the first time.
The number one complaint or regret that I hear form people when they talk about their Biltmore experience, is that they didn’t realize how big it was and how much there was to see and do. Most people think it’s just the house tour and walking around the gardens. Once they get there they realize they weren’t properly prepared on how to best utilize their time at the Estate and wished they would have planned at least another day or two to experience the other aspects of what they have to offer.
That’s where I come in. I have created a 21 page, digital travel planner that is free for you to download and use for your own Biltmore Travel plans along with a sample 2 day itinerary
To access the planner, you can register for your digital copy by clicking here so you can have it on hand for your own personal planning use. This is not an official Biltmore planner from Biltmore, nor have they commissioned me to put this together. This is something that I’ve done on my own as a travel planning professional and one that I use for my own personal travel planning.
This is an actual itinerary that I lived out myself and have found it to be the favorite one that I’ve made so far because of how much I was able to see, do and taste in such a short amount of time, while still being able to relax, roam around and take pictures. Stay tuned for my next YouTube video, because I’ll walk you through this itinerary along with 10 tips on how to make the most out of planning your own trip to Biltmore. While I finish editing and creating that video, I wanted to go ahead and give you access to the travel planner and sample itinerary so you can go ahead and take a look.
In this planner you’ll find the sample 2, day itinerary that I recently did this past January as well as a blank planner for you to fill out and create your own plan.
You’ll also get pages that break down all the restaurants, where they are located on the estate as well as what time of day they are open. Biltmore has a beautiful web-site at Biltmore.com. I encourage you to check them out to see the menu, reservations, times of operation and other important info about each restaurant. In all honesty, I don’t find the web-site to have the restaurants organized in a way that makes planning simple for a newbie. I did that for you in this guide.
There are also 2 pages of activities available on the estate. 2 pages! Most people come to Biltmore and think it’s only the house tour, gardens and some restaurants. Oh no! There’s so much more to do and this planner lays everything out so you can see all the options. Of course, many options may be seasonal or subject to the weather, so always check and make reservations in advance, but this planner will help you realize what all there is to do and prioritize what you want to include in your own Biltmore trip.
There are also other blank planning tools for you to make note of contact and reservation information, daily planners, a suggested packing list of things you may not think of as well as a blank packing list for you to add your own items, and ample space for notes.
Get your free digital travel planner by clicking here. What are you waiting for? Go now! Get your free copy! And leave a like and a comment to show your appreciation. Thank you so much for watching, I appreciate you! Happy Travels!
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