After the tour, we needed to change for dinner. We started the trip with the finest dining experience in The Dining Room of The Inn. The service was truly outstanding and the food arrived at our table looking like a work of art.
We ate a casual dinner on the veranda at The Inn, looking out onto the rolling hills while watching the sunset. It was so peaceful, and the mountains provided a cool breeze that was much enjoyed by Justin and I.
The following morning we explored the grounds on Outriders, electric, off-road tricycles that can reach about 20 mph. Not only was it so much fun, especially when we got to hit the “turbo mode” button, but it was a wonderful way to experience the trails and vast surroundings of Biltmore’s 8,000-acre estate. I imagined being a guest at the home back in the early 1900s. We’d probably be on horses instead of tricycles, but we’d be exploring the exact same grounds!