I love browsing for antiques, andBiltmore Village is the place to go for that and more. They have it decorated for Christmas so it looks like an old English Village. It was the craftsman’s village for living while working on the Biltmore Estate in the 1890s. The best place to eat is The Corner Kitchen because they have local foods cooked in such gourmet ways. I recommend the breakfast “Boston Way Bagel and Lox” for lunch the “Biltmore Village Reuben House cooked Corned beef on griddle toasted Rye with melted Swiss and our own yummy Sauerkraut” and for supper, “Black Pepper Molasses Pork Chop with Gingered Sweet Potatoes and Fried Green Tomatoes”.
Antique hunting in those barns where they have consignment antiques in little room-like settings is where I found my cute little horsey toy decoration on the fireplace, as well as wooden filing cabinets that I had made into bedside tables in Heavenly Hideaway. I found the greatest cast iron heart pan there for $25 that I have in the Hideaway. Hearts are my theme there!