What are the best overall hotels in the mountains region of North Carolina?

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Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Inn on Biltmore Estate provides top-of-the-line accommodations that make you feel like you’re staying in a European manor; the hotel even offers carriage rides. The Inn on Biltmore Estate provides world-class accommodations on the grounds of an American landmark, the historic Vanderbilt Biltmore Estate. The room décor has an English and French manor feel, and each room comes with evening turndown service, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, terrycloth bathrobes and slippers and 37-inch, flat-screen televisions. Carriage rides, horseback rides and river float trips are just a few of the unique recreational activities you’ll find at the Inn on Biltmore Estate. The hotel’s distinguished character extends to its dining establishments, too: Bistro, Deerpark, the Dining Room and Stable Café.

Nestled in the charming mountain town of Highlands, Old Edwards Inn and Spa is on the National Register of Historic Places. Each guest room, suite and cottage is filled with period antiques and modern amenities. Plus, you’ll get 24-hour access to the butler’s pantry, which is stocked with fresh fruit, beverages and Dove bars, in case you need a midnight snack. The luxurious 25,000-square-foot, full-service spa at Old Edwards uses herbs and botanicals from its garden, giving you a local and natural path to feeling fresh and relaxed.

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