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Biltmore Estate

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We are planning a visit to the Smoky Mountains/Gatlinburg over Christmas Break or in May.
We have been there several times. My wife and I have not been to Biltmore ever, while our 19 year old daughter was there for just a 1 or 2 hour visit a couple of years ago with a school group.

It appears that it would take most if not a full day to tour. Not for sure if we should do one of the "behind the scene tours" or go at Christmas and do the "candlelight tour" or what. Then looking at the dining options, I'm even more confused. 7 or 8 choices, but a lot of them say 30 or 45 minutes from Biltmore. I'm not for sure what it means Biltmore Estate or Biltmore House or Biltmore Inn. I don't see any maps on the website. To many choices, in my opinion.
So, what to do?

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