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First visit to Asheville NC

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Help--our first visit to this area----We are a 60ish year old couple--we only have 2 & 1/2 free days to explore. We definetly want to visit Biltmore Estate and also look around Asheville a bit. It will be mid Dec. so we want to see the Estate decorated. We hear allot about Asheville, but not sure what we should do there, especially in the winter.
We would like to stay in a nice, romantic B&B, cause we are celebrating an anniversary, but not outrageously expensive, as we know that we'll be out sightseeing allot.
So many options for lodging. What area should we stay in to get a nice overview of the area?
We looked at the Reynolds Mansion which looks like our kind of place, but is it too far from the things we want to do?
We will probably be driving in from Charlotte airport.
Any and all info is appreciated.
Thank you!

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