Two of the most impressive and historic buildings in the United States - one, a hotel; one, a mansion.
BILTMORE & GREENBRIER
Dec. 7-12, 2021 (6 days)
$1,899 from Baton Rouge
Led by Nancy Horn
*Pricing and schedule subject to change.
Price is per person based on double occupancy and includes a deluxe motor coach with restroom, 2 nights in the historic Greenbrier Resort & Hotel, breakfast daily, 2 special dinners, baggage handling, taxes and tips including guides and drivers. Tips for personal services are not included (maids, meals not included, etc.)
Single Supplement $620
Triple Reduction $185 per person
Quad Reduction $240 per person
Day 1 - Cleveland, TN – Motor coach from Zachary, Baton Rouge through Denham Springs, Hammond, and Birmingham with overnight in Cleveland, TN.
EXPERIENCE THE BILTMORE ESTATE - The world-famous Biltmore House and Gardens was built by George Vanderbilt, youngest grandson of business tycoon Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, in 1895. He envisioned an estate that would not only showcase his collection of art, but also be a self-supporting business. With just 4 acres of floor space it contains 250 rooms, 65 fireplaces, 43 bathrooms and 3 kitchens. Vanderbilt included such technology as an elevator, and a swimming pool with underwater lighting, and over 100 decorated Christmas trees for the holiday season.
Day 2 - Asheville, NC – Morning drive through the beautiful Smokies. Check into our hotel located on the grounds of Biltmore. Lighted tour of the spectacular Biltmore Estates, with its 250-room mansion and 75 acres of formal gardens - America’s most imposing house. Then enjoy an included Holiday Dinner. (B, D)
Day 3 - The Greenbrier - Travel through beautiful eastern Tennessee and the scenic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia for mid-afternoon arrival at the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia for a two-night stay in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. Tonight's dinner is not included. Several restaurants are available in the hotel. (B)
ENJOY THE GREENBRIER - This historic 200-year-old property has more than 700 guestrooms and is known as America’s resort with three championship golf courses. The elegant Greenbrier Hotel is a National Historic Landmark. Built at the dawn of tourism in the U.S., this great resort hotel has hosted presidents, royals and a burgeoning middle class.
Day 4 - The Greenbrier – After an included breakfast at the Greenbrier we will tour the historic hotel and the Cold War Bunkers. This afternoon, enjoy an included afternoon tea and an included dinner in the main dining hall. (B, D)
Day 5 - Knoxville, Tennessee – After our included hotel breakfast, we will check out and begin making our way home. We will enjoy shopping in Tamarack, the arts and crafts center of West Virginia. Overnight in the Knoxville area. (B)
Day 6 - Home – Full day drive home, arriving in Baton Rouge this evening.
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