Pet-Friendly Asheville Accommodations
The breathtaking scenery and wealth of outdoor activities in Asheville, NC make the area a prime destination for leisure travelers and their furry friends. Accordingly, The Residences at Biltmore is proud to welcome you and your pet! Our pet-friendly hotel studios and suites feature a variety of top-notch amenities to enhance your stay, including an in-room washer and dryer, complimentary Internet access, and daily housekeeping services. Easily fix a snack for Fido in the fully-equipped kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances and in-unit food and water bowls. Click here for more information about our room types.
Our Pet Policy
Pet-friendly rooms at our hotel are based upon availability. There is an $85-$105 non-refundable deposit required (depending on room type). Guests are limited to one pet per room with a maximum weight of 40 pounds. Please call the hotel directly at 866-433-5594 to make a reservation in one of our pet-friendly rooms.
A portion of your pet deposit will be donated to a local no-kill shelter. You will also receive a pet welcome bag upon check-in.
Asheville, NC – The Perfect Destination for you and your Pet
The Asheville area offers an array of activities to enjoy with your pet during your stay. Whether you are interested in world-class hiking trails, neighborhood cafes, or local landmarks, there is almost always the opportunity to bring your pet along on your next outing. The grounds of the Biltmore Estate are also pet friendly!
Have a blast with your dog at one of the local, free dog parks, open from dawn to dusk. The Azalea Dog Park, located about 4 miles from the hotel, features separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. The nearby area also includes picnic space, trails, soccer fields, and the historic Thomas Wolf Cabin. Another great option is the French Broad River Dog Park. This park is only 2 miles from The Residences at Biltmore and resides along the beautiful French Broad River. This park offers a unique experience including doggy swimming, a wildflower garden, picnic areas, and a small playground.
As long as your dog is leashed and attended to, the outdoor excursions are almost endless! Hike along one of the 100 plus trails throughout the Blue Ridge Parkway or take your dog to one of the National Forests – Pisgah National Forest or Nantahala National Forest. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park prohibits dogs on several hiking trails; however, they are allowed on two of the shorter paths: the Oconaluftee River Trail and the Gatlinburg Trail.
Several downtown restaurants and stores welcome your pets. During the summer, grab a spot on a patio for coffee or a meal, and bring your dog along for the day. Or, grab a fun souvenir at one of the local pet stores like Three Dog Bakery and Waggers Dog Depot.