Welcome to the William Cox Inn, a bed and breakfast in Stanardsville, Virginia. Experience the artisanal and handcrafted hospitality of the William Cox Inn, a B&B located near Charlottesville, Virginia. Originally built in 1770, the "manse" with many intact architectural features, combines with a new 6,000 square foot wing that overlooks the Shenandoah National Park. If you are a "locavore", "the" cuisine of our Virginia Inn is an experience of seasonal, local foods, grown sustainably on-site or at nearby farms. We are proud to note that our meals and wine focus on Virginia. Come see our 28 acre rural setting that is perfect for a romantic getaway, a family reunion, a business retreat, or a small wedding. Only two hours from Washington, DC, or 90 minutes from Richmond, Virginia, we are in a unique location for you to experience.
Come experience the romance and history of the Inn at Warner Hall, located on the waterfront plantation created in 1642 by George Washington's great-great grandfather. Plan your Virginia bed and breakfast vacation to this wonderfully restored mansion, one of the most elegant and historic country inns on the East Coast. Listed by both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, Warner Hall continues to be of major architectural and genealogical significance in American history. Warner Hall has long been considered one of the premiere properties in the Virginia Tidewater area. The property is located 3-1/2 miles from U.S. Route 17 and Colonial Williamsburg is just 30 minutes away. The battlefields of Yorktown are within 15 minutes and America's first settlement, Jamestown, is a 50 minute drive along the scenic Colonial Parkway. The state capitol of Richmond, the Norfolk Harbor, and Virginia Beach are within an hour's drive.
Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwestern Virginia stands the historic Trinkle Mansion. This Wytheville, Virginia bed and breakfast offers four elegant guestrooms plus a private garden cottage to provide the perfect setting for a small wedding, romantic celebration or a tranquil retreat from everyday life. Although the atmosphere is one of mannered Southern charm, the daily routine is low-key and comfortable. Listed on National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Landmarks Register, the home was built by William Trinkle, the second of three sons born to the prominent Trinkle family of Wytheville. William was a gentleman farmer with 20,000 acres under his supervision in Wythe, Bland, and Grayson counties. His youngest brother Lee served as Governor of Virginia from 1922 to 1926.
"Lackawanna" (a Delaware Indian word meaning "meeting of the waters") was built in 1869, by Dorastus Cone who moved to Front Royal soon after the Civil War. This home is a pristine example of Italianate architecture popular during the late 1800s. It took three years of restoration to bring this home into the twenty-first century, while keeping the warm atmosphere of the late 1800s. We are delighted to be able to share the beauty of this home (now listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Riverton Historic District) and gardens with visitors to this area. We look forward to our guests being able to enjoy the experience of staying in a stately nineteenth century home in such a lovely setting.
Welcome to The Battletown Inn, where you will experience the warmth and charm of historic Clarke County, Virginia. Located on Main Street in Berryville, nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Shenandoah Valley is known for its beautiful scenery. The BTI offers southern cuisine with a modern edge. The BTI is unassumingly making its mark as a culinary destination. Originally constructed in 1809 by Benjamin Berry, founder of the town of Berryville, the Battletown Inn can trace its hospitality roots back almost 200 years. Serving first as a home to Mr. Berry’s daughter, Sarah Stribling, the Inn was host to many gatherings in the small community then known as Battletown. In the later 19th century, wounded soldiers were cared for within the building while it served as a military hospital.
This meticulously restored, National Register Listed, circa 1835 historic Virginia bed and breakfast in the Blue Ridge Mountains offers guests the rich history, romance, and extraordinary experience of peaceful country living as it was in the late 1800s. Our country inn near Blacksburg offers the unique experience of staying on a working farm without having to lift a finger. You will never guess you are within minutes of downtown Blacksburg.
Grace Manor Inn is at the heart of the Historic Fan District of Richmond, Virginia, one block from Monument Avenue and walking distance to many restaurants and museums. The Capitol area, VCU, University of Richmond, and the Greater Richmond Convention Center are all within five miles of the Inn. For the theater lover, the Landmark Theater, Richmond Symphony and Virginia Opera are also only a short drive away. Grace Manor Inn has four large two-room suites with private baths, each individually decorated with treasures from the past, and conveniences of today. Three formal parlours, 3-course gourmet breakfast, an outdoor saltwater swimming pool, high-speed internet plus a business center ensure that you have the room and amenities for both work and play. Whether you’re visiting the Richmond, Virginia area for business, or pleasure, innkeepers Dawn and Albert Schick will ensure your comfort, privacy, and relaxation at the Grace Manor Inn. Located just two hours south of Washington, D.C., the Grace Manor Inn provides guests a comfortable and welcoming environment in which to relax and enjoy.
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