Charlottesville, Virginia offers a little something for everyone. A fantastic food scene, wineries galore, mountains, historical sights, and an adorable walkable downtown strip offer a wide range of things to do and see in the area.
Foxfield Inn is a modern and elegant bed and breakfast in Charlottesville, VA. I provide my guests with a calm, rejuvenating environment so they can enjoy a relaxing change of pace. The Inn is located in the beautiful horse country just outside of Charlottesville. You can easily explore the Blue Ridge Parkway, University of Virginia, three presidents homes (Monticello, Montpelier and Highland) all within a short drive from my inn. Looking to go hiking? There are numerous trails in the county parks and the Blue Ridge Mountains, I will gladly assist you in picking out the perfect one for you. If you are into tasting some of great wines, beers, and liquors then the Charlottesville area is for you. There are more than 33 wineries in the area, multiple distilleries and too many breweries to count. The Inn has 5 beautifully appointed guest rooms, each with their own bathroom. Four of the rooms have fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs to help you relax and enjoy your stay. Join me for a delectable breakfast each morning. I look forward to seeing you, Brigitte
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This Charlottesville, VA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Virginia. Enjoy a best local ingredients to create fresh takes on Southern classics with advance notice, private meals are available for groups or events. Our onsite espresso bar features artisanal coffee drinks and gourmet-to-go items for guests on the move. Our bnb in Charlottesville provides rooms that are unique and includes a private, European styled bathroom and extended Stay and Pet-Friendly Suites are also available without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing escape in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Gracious southern hospitality is offered at this fine Charlottesville, VA bed & breakfast inn. The Inn At Monticello Bed & Breakfast in Charlottesville, VA is located one mile from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, minutes from Monroe's Ashlawn-Highlands, The Michie Tavern and a variety of Winery Tours. The Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive and Civil War sites are all within a 30 minute drive.
The Inn at 400 West High brings the eclectic flair of a continental European bed and breakfast to beautiful downtown Charlottesville. Only two miles from the University of Virginia, five miles from Jefferson’s Monticello and Monroe’s Ashlawn, and just a short drive from the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Inn at 400 West High is ideally located for those who want to visit the historic sights and natural splendor that make Charlottesville famous.
This Charlottesville,VA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Virginia. Enjoy breakfast table with pretty bistro chairs and minifridge stocked with self-serve breakfast items such as yogurt, fruit, and freshly baked goods. Our bnb in Charlottesville provides pretty private bath with clawfoot tub and hand-held shower and private porch with table and chairs, as well as two rocking chairs without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Step back in time to discover the rich history, timeless romance, and rustic elegance of our authentic 1700's Virginia inn. Prospect Hill is a unique country inn & restaurant offering romantic escapes, secluded getaways, and exceptional four-course fine dining... all just moments away from historic Charlottesville, VA. The 13 rooms and cottages feature private baths, fireplaces, and a full gourmet breakfast each morning. Well-behaved children and dogs are welcome with adults in select rooms. Situated on forty stunning acres, our breathtaking grounds will entice you to stay… to rest, relax, and ponder, just as the thousands of other guests who’ve been welcomed into our home over the past 42 years, have done. Located 4 miles from Interstate-64, 15 miles from downtown Charlottesville, 16 miles from Jefferson’s Monticello, 20 miles from Madison’s Montpelier, and within 30 minutes of more than 15 wineries.
The Farmhouse at Veritas is located in Afton, VA, in the heart of Virginia Wine Country. The 1836 home is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, near the Rockfish Gap of the Appalachian Trail, and walking distance to Veritas Winery. Each of our 6 elegant guestrooms & suites comes with a complimentary bottle of Veritas' signature wine.
Get away from it all in a historic farmhouse on a 20-acre farm with beautiful sunrises over the Blue Ridge Mountains and experience rural tranquility at its finest. Visit and feed our alpacas and donkeys, enjoy the neighbors cows and horses, or take a stroll through the apple orchard. Beautiful house built in 1790 with antique furnishings, yet all the modern conveniences, including renovated baths and central air conditioning. Whether you enjoy hiking to waterfalls or tasting craft beverages, we're ideally located 15 minutes from Skyline Drive, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Appalachian Trail, Staunton, and Interstates 64 and 81. An easy day trip to Charlottesville, the surrounding wineries, and Monticello. Enjoy the Shenandoah National Park, kayaking, fishing, hiking, antiques, wineries, distilleries, breweries, museums, theater, live music, and restaurants.
Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast and Cottages is a Luray,Virginia bed & breakfast providing lodging accommodations including two vacation rental cottages in the Shenandoah Valley near Luray Caverns, Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park; spectacular mountain views. Experience the country charm of our early 1800’s farmhouse with the addition of modern amenities for your comfort. Piney Hill B & B and Cottages offers 2 private luxury cottages and 3 beautifully appointed guest rooms; one of which can be turned in to a suite by adding an adjacent room, providing the perfect location for your romantic, relaxing or adventure get-away. A delicious, complimentary country style breakfast is prepared fresh for our guests each morning. Our Luray VA lodging in the Shenandoah Valley is located less than 10 minutes from downtown Luray on a 2 acre hilltop in a peaceful country setting. It is far enough outside the town limits to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the countryside, yet conveniently located along the “Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop” where fine food and wine, distilleries, breweries, Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park, and other unforgettable experiences are just a short drive away. Offering some of the Best Views in Luray Virginia, enjoy our 360° panoramic mountain, valley and vistas views of the Blue Ridge, Skyline Drive and Massanutten Mountains. Our “Four Seasons” are equally beautiful creating an ever changing backdrop with amazing sunsets. Add a special package to your stay. Piney Hill gift certificates available. We look forward to meeting you soon!
1790 Rosendale Inn, a log historic Inn at the base of Massanutten Mountain associated with three presidents. Features five large suites (some double rooms) with private baths, romantic Cottage with wood burning fireplace and kitchen, large verandas, access to pool. Seven min. walk to Endless Caverns, 15 min drive to Luray Caverns. Lots of nature, birds and wildlife galore, and twenty acre farm to explore and hike. We have been in continuous operation since 1988. President Woodrow Wilson's first cousin owned the property and Endless Caverns for over 50 years. FDR, a friend of the family, held a presidential luncheon here (our Museum room is filled with photographs and historic memorabilia). Children welcome. See our reviews on Trip Adviser. Call 540-325-4544 for reservation.
The Babcock House is a restored, turn of the century inn, dating back to 1884. The inn features five bedrooms and one suite, all furnished with period antiques. All the rooms have private baths, cable television and free wifi. Our inn has central heat and air conditioning to ensure your comfort. Our parlor is full of books, board games and instruments to enjoy next to the fireplace. The porches are great places to take in the small town atmosphere and sip a tasty beverage. Enjoy a full breakfast every morning of your stay, including fresh fruit, the chef’s entree selection, juice and steaming coffee, tea or cocoa. Our on-site restaurant offers elevated southern fare for lunch and supper with a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Indulge in homemade desserts and house-crafted cocktails as well as Virginia wines and beers.
John and Ellen Roberts have been welcoming guests and helping make sure they get the most out of their visits to Lexington for over 34 years. All of the sites of the town including colleges restaurants, museums & shops are walkable. John is a Lexington native offering experienced advice on all things local including history. He is an avid outdoorsman – ask about his Trail and Hiking Guide to plan a multiple day outdoor vacation. His guided Flyfishing for trout trips were featured on the Discovery Channel, Southern Living magazine and numerous other magazines and web articles. His Intro to Flyfishing class is one of the best around.. Come enjoy a very comfortable & welcoming experience along with Ellen’s Blue-Ribbon breakfast from a menu and leave with a lifetime memory.
Overlooking Shenandoah National Park from 45 acres of pasture, our captivating Virginia bed and breakfast glories in views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and neighboring farms and vineyards. The beautiful landscape makes our elegant property the perfect venue for a luxurious wedding or intimate elopement. Guest rooms and suites are graciously appointed and echo a warm radiance. Tracing its roots to 1833 as a Wells Fargo stagecoach stop turned hunting retreat for the British royal family, the main house brims with nostalgic settings: a fire-lit entrance hall, a baronial oak hunt room with minstrel gallery, a stone wine cellar, and a charming country kitchen. As a guest of Glen Gordon Manor, you will have the option of dining in the dining room of the manor house for a full four-course breakfast, or if you prefer we will send breakfast to your room. In the evenings, our five-course pre fixe dinner menu prepared by the renowned Chef Dayn Smith is a culinary experience you won’t want to miss!
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Visit museums, go hiking, try an abundance of Virginia wines, and eat world-class cuisine in downtown Charlottesville. Since the area is historic, surrounded by blue mountains, and bursting with character, it only makes sense to top it all off with a stay at a unique bed and breakfast. Bed and Breakfast Charlottesville VA are offered in downtown Charlottesville, in the surrounding wine country area, and in the mountains.
A trip to Charlottesville isn’t complete without a wine tasting in one of the many Charlottesville wine country wineries and vineyards, or a hike in the nearby Shenandoah National Park, or a scenic drive on the Skyline Drive route. For foodies and entertainment lovers, head to the downtown mall for distilleries, Paramount Theater, Michie Tavern, Scott Stadium, and the John Paul Jones Arena. There are also plenty of breweries, shopping malls, boutiques, bookstores, and other shopping opportunities scattered around the city.
Charlottesville experiences drastically different climates and temperatures throughout the year. The best time to visit Charlottesville is from May through July or from September through November. The peak summer temperatures in late July and August get too hot to comfortably enjoy the outdoor offerings in the city and surrounding area, while winter temperatures often plunge to freezing, making it too cold to fully enjoy all the area has to offer. Spring, early summer, and fall are the best times to plan a trip. Fall and spring are also the best wine-tasting seasons, as well as the best times for hiking in the area.
Downtown Charlottesville has a fantastic foodie scene, as well as plenty of pubs, distilleries, bars, and wineries. There are dozens of sandwich shops, burger bars, Italian restaurants, fine dining options, cozy cafes and coffee shops, taprooms, diners, and international cuisine establishments. Head to Fleurie for French cuisine and for one of the best fine dining experiences in the city. Burton’s Grill & Bar of Charlottesville offers an upscale menu of bar and grill offerings in a stylish dining room. Maya serves up locally-sourced Southern cuisine in an exposed-brick setting. For a laid-back experience, head to Soul Food Joint for Southern style fare and ribs. The Sedona Taphouse offers tasty cuisine and reasonable prices in a cozy, stylish atmosphere.
Originally a Native American Monacan village, the town eventually transitioned into a trade point used by European settlers who used it to shuttle goods from Richmond and the Appalachian Mountains. After some time, Charlottesville coined its name after Charlotte Sophia, who was the consort of King George III of England. It began as a tobacco trading region and also became the home of presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. The famous explorers Merriwether Lewis and George Clark spent quite a bit of time in and around Charlottesville.
There is no shortage of activities, sights, and experiences to be had in Charlottesville. Nature lovers, history buffs, foodies, and wine enthusiasts will all find plenty to do in Charlottesville and the surrounding area. There are more than 35 wineries within a 30-mile radius of Charlottesville as it sits smack dab in the middle of Virginia wine country, so while visiting it is easy to peruse a variety of different vineyards and wineries and enjoy an abundance of Charlottesville wine tasting. Wine lovers should book their stay at a Charlottesville VA winery bed and breakfast for an authentic Virginia vineyard experience. The charming downtown strip offers a variety of restaurants, pubs, cafes, shops, theaters, breweries, and distilleries. Head to Paramount Theater for live music events. Michie Tavern serves up some of the most authentic Southern cuisine in Virginia. John Paul Jones Arena is a premier sporting event venue and Scott Stadium is the home of the Virginia Cavaliers football team for any sports fans who are passing through. As for activities in nature, hikers will find an abundance of scenic trails and views on Skyline Drive and at the nearby Shenandoah National Park.
In the spring, summer, and fall Charlottesville is a wonderful place for exploring all of the natural features that the nearby area has to offer. Visitors can take a tour of Monticello, a stunning monument of architecture, landscaping, and agriculture created and lived in by Thomas Jefferson. Take a scenic trip through Skyline Drive, a route that offers incredible Blue Ridge Mountain views and countless panoramic viewpoints. Hikers can choose from dozens of trails in the nearby Shenandoah National Park. Wine lovers can take atour of one of the many vineyards in the Charlottesville area. Ivy Creek Natural area is a 219-acre park in Charlottesville boasting tons of natural walking trails.
Bed and breakfasts offer unique, customized, and personalized experiences with an emphasis on detail and charming interior touches throughout. During your bed and breakfast getaway, expect finely decorated guest rooms with private baths, luxury bed, air conditioning, high-speed wifi, and other modern touches. Accessibility rooms are usually available upon request for visitors in wheelchairs or other special needs. Hand sanitizer is provided in bathrooms.
Depending on where you’re arriving from, there are many options for arriving into Charlottesville and getting around the area. Charlottesville is located just 2 hours south of Washington DC, where there are two international and domestic airports. It is just one hour north of Richmond International Airport. Charlottesville also has a regional airport of its own, Charlottesville Albemarle Airport, which is served by Delta, United, and American Airlines and offers over 50 flights per day. The Charlottesville Amtrak Train Station which connects to a network of over 500 different US cities. Car rental services are available, as well as taxis and Uber.
If you're getting to Charlottesville by plane or train, it is recommended to rent a car once you arrive in order to properly see all that Charlottesville has to offer. Charlottesville is not a particularly walkable city so it will be necessary to have a car in order to get around.
Staying at a bed & breakfast during your stay in Charlottesville offers a unique and personalized experience versus staying at a larger hotel or commercialized accommodation. Bed and breakfasts are each unique and privately owned which is a great way to support local and small businesses. During a stay at a bed and breakfast you can expect charming interiors, luxury bed, host-friendliness, and lifelong memories. A Charlottesville VA winery bed and breakfast offers the opportunity for a fun weekend getaway in a stunning vineyard setting. Staying at a bed and breakfast offers the opportunity to stay closer to nature, as there are bed and breakfasts within a short drive to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, and Monticello. Staying at a bed and breakfast still offers the same convenience accessibility to all of the nearby sights and attractions, including Michie Tavern, Paramount Theater, Scott Stadium, John Paul Jones Arena, and University of Virginia.
Whether you are looking to stay closer to Charlottesville’s charming downtown district or you prefer staying in the mountains or on a vineyard, there plenty of options to be had in Charlottesville and in Albemarle County as a whole (of which Charlottesville is the county seat).
Wine lovers should head right over to Arcady Vineyard Bed and Breakfast Charlottesville, VA. It offers a country b&b setting on 14 secluded acres and a private working vineyard which guests are welcomed to stroll. It is just 6.5 miles from downtown Charlottesville and only 2 miles away from Monticello. Several other vineyards are within a few miles radius as well. The country-chic guest house offers nightly port and artisan chocolate turndown service, a full bottle of sparkling wine in the room’s stocked mini fridge, complimentary in-room wifi, a smart TV with Netflix, and heated bathroom floors. This Charlottesville VA winery bed and breakfast is one of the best winery bed and breakfasts available in the region.
Leathers-Snyder House is located in the heart of downtown Charlottesville, just two blocks away from the pedestrian mall, and only a short distance from University of Virginia, Monticello, John Paul Jones Arena, the Pavilion, the Paramount Theater, and more. The restored inn offers elegantly decorated guest rooms with comfortable, antique furnishings and modern amenities. All guest rooms feature wifi, air conditioning, plush bedding, private bathrooms, televisions, and more. The bed and breakfast is a great venue for weddings, parties, meetings, and other small events.
For anyone traveling with pets, head to Oakhurst Inn, an elegant boutique inn set in the heart of Charlottesville, and a pet friendly bed and breakfast Charlottesville VA. The inn features an upscale bistro and bar, plus sophisticated guest rooms and suites. All accommodations offer wifi, custom woodwork furnishings, spacious bathrooms, plush bedding, and more. This inn is also regarded as one of the best luxury bed and breakfast Charlottesville, VA.