There’s no better place to cozy up in a bed and breakfast than in Virginia.” Old Dominion” (Virginia’s state nickname) has it all. Stunning mountain ranges among the majestic Shenandoah Valley, exciting up & coming cities like Richmond with enticing eateries featuring locally sourced ingredients, to Virginia Beach & all of the activities that come along with its charming beach side boardwalk.
Experience the charm of the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains at Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast with a relaxing stay in a Cozy Log House Bed & Breakfast with modern conveniences like Wifi and Satellite TV. We offer true Southern Hospitality, Full Country Breakfast, 2 Coffee Bars, Fire Pits, Gardens, Spacious Yard, Relaxing Porch, and more. Harmony Hill is located just one mile from Route 29, within 30 minutes of Lynchburg, Charlottesville, Waynesboro, The Appalachian Trail, Crabtree Falls, The Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Numerous Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries, Meaderies, Farms, Orchards, Lakes, Rivers, Biking, Hiking, and much more!
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.
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!
Welcome to the Fife and Drum Inn A Historic Williamsburg VA Boutique Hotel The most conveniently located, bed and breakfast in downtown Williamsburg VA. the Fife and Drum Inn is located between the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area and the College of William and Mary. From the inn’s front door, the College Admissions Office is just a two-block walk west, and the colonial Governor’s Palace is a two-block walk east. Our B & B is located on the north side of Merchants’ Square, a two-block area that contains some of the best restaurants in Virginia and more than thirty specialty retail shops.
Welcome to the Inn at Riverbend. Our custom built inn is located in the New River Valley between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Allegheny Mountains, known collectively as the Appalachian Mountains. The seven room inn, near Roanoke and Blacksburg, VA is a proud member of Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America since 2005. We are honored to be chosen for this group of more than 400 bed and breakfasts, inns and small hotels in North America. Each individually appointed room enjoys direct access to the outside decks. Relax outdoors, enjoying the morning song birds or watching the panoramic sunset. Listen to the sound of distant trains traveling along the river below. Experience an evening gazing at the stars or the summer fireflies from one of the decks, or read a book while relaxing peacefully in our luxurious and romantic accommodations. Gourmet multi-course breakfast and custom blended and roasted coffee await you each morning.
The historic Hillcrest Mansion Inn is a four-acre estate overlooking Clifton Forge, Virginia. Guests enjoy a relaxing getaway at a true, turn-of-the-century Edwardian mansion where service, meals, and relaxation are literally Above it All. Located in the Alleghany Highlands, Hillcrest Mansion offers superior Bed & Breakfast accommodations for an easy drive or train ride from Charlottesville or Washington, DC. Guests can explore the town of Clifton Forge, the 2018 “Top Small Adventure Town” in Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. With three-to-five course formal breakfasts masterfully prepared by innkeeper Martha Crawford and elegant, comfortable rooms, Hillcrest Mansion Inn is not just a place to stay — it is a true destination.
This Yorktown, Virginia bed and breakfast offers 5 luxurious rooms and accommodations in southeastern Virginia. Enjoy a Gourmet breakfast, Wireless Internet and cable TV. Our bed and breakfast in Yorktown, provides private entrances & bathrooms. Three of our five rooms have kitchen facilities ensuite. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Yorktown, VA
High in the Blue Ridge Mountains is a haven of natural beauty called the Sugar Tree Inn, which is set on 28 wooded acres at 2,800 feet. The Inn is a place of peace and solitude. Just outside the Inn’s door you can walk nature trails alongside our rushing creek. Five minutes away, the magnificent Blue Ridge Parkway stretches lazily along the mountain peaks. There are miles of vistas and great hiking, including the Appalachian Trail. Enjoy canoeing and tubing on the rivers, or horseback riding on the bridle paths. Don’t miss our wineries and the local delicacies that make this a special corner of Virginia. Follow a hummingbird from the porch feeders to the dogwoods below. As evening falls, enjoy a spectacular sunset and then marvel at the stars as night encompasses the mountains. Come relax and enjoy our very special place with your very special someone!
Dave and Heidi Lanford welcome you to The Iris Inn Bed & Breakfast in Waynesboro, Virginia. Nestled on 12 wooded acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains, overlooking the Shenandoah Valley, this modern facility is ideal for a weekend romantic retreat. The inn also offers a refreshing change of pace for the business traveler or a tranquil setting for the tourist to spend a few nights or a week. The inn was architecturally designed for comfort and for the mountain views and woodsy feel. All rooms have private access to outdoor decks with plenty of seating to enjoy the scenery, read a book, or take a snooze. Its convenient location provides a home base for exploring many of the area attractions, including the Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Charlottesville, The University of Virginia, Monticello, and many fine local wineries. The focal point of the inn is the great room with its 28-foot stone fireplace and a 48-square foot canvas depicting wildlife in the Blue Ridge Mountains. A full breakfast is served in the great room and features an entree along with homemade breads, coffee, juice, and fruit. A “bottomless” cookie jar is located on the sideboard and beverages are available at check-in time. Lightening fast fiber optic internet complimentary, allowing guests to stream their favorite shows.
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
Historic Bed & Breakfast located with in an easy walk to Colonial Williamsburg, merchants square and the College of William & Mary. The Sampler is filled with a unique variety of antiques and world travel collectables. All guest room have king size beds and private baths with duel headed steam showers. A regional chef prepared full breakfast is included each morning.
Elegant Updated Colonial Style Bed & Breakfast in the heart of town. Walking distance to Colonial Williamsburg, merchants square and the College of William & Mary. Romantic Guest Rooms, Plenty of Sitting Areas for Social Distancing and Reunions with family & friends. Secret cottage gardens behind the house with bistro lighting and comfy sitting areas. Full Regional chef prepared breakfast.
Briar Patch Bed and Breakfast Inn offers charm and hospitality to match its historic location, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge and Shenandoah Mountains and close to Middleburg, Virginia. The Bed & Breakfast is a historic farm (c. 1805) on 47 rolling acres in the heart of Virginia horse and wine country. Area attractions include visiting wineries & breweries & distilleries, hiking, biking, horseback riding, tennis, golf, scenic drives, antiquing, and eating in the area’s fine restaurants. We also host events such as weddings, company retreats and picnics, family reunions, and other festive occasions. Pets can be accommodated for a minimal fee by prior arrangement. We are only 20 minutes from Dulles Airport and about an hour from Washington, DC.
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia, the inn is surrounding by a number of quaint antique shops, museums, galleries, restaurants and bluegrass music festivals throughout the year. A 57 mile trails to rails recreational path for bicycling, horseback riding, hiking and travels alongside the New River where canoeing, tubing, kayaking and fishing can be enjoyed.
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.
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.
Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 50 acres in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley lies Steeles Tavern Manor. Situated mid-way between the historic towns of Staunton and Lexington, we’re ideally located for visiting all of our many local attractions. Crabtree Falls and the Blue Ridge Parkway, Historic Lexington, Staunton’s theatre, renowned Central Virginia wineries, The Virginia Horse Center, Natural Bridge, antique shops, and championship golf all close to our Shenandoah Valley lodging. The Manor house offers five spacious guest rooms and suites each with gas or electric fireplaces, private baths with double Jacuzzi tubs, and modern amenities. For the ultimate in privacy, reserve on of our three romantic cabins. Each has a king bed, full kitchen, living room with gas fireplace and flat screen TV, large bathroom, and a private hot tub on a secluded back deck. Explore the area or relax by our in-ground pool (seasonal). Enjoy free WiFi throughout the property. Covered bicycle and motorcycle storage is available as well as Tesla and ClipperCreek EV charging stations.
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!
The historic Airwell Bed and Breakfast, located in Loudoun County, VA, offers quaint cottages and luxurious rooms near the Blue Ridge Mountains and numerous wineries and craft breweries. Enjoy a delectable gourmet breakfast in the privacy of your cottage or room, on your private stone patio, or one of our porches. Our lushly landscaped 5 acre property in Purcellville provides a place to escape the daily stress of life, reconnect with your significant other, and discover the wonders of Loudoun County. Airwell B&B is known for topnotch, friendly hospitality, cleanliness, and amenities. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing, romantic destination escape in Purcellville, Virginia.
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A Virginia bed and breakfast will always take care of you like you’re family. The state has dozens of famous attractions including Arlington National Cemetery and Williamsburg, capital of former colonial Virginia back in the very old days.
Bed and breakfasts in Virginia tend to span the gamut when it comes to accommodations and the vibe that’s offered to guests. Many of the b&bs are older, historic homes which make them fascinating places to use as a base to explore.
No matter where you stay, expect delicious Southern cuisine and the friendliest hosts you’ve ever seen. Don’t worry about stocking up on wine for your vacation either. Virginia is loaded with wineries and the wine flows like water in this colonial state.
Headed out to the beach? Virginia Beach is where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. There’s a 3 mile boardwalk full of things to do, including the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.
The Chincoteague and Assateague Islands are a really unique place to visit. They’re known for their wild ponies that roam around the island!
We promise you’ll never run out of things to do when you visit Virginia. Here are a few of the top sights and also some lesser traveled destinations that are every bit as beautiful.
Charlottesville is home to the University of Virginia, one of the nation’s top universities and an absolutely stunning little town. Check out UVA’s “Grounds” (campus if you’re at any other school), and see the school that Thomas Jefferson founded. Jefferson’s Academical Village is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must see for its natural beauty, and unique architecture. Charlottesville also has a massive number of great restaurants and farm to table dining to feast on!
The Blue Ridge Mountains have to be on your list of things to do. They really are that amazing. Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway, “America’s favorite drive”. Stretching through the beautiful mountains, you might consider renting a fast car and enjoying some of the most scenic views in the country. Shenandoah National Park is also on the Parkway, and is a great spot to take your family or spouse if you’re craving some nature.
We’ve already mentioned Virginia Beach but if you’re looking for a different flavor than what the rest of Virginia has to offer, check out VB. You have everything from your typical boardwalk entertainment to fine dining, and you’ll be able to find fresh caught seafood everywhere. Try the oysters, you won’t regret it.
Headed to Richmond? The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is the top rated site in the city, featuring contemporary artists and permanent fixtures make this an art lover’s dream. If you’ve got kids than head to the Children’s Museum of Richmond.
Lexington VA is nice if you’re looking for a quieter place to spend some quality time. There’s beautiful antique architecture and some great shopping & dining (Virginia is just chock full).
If you came to Virginia to escape the hustle and bustle & get some quality quiet time, consider looking into the Shenandoah Valley. There are numerous inns and country farms dotting the Valley, and plenty of places to hike, ride horses, and fish.
The landscape of Virginia is stunning and one of the main reasons so many tourists love visiting year after year.
Virginia is blessed with sweeping mountain ranges, spectacular views, and lovely trees & forests to hike and explore.
Shenandoah National Park is one of the best places to see what Virginia is really about. You can rock climb or hike, in addition to walking through and soaking in the majesty of one of America’s premier national parks. With over 200,000 acres of land, you’ll never be bored in this beauty.
Mount Rogers National Recreation Area in Southwest Virginia is a lot less crowded than Shenandoah, and you’ll have tons of space to stretch out and breathe. There are miles of biking trails, hiking paths, and places to horseback ride.
Virginia even has islands! Assateague Island is a must see and features the wild ponies that roam the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. The island is one of the best bird watching spots in America, and is also very close to the Atlantic Ocean. You know what that means….more seafood.
If you want to kayak or paddle down some rivers, Virginia has plenty of those too. The South Fork of the Shenandoah River in Front Royal, Luray is a great place to get your kicks. You can even float down the river on an inner tube if that’s your jam!
Virginia might possibly be THE most historic state in the United States. Originally the wealthiest colony of the British Empire, the planters & farmers that dominated the state began to form democratic & republican ideas and were one of the founding 13 states of America.
Fun Fact: Virginia is the birthplace of more U.S. Presidents than any other state (8).
As one of the oldest states in the country, it’s home to some of the oldest schools in the country, like College of William & Mary, signed into charter by King William III way back in 1693!
As soon as you drive through Virginia you’ll get a sense of the rich history that permeates the land. Virginia was home to the capital of the confederacy, Richmond VA, today a thriving little city full of history and culture.
It doesn't matter which part of Virginia you’re visiting. You’ll bump into history here, there, and everywhere and sometimes in the most unlikely places.
If you love to mix some culture and nostalgia into your travels, than you picked the right state with Virginia.
Virginia is rich in history and you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t see George Washington’s Mount Vernon on your vacation. George & Martha’s family home in Mount Vernon, VA is bursting with history of our country’s founding, and specific info about the 1st President of the United States.
Chesapeake Bay near Virginia Beach is a wonderful spot to explore nature and check out one of the country’s largest estuaries. There’s obviously mouth watering seafood joints around the Bay, so visit one after you spend the day exploring!
The Civil War Trails are phenomenal and the best way to learn about the history of America, and the trials & tribulations that resulted in the Civil War.
Renting a car? Skyline Drive is the number one activity you’ll want to do. You’ll cruise over the ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains and drive the entire length of the Shenandoah National Park.
Roanoke & Williamsburg are also good places to go to get your history fix.
Virginia’s weather varies wildly, with snowy winters and really humid, hot summers. You’ll definitely want to dress lightly and pack a swimsuit if you’re visiting in the summer, and bundle up in the Winter. That goes without saying!
Also, Virginia can get frequent rain storms and thunderstorms, usually between April and September.
Fall is absolutely gorgeous and showcases Virginia’s rugged natural beauty with changing leaves, crisp fall air, and cool but not freezing cold temperatures.
No matter what month you’re planning on visiting, make sure to check the forecast as Virginia’s weather can be unpredictable.
Pack warm clothes for Fall & Winter if you’re thinking about any outdoor activities. It’s always better to be prepared & bundled up, than not have enough protection and be regretting it later!
Virginia has a variety of phenomenal restaurants & awesome breweries/wineries for you to check out. Oysters are actually the oldest food in the state, when English settlers pulled up fresh oysters out of the James River in 1607. Today, you don’t have to go fishing for oysters to enjoy them. Virginia Beach is one of the meccas of delicious oysters so look forward to having tons when you’re here.
The Southern Cuisine is also a stand-out star in Old Dominion. Check out Southern Kitchen in Richmond, VA if you’re got a hankering for Country Fried Chicken, succulent shrimp, Chicken N’ Waffles, or a little bit of fresh catfish.
Food for Thought in Williamsburg is known for its all American eats. Juicy pot roasts and ribs are fan favorites at this joint.
It’s hard to suggest a great place to eat when Virginia is packed to the gills with incredible restaurants. Explore for yourself and you’re destined to find a gem.
Virginia is definitely a state where it pays to stay at a bed & breakfast. Taking advantage of the sweeping landscape, gorgeous mountains & valleys, and being connected to Virginia’s incredible past is best experienced at a b&b.
The state is rich with history and there’s a great chance your bed and breakfast will be a historic home or styled as a country inn. What’s cozier than that?
If you’re on a romantic getaway, you’ll score major points by taking that special someone to Virginia. Wine country has the potential to turn anyone into a true Virginia fanatic. If you’re into the great outdoors, there are enough outdoor activities to keep you busy for a lifetime. Hiking is always awesome if you’re staying in the mountains, or visit Virginia Beach and play in the water.
Guest rooms are always lovely with silky soft sheets, private bathrooms, and a boutique feel. Virginia is renowned for some of the most luxurious bed & breakfast locations in the country, so rest easy when you book one.
Most inns offer massages to really get the relaxation going. Lie down on a comfy beach spa bed and get all the knots worked out by an experienced masseuse to really kick off your vacation.
Friendly innkeepers are extremely knowledgeable about the history of Virginia, and what activities or sites they recommend might turn out to be something that isn’t mainstream knowledge.
In one sentence, expect your b&b to be loaded with amenities in Virginia. At the very minimum, all b&b’s in Virginia provide a gourmet breakfast (usually with local ingredients), private baths, and free wifi. Parking is a non-issue, and innkeepers are extremely friendly and are always available to lend a helping hand with whatever you need. They often know the area really well, and can give you some insider tips that many vacationers miss out on if they don’t stay at a bed & breakfast.
Virginia is covered with incredible mountain ranges and mountain views, and many of the bed & breakfast spots in the more rural parts of Virginia will provide you with the best mountain views in the state... Having coffee in a gazebo while waking up to the sunrise doesn’t sound too bad either, does it?
Some of the options are also pet friendly & there’s no better place to bring your furry friend than Virginia. Imagine running over sweeping hills and breathing in the crisp Virginia air with your dog. There’s nothing like it!
Unless you’re staying in a walkable town like Charlotesville, Richmond, or areas near D.C. that have access to solid public transportation, it’s definitely worth renting a car to get around Virginia. The Blue Ridge Parkway alone is worth driving.
The Blue Ridge Parkway runs 469 miles through both North Carolina & Virginia, and is one of the most scenic roads in America. Fun breweries & eateries line the BRP so you won’t go hungry as you gaze at gorgeous mountains.o
More urban areas like Richmond definitely have enough to see & do within walking distance of most bed and breakfast locations.
There are more types of b&b options in Virginia than there are stars in the solar system. Seriously, you can’t go wrong, no matter what type of bed and breakfast ambiance you prefer.
One of the best bed and breakfast in Virginia is called the Fife and Drum Inn in Williamsburg, VA. Steps away from Williamsburg’s historic colonial area & the College of William and Mary, the Fife and Drum is a charming little inn that’s extremely cozy. They serve up hot complimentary breakfast, have blazing fast wifi, and are nearby all the action in Williamsburg.
Hankering for a little beach action? One of the fantastic bed and breakfast Virginia Beach options is the Barclay Cottage Bed and Breakfast. Smack dab on the waterfront of VB, you can rent jet skis, go parasailing, or walk the boardwalk & soak in the nightlife and fine dining on offer.
Looking for a pet friendly bed and breakfast Virginia? Visit the Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast. Outdoor fire pits, a full country breakfast, and driving distance to the Blue Ridge Parkway all make this inn a winner.
The bed and breakfast Virginia mountains that you’ll want to consider is Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast. Sitting in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, you’ll be near craft wine and beer country as well as Charlottesville, all while enjoying top class hospitality.