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With a rich history that dates back to the 1730s, Boar's Head offers you a step back in time during your stay. Built from the timbers of an abandoned gristmill along the banks of the Hardware River, the inn was reconstructed from the the mill to the charming destination you see today. Original fieldstones, pine beams and more are still featured... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 175 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Charlottesville
- Nearby Water Rivanna River
- Open Dates All Year
Stay at the Inn at Darden and see the historical attractions like the Thomas Jefferson designed Rotunda at the University of Virginia which he believed would serve as the heart of an "academical village." Apparently he had some free time between writing the Declaration of Independence, and being the third President! Then there's Monticello,... more
The Inn at 400 West High is a beautifully restored continental European bed and breakfast. It has unique decor fit for those who enjoy pairing the modern amenities with old world taste and is just minutes from the historical downtown Charlottesville. Walk through the past at Jefferson's Monticello and Monroe's Ashlawn properties, or to see the... more
Built as a private residence in 1912 for the Crawford family, the home was originally known as Villa Crawford. It was then converted into a Country Club in 1948 before taking its current form in the early 1990s. History surrounds you at every turn during your stay at Keswick Hall with three former presidential residences sitting just a short... more
Located in Charlottesville, Virginia, it's to sense that the Foxfield Inn caters to all types of history buffs. While staying at Foxfield, take advantage of their prime location by checking out pieces of the town's history. The Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, James Monroe’s Ashlawn-Highland, James Madison’s Montpelier, and the Michie Tavern... more