Top 10 Virginia Bed & Breakfasts
With a unique blend of luxury, warm hospitality, and elegant accommodations, it's no wonder the Foxfield Inn is our number 10 pick!
This popular bed and breakfast in Charlottesville, Virginia, sports five gracious bedrooms with patios, fireplaces, and Jacuzzi tubs. But, the rooms are just the start. Dine on a full three-course gourmet breakfast, enjoy afternoon refreshments, relax in the outdoor hot tub, or stroll the fishpond in the park-like backyard. And, when you stay at Foxfield, you're not far from famous Virginia attractions like Jefferson's Monticello and Madison's Montpelier!close
Belle Hearth Bed & Breakfast
Wind back the clock, turn off your smartphone, and welcome yourself to the historic Victorian elegance of the Belle Hearth Bed & Breakfast!
Located in the historic district of Waynesboro, Virginia, the Belle Hearth's quaint wraparound porch, gabled roof, heart-pine floors, and seven working fireplaces are sure to charm your socks off. And, even if the late Victorian/Neo-Classical touches aren't your thing, you're sure to enjoy the homemade, locally-grown breakfast menu, the large swimming pool, and the numerous nearby wineries, antique shops, and recreational opportunities!close
Holladay House Bed & Breakfast
There's no holiday like a holiday at the Holladay House Bed & Breakfast, an Orange, Virginia landmark for more than 180 years!
A stately Federal-style structure situated on Main Street, this historic B&B boasts six luxurious and intimate guest rooms featuring fireplaces and whirlpool Jacuzzis. Enjoy homemade cookies on the front porch, curl up with a good book in front of the parlor's 19th-century fireplace, and wake up to a locally-produced breakfast of frittatas in the morning. And, make sure to check out nearby Taylor Park, the Farmers Market, or take a free guided walking tour of the Downtown Historic District!close
Garden and Sea Inn
New Church, Virginia
If you're looking for a romantic escape to the Eastern Shore of Virginia, you've found it in the Garden and Sea Inn!
Home to four beautifully-landscaped acres, lush gardens, and trickling ponds, this early 19th-century Victorian-style B&B offers the perfect combination of exquisite historic surroundings and modern conveniences. Enjoy private baths with whirlpool tubs, cozy fireplaces, and a relaxing outdoor swimming pool. And, in the morning, sample German specialties like Weisswuerste and Leberkaese or American favorites like fresh Blueberry Pancakes and Eggs Florentine. Plan your mouthwatering stay, today!close
A Williamsburg White House
While it may not be 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, you're sure to feel a little presidential during your stay at A Williamsburg White House!
Housed in an elegant century-old estate located only four blocks from the famous Colonial Williamsburg, this popular bed and breakfast offer unique Presidential suites, beautiful sitting rooms, and an interesting JFK library with hundreds of selections to choose from. Enjoy a delicious full breakfast in the Reagan Dining Room, or cozy up to the wood-burning fireplaces in the Diplomatic Reception Room as you munch on baked goods, and sip on wines and sherries! Hail to A Williamsburg White House!close
Barclay Cottage Bed & Breakfast
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Beach bums and luxury lovers will love the Barclay Cottage Bed & Breakfast, one of Virginia Beach's premier beachside getaways!
The Cottage's five uniquely-appointed rooms come complete with doll house-like furnishings, luxurious air-jetted tubs, and European shower heads. After a restful night in your queen-size bed and dining on a delicious homemade breakfast, grab a complimentary beach towel, umbrella, and boogie board and hit the sands. Then, take a ride around town on one of the Cottage's bicycles, munch on some freshly-baked cookies in the afternoon, and cap off your day with a Sherry night cap!close
Bentley Manor Inn
Discover the historic essence of Colonial Williamsburg at the Bentley Manor Inn, a classic brick colonial in the heart of Williamsburg!
Adjacent to the College of William and Mary, the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area, and Merchants Square, the Bentley Manor Inn offers luxurious accommodations with private tiled baths and flat-panel TVs and a delicious daily breakfast served by candlelight in a colonial-inspired dining room. But, with historic battlefields and plantations and the wines of Williamsburg Winery nearby, you won't want to stay "inn" for long!close
Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast
They say Virginia is for lovers. If that's true, than the Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast is for romance!
Located in a peaceful rural area of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this romantic bed and breakfast serves up rooms with overstuffed pillows, high thread-count bedding, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and modern amenities like BluRay players, perfect for a cozy night in for two. And, make sure to fill up on the complimentary country breakfast before exploring nearby attractions like the historic Monticello, the cascading CrabTree Falls, and the Blue Ridge Parkway hand-in-hand!close
Maury Place at Monument
Overlooking Richmond's famous Maury Monument, the Maury Place at Monument is a historic suite treat!
Built in 1916, the inn has four lovingly-preserved suites with modern touches like heated tile floors, high-definition TVs, and private baths. After admiring the inn's dramatic neo-classical architecture, take a dip in the pool, warm up in the hot tub, and enjoy a glass of complimentary wine. After you've finished your glass, visit the nearby Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, or browse the Carytown shopping district!close
The Alcove at Luray
Superb hospitality and a convenient location near the beautiful Shenandoah Valley and Luray Caverns; The Alcove at Luray has many charms!
Inside The Alcove you'll find an assortment of luxury amenities and accommodations that will make you feel like royalty. Incredible privacy, elegant country decor, and beautiful mountain views are just the start. You'll also enjoy the eight bedrooms, twelve queen beds, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and more! Once you're all settled in, you'll be raring to get out and experience Luray for yourself! Go canoeing, swimming, or fishing in the Shenandoah River or hike in Shenandoah National Park!close