Best Virginia Inns
Inn at Willow Grove
Inn at Willow Grove is located on a private 40-acre estate in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and is as cozy as it is hospitable.
Why is this the best Virginia Inn? This historic 18th century plantation house and surrounding cottages features a unique blend of chic and elegant "urban meets plantation" style, exceptional world-class amenities and gracious Southern hospitality. Many of the rooms and suites feature wet-bars, gas fireplaces, soaking tubs, private sitting rooms, and porches. Make sure to explore the grounds including the Salon, the Library, the Smokehouse Spa, the Fire Pits, and Vintage the onsite restaurant.close
Channel Bass Inn
Escape to the real "Secret Garden" at Channel Bass Inn.
Anytime is tea time among the perennial gardens and trickling fountains of the Channel Bass Inn. Soothing background sounds are your music to musings as you plot your travels through paradise: a ride out to Assateague Island or a personal musical performance in the melody-making magic of Channel Bass Inn’s dining room. Complimentary bicycles, backpacks, beach towels and chairs, binoculars and bird books supply your stay with all the tools for a great Virginia adventure!close
The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center
Lanterns light your way to the regal New England residence of The Inn at Virginia Tech.
Gardens and halls of an Oxford college inspire old souls into the walls of The Inn at Virginia Tech. The largest hotel and conference center in Blacksburg, Virginia brings intimate elegance to its great rooms and hollow-stone ballrooms. Convenience and luxury combine to mold your memorable event into the 700-seat ballroom catered by the best restaurant in Blacksburg. Clear a way for your memorable event, and follow the lanterns into The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center.close
Inn at Darden - University of Virginia
Traditional hospitality and hotel elegance weave the tartan that is Inn at Darden.
Grounding greats like the country's first presidents, Virginia hosts the home roots, country classic Inn at Darden. Dignity delights in the romantic history of downtown Charlottesville, whose excellent attractions, past in outstanding service, and charming accommodations feature traditional Jeffersonian décor. Greet guests or reconnect with family in The Gatehouse, get a taste of Charlottesville in The Abbott Center Dining Room, and treat yourself to a tradition at the Inn at Darden.close
The Tides Inn
All waterways lead to Tides Inn!
The Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers make a watery welcome mat to the Tides Inn. Indulge in a relaxing retreat to Virginia's countryside where golf vacations, lakeside retreats, and Virginia wedding venue dreams come true past the inviting doors of this whimsical waterfront inn. Discover dramatic guest rooms, regional cuisine, Golden Eagle Golf, a #1 Travel & Leisure Spa, and sailing vessel services at the Marina. Sail away to a Chesapeake Bay secret at the Tides Inn!close
Royalty unravels to include you in the cloth that is Colonial Williamsburg.
Rockefeller opulence designed to entertain royalty lends the country estate key to you. Exquisite experiences await your every queen or kingly wish, where every detail is under an elegant spell. It's love at first bite with the Regency Room cuisine of European twisted American fare, including favorites like the crabmeat Randolph. Picture yourself making a ripple in this revolutionary city at the historic luxury of Colonial Williamsburg Inn.close
The Alcove at Luray
The Alcove provides guests with an assortment of luxury amenities and accommodations that make everyone feel like royalty!
When we say "everyone", we mean "everyone". Simply step inside and survey your court! With superb hospitality and a convenient location near the beautiful Shenandoah Valley and Luray Caverns, there's no shortage on things to experience and enjoy here. From the incredible privacy, elegant country decor, and beautiful mountain views to the eight bedrooms, twelve queen beds, and five-and-a-half bathrooms, The Alcove is fit for a king. Add in nearby state parks and rivers and you have a winner!close
The Inn at 400 West High
The Inn at 400 West High offers guests a unique Bed & Breakfast getaways in the heart of Charlottesville.
The five comfortable guest rooms feature great amenities like a fireplace, rooftop terrace, luxurious king and queen beds and enough privacy to enjoy a romantic getaway with your special someone. Enjoy cuisine that is second to none with crepes, Belgian waffles, omelets, quiches,and more! Have dietary restrictions? Let the staff know and they'll be happy to accommodate as best they can! Spend your days strolling the streets of Charlottesville, taking in the history and ambiance of the area.close
In one of the most historic neighborhoods in Charlottesville sits the Oakhurst Inn, the perfect place for your next Virginian vacation.
The Oakhurst Inn is a luxurious boutique hotel that offers 27 modern guest rooms, five sophisticated apartments, and a gourmet cafe. The rooms at the Inn are unique in that they have undergone historic restorations but also feature modern amenities. These amenities include a private, European-styled bathroom, luxury linens, and complimentary wireless internet. The Inn offers 24-hour concierge service and free parking and valet, giving guests everything they need to have a stress-free vacation.close
Fall in love with the Inn next door: Clifton Inn of Charlottesville.
The Hundred Acre Wood cloaks this Charlottesville classic with the soul of a storybook. Set your escape in the esteemed Relais & Châteaux Clifton Inn. An intimate elegance hangs in the morning misty air of this ultimate Charlottesville wedding venue and family reunion retreat, where romance revives and memories are spun. A cordial invite preludes your promenade through award-winning wines, culinary confections, and presidential suites in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains.close
House Mountain Inn
The No. 2 pick in our list, House Mountain Inn, invites you to relax with friends in high places and let nature take its course.
House Mountain Inn is more than you might expect from the finest bed and breakfast. Wake each morning to a hearty breakfast, stop by for the wine and cheese hour in the early evening, and enjoy the three-course mountain fancy dinner in the scenic Robert E. Lee Dining Room. Each of the nine guest rooms and suites at the inn features fine linens, plus towels, satellite television, gas fireplaces, and either an indoor Jacuzzi or an outdoor four-person hot tub. Experience a top Virginia inn today!close