Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast Inns: 3 That Are Sure To Please2018-05-01 15:17:56
3 Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast Inns You'll Love
Charlottesville is such a wonderful place to visit! From art and music to history, you'll find plenty to keep you wonderfully entertained. And an important part of your visit is your lodging accommodation.
Fortunately, these Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast inns have an unwavering commitment to hospitality and superior accommodations. Your hardest decision will be which one to choose!
Located in the heart of Charlottesville, the Dinsmore House Bed and Breakfast at 1211 W. Main Street is a 19th century full refurbished home with nine elegantly appointed rooms. A three-story 1822 Federal-style townhome, the b & b was originally a townhome built by James Dinsmore, Thomas Jefferson's builder.
With a farmhouse-inspired cafe aptly named Farm Bell Kitchen, guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and supper with made from scratch meals. The menu is billed as "hyper local," with Farm Bell using as many locally sourced food vendors as possible.
Plus, you'll be in the heart of downtown. That means you'll be within walking distance of the Historic Downtown Mall, the Paramount Theater, and many other wonderful attractions!
At 400 West High in Charlottesville, you'll find a charming boutique bed and breakfast by the same name. A beautifully decorated inn built in 1900, this Charlottesville bed and breakfast features four exquisite rooms. Two have queen beds and two have king beds.
All rooms have a private bath, flat screen TV and blu-ray, as well as free wireless Internet access.
There is also an apartment for short stays, which is equipped with a full kitchen and has a study.
Bright and modern, it's decorated with a whimsical elegance you'll love. And, it too, is just a short walk to the Downtown Mall. 400 West High is also only two miles from the University of Virginia, and five miles from Ashlawn-Highlands and Monticello.
A hearty gourmet breakfast is served every morning.
200 South Street Inn, another historic Charlottesville bed and breakfast, was built in 1856. With Old World elegance, the inn is actually two restored homes with a total of 24 rooms.The larger house was a private residence for many years. And the smaller house, called the cottage, was built in 1890.
It, too, was a private home and boarding house until, in the 1980's, it became a part of 200 South Street Inn.
You'll be delighted by the elegant decorating of this inn and with the Belgian and English antiques in each room. Many of the rooms have canopy beds, fireplaces, and whirlpool baths. All have private baths. Suites with living rooms are also available.
Located within walking distance of the Downtown Mall, 200 South Street Inn offers unparalleled hospitality and a gracious breakfast each morning!
Visit Charlottesville and make your lodging as memorable as your trip!
Because each of these inns is a StayVA property, you're always assured of the highest professionalism and a quality stay!