From Relais and Chateau suites to lovingly tended small inns and B&Bs, your room in Rappahannock County can be in one of several quaint historic villages or amid the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding countryside. Many inns, hotels and B&Bs are located in historic properties, some are on farm properties and all offer modern amenities and friendly hospitality.
Located on 138 acres in the shadow of Old Rag, Belle Meade Farm offers tranquility, space and beauty. Enjoy our accommodations in a renovated Victorian farmhouse and cottage. Explore the farm, enjoy the pool, hot tub and pond. Whole house rentals, group retreats available. Guests of all ages welcome. The Schoolhouse is available for special events. Pasture-raised eggs and meat for sale.
353 FT Valley Road Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 9748
12567 Lee Highway Washington VA 22747 540 987 3388
Caledonia Farm is a National Register landmark celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2012. Two suites, one with two bedrooms, have air conditioning, heat controls, working fireplaces, private baths and view of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Shenandoah National Park. Caledonia is also a 135-acre working beef cattle farm and is stop #1 on the Virginia Birding & Wildlife Trail. Ultimate hospitality since 1985 and still just $140 per night.
47 Dearing Rd. Flint Hill, VA 22627
3131 Slate Mills Road, Sperryville, VA 22740 540-987-8025
Guests enjoy this working farm with cattle, miniature donkeys and sheep, panoramic mountain views, perennial gardens and lush pasture land — all just a 5-minute stroll from the historic village of Washington. Accommodations in the farm's fieldstone manor house offer four well-appointed guest rooms, each with its own luxurious private bath. Sumptuous breakfasts are included — everything is homemade.
POB 124, 636 Mount Salem Ave Washington VA 22747
540 675 3679
We offer dining and luxury lodging in an historic schoolhouse that is situated on five picturesque acres. We feature a full-service dining restaurant, including a traditional pub, and four luxury suites in a newly renovated building that retains its historic charm while offering modern comfort and luxury — a perfect gathering spot for receptions, weddings and large outdoor events. We also have a private dining room for your special events. The building and grounds offer a beautiful backdrop for your special event, and our kitchen can prepare an equally beautiful banquet. Food, spirits, wine, lodging -- we invite you to relax and enjoy the good life at Flint Hill Public House Restaurant & Inn. Contact us to make a reservation or to discuss your special event.
675 Zachary Taylor Hwy PO Box 356 Flint Hill, VA 22627
Forgotten Creek Farm rests quietly on Hackleys Mill Road in Amissville, VA. Forgotten Creek Farm offers a farm and bed and breakfast on fifty-one acres. Forgotten Creek Farm was originally owned by the Compton Family of Rappahannock County, VA, now owned and operated by the Shoemakers.
The half acre pond provides fishing along with scenic views of Mt. Marshall and of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Relax with breathtaking views at this serene lake. Fresh vegetables, berries and fruit are provided by the natural garden located on the premises. A herd of twenty grass fed Black Angus cattle graze the fields beyond the bed and breakfast.
The guest lodging consists of an entire private level of the main house with two bedrooms and a full bath. The guest quarters also provide a TV entertainment area, a reading area and a coffee/dining area. Six foot tall glass doors open onto the morning patio with spectacular views of the mountains.
We do welcome small families because of the two bedrooms one equipped with a Queen sized bed and the other with one full sized bed.
High speed internet provided by Piedmont Broadband.
43 Forgotten Creek Lane Amissville, VA 20106
Located in the historic village of “Little” Washington, the five-guestroom Foster Harris House is also a “micro-restaurant” serving prix fixe dinners by reservation in its intimate 10-seat dining room on Fridays and Saturday nights. The Foster Harris House has received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the past nine years and is also a member of BedandBreakfast.com’s prestigious Diamond Collection. Room rates start at $219. Dinner is $85 per person or $115 if paired with wine (plus tax and gratuity). Private dinners can be booked for parties of 6 - 10 on any night of the week.
POB 333 189 Main Street Washington, VA 22747
540 675 3757
Our 1850s farmhouse in historic Washington welcomes you to the foothills of the Blue Ridge. Home-cooked breakfasts, quiet gardens, library with fireplace. Walking distance from the renowned restaurant The Inn at Little Washington, minutes from hiking, wineries, horseback riding, antiques. One pet-friendly room.
160 Gay Street Washington VA 22747
540 316 9220
Over the years, Glen Gordon Manor has hosted members of the British royal family and set the scene for many memorable hunts and balls. Overlooking Shenandoah National Park from 45 acres of pasture, lawns, gardens and parkland, Glen Gordon offers five well-appointed rooms and gourmet dinners for guests by chefs Dayn and Trent Smith. The captivating retreat glories in views of the Blue Ridge and neighboring farms and vineyards. Tracing its roots to 1833 as a Wells Fargo stagecoach stop, 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. Guest rooms echo the warm radiance. Luxuriously appointed Glencroft Cottage suites and spacious Gordon Mews House lend further hospitality, along with a sparkling pool and stables.
1482 Zachary Taylor Highway, Huntly, VA 22640
Greenfield Inn consists of three guest rooms in the main house, one three room suite above the summer kitchen with a second story screened porch, the fifth room has an open floor plan which includes a galley kitchen.
Take advantage of our opening special book two nights and receive a 15% discount on your entire stay.
30 September Song Lane Washington, VA 22747
Experience casual country living on a 27-acre, family-owned orchard and surrounding grounds. Hall’s Orchard and House is located on a resettlement site of the Shenandoah National Park established during the presidential terms of Hoover and F.D.R. Guests can enter the Skyline Drive in minutes from Hall’s Orchard and House at either the Thornton Gap Entrance Station or Front Royal Entrance Station.Hall’s House is a three level home build in 2007 with large and open living spaces. It has an expansive front porch, balconies on two levels and two patios for relaxing. The house is decorated with vibrant colors and Asian influences. The three guest rooms are large and spacious with comfortable furnishings. Two of them have multiple beds. All rooms have sweeping, wide, commanding views of the Shenandoah National Park. Hall’s Orchard and House can be seen from Hogwallow Flats Overlook on the Skyline Drive.The orchard has 400 varieties of heirloom apples (all trees are tagged and cataloged) and is on the annual Rappahannock County Farm Tour and Festival. Email email@example.com for more information.
P.O. Box 99, 77 Bear Wallow Rd Flint Hill VA 22627
This renovated 1820s hotel is located in the heart of Sperryville. The abundant porches offer views of the village and mountains, and in-room fireplaces permit private relaxation. Start the day with a delicious breakfast made with the freshest ingredients available.
47 Main Street Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 3383
The Inn at Little Washington has become an international culinary shrine. Chef/Proprietor Patrick O’Connell’s approach to cooking pays homage to the tenets of classical French cuisine and reflects a belief in “the cuisine of today” — healthy, eclectic, imaginative, unrestricted by ethnic boundaries. The inn’s 18 bedrooms, suites and cottages are sumptuous hideaways. Awarded five stars by the 2011 Forbes Travel Guide (formerly Mobil Travel Guide); AAA’s Five Diamond Award; Wine Spectator Grand Award; Conde Naste Traveler’s Gold List; Travel & Leisure’s Top 500 Hotels for 2011.
Middle and Main streets, Washington, VA 22747
Welcome to the Inn at Mount Vernon Farm. In 1827, John Miller Jr., "Poplar John," purchased Mount Vernon Farm and built this home on a knoll overlooking his fields and the Shenandoah mountains. From the front porch he could watch over his herd and relax to the sounds of nature. Five generations later, we invite you to join us on the farm and step back in time to a place where you can put the stress of modern life behind you and unwind in a beautiful setting.
206 Mount Vernon Lane Sperryville VA 22740
540 987 3165
A hip, modern approach to the historic country Inn. The White Moose Inn (circa 1837) combines calm with luxury. Features include a large terrace with mountain views, rooms with vaulted ceilings, crisp clean designs and a location just steps from the famous Inn at Little Washington.
291 Main St, Washington VA 22747