Hotels in Virginia
There are no shortages of places to stay in Virginia, ranging from quaint bed and breakfasts to luxury spas nestled in the mountains there is a place for everyone. Bernard’s Landing Resort and Conference Center in the Blue Ridge Mountains is perfect for all seasons. The resort offers swimming, skiing, tennis and horseback riding. It is one of the best hotels in Virginia. A visit to Virginia in the summertime calls for a visit to Virginia Beach and the Cavalier Hotel, located on the historic oceanfront, is perfect for families.
The Historic Mountain Lake Conservancy and Hotel is an excellent place to stay – especially if you’re a fan of the film “Dirty Dancing.” Guests can enjoy a host of outdoor activities including horseback riding and croquet. In the middle of Virginia’s horse and wine country is the Salamander Resort and Spa. Relax in the resort’s luxurious spa, or take a tour of the neighboring vineyards. In Hot Springs, Virginia is top rated hotel and spa, The Homestead, nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. Hotels in Virginia offer something for everyone.
Drift off to sounds of nature in one of the Outfitters’ secluded riverfront cabins that sleep six; most have private hot tubs and decks with water views. Sign up for the dinner-and-canoe package and chow down on steaks char-grilled by an open campfire.
The 18th-century houses and taverns scattered throughout the historic village are retrofitted with modern comforts, bathrooms chief among them.
Reopened in October 2010 after a complete renovation.
It’s not often that an 18-room inn located in a tiny town like Washington, Virginia becomes a destination in its own right, but that’s certainly the case with the Inn at Little Washington.
The restored interior of this intimate inn’s Georgian villa, in Virginia’s burgeoning wine region 20 miles from Charlottesville, is a refined mix of damask, oil paintings, four-poster beds, and claw-foot tubs.
A country doctor’s 1913 home is now an inn, an easy tree-lined walk away from downtown. The quietly refined guest rooms come with plush bathrobes and cashmere blankets; the backyard has a pitching area for playing horseshoes.
Built by a master carpenter on the edge of the University of Virginia campus in 1817, the eight-room hotel retains its Federal-era charm with carved fireplace mantels and four-poster beds.
Sleep in lace-canopied beds under wood-beamed ceilings (in some rooms) in this 18th-century redbrick house; wake up to housemade pastries.
The foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, south and west of Washington, D.C., are a playground for the city’s old guard, their horses, and their beagles. With its laird-of-the-manor grandeur, no place evokes the regional esprit like Keswick Hall.
The old-fashioned mountain camp has rustic wood-paneled rooms and a playground for kids.