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The Inn At Monticello
Highway 20 south, 1188 Scottsville Rd.
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Phone: +1--4349793593
Toll-free: +1--877RELAXVA

Carolyn Patterson and Bob Goss

Football, English

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The Blue Room is the original master bedroom of the Inn, complete with wood burning fireplace, four poster queen bed and views of the hills and rolling front lawn. The room has the warmth and charm of early America.The Yellow Room is a cheerful room full of sunlight and the feeling of warmth even on a cold winter's day.  The feather soft king size bed, with floral accessories, the white balloon shades, and the mellow warm color creates a beautiful romantic get-away. Twin beds are available in the yellow room upon request.
Our cheerful living room is warm and inviting, especially in winter with the fireplace burning.  Fall is always lovely, with colors that begin in mid-September and peak in October - sometimes lasting until November! This tree (Black Gum) is in our front yard.
This picture was taken with a cell phone camera at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, in the vegetable garden. The astonishing color appears from using the flash on a cloudy day.  This is an artichoke blossom!!
A rare moment of quiet, with a beverage on the front porch at the Inn at Monticello.