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The Black Horse Inn, Warrenton, VA est une, chasse-pays domaine historique situé à seulement 45 minutes de Washington, DC et à 35 minutes de l'aéroport Dulles dans la région Mid-Atlantic. Ce bed and breakfast Virginie du Nord propose un hébergement pour les voyageurs les plus exigeants, avec petits-déjeuners copieux et un thé l'après-midi. Circa 1850, cette gracieuse, la maison de style colonial a servi d'hôpital pendant la guerre civile. The Black Horse cavalerie fréquenté cet emplacement, près de Manassas Battlefield. Récemment restauré, l'auberge dispose de huit chambres, toutes avec leur propre salle de bains privée, la plupart avec des lits à baldaquin à baldaquin, jacuzzi et cheminées. L'auberge accueille aussi des chevaux dans leurs écuries pour des visites d'une nuit.
4,8 sur juin 26, 2013
The rooms were exactly as quaint as shown on the website. The inn's commitment to customer service shone when she provided a complimentary upgrade due to low occupancy. She provided the special touches that make these inns special: complimentary wine upon arrival, a cheese tray, and specially made breakfast. She even prepared "to-go" breakfast for my wife who had to leave early for business. It was a real treat to get to know this charming part of Virginia a bit better.
3,8 sur juin 04, 2012
Wonderfully peaceful place! And the breakfast was great. Kudos to the owner and staff!
4,2 sur mai 03, 2011
I used a BedandBreakfast gift card for a relaxing weekend at the Black Horse Inn. I live in DC and even with a little bit of rush hour traffic the drive only took about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The grounds are absolutely gorgeous! We even drove by the famous Gold Cup race horse track on the way to the inn. We arrived a bit later in the evening and the evening staff was very accomodating and friendly. Around dusk both nights we sat in the sun room and nibbled on cheese, crackers, and wine all complimentary from the Inn and set up for us in the sun room. Had two faboulous dinners, Friday and night at Girasole Italian Restaurant and Saturday night at Poplar Springs...both absolutely delish and even better than many DC restaurants on the top 100 list. Breakfast consisted of omlets and french toast with fruit and sausage and homemade orange juice. Each evening we would return to the Inn and chat with other guests or sit by ourselves by the fire and enjoy port and cookies provided by the inn. The rooms were fantastic, clean, and spacious. One day wee went on a horseback ride (when in rome) and it was awesome! Sunday we hit up some wineries to end our perfect weekend. I would definitely go back to the black horse inn. It is very romantic and would be a perfect setting for a wedding due to the friendly staff and impecable and well manicured grounds. A must see!!!! Thanks again and we'll be back soon!
5 sur octobre 12, 2009
Having my wedding at the Black Horse was the best decision I could have made. My husband and I, though legally married several years, had never had a real wedding due to illness and financial issues. Lynn saw to it that when we did have our wedding that it was absolutely perfect! The staff at the Inn were completely attentive to my family and our needs. I am still hearing about what a wonderful night it was from friends and family that attended. As I look through our pictures I relive that day and the feeling of complete bliss and happiness that I felt that day comes back to me again. I keep a picture next to my desk to give my spirits a lift whenever I need one! All I can say is that I can't imagine a better wedding or a better place to have a wedding!
4,6 sur septembre 09, 2009
I had traveled alone to enjoy the scottish festival and called to inquire about an overnight stay. The individual I spoke with was so warm and accommodating I knew I had to stay. I stayed in the apartment next to the stables. It was the grandest with every attention to detail. The views are lovely with horses and rolling hills. The grounds were impecibly landscapped. The house was world class with warmth and charm of olden days. I was immediately relaxed. The bed linens were beautifully designed. This house by far exceeded my expectations and Cape May can't even compare to it! The owner, Lynn, was so gracious and warm that I will definitely go there again. The history of the home and the labor of love she has endured to have this home look the way it does definitely speaks to her passion for it. You truly feel welcome.
5 sur février 01, 2007
I stayed twice last year at the Inn and each time I felt I had been to a little piece of heaven. The last stay was for a wedding that was straight out of bridal dream books. I have never participated in anything so lovely. The beautiful outdoor setting provides a perfect background for any occasion. The food great, the facilities super nice, the decor grand, the friendly atmosphere all provided an exceptional experience. It's a wonderful place to stay. I have been there many times over the years and never have I been disappointed. The hunt country location is unique and offers so much to do. I can't wait to return and create more special memories.
5 sur janvier 21, 2007
I stayed in the Fox & Grape. It is the most unique room at the Inn, most quiet, most private. Own private entrance. Men love it because it has a masculine decor with hand-hewn beams and stone walls. Other rooms were spectacular too, like Great Expecations, where I stayed several years ago--a massive suite with a great jacuzzi, fireplace and a warm sitting porch, just perfect for snuggling up with a good book. Great breakfasts, helpful staff. Lot's to do in the area.
5 sur janvier 20, 2007
You've got to visit The Black Horse Inn!! I've been a guest numerous times at the Black Horse Inn and was married in the absolutely fabulous wedding facility, The Gilded Fox, adjacent to the Black Horse Inn a few years ago! I must say that I highly recommend the Inn for anyone as a weekend getaway or wedding venue! In fact, The Inn is featured in the January issue of "I Do" magazine for the Washington DC metro area!! You'll enjoy true graciousness from the remarkable owner, Lynn Pirozzoli, who offers "southern living" style hospitality, making every guest feel welcomed and special. The spectacular accomodations are always first class. I have enjoyed staying in almost every beautifully decorated room( each with a private bath, no less!). Some of my friends also married at The Black Horse Inn and return for anniversary weekends! If you are looking for peaceful, beautiful, pastoral, scenic views of grazing horses or gardens, instead of boring hotel views, then I recommend The Black Horse Inn and encourage anyone looking for a fabulous weekend getway or considering a wedding venue, to choose The Black Horse Inn! You won't be disappointed!
Beautifully appointed English Basement. Quietest and most private room in the house. Original stone walls and hand-hewn beams. Kitchen, fireplace, Jacuzzi tub. Private entrance.
One of the oldest and most masculine of the Inn's rooms. Exposed rock fireplace, four-poster, queen size Chippendale canopy bed. Hunting lodge decor.
Sunny, second floor corner room with breathtaking panoramic views. Queen size four-poster canopy bed fit for a queen! Jacuzzi tub for two.
Stately, corner room honoring Thomas Jefferson. Modeled after bedrooms reminiscent of Monticello. Hand-carved four-poster queen size bed. Claw foot tub.
Romantic suite of four rooms - perfect for special occasions. Private sun porch. Jacuzzi tub for two. Fireplace.
Unique attic architecture features a Pallidian window with the best view in the house. Twin sofa bed. TV/VCR. Bidet.
Striking decor, with rich burgundy tones, this room overlooks the Inn's historic boxwood garden. Hand-carved, mahogany queen size bed with canopy. Claw foot tub
Deep, rich tones, reminiscent of life in Old England. Hand carved Victorian bed and dressing table.
Large corner room, one of the Inn's oldest, with working fireplace and Jacuzzi. Rich, opulent, fox-hunting decor.
A la campagne, Petite ville, Région viticole
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles)
De Washington, DC: The Black Horse Inn se trouve à environ 45 miles au sud-ouest de Washington DC à l'intersection de la Rts. 29 et 643. De Washington DC prendre Rt. 66 ouest jusqu'à la sortie 43A marqué Rt. 29 Sud, Gainesville. Continuer sur l'autoroute. 29 Sud pendant 10,5 miles et tournez à gauche vers Culpeper / Fredericksburg (Ne prenez pas 29 affaires). Prendre la deuxième sortie de la vieille ville Warrenton marqué Warrenton, Route 643 - Route Meetze Tournez à gauche sur l'autoroute. 643. The Black Horse Inn est à 1,6 miles sur le côté gauche de la route, Virginia Power et John Deere juste après. De Richmond / Fredericksburg: Prenez l'autoroute I-95N pour quitter marqué 17 Nord - Warrenton Suivre 17 nord 26 miles à Rt. 29 Nord Suivre Nord 29 8 miles à la 2ème sortie Warrenton marqués Rt. 643, Meetze Road. Prendre à droite sur l'autoroute. 643, The Black Horse Inn est à 1,6 miles sur le côté gauche de la route, Virginia Power et John Deere juste après. De Charlottesville: Suivez 29 Nord jusqu'à la sortie 2 Warrenton marqué Rt. 643, Meetze Road. Prendre à droite sur l'autoroute. 643, The Black Horse Inn est à 1,6 miles sur le côté gauche de la route, Virginia Power et John Deere juste après.
Antiquaires , Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Zone de pic-nic, Rivière, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Barbecue grill, Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Fax, Bibliothèque, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, Téléphone, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Equipé pour les mariages, Internet par câble
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Entrée indépendante, TV, Service de chambre, Magnétoscope, Films, Espace bar, Wi-Fi
Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Pistes de VTT , Équitation à proximité