The Grand Portico of Historic Rosemont Manor in Berryville, Virginia. Celebrating 200 years (1811-2011)
Guest entrance at Historic Rosemont Manor
View from the Portico at Historic Rosemont Manor
The Breakfast Room
The Carriage House at Historic Rosemont Manor--perfect for receptions and special events.
The Gazebo on the west lawn.
The Fountain on the south lawn of Historic Rosemont Manor.
One of the many azaleas in bloom at Rosemont.
Welcome to Historic Rosemont Manor!
The luxurious Roosevelt Suite on the Main Floor, decorated in rich burgundy jewel tones and warm woods.
Many of Rosemont's baths, including this one in the Roosevelt Suite, feature original fixtures from the early 20th century like claw foot tubs and marble sinks.
Enjoy a peaceful retreat in the Eisenhower Suite.
The Kennedy Suite features a sitting area with twin wing back chairs in which to enjoy a good book or savor the view!
The Byrd's Study is the only room that features a private balcony overlooking the Grand Portico with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Nixon Suite was the master suite for Senator and Mrs. Harry F. Byrd, Sr.
The Johnson Guest Room's garden theme is highlighted by hand-painted floral murals.
The light-filled Lindbergh Guest Room in the Wing addition.
The Churchill Suite is the prime accommodation in the Wing, secluded and offering a 180-degree view of the grounds.
Enjoy the cozy feel of the Norris Guest Room, named for the builder of Rosemont in 1811.
The Einstein Guest Room features a double-headed two-person shower.
The Harriman Guest Room, named for the builder of the 1910 Wing addition to Rosemont.
A respite for many US Presidents and celebrities, a private get-a-way for the Washington DC elite, comparable to Mount Vernon and Monticello in many aspects, only a 40-minute drive from the Washington-Dulles Airport in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Now after 200 years, Historic Rosemont Manor is opened to the public for overnight lodging, breakfast, and catered events. An elegant B&B property on a 60-acre park-like setting, Rosemont is the previous estate of the late Virginia Governor and US Senator Harry F. Byrd, Sr. The historic manor house boasts twelve well-appointed suites and guestrooms with private baths, and magnificent views. Experience true Southern hospitality in the same elegant surroundings as did Presidents Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon.