Registered as a Virginia historic landmark, the Inn opened in 1820. Stay in a comfortable and serene slice of history. At one corner is a 2300 acre preserve in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Meander among the wild flower gardens, swing under a giant oak or simply sit on the hill and enjoy magnificent panoramic mountain views. Separate from the main building, a two room cottage offers guests that honeymoon-like escape. The cottage was originally the summer kitchen for the Inn and has been restored to a quaint guest house. The Inn is located next to Pippin Hill Vineyard, Loving Cup Organic Vineyard and Albemarle Ciderworks and just 10-15 minutes to UVA and Monticello.
5 on February 25, 2015
Recently I took wife away here for the night. We stayed in the Summer Kitchen, which is separate from the main Inn, and loved it. As you enter on the first floor you can see the history in the bricks and walls, you walk into a comfortable sized room with a couch, chairs and stove. There is also a wet bar in that room. We enjoyed sitting on the couch watching the fire in the stove. Up the stairs is a good-sized bedroom and bathroom. We really enjoyed the character of the place and you could really feel the history in the room, as well as in the main in where breakfast is serviced. The meal was outstanding and innkeepers were really knowledgeable of the inn and all the things that have happened there. You can tell they really do enjoy caring for the Inn and meeting new people. Now there is no TV and it allows the history to really shine, but there is Wi-Fi, so we streamed a movie on our iPad as we went to bed. We are fans of trying a different place everything we go somewhere, but I can say we would have to stay here again.
4.6 on January 20, 2015
We stayed for two nights in the Dabney Carr room and thought this charming, rustic home was the perfect way to get into the historical spirit of the region. It was remote enough to feel like you were "getting out of town," but close enough to Charlottesville to explore the excellent restaurants and bar scene there. The owners were very friendly and had great tips on things to do, wineries to explore, restaurants to try, etc. It's a perfect place for history buffs and anyone looking for a cozy base to go wine tasting. Perfect for a "getaway" weekend.
5 on October 28, 2014
Everything about this Inn was perfect. We stayed in the Americana Suite which had great decor and history to it. The room was just about spotless. The innkeepers provided phenomenal service and breakfast was delicious! This Inn will not disappoint.
4.8 on September 01, 2014
An excellent spot just outside of town. Close to several vineyards and Monticello. Within walking distance of pippin hill vineyards which has a fantastic view. The house is a gem. Breakfast was fantastic. Would highly recommend it
5 on June 22, 2014
We went there with our family from France and rented 5 rooms . it' s an outstanding location for visiting Monticello, charlottesville, in a quiet area. just have a good time to rest. Our guests were very considerate, taking care of everything we could need. My mother had her birthday and our guest Jim offered us a glass of very good wine to celebrate. We highly recommand this Inn . Catherine
3.0 on June 26, 2013
We were in the Tavern Keeper's Suite. It was spacious and comfortable. If the original inn keeper had 16 children, I imagine it was a little crowded. The owners were courteous. They made the extra effort to leave a breakfast treat for us on the day we departed early.
4.0 on May 15, 2013
I'll come back here again when I'm in Charlottesville.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you again!
3.2 on April 21, 2013
Beautiful historical inn
That's exactly what we think. Thank you so much!
5 on April 19, 2013
I have returned home from an excellent stay at the Inn at the Crossroads. The setting is quiet and peaceful; a true getaway. Inside the Inn is very clean, intimate, and decorated in true historical fashion. The coffee was made on time and the breakfast was homemade and they used local fruit. I would highly suggest staying here if your in town. Jim was full of information and historical stories and Janet made you feel right at home. We will be back:)
Thank you for your kind words. We know how some folks depend on that 6 am cup of coffee each day. Glad you felt right at home, that is what we strive for at the Inn.
3.2 on March 27, 2013
Stayed in the Summer Kitchen cottage which is charming but not for people with wonky hips or knees - very steep steps. We walked up behind the Inn to the gazebo and found one of the more beautiful views of a pastoral landscape to be found in Virginia. The good pizza place across the street is a bonus.
Queen bed, private bath, wireless Internet. Named for the builder of the Inn, Thomas Jefferson's Nephew Dabney Carr. This room hosted a meeting between This room hosted a meeting between Thomas Jefferson and Martin Van Buren in 1823. This room has a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair and a piece of his funerary flag, Secretary of State Martin Van Buren's 1823 guest book signature and an 1836 slave deed. To book with children or more than double occupancy see our website for suites and cottages.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $189
Queen bed, private bath, wireless Internet. This room is named for the woman who taught school in the Inn from 1820 until 1836, when the 1785 Anglican Church on the property was converted into a schoolhouse. To book with children or more than double occupancy see our website for suites and cottages.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $189
Queen bed, private bath, mountain views, wireless Internet. Named for the wife of the first Innkeeper. Mary Sutherland had 16 children over 21 years, including two born in the same year, one in January and one in December. To book with children or more than double occupancy see our website for suites and cottages.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $189
Suite with King bed, private bath, 2 person spa shower, wireless Internet. This was the room used by Theodore Roosevelt in 1905, 1906, 1907 and 1908 and by Franklin Roosevelt in 1936. We have had a guest stay with us that was here for FDR's speech on the front porch in 1936 as an 8 year old boy.
Nightly Rate: $169 - $249
1824 Kitchen for the main Inn converted into a very private two story cottage. Queen bed upstairs, queen futon downstairs. The cottage has a working woodstove fireplace, private deck and full spa bath with bench seating. The Summer Kitchen Cottage is our only room that can accept children of any age.
Nightly Rate: $169 - $249
Suite with King bed, private bath, mountain views from living room, shower with bench seat, wireless Internet. This room contains over a dozen artifacts, including a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair and a piece of his funerary flag, George Washington memorabilia, a chair cushion from the Eisenhower White House and many more.
Nightly Rate: $169 - $239
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Charlottesville, VA (CHO-Charlottesville-Albemarle)
From I-64 take Rt 29 south exactly 8.5 miles. Turn right on Rt 692 Inn is second driveway on right. Only ten minutes to UVa's Scott Stadium and fifteen minutes to Monticello.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive, Monticello, 20 vineyards, University of Virginia, Pippen Hill Farm and Vineyard, Albemarle Ciderworks, Loving Cup Organic Vineyard, Picnic area, River, Ski area, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Conference Rooms, Library, Parking, Private entrance, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Billiards, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Jim and Janet Stern
Former Antique Mall owners and historic home restorers, Jim and Janet have turned their attention to this wonderful early 19th century tavern. They have owned and maintained this historic landmark since 2002.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Baked Apple Pancake
Made with apples, peaches or pears from the Inn's orchard when available, this dish is reminiscent of a dish served during the Jeffersonian time period.