Listed on the National Historic Register The Boxley Place Inn is noted for it's antebellum style porches and views of the historic town of Louisa. Walk to restaurants, galleries, shops,and the famous Louisa Court House and museum. A short drive to James Madison's Montpelier and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, you'll love the lovely country roads and the peaceful neighborhood walks. We host reunions, receptions and retreats on this 3 acre estate for groups of 24 for seated meals and up to 130 people for outdoor events. Four generations of Boxleys have enjoyed the fabulous architecture and design of this private home now open to the public. Come join us for a relaxing weekend of country living within walking distance to history and entertainment.
5 on August 23, 2012
My sister and I were in town for a family event. I had researched the area looking for a place to stay and discovered The Boxley Inn. The home has been beautifully renovated and I enjoyed viewing the before and after pictures. The family pictures displayed throughout the home are wonderful. I felt like an honored guest visiting a lovely old home.
4.0 on February 13, 2012
We where there on the last "aftershock" wow that was scary. the employee I believe kim was very loud, proclaiming her love for God and as long as we where alright in his eyes we would be alright. Well it only lasted 5 seconds. But her mouth went for hrs. I heard she normally only works days so Boxley was wonderful but guilt by association. I was tired of hearing about her surgery, her Father -in-law His many tennant and how some are not nice to him. WHO CARES? Boxley gets a 10 in presents but woah and slow down we are there for a vaca. not drama feast 2012....
4.4 on March 31, 2010
You can walk to town and enjoy a numberof shops and eateries, but sittingon the porch and relaxing under the HUGE trees is so wonderful! History and luxury......nice!
Countryside, Small town
Richmond, VA (RIC) 60 miles
from Richmond airport take Interstate 64 WEST towards Charlottesville. Take the Louisa exit Route 208 towards Louisa. Route terminates( 8 miles) at Main Street in Louisa. Head west (left) about 1/2 mile across the railroad tracks. The Inn is the first building on the right at 103 Ellisville Drive.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Montpelier Home of James Madison, Monticello Home of Thomas Jefferson, Trevillians Station Civil War Battlefeild, Oakland Cemetary Confederate Graveyard, Louisa Performing Art Center, Historic Louisa County Court House and Jail, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Breese Glennon and Kim Bickley