A charming country manor house built in the mid-1800's, the Inn at Monticello sits nestled in the valley at the base of Thomas Jefferson's own Monticello Mountain. The Inn is situated on five beautifully landscaped acres, close to Charlottesville's historic downtown, but retains the feeling of the peaceful countryside. Guests can rest on the shaded front porch and watch the birds and deer frolic on the manicured lawn, or stroll along the brook that passes through the property. Many guests gather in the afternoon for a glass of Virginia wine before heading out to dine at one of many fine Charlottesville area restaurants.
4.2 on July 02, 2014
We had a great discussion with our wonderful breakfast. Then had some quite time on are patio, reading a book and watching the humming birds. Very convenient location.
4.8 on June 18, 2014
After a delightful day at Monticello, it was wonderful to drive a short distance and encounter like-minded travelers in a clean, relaxed atmosphere. The host met us at the door, gave us a brief history, showed us to our room then asked if we would like a glass of wine. Wine in hand, he expertly directed us to several restaurants nearby and said the door would be open until the last traveler returned. It was exactly the experience we had hoped for. Breakfast was tasty but not overdone. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this B&B to others!!
5 on May 07, 2014
This is an outstanding b&b that we would gladly recommend. Great, convenient location. Wonderful city and quick access to excellent restaurants, the university and the mountains. The hosts are outstanding.
4.4 on March 30, 2014
Very nice cozy place very near Monticello.
5 on March 05, 2014
The Inn at Monticello Is a wonderful place to stay. It is clean, comfortable, cozy, charming, friendly and conveniently located. The breakfast is fantastic and there are homemade biscuits in the evening :)
4.0 on January 12, 2014
Everything you're looking for in a B&B, in a great location, and with great hosts.
5 on October 24, 2013
My husband and I had a few days between a business conference in Philadelphia and a family wedding in Washington DC so we decided to make a road trip to see five major gardens in a short amount of time. This meant we were in Charlottesville much too short a time to fully enjoy all the Inn at Monticello has to offer -- but what we found there has us convinced to return. Hosts Carolyn and Bob are outstanding! The welcome extended, information provided, sumptuous breakfast served were all beyond expectations. The historic home is well cared for and comfortable. Our first floor room -- the Jefferson -- was an added bonus for my aging husband. The Inn is very close to Monticello making our visit there truly easy. On the way, we passed an apple orchard Carolyn mentioned over breakfast. Our hosts make a great effort to use locally grown produce and the apple muffins were made from the produce of this orchard. Bob and Carolyn truly love their community. They were able to provide information on a garden we'd just learned about, but were unable to visit given our time constraints. Thus the decision to return some day and spend more time. This is a big deal for my husband who usually prefers hotels to B&Bs.
5 on October 23, 2013
When my daughter and I decided to visit Monticello, I picked the Inn for our sleeping arrangements and she went online to find restaurants in the area that had good reviews. We had all our meals except breakfast at restaurants she picked. Driving back home she said, "You know the best food we had was breakfast at the Inn. It was fantastic!" So, in addition to being convenient to Monticello and the historic section of Charlottesville, the Inn at Monticello won "best restaurant" also.
4.6 on October 23, 2013
One of the best B&B's that we have stayed in. Well appointed, friendly staff, great location, and good food. Would stay here again and will definately recommend it to anyone looking for a place to stay.
5 on October 14, 2013
The room was large and comfy, the breakfast was delicious. The location was peaceful but conveniently located. Our hostess, Jen was “just lovely”. Thank you for making our trip so enjoyable.
Charlottesville, VA (CHO-Charlottesville-Albemarle) 15 miles
Rt. 29 South/250 bypass to I 64, I64 EAST to exit 121A south, exit ramp will place you on Rt. 20. Proceed 3/4 mile, inn on the right. Look for the American flag and sign.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Fireplace, Internet Service, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Hairdryer, Radio
Bird watching, Hiking trails
Carolyn Patterson and Bob Goss
1 Cat , 1 Dog