Stone Manor Vineyard & Orchard, is a romantic and luxurious Bed and Breakfast. Found on one of the finest biking roads in the country, It’s surrounded by vineyards in Virginia's Wine Country. The Manor boasts richly appointed suites with 10-spray showers, deep Jacuzzi tubs, estate-crafted soaps/spa products and substantial gardens. Guests at Stone Manor dine on the estate’s all-natural produce and eggs. Amenities include a Library and art collection; Music Room; Entertainment Room; Parlor; gazebos; pavilions; patios; home made liquors, wines, jellies and jams; tremendous gourmet breakfasts, elegantly appointed suites, hiking, and wine tours. It is also entrenched in American Civil War history located midway between Gettysburg Battlefield and Bull Run, and only 15 minutes from Harpers Ferry, 25 minutes from Antietam Battlefield.
5 on November 17, 2015
The food was excellent and more than I could eat. Beth and Spencer were delightful hosts. You felt so at home. The home is beautiful and full of charm. We had Spencer drive us to tour the wineries and what a nice day that was. I would definitely visit again.
5 on November 05, 2015
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Stone Manor Bed and Breakfast. Our room was very clean and comfortable, and Spencer and Beth treated us like houseguests. Stone Manor is removed from the rush of Northern VA and felt so quiet and peaceful. Breakfast was simply amazing. Everything tasted delicious! Thank you for a great night away. We will be back!
5 on October 27, 2015
Look no further, this is most-definitely the home-away-from-home that everyone wants when they go to stay at a bed and breakfast. The room (we stayed in their Peacock Suite) and property are absolutely gorgeous. My husband complained that he didn't have enough time to enjoy both the house and do all the things we wanted while we were staying there! The innkeepers, Spencer and Beth, are friendly, helpful, and incredibly kind people. And go hungry--they love to feed their guests. The breakfast they serve is a-mazing, some of the best food I've ever had while staying away from home. This place is completely deserving of the perfect score I gave it. Every detail for the guests' comfort and happiness has been considered. Beth even makes you complimentary soaps for your visit, and you choose from several options as to what scent you want before you go. If that doesn't say "perfect 10 B&B" then I don't know what does!
4.6 on October 05, 2015
I would highly recommend this B&B, very friendly and welcoming!! Elizabeth and Spencer made you feel right at home and I have already recommended the B&B to my family. Thanks for a wonderful stay!!
5 on September 24, 2015
Second stay for us and it doesn't get any better. We were treated like old best friends and there's no way to describe how wonderful staying here is - you just got'ta do it. We stayed in the Manor room and it is no doubt the nicest room we've ever stayed in - bar none. Breakfast was awesome as well. We always seem to hit it off with the other guests and this time was no exception. How can people not be the nicest staying here. Highly recommend.
5 on September 18, 2015
Stone Manor is the perfect place to stay in wine country! The ambiance is romantic and relaxing, the location is prime for wineries and scenery, and the breakfast is TO DIE FOR!!! Spencer & Beth do an amazing job of making you feel at home! You really can't do any better than Stone Manor!
5 on September 12, 2015
Nice facility, very friendly and hospitable. Highly recommend it!
4.2 on September 10, 2015
We thought Stone Manor was mostly a wonderful place to celebrate our 20th anniversary. It is located right in the heart of wine country and there are tons of wineries within 5-10 miles to choose from. Stone Manor is very nicely kept and we enjoyed our room very much. Beth and Spenser, the owners, are generally good people who work hard. The only "small" problems that we had were upon reading prior reviews, we found that they basically give everybody the same speech upon check in and it comes off slightly rehearsed and maybe even a little insincere. We understand that they probably deal with many people but the problem is if other people are writhing in their review what they were told and you hear the same thing upon check in, it doesn't really make you feel all that special. Not that big deal though. Also, we read in prior reviews that we will be told that we will be put into a "Food Coma" with the morning breakfast. Again, we heard this when we sat down for breakfast and the other problem is being put into a "coma" is achieved by OVER eating. The portions were generous (and delicious) but they weren't really enough were you need to loosen your belt upon meal completion.These are very small complaints and we would recommend Stone Manor to anybody who is interested in a little getaway in the future.
It is our honor and pleasure to host our guests. It is our passion to provide a sanctuary and a joyful experience. I am glad that you found our food delicious but so sorry that you also found us "slightly rehearsed" which hampered your ability to feel special. We are only human, and the day of your visit, found us exhausted due to spending the prior evening in an airport all night and then making a six-course breakfast at 6:00 a.m. While we were happy you were with us, it's possible that we were not our normally spontaneous selves. Sometimes, life is less than perfect and even we have imperfect days. Luckily, you were with your wonderful wife who cherishes you and keeps you seeing the positive in life.
4.4 on August 30, 2015
Wonderful stay. Sencer and Beth were great hosts, and the breakfast fantastic.
5 on August 27, 2015
Celebrating my wife's special birthday couldn't have been more perfect than our weekend getaway at Stone Manor. The keepers of the property treated us like royalty and the experience was heaven. Stress free, comforting and relaxing escape from reality sums up the weekend. Not to mention five star cuisine served every morning in an ambiance set for a King and Queen. We look foward to our return and the best homemade scones in the world!
The Turret Suite has curved walls and stained glass windows that look out over the east, southeast, south and southwest. The bathing suite of the Turret rooms have white marble floors, wainscoting, copper and grey veins that bring out the rich colors of the stone walls, and copper hand beaten sinks. The two person shower is equipped with benches and ten adjustable sprays. The raised, two person Jacuzzi is also surrounded in white marble and has a European faucet that memorizes and delivers your personal water temperature preferences.
The Blue Delft Suite is in the original part of the Manor, overlooking the raised organic gardens. It is surrounded by two-foot thick stone walls and large windows. It has a large, custom built cherry closet door with mirrors. The window treatments, queen sized bed and bed curtains are all a combination of the blue delft, blue and white. There are stained glass windows throughout the room. The adjoining bathing suite is equipped with a separate water closet, Jacuzzi tub, and a shower. It also has a private washer and dryer. The original stone walls are exposed and surrounded by American Chestnut.
The East Wing Suite is in the original part of the Manor. It is surrounded by two-foot thick walls and large deep windows that are wainscoted in the original American Chestnut from the estate. This suite is handicapped equipped and has large old fashioned pocket doors that open to the private bath. The bath and the pocket doors are wheelchair accessible. The private bathroom is a spacious 12' by 11' combination tub and shower.
The Manor Suite is about 1200 square feet. It also has a large private balcony overlooking the southern meadow. With its vaulted cathedral ceiling, living room, dining area, private kitchen, and hand carved four-post canopy bed, the Manor Suite is a vision of opulence and luxury. The curved and graceful lines of the Chinese silk encased, low slung couches and the hand-carved armoire, dressing tables and bureaus from a castle in Tuscany envelope you in romance and sumptuousness. The attached 17 x 22 foot private bathing suite is breathtaking. The tiled floors are covered in antique oriental hand-woven carpets and sheepskin rugs in front of the Jacuzzi as well as at the base of the two-person, 10 spray shower (which has benches and beautiful custom tile work). A Duncan Phyfe couch, covered in brocade is provided for lounging and is across the room from the sinks that have been encased in an antique bureau. The water closet has a bidet and toilet.
The Red Garden is in the original part of the Manor House on the lower level of the Turret. The two-foot thick curved Stone Walls of the Turret and the deep set windows provide a nostalgic romance to the room. Both the wooden floors and the paneled ceilings provide warmth and charm. This room has the original thick wooden doors made from chestnut and walnut trees off of our land. The private bath includes the exposed, low wooden ceiling beams and original stone. The private bath has a low-ceiling in the water closet area, a shower, and antique porcelain sink.
The windows of the Peacock Suite face the western slope of the mountains and Stone Manor's first grape vines. The bedroom and bathing suite are appointed with a breathtaking French neoclassical suite of furniture. As well as a spacious built-in closet, there is a 7' long barrel-front mahogany and satinwood armoire with three closet doors. The king sized bed is also part of the neoclassical suite with columns of inlaid satinwood and carved mahogany leaves. Across from the bed is a comfortable and beautifully carved Victorian couch. A small stained glass peacock fountain is attached to the wall and a pair of French doors overlook the dining hall. The bathing suite of the peacock wing includes a sumptuous two person shower with tile benches and ten adjustable water sprays. The Peacock bathing suite also has a raised two person Jacuzzi, dual lavatories within a breathtaking 18th century carved wash stand that is topped with artisan tiles.
The Madison Chamber is a limited-mobility suite designed to accomodate guests with mobility issues. It has direct access from the parking lot, same level access to dining and other amenities. It is only available by telephone reservation to 540-822-3032
Horse Country, Antique Capital, Airport, City, Countryside, Mountains, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 30 miles
From Leesburg 1. Take Route 7 West 2. In approximately 2 miles look for Route 9 Exit on Right side of Road 3. Take Route 9 Ramp. Turn right onto Route 9 (Toward Charles Town) from Ramp. 4. Go approximately 8 miles and make Right onto Mountain Road (after United Methodist Church) 5. Go approximately 4 miles to Stop sign. Turn Left to Stay on Mountain Road 6. Stone Manor on Left about 1/3 mile - Can't miss it. 13193 Mountain Road
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Private entrance, Secretarial services, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Washers/Dryers in some suites, Library & Music Room, Flower Gardens, Gazebos, tented Pavilions, Homemade Liquors, jellies, jams, & treats, Elegent Entertainment Rooms & Parlors, Huge Private Bathing Suites
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Vineyard Tastings & Tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
Elizabeth and Spencer Ault
Sustainable Agriculture, Gourmet Cooking, Gardening, Soap Making & Spa Product R&D, Archaeology, History, Rural Economic Development, Community Development, Music, Art, Dancing
Gourmet, Organic ingredients
Restrictive , Vegetarian , By Request
Fresh produce from the garden (usually potatoes, sweet potatoes, sweet onions, sweet peppers, herbs), sauteed with ham or sausage and mixed with fresh eggs from the hen house and three types of cheese.