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. 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; tented pavilions; patios; home made liquors, wines, jellies and jams; tremendous gourmet breakfasts, elegantly appointed suites, hiking, wine tours, and cuddly chickens. Pursuing the Dream of Sustainable Living
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 barrier-free suite which provides wheelchair accessibility or accomodates individuals with mobility issues. It has direct access from the parking lot, same level access to dining and other amenities.
4.2 on October 30, 2013
Enjoyed having owners who are accessible and welcoming. Most rooms are very nice. Ours was the least expensive, on the smaller side, and next to the kitchen. The owner was preparing the breakfast early, but was very quiet. Breakfast at 8:30 was perfect for us, but if you like to sleep in this might not be the best place for you. The food was very good and made with fresh ingredients. Loved the thick bacon, white chip pancakes, and fresh juice.
5 on July 09, 2013
My wife and I stayed in the Manor Suite on the first night of our honeymoon. It was PERFECT. The room had the perfect blend of Luxury and antique country elegance. The Steam shower room was amazing; we both loved our private balcony that overlooked the front lawn, and the hot tub, couches, and kitchen all made for a perfect stay... we didn't even need to leave the room. When we did venture into the rest of the house, we were always discovering something new around every corner. The property is meticulously maintained and it is obvious that no corners were cut when the owners were creating stone manor. The service was over the top, Grant (the caretaker & cook) was available at all hours to make us our favorite meals. He even whipped up some chocolate ganache and strawberries on the fly for us. We will absolutely be coming back, this is a wonderful, best kept secret just outside of the DC area!!
5 on December 19, 2012
My husband and I have been four-time guests at Stone Manor and have enjoyed each of our stays immensely. Beth and Spencer are incredibly gracious, warm, friendly and down to earth. They are ever accommodating, which I find especially helpful, as I have a slew of food allergies. The breakfasts are simply superb, different every time and including at least 4 courses. The manor is eclectic yet traditional, full of interesting historical and architectural features. The rooms are cozy yet fully equipped and comfortable. We especially like the relatively recent new addition of flat screen TVs in every room! The B&B's grounds are terribly big but still enough room to walk around a bit. The manor is a a few miles off one of the main roads through the heart of Loudoun County, and a good 20-30 min from Leesburg, so this is a better stay for those who want to be more away from it all. Highly recommend!
5 on November 26, 2012
We love this place! We have been several times and plan on coming again soon.
4.4 on August 23, 2012
Had a great time! Highly Recommended
4.0 on December 04, 2011
My fiance and I, along with our puppy, stayed at Stone Manor in late September. We have been to many B & Bs throughout our travels over the years and this one was by far the best we've ever been to! We stayed in the East Wing suite, which was competitively priced with neighboring hotels, and all I can say is that if you're debating a place to stay based on price then this should be a no brainer. The value and experience are both tremendous. After we arrived my fiance asked me to remind him of the cost per night, because he was shocked that the room wasn't more expensive (it was all so luxurious). Our weekend was planned solely around attending our friend's wedding that Saturday, but the 3 days overall turned into a wonderful vacation that we hope to do again the next time we have an opportunity! Beth and Spencer are the most hospitable hosts we've ever met, in addition to being such sincerely caring and extremely nice people, and great cooks! They think of all your needs before you even do. My fiance and I traveled from CT and got stuck on the road the Friday night we went down and we wound up not getting in until 1am... We would have been completely fine with just letting ourselves into the room quietly and getting settled, but Beth still greeted us warmly at the door and helped us. To top that off, Beth came through in a pinch for us when we needed help preparing a card and wrapping a gift for our friends wedding just in time for us to leave without showing up late! The breakfasts are to die for. I could go on and on. They are so filling you won't need to eat anything until dinner. The cooking is so creative and there's variety each day (my favorite was the white chocolate chip pancakes) I would go on and on but BB.com is telling me my review is too long so I'll hve to cut this short- just visiting Stone Manor is more than enough reason to visit the Lovettsville area!
4.6 on July 21, 2011
Breakfast was amazing! Both Beth and Spencer are great cooks! The house and grounds were very beautiful. I would definitely recommend this B&B. My only complaint (keep in mind I am from NYC)- they didn't lock the doors to the house and our room (YES OUR ROOM) didn't lock from the inside or the outside!!!! This was just crazy to me! We told Spencer about our concern before we left and he seemed like he was going to address the issue. Overall, we had a great experience.
I was glad to hear that our guests had a wonderful time. Beth and I do love to cook and want to please our guests. We were surprised about the comment asserting the absence of locks on doors. All of our guests' rooms lock from the inside of the room. Beth and I also lock the Bed & Breakfast after the last of our guests arrive for the evening. I do recall a couple having a problem with a lock up in the Blue Delft, but it was working fine when we went to check it out. We do leave the B&B unlocked during the day because I, Beth or one of our B&B guests services staff is almost always present, with our office just inside the front door. Despite the fact that Stone Manor is located in a very safe area, and we have never had a reason to have a concern about improper intrusion or theft, we never want one of our guests to have to be fearful. We understand that our guests come from destinations from all over the world, and if we can alleviate a fear with more hardware, we have no problem making changes.
5 on February 04, 2011
Thank you for making our 20th anniversary a very special one!! We really appreciated your great communication before our trip, including inquiring about our skin types and scent preferences for handmade soaps, as well as asking if we had any food allergies or dislikes. The warm welcome and personalized tour on our arrival (very late, in freezing rain!) was great, and after a long drive, a glass of wine and cheese snack while hearing about some of the area's to-dos was perfect. The room we decided on was fantastic: peaceful, quiet, very comfortable, and perfect for us and our elderly dog, who goes with us everywhere. Each morning, we were awakened by the aroma of a gourmet breakfast wafting through the air, which tasted even better than we imagined! Spencer and Beth (the owners and hosts) made us feel like welcome, new friends the moment we arrived, and the Manor they've created, with all if it's incredible stained glass, interesting history, hand-carved woodwork, pristine attention to detail, and beautiful antiques, is truly a rare gem. Additionally, Beth and Spencer were insightfully helpful with suggestions for area wineries, other things to see & do, and made wonderful recommendations for restaurants. Who would have guessed the area would turn out to be a foodie's Mecca? It was! The Manor is absolutely beautiful, and the owners radiate a very special type of kindness and warmth; just ask the outdoor pet roosters who wander by the rear of the property hoping to get some of the leftover morning breakfast Beth hand feeds them. Thank you both very much for a uniquely memorable anniversary weekend, and we look forward to returning sometime!
4.8 on September 01, 2010
The home and location and furnishings are beautiful. The food was "to die for", with each meal surpassing the one before. Beth and Spencer went above and beyond to make our stay an experience in pampering and indulgence, and to make us feel welcome and special.
5 on December 29, 2009
My husband and I (we are in our late 20's) stayed at Stone Manor last night for a post-Christmas brief get-away. I expected a lot (mainly from looking at the website) but we were both blown away! The service was incredible. Both Spencer and Beth were wonderful hosts and made sure everything we could possibly need was taken care of. They served us a magnificent breakfast that we would have paid $30 a person for at a restauarant. If you aren't a huge breakfast eater, don't let the six-course meal scare you. They lay out single-serving sizes of everything and allow you to pace yourself. The breakfast was very creative and is changed day-to-day based on guest food preferences (allergies/likes/dislikes). They had wonderful info for us regarding things to do in the area and places to go for dinner. The rooms were beautifully decorated, very clean, and quiet! (We stayed in the Turret Suite). The jacuzzi, shower, and soaps were luxurious! We will definitely be back again and are recommending this B & B to friends and family!
Horse Country, Antique Capital, Airport, City, Countryside, Mountains, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 30 miles
From Dulles International Airport 1. Follow signs out of airport to Dulles Airport Access ROad. 2. Merge onto VA-267 West/Dulles Greenway toward Leesburg (Toll Road ends in approx 12 miles) 3. Take the Left Fork when the Greenway ends onto VA-7 West. 4. In approximately 4 miles look for Route 9 Exit on Right side 5. Take Route 9 Ramp. Turn right onto Route 9 (Toward Charles Town) from Ramp. 6. Go approximately 8 miles and make Right onto Mountain Road (after United Methodist Church) 7. Go approximately 4 miles to Stop sign. Turn Left to Stay on Mountain Road 8. 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, Bed and Breakfast, Private Home 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, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
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
1 Dog , Free Range Chickens Others
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.