This recently renovated 1820s inn is on the National Register of Historic Places with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National Park. Enjoy the views from the porch right outside your room, or nestle in front of the in-room fireplace after a day of winter hiking or horseback riding. Shops and restaurants are steps away. A delicious country breakfast, made from local ingredients, helps to fuel your day. The Garden Cottage sits behind the B&B by the river and provides a full kitchen and living room for those who want their own home in the country.
The Oregano Room on the second floor is a cozy room with a fireplace and a full-size bed. It has a private sunny bathroom with a shower made for two and a semi-private porch.
The Sage Room is a spacious second floor room with a fireplace, a private bath and a queen-size bed in the original 1820s-portion of the building. It has a large shower in the private bath and has a semi-private porch.
The Thyme Room has its own private balcony at the back of the house and a queen-size bed. This comfortable sunny room receives lots of morning light, and the private bathroom features a shower with a convenient bench.
The Lavender Room is a large room at the back of the house with a queen-size bed. Curl up in a comfy chair in front of the wood-burning stove. Soak in the roomy claw foot tub in the sunny bathroom, which also has a separate shower. A twin bed can be added to the room for an extra charge. A private breakfast can be served in the suite upon request.
The Rosemary Room is on the first floor at the back of the house. It has a fireplace, queen-size bed, lofty ceilings, and a large bathroom with a tub and shower combined. The private porch is right outside the door. The room is very private and handicap accessible.
The Garden Cottage sits behind the B&B, closer to the river and next to the kitchen garden. It has 2 bedrooms (one with a full-size bed and the other with one full-size and one twin bed), one bathroom with a large, double-headed shower, a full kitchen, a living room and a dining room. The wrap-around porches are great for relaxing. The cottage sleeps five, and pets and children are welcome.
5 on November 26, 2013
We stayed with Kevin and Sherry (the Innkeepers) for one night recently. They were more than accommodating, incredibly pleasant, and excellent cooks (great breakfast in the AM). The Inn itself is located in the heart of Sperryville, a great small town in central Virginia. It is walking distance from almost everything the town has to offer. The rooms were clean, comfortable, and well furnished with a nod to the history of the Inn. Highly recommend a stay here - great value for an excellent and classic B&B.
4.8 on November 26, 2013
The room was comfy with a good view and bed. Breakfast was fresh and imaginative and delicious. Recommendations for dinner and local sites and activities were spot on. The balconies are great for recapping a beautiful touring day. Finally, the host and hostess are generous with time and amenities. Of course, we'll be back. PS. Don't miss out on touring Copper Fox Distillery or Antiques.
5 on November 20, 2013
I was in Sperryville not for fun, but to attend a memorial service for a dear friend. Sherri was especially kind to me, even showing me his obituary in the local paper. I had to leave the next morning well before breakfast was served, but Sherri made me a meal to go. I certainly plan to come again under better circumstances
5 on November 18, 2013
We spent 2 nights at Hopkins Ordinary and enjoyed every minute of the stay. Breakfast on both mornings was a real treat and we look forward to the next visit.
4.6 on November 10, 2013
My fiance and I live in DC and wanted to spend a full day in the Shenandoahs, so we drove out to Sperryville & stayed at Hopkins Ordinary on a Friday night. Sherri & Kevin were so nice to not only happily check us in later than expected, but to also make us dinner reservations across the street. After a good night's sleep, we were treated to a delicious and hardy breakfast (oat waffles I think it was - ideal for the morning before a hike) and great conversation with the folks at our table. Finally, Sherri & Kevin are super knowledgeable about activities in the area, so make sure to pick their brains! We will definitely be back.
Inn at Little Washington, Luray Caverns, Organic farms, Shenandoah National Park, gourmet restaurants, Countryside, Mountains, Ranch, Small town, Village, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 40 miles
Take Route 28 South about 10 miles to I-66 west to the Route 29 South exit at Gainesville (toward Warrenton/Charlottesville). When you reach Warrenton, take Business 29 to Route 211 West. Go 25 miles on Route 211 toward Skyline Drive. About 1/4 mile after Route 211 changes from two lanes to one, turn left onto Sperryville Pike. Turn right at the stop sign, and turn right again into the Hopkins Ordinary parking lot about 50 yards from the corner.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Inn at Little Washington, Horseback Riding, Luray Caverns, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Guest Cottage
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Desk, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Sherri Fickel and Kevin Kraditor
English, German, Italian, Spanish
Some of Kevin and Sherri’s favorite activities include hiking, wine tasting, cooking, gardening and good conversation
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-Free , Vegan
An egg poached with a green onion and parsley oil, topped with shavings of pecorino cheese and served on a bed of fresh arugula, Virginia ham and toasted home-made bread.