If you like environmental-friendly, green lodging, you'll love our B&B, which is powered by photovoltaic solar panels and electric car chargers yet maintains our 200-year tradition of Southern hospitality. Oak Grove Plantation offers bedrooms with fireplaces, comfortable period furniture and family pieces. The elegant parlor and cheerful sunporch provide common space for music and reading. In the Victorian dining room you will be served a full country breakfast in the tradition of Southern hospitality. The plantation has 400 acres available to you for hiking and biking on farm roads and paths. Dogs welcome.
4.4 on June 29, 2016
Our stay was just one night. The room was nice, bed comfortable but the best part was the breakfast. We had plenty of food, all freshly cooked with even fresh out of the oven berry coffee cake. We didn't utilize any of the grounds because it was a quick stay.
4.8 on August 20, 2015
My family (my husband and I, my brother and his girlfriend, and my parents) stayed in this B&B while in town for a family wedding in May. The hosts were very accommodating of our boisterous group, and we enjoyed the dogs and the tour of the estate. Breakfast was great, rooms were clean, and we were so much happier staying here than at a chain hotel in South Boston! Beautiful house and grounds, great breakfast.
3.8 on July 11, 2013
Enjoyable stay; friendly & helpful host; interesting family & home history. Nice place to stay in a pastoral setting.
4.8 on May 29, 2013
I apologize if this review appears twice. Submission error occurred the first time I wrote this. My wife and I had a wonderful time at Oak Grove Plantation. It looked very interesting online and offered dog-friendly accommodations so that we could take our Standard Poodle with us on this getaway. When we learned that the owner, Pickett Craddock, had two Standard Poodles, that sealed the deal for us. Virtually everything about our visit lived up to our expectations. The house was well-appointed and interesting from an architectural and historical perspective. Our room, the Library, was generous and well-appointed. I loved the built in bookshelves, and the separate entrance made it easy to deal with the dog when necessary. Pickett made delicious and healty breakfasts with lots of fresh ingredients, and the converation around the breakfast table was consistently enjoyable. The grounds were lovely, and we had an opportunity to hike some of the trails which wind their way through the property. The trails were wide and well-maintained -- no machetes needed! South Boston and Halifax were pleasant surprises for such small towns. There were a number of interesting places to visit (don't miss the Prizery in South Boston or the sculpture gardens). There were also several outstanding restaurants which would hold their own in any major metro. Finally, the dogs. Pickett's dogs, Bonnie and Niko, are total sweethearts -- friendly, playful and well-behaved. Our dog Jefferson had a blast romping with them in the yard. I think Bonnie and Niko had fun also. If you like dogs at all, those two will get away with you. One very minor quibble was that the mattress on the bed sagged in the middle, so that I felt like I was sleeping uphill. Not terrible, but not as comfortable as I would have preferred. Still, that is a minor flaw in what was an otherwise outstanding experience. We will definitely come back another time.
4.8 on October 15, 2012
My mother and I enjoyed our stay very much - it helped to have a vivid imagination!
4.2 on September 10, 2012
We had a stressful time at home and wanted to get away to a peaceful place to recharge. Oak Grove fit the bill. Nice rooms in a 100+ year old house decorated with ancient photos of the relatives. Great breakfast with the owners and other guests which took forever because we found so much to talk about. Sitting on the front porch, drinking wine and reading our mystery paperbacks. Priceless.
4.4 on June 20, 2012
We went for a weekend stay in Virginia and stayed at the Oak Grove Plantation B&B. This B&B is wonderful and we enjoyed the peace and quietness. Our hostess explained about the history of the plantation. Thank you for a wonderful weekend
4.6 on June 14, 2012
For those who appreciate history and a touch of luxury, Oak Grove is a wonderful place to stay in this area. My room was spacious, well appointed, and the bed could not have been more comfortable. Pickett is a lovely and welcoming host and makes delicious breakfasts! I only wish I had had more time to roam the beautiful grounds, but I will make sure I do next time.
5 on October 24, 2011
My best friend and I stayed at Oak Grove the last weekend in September and it was great and the Innkeeper was a fine hostest. The food was good and the companionship was even better. Would recommend this for anyone who would want to get away from the day to day activities and relax.
4.0 on June 28, 2011
It was more than we expected.Hostess was gracious and very helpful.Rooms were clean.Breakfast delicious!Loved the soft bathrobe provided.Hope to go back!!1
The entire top floor of the inn is in this family suite with views of the rolling countryside. There is a fireplace in each room with a double canopied bed in the blue room and king bed in the Thomas Day room. The bath has a shower and a soaking tub as well as a balcony overlooking the forest and fields. Rates are at double occupancy.
Nightly Rate: $150 - $195
Nightly Rate: $150 - $195
Book-lined shelves and an antique oak desk and lamp distinguish this first floor room. It has a view of oaks, flowers and greenery, and a door leading outside. There is a comfortable seating area and a queen bed with a handicapped accessible bath. This is my dog-friendly room.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $146
Nightly Rate: $110 - $146
400 acre wildlife preserve, Countryside, Lakefront, Rural, Wine country
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL 80 miles
From Richmond, 100 miles southwest on U.S. 360 to South Boston, where it turns into U.S. 58. From South Boston, go 5 miles south on 501, turn right on 658, go 1 mile, B&B on the left. From Va/NC border, go 5 miles north on 501, turn left on 704 for 1/2 mile. At stop sign turn left on 658 and Oak Grove is 1/2 mile on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Virginia International Raceway,Appomattox 90 min, Staunton River civil war battle 30 min, Patrick Henry home 60 min., Research Triangle 60 minutes, Danville, last Confederacy capital 30 min., Buggs Island/Kerr Lake 30 min, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Sports venue, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Bike rental, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Conference Rooms, Electric vehicle charging, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Radio, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , bikes, swing, Sandbox, climbing tree
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Wi-Fi, Wired internet, iPhone docking station
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Reiki, local historical tours, wildflower walks, dog walks, Sight-seeing