The Black Horse Inn, Warrenton, VA is an historic, hunt-country estate located just 45 minutes from Washington, D.C. and 35 minutes from Dulles Airport in the Mid-Atlantic Region. This Northern Virginia bed and breakfast provides lodging for the most discriminating traveler, with bountiful breakfasts and an afternoon tea. Circa 1850, this gracious, plantation-style home served as a hospital during the Civil War. The Black Horse Cavalry frequented this location, near Manassas Battlefield. The Inn has ten rooms, all with their own private baths, many with four-poster canopy beds, Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces. The Inn also accommodates horses in their stables for overnight visits. The event facility, “The Gilded Fox” features a climate – controlled comfort with seating for with seating for up to 200 guests, breath-taking panoramic views of thoroughbreds grazing in pastures, a stone fireplace and a stately flagstone terrace.For weddings, the Inn takes pride in giving brides an elegant, tasteful atmosphere in which to hold a reception, lasting the whole weekend, rather than just a few hours. Allow the Black Horse Inn’s staff to take care of your details. A perfect setting for corporate retreats, the Inn offers a variety of corporate team-building activities to revitalize and refresh. .Allow the Black Horse Inn’s staff to take care of your details. Their professionalism and experience are uncompromised.
4.8 on March 03, 2018
When you need a few nights of romance, this is the best B&B in the NoVa area. If you are passing though, equally, you will love this location. Highly recommend for any purpose,and the staff are so friendly, it's incredible. Debbie is a rock star!
Thank you for your thoughtful and thorough review. We are honored to read your comments on our service, food, accommodations and our rock star Debby! Your feedback serves as a reminder to all of us, how important our passion is and how crucial hospitality is, to everyday life. Join us again soon!
- Lynn Pirozzoli (CEO & Owner)
5 on January 06, 2018
My husband and I have stayed in this very beautiful B&B 2 times—both times we’ve been unable to take full advantage of it’s cozy atmosphere. We prefer B&B’s to hotels, when possible. In this case we were visiting our daughter’s family nearby, therefore unable to spend good quality time onsite. Maybe someday we’ll return without notification to our family that we’re “in town”¿¿
4.8 on December 20, 2017
My wife and I spent a Saturday night here in December. Fantastic view from the outside and warm and inviting inside! The service was the best we’ve received anywhere in east coast B&B’s! Already dreaming of our next stay!
Thank you so much for the wonderful review! We strive to make everyone's stay a perfect one. Please come back again, soon.
- Debby (innkeeper)
5 on November 26, 2017
Very easy to find, quaint grounds. We strolled the grounds, met the horses (...as well as the "yard cat"). We stayed in the Jefferson Suite, it was incredibly nice... great evening sherry, and we slept like "babies". Breakfast the next morning was also very nice -- two other couples, about our age, and very delicious food! The best B&B that we have visited in years!!
Thank you for the lovely response. We love to hear from our guests! Please come back soon!
- Debby (innkeeper)
5 on November 14, 2017
We stayed at the Black Horse Inn for one night in early November... peak of the foliage season, and a beautiful locale!! It was one of the nicest B&B experiences we've ever had -- and we've stayed at numerous B&B's over the years!! Quaint room, gracious hosts, nice full breakfast... we walked around grounds and loved it!! Even the curious cat...
5 on October 06, 2017
This was our first stay but hope it will not be the last. Everything about our stay was wonderful from the warm welcome to relaxing with a glass of wine and snacks on the sun porch to the comfortable bed and room for a wonderful night's sleep.
Thank you for the wonderful complements. We strive to make everyone's stay a relaxing a perfect one. Please come again.
- Debby (Manager)
4.2 on July 02, 2017
Hi, My Fiancee and I stayed at the Black Horse Inn for one night as that was all That was available at time i booked. The email replies and welcome was everything we could have hoped for. We stayed in Jeffersonian Room and enjoyed it very much, AC was very cool! Beautiful property, quiet, extremely friendly employees, owner and cat!! Would stay again!
4.6 on June 24, 2017
Booked this inn sight unseen because of proximity to Arlington, VA.Outstanding location with beautiful views out every window. Loved visiting with the horses and the barn cat, Luray. Will definitely return.
5 on June 14, 2017
The proprietor was extremely welcoming and informative about the inn and its history.
4.2 on May 11, 2017
Very nice guiet country getaway....
Beautifully appointed English Basement. Quietest and most private room in the house. Original stone walls and hand-hewn beams. Kitchen, fireplace, Jacuzzi tub. Private entrance.
One of the oldest and most masculine of the Inn's rooms. Exposed rock fireplace, four-poster, queen size Chippendale canopy bed. Hunting lodge decor.
Sunny, second floor corner room with breathtaking panoramic views. Queen size four-poster canopy bed fit for a queen! Jacuzzi tub for two.
Stately, corner room honoring Thomas Jefferson. Modeled after bedrooms reminiscent of Monticello. Hand-carved four-poster queen size bed. Claw foot tub.
Romantic suite of four rooms - perfect for special occasions. Private sun porch. Jacuzzi tub for two. Fireplace.
Unique attic architecture features a Pallidian window with the best view in the house. Twin sofa bed. TV/VCR. Bidet.
Striking decor, with rich burgundy tones, this room overlooks the Inn's historic boxwood garden. Hand-carved, mahogany queen size bed with canopy. Claw foot tub
Deep, rich tones, reminiscent of life in Old England. Hand carved Victorian bed and dressing table.
Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles)
From Washington, DC: The Black Horse Inn lies about 45 miles southwest of Washington D.C. at the intersection of Rts. 29 and 643. From Washington D.C. take Rt. 66 west to Exit 43A marked Rt. 29 South, Gainesville. Continue on Rt. 29 South for 10.5 miles and bear left toward Culpeper/Fredericksburg (Do not take 29 Business). Take the second exit to Old Town Warrenton marked Warrenton, Route 643 - Meetze Road Turn left on Rt. 643. The Black Horse Inn is located 1.6 miles on the left hand side of the road, just past Virginia Power and John Deere. From Richmond/Fredericksburg: Take I-95N to exit marked 17 North - Warrenton Follow 17 north 26 miles to Rt. 29 North Follow 29 North 8 miles to the 2nd Warrenton exit marked Rt. 643, Meetze Road. Take right on Rt. 643, The Black Horse Inn is located 1.6 miles on the left hand side of the road, just past Virginia Power and John Deere. From Charlottesville: Follow 29 North to the 2nd Warrenton exit marked Rt. 643, Meetze Road. Take right on Rt. 643, The Black Horse Inn is located 1.6 miles on the left hand side of the road, just past Virginia Power and John Deere.
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wired internet
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Horseback riding nearby
Bed & Breakfast, Afternoon Wine and Cheese, Wifi, cookies, night cap all in the splendor of horse country. Voted # 1 Bed and Breakfast in the US. Arrington Bed & Breakfast Journal Please contact the inn directly at (540) 349-4020 to redeem this deal.