Experience hospitality with a warmth that comes from the heart at the Belle Hearth Bed and Breakfast, named for it's seven "belle" (beautiful) fireplaces. Built with the finest craftsmanship in 1909, the Belle Hearth offers traditional elegance with its gabled roof, wraparound porch, and heart-pine floors. You will be welcomed in the large entry parlor with ten-foot ceilings, an elegant fireplace, and an inviting stairway. Relax in the warmth and beauty of the living and dining rooms with their unique fireplaces, Victorian furnishings, and artifacts from abroad. All guestrooms are spacious, have private baths, and cable television. The Belle Hearth is fully air-conditioned, and offers a backyard pool, climate permitting. Complimentary bevarges and a microwave w/ popcorn and hot chocolate are available on the main guest room hall. Awaken each morning to a breakfast that will satisfy the most discriminating and heartiest of appetites. Enjoy gracious comfort in a homelike atmosphere.
5 on October 14, 2016
Wayne and Linda were very hospitable and it was a lovely stay. We were there for three nights.
5 on September 16, 2016
This is a wonderful start to a visit of local vineyards, trip on Skyline Drive or Blue Ridge Parkway or a visit to the home gallery of P. Buckley Moss. The hosts, Linda and Wayne, were very welcoming and accommodating. The rooms were set in period furnishings and the queen sized bed was very comfortable. Breakfast was a gourmet delight and the company of other guests from the Netherlands very interesting. We will definitely return.
5 on August 22, 2016
We booked a spur of the moment trip and stayed one night at Belle Hearth. Every room was immaculate and beautifully decorated with exquisite antiques. Breakfast was served on fine china and was delicious. We enjoyed sitting on their front porch in the evening. They provided little extras we were not expecting (ex: cookies in the evening, chocolates in our room). We were intrigued by the history of the house. Linda and Wayne made our visit very enjoyable. They have set the bar high for any future get-away. We would definitely stay there again if we visited the area.
5 on July 02, 2016
Stayed at the Belle Hearth for a quiet weekend. Linda and Wayne were gracious host and went out of their way to make our every need their pleasure. Rooms are elegantly decorated and spotless. Breakfast was a gourmet delight along with great conversation among the guest. Wayne joined the discussions adding some local flare as well as suggestions of places to visit and various hikes within close drive of the inn. We will definitely return.
4.4 on June 21, 2016
We stayed at Belle and Hearth for an overnight to explore for the first time the Shenandoah Valley area after a business trip to Fairfax, VA. We loved our room with its very comfortable bedding, private bathroom, and tasteful decor. Our hosts, Linda and Wayne, were friendly and both sat with us to chat for more than 30 minutes given their own busy daily routines and appointments. They shared with us about their family stories, how they started the bed and breakfast business, and the upkeep they have done to their beautiful home. We also appreciated their patient listening to our sharing of our travel experiences. The delicious breakfast was served to us in the dining room starting with a fresh fruit cup and followed by quiche, bacon, muffins, coffee, and orange juice. There were also bottles of water, cans of coke, and other beverages in the refrigerator upstairs next to our room. We enjoyed their gorgeous garden and took some time to relax on the porch. The location of Belle and Hearth is also perfect for our visit to the nearby University of Virginia and the historic town of Charlottesville. We were glad to have stayed at Belle and Hearth and would look forward to going back if there is an opportunity.
5 on May 20, 2016
My wife and I are thru hiking the AT and really needed a day of rest. We were thrilled to find the Belle Hearth. Linda and Wayne were so friendly and helpful. Wayne picked us up at the trail and gave us a ride to a local outfitter. Linda helped us with a much needed laundry cleaning. The room was very comfortable and clean and also had a gas fireplace. Groceries and great dining were within easy walking distance. Breakfast was amazing and we really enjoyed Wayne visiting with us afterwards. We left feeling more like friends than guests. We would definitely stay there again and highly recommend this B&B.
5 on March 20, 2016
Linda and Wayne are so welcoming! The house is beautiful! The breakfasts were so good and the presentation was lovely! The room we stayed in had a fireplace and a big comfy bed. We will definitely be back!
5 on March 07, 2016
This place was fantastic and the hosts are very warm and professional. Has a great old fashioned look and feel inside and out. And, since it is in Waynesboro rather than Charlottesville, you are in striking distance of the region's attractions without the crowds of Charlottesville. The breakfasts were really nice twists on traditional breakfast fare--quiche, croissants, sausage, and fruit with nice touches and attractive presentation. Really felt like we took a step back in time but had all the modern comforts. I have already recommended this B&B to coworkers and plan on having my parents stay here when they visit the region.
4.2 on February 22, 2016
I decided at the last minute to take a trip for my birthday this past weekend. My boyfriend and I stayed here because of the great reviews. Linda and Wayne were very helpful on providing ideas of what to do. They even called and made dinner reservations for us the night we arrived, as we were running a little late due to traffic. Overall, the room was clean and comfortable (with our own fireplace!) and the breakfast was yummy! We had a great weekend getaway.
5 on January 10, 2016
My son and I stayed in the Iris Room while he was taking a class at the blacksmithing school which is right around the corner from the B&B. Breakfast was outstanding both mornings. It has a real comfy feel that you can't even get at home. Nicely decorated with lots of things to look at, books to read, and candy jars to take samples from. The bed was not the most comfortable to me, but the surroundings made up for that. Thank you Wayne and Linda.
The Magnolia Suite has a bedroom, bathroom (with separate tub and shower) and a sitting room. The Main room has a late 19th century queen size walnut bed, which is an excellent example of Victorian Renaissance Revival design. The Sitting room has a full-size iron bed, 32″ flat screen television with cable and DVD player and wicker furniture. Wake up to the sun rising up over the distant mountains or enjoy the fall colors from this bright and airy room. Spoil yourself in a plush terry robe after a relaxing bubble bath in an antique tub
Nightly Rate: $140 - $160
Nightly Rate: $140 - $160
The Orchid Room takes you into the Victorian days as it surrounds you with antiques such as a marble top dresser, fainting couch and a full size bathroom with an original claw foot tub with shower. Dream about those tranquil days on a four-poster cherry wood king bed appointed with luxurious linens. Stay cozy next to the inlay marble fireplace in a plush terrycloth robe. Relax under our new ceiling fan with a hot or cold beverage while watching the new 32″ flat screen TV with cable and DVD player.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $150
Nightly Rate: $130 - $150
The Rose Room shows off its floral decor, which surrounds a solid cherry four-poster queen bed. The white mantle fireplace, which abounds with antique knick-knacks will keep its guests toasty. The private bathroom with shower is complemented by an antique washstand with a functional sink in an oyster shell bowl. Pamper yourself in a cozy robe after a busy day of sightseeing. In the mood to watch a movie, a new 32″ flat screen TV with cable and DVD is a flick of the remote away. You can cool off with our new ceiling fan. This sunny room is a favorite of all who visit and it will be yours!
Nightly Rate: $120 - $140
Nightly Rate: $120 - $140
The Iris Room has a four-poster queen-sized bed and is intimately decorated with family heirlooms that complement the graceful fireplace. After a busy day, relax in a cozy robe after a warm shower in your private bathroom or cool down with our new ceiling fan. Then enjoy popcorn and watch a flat screen TV with cable .
Nightly Rate: $120 - $130
Nightly Rate: $120 - $130
Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Mountains, Rural, Small town, Wine country
Charlottesville, VA (CHO-Charlottesville-Albemarle) 32 miles
From I-64W, exit 99, follow Hwy 250W (becomes Main St. in Waynesboro), turn left on Wayne Ave., go two blocks to large pink house on left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia Artisans Center, VA Metalcrafters, P. Buckley Moss Museum, Skyline Drive, Monticello, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fridge, Ironing Board, Microwave, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Pool, Videos , In ground pool, Fire pit, Hammock
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, iPhone docking station
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, antiquing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Linda and Wayne MielczasZ
Linda spent 20 plus years as a dental assistant and Wayne was an event planner at the Univeristy of Md for 32 years. Both decided to retire into a second career in a dream house with lots of antiques with opportunities to meet many interesting and diverse people. They look forward to you visiting their home.
Vegetarian Vegan, gluten free,, lactose free
Cranberry and Sausage Quiche
A Quiche baked to golden brown with both the sweet taste of cranberries and the savory taste of sausage and sage. A popular favorite of our guests.
The Shenandoah Valley boasts numerous vineyards and micro breweries all of which have its own distinctive flavor. Take a three hour chauffered tour of three wineries and/or micro breweries while enjoying the splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You will be picked up at our front door and during the tour enjoy a picnic lunch at one of the wineries. All of this for only $125 a couple. Wineries to choose from include: Flying Fox, Veritas, Cardinal Point, King Family, Afton Mountain and Barren Ridge. Please allow three day notice for our tour guide. You must be a guest of the Belle Hearth. Limit of 6 people.
Explore Monticello , the historic home designed by Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, only a 30 minute scenic drive from the Belle Hearth. Jefferson was the third president of the United States and the principle author of the Declaration of Independence. This complete package includes: two adult Monticello Neighborhood passes which includes the following: The Neighborhood Pass entitles you to the guided House Tour which covers the rooms on Monticello’s first floor and lasts about 30 minutes. This pass also includes access to the grounds on the day of your House Tour The Ash Lawn-Highland portion covers the guided House Tour of President Monroe’s “cabin castle” and lasts about 35 minutes and offers a self-guided visit to the grounds, dependency spaces and restored outbuildings. At Michie Tavern ca. 1784, you are entitled to a self-guided tour of the oldest section of this Virginia landmark. Interpretations on drinking, lodging and entertainment explore the many facets of 18th century life. “Midday Fare” lunch for two at historic Michie Tavern includes drink, tax and desert (apple cobbler), not gratuity. passes do not expire Price: $121,plus room cost.