Just a few hours drive from Washington, DC, the Iris Inn provides a rural, country, mountain feel while still having being close to everything you need. We stayed 2 weekday nights in the winter and it was peaceful and not at all busy, though I believe the Inn was full. While on our stay, we took scenic and challenging hikes in the George Washington Forest and in Shenandoah National Park both off the Blue Ridge Trail.The growing "151 Trail" for breweries, cideries and distilleries is unmatched in this area. You won't find many fine dining restaurants in the area unless you want to drive into Stanton or Charlottesville, but there are plenty of restaurants around, regardless. Breakfast at the Inn was great. Unrushed and tasty, you won't leave hungry. We also appreciated the mini-fridge in our room stocked daily with water bottles and soda. We hope to return back someday and this time stay in the cabins!
Had an AMAZING stay at the foxfield inn! Great find! The innkeepers were delightful and the food was delicious. They serve dessert with breakfast every morning, which is fun and unique. It is a great way to get off the grid and slow down. Do know that means no TV in your room but we watch a game on their common room TV with great relaxation.
We stayed here for just one night in mid-December. Hubby and I just taking a pre-Christmas break to explore this area of VA. The regular inn-keepers were away for the weekend but the subs were awesome! Really enjoyed chatting with them. The room was clean and beautifully decorated (as was the house). Breakfast was when WE wanted it - and it was tasty (including some home-made granola). One cool thing (in our opinion) was that the owners have photos from the original construction of the home - I love those types of touches. Within walking distance to the cute downtown of Waynesboro with several great dining places and pubs to just hang out in. Met friendly locals while out and about too.
Beautiful b and b the rooms are large and the bathroom was too! Only complaint, we booked based on outstanding reviews of the innkeepers and we showed up and found out they were on vacation! Bummed.....because wanted Kathryn's awesome breakfast. Room was very warm too...unable to fix that. Other then that, great place to stay!
Wonderful authentic couple as gracious hosts made our own needed getaway intimate and enchanting. Truly an iconic emblem of Waynesboro history sitting a top the highest point in town providing scenic view of Afton Mountain and lower Shenandoah National Park. So many choices being at the cross roads of Virginia's beauty in nature and compelling history. We enjoyed our choice of meeting and speaking with P Buckley Moss at her home and barn opened for an exhibit viewing and signing of her work.
My husband and I recently stayed at the Inn to celebrate our 60th and 70th birthdays. Our visit was wonderful and the Inn is absolutely lovely. We lucked out and visited at a time when there were few guests, so it was very quiet and private for us. The staff are extremely friendly and answered all of our questions with friendliness and courtesy. We stayed in one of the larger rooms, which we enjoyed quite a bit. Although the large size of the room made it feel a little less cozy, it made staying for several days much easier. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the Inn at all!
We had a very nice one night stay recently and the hosts were very pleasant. The house is charming and had a cozy feel. Parking in the back made it convenient to get around and the breakfast in the morning hit the spot. It was walking distance to a local restaurant which we visited for supper, The Green Leaf, and that just made the overall experience a really relaxing and enjoyable weekend away.
We enjoyed our stay at Belle Hearth B&B. The hosts are gracious, informative, and friendly; the type of folks that could become fast friends. Belle and Mosby made us feel immediately, at home. The B&B was exceptionally clean; the room was welcoming and cozy, and breakfasts were a delight. We certainly would return, if again in the area. D&D
This Bed and Breakfast will not disappoint you. From the details of the rooms to the morning breakfast, everything was carefully planned out. Our room was outstanding in all comforts from the Select A Firmness mattress to the expansive bathroom with hot tub to the balcony overlooking the fields. The owners and daily managers handle the breakfast and are very cordial....This B and B is quite a place.
Stayed here two nights and it is one of our top stays at a B&B. The hosts were warm, friendly and very helpful. The breakfasts were great! The recommendations from our hosts for dinning and attractions were wonderful.
Breakfasts were epigastric delights !!! Reservations were made to visit Jefferson's home, a very informative tour. Breakfasts were a gastronomic delight. We were welcomed as old friends, even though this was only our second visit.
We spent 3 enjoyable nights at Inn at Old Virginia. Breakfasts were excellent and the service and friendly staff made it a great experience. Our room was comfortable and in very good condition. We will visit again.
Just a few miles north of downtown.Located perfectly for those who want to be 10-15 minutes away from downtown Charlottesville, wine tastings, or history, yet still set in a peaceful rural area. The inn has the charm and feel of a classic B&B while still being a modern inn. Kathryn's breakfasts are unique, well prepared, and will be among the best breakfasts you'll ever have and there's always a wonderful treat at the end of breakfast.
Tree Streets Inn was a wonderful experience. The hosts, Nickie and Bill, are very gracious and friendly and go above and beyond to make sure all the guests needs are met. The room was very comfortable, relaxing, and clean. The entire ambiance of the Inn and grounds makes you feel like you are home. A great value. We enthusiastically recommend Tree Street Inn and would stay there again. Mike & Jia
Great little Inn. The Inn and setting is beautiful and so peaceful. We arrived about 4:30 and enjoyed sitting outside on the brick patio among the large trees and enjoyed a glass of wine. Our room was spacious, comfortable and immaculate. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.
We recently spent two nights at the Foxfield Inn on our return from our summer home in Maine to our residence in South Carolina. This was our second visit while travelling between our properties and on both visits we stayed in the Hunt Country Room which was tastefully furnished and spotlessly clean. The breakfasts prepared by Kathryn and served by Dan have been an epicurean delight. Always creative and unique in presentation we look forward to returning to the Foxfield Inn again and again.
We love the Iris Inn! We just returned from our first visit and we can't wait to return! Everything was perfect, and the service was first rate! The breakfast was terrific! We had no idea of what to expect, and we were blown away! Many thanks to the owners and staff for making our stay so wonderful.
This is probably the best B&B that we have ever stayed at. Sleep number bed, sound machine with lots of extras in the bath. Lovely dining in the conservatory, delicious full breakfast with all the attention to detail. Would recommend this inn!!
My wife and I stayed here for one night during a road trip to Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Mountains. Orquida and Dan were super nice and the room was very comfortable and clean. It is a very special house with a beautiful yard and rocking chairs on the balcony. They think on al the little details by offering complementary snacks, homemade cookies, drinks, coffee and tea. They also have snacks and toiletry products waiting inside the room for you. Homemade breakfast was also delicious. It has a good location for traveling in the area and can be a good base for daily trips and hikes. It is pretty close to the road but not too noisy. It is also close to some very good local breweries that offer good beers and food. We would definitely recommend Afton Mountain Bed&Breakfast and would definitely come back :)
This was our first B&B experience, and it will be a tough one to beat. Besides the gorgeous setting and rooms, the B&B was in excellent proximity to town and the highways. We found the many details to be spot on - like a white noise machine, fire extinguisher and safety nightlight in the bathroom, etc. The employees were exceptional in terms of service and good advice, whether about restaurants in town, local things to do and see, or the famous American Shakespeare Center nearby. We enjoyed the breakfasts so much that we purchased a bag of homemade granola to start our own breakfasts once we returned home. We plan to return and look forward to more memories in this lovely B&B.