This was our first experience staying in a B&B. I would definitely stay here again. We bought a living social package for a two night stay at the Inn of Vineyards Crossing and the Philip Winery tour, tasting and cheese basket. It was a great experience at the Inn. Josh was very accomodating. The inn has some historic charm as well as newly revonated parts of the home as well. One of the main attractions was the king size bed and private bath. In the past we generally stay at hotels for the king size bed and a lot of B&B's have only queen size. It was very clean and quite. The location was close to a number of wineries as well. The breakfast one morning was southern style french toast with bacon from Virginia and fruit. It was wonderful! The second breakfast was a farmer's keish, potato pancakes, fruit, sausage and yummy biscuts. We also had dinner on Saturday night with a wine paring. The dinner was wonderful. Fresh arugula salad on toasted bread with fresh parmesan cheese, lasagna w/ kale, brussel sprouts and toasted garlic bread and a chocolate cake for dessert. We stayed in the Barbee room which had a temperpudic bed and in the corner with 3 windows, digital TV and a nice private bath. Since we stayed in winter we could not use the pool or hottub, but I would be interested in coming for another stay when those are available. I highly recommend this B&B.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the Village of Hume, Fauquier County, just over a mile from Philip Carter Winery, the Inn at Vineyards Crossing invites you to abandon your stress and relish the civility and romance of this exquisite Hume bed and breakfast. Relax in the living room, in the English courtyard, by the pool or in the historic log tavern while you enjoy a glass of Virginia wine, peruse our collection of local restaurant menus and mingle with guests amusing each other with exciting tales of your Virginia wine country adventures and discoveries…The original portion of the Inn dates back to the pre-stage coach days, circa 1787. It sits on the northwest corner of the Village and is a yellow stucco frame building (old log tavern) with a center stone chimney, which was known as Barbee’s tavern. The tavern was in operation during colonial and Civil War times and had a thriving business. The tavern has wide pine flooring, exposed American Chestnut interior logs, and 3 stone fireplaces.Today, the Inn is an intimate and romantic retreat in Virginia wine & hunt country. Each of the Inn’s five rooms offer luxury accommodations including, king sized beds and premier white linen, turn down service. While influenced by American and English design, each room has a unique theme that will make for a welcoming experience during each returning stay.Virginia Rolling HillsThe Inn at Vineyards Crossing offers the very best in wine experiences for the Virginia Piedmont region. In addition to these exceptional excursion experiences, The Inn will feature a Wine Camp for guests with extended (4 days, 3 nights) and abbreviated (2 days, 1 night) options, along with afternoon complimentary wine tastings & tea by the pool or in The Inn’s tavern, and shuttle services for various culinary immersions to local restaurants and vineyards.The Inn’s proximity to the region’s many awarding winning wineries makes it the perfect luxury retreat in America’s wine country ... more less
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