This was my first time to stay at a B&B and we could not have picked a better place. We decided to make a weekend trip to take in some of the sites and wineries in the area and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. From the moment we arrived Doris and Alan were warm and welcoming to us – greeting us and helping us plan out our activities. Doris went above and beyond by providing us with tickets for some attractions and wineries as well as giving us recommendations as to where we could grab dinner.
The house has a historic charm, and is centrally located off the main road, but is tucked back in the trees giving it the privacy and serenity that you are looking for during your weekend escape. Although it was snowy during my visit, I still enjoyed the outdoor space and can only imagine how enjoyable the porches would be during the spring and summer.
The house was warm and inviting with character around every corner. I especially loved seeing all the antiques in the house and the exploring the loft areas that are a creative us of space. The rooms were comfortable and the beds were great – making for a restful night sleep.
Doris and Alan were very accommodating to us and even provided us with wine and cheese during our stay which was a nice touch and a great way to unwind from a busy day of sightseeing. Also, do not sleep in and miss breakfast as the granola is delicious and shouldn’t be missed.
I highly recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a nice escape from the city but still wants that warm and friendly feeling of home. I look forward to visiting again in the spring.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Create life long memories here at the Ebenezer House B&B, in the middle of it all, in Central Virginia in the Greater Charlottesville area. The Ebenezer House Bed and Breakfast is a beautifully renovated country style chalet that was originally built as a Methodist Church in 1901, in Culpeper VA. It was dismantled in 1984 and moved to its current location in Southern Madison County. Doris Webb bought the property in 2001 and started the Ebenezer House B&B. When Alan Webb (her son) moved here he built a 1,900sf addition in keeping with the original building’s historical style, and includes a handicap room for guests with disabilities. Located just North of Charlottesville and just South of Culpeper, only 500ft off RT29, yet nestled in the woods along the Rapidan River. RT29 is a major north south access between Interstate 66 and Interstate 64 and is minutes from all the historical sites and wineries. Then tour James Madison’s home, Montpelier and Thomas Jefferson’s, Monticello, have lunch at the famous Ritchie’s Tavern Visit Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall, go ice skating, to the theater and Friday’s Night Live on the Mall. ... more less
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