The innkeepers, accommodations and dining at the Mark Addy Inn are as welcoming and relaxing as they appear to be in the Inn's promotional material. I needed a relaxing couple of days, and that was the experience I enjoyed. The breakfasts were delightful -- 3 filling courses beautifully presented and served by one of the innkeepers with great attention to keeping coffee cups filled -- and the view of the Blue Ridge on fall mornings was spectacular.
I stayed in Le Jardin room, which was spacious and superclean with a very good bed. My allergies to down and wool were accommodated with no fuss.
Numerous hiking opportunities are close by, and it would take way more than 2 days to visit all the nearby wineries and breweries.More