4 of us visited Foster Harris House when travelling along the East coast from Washington to New York. Virginia was not meant to be the biggest highlight of the trip but for reasons like the Foster Harris it was!
The B&B is easily the best one all of us had ever been too, and it will take a lot to beat!
The B&B is run by a lovely couple, John and Dianne who really have thought of everything. The rooms are bright, pretty, well designed and comfortable.
The house is all very quaint, cosy and in-keeping with the local architecture.
John and Dianne are all set up for advising travelers all the best spots and have maps on hand to assist with finding places like local vineyards, the whiskey distillery and antique shops.
But for us, the best bit, were the AMAZING 4 course breakfasts made by John. Easy our best breakfast on the trip. He even catered for our gluten intolerant friend with different scones.
I would happily go for breakfast every day of the week!
Should we head back to Virginia, we will certainly be booking in at Foster Harris, we loved it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just steps from the world-renowned Inn at Little Washington in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Foster Harris House offers comfortable, refined country inn accommodations in an enchanting setting. Each queen bed guest room has exquisitely soft linens, spa robes, and a private bath with a rainfall shower. Included with your stay is a lavish, unhurried four-course breakfast. Dinner at the Foster Harris House unites the elements that inspire Chef John's culinary muse - fruits and vegetables from the rich soil of Rappahannock County, surprising flavors, bold splashes of color and family traditions - with each plate artfully composed to entice the eyes and the appetite. The intimate dining room of only 10 seats and just one seating per night allows for an unhurried and personal dining experience. ... more less