When my husband and I travel, we stay in B&B's whenever possible. We look for inns that include gourmet food and wonderful hosts who enjoy visiting with their guests. Janet & Tom at the Berryville Inn did not disappoint!
If you are looking for an inn with a delightful Happy Hour with drinks, appetizers, a cozy fire, and fun conversation with Janet, Tom, and guests, then this is the inn you will love. Only an hour and a half drive from DC through rolling hills made the Berryville Inn an excelent location for our 3 night Virginia get away.
Janet and Tom have created a warm and welcoming bed and breakfast in their lovely home. We chose the French Suite on the second floor with a private balcony that over looked the extensive yard and gardens. Our bed was super comfortable. A couch and coffee table were perfect for reading and spreading out our brochures and travel info. A fireplace, too! A litle desk and chair in our room ws available for setting up our laptop. Soft, cuddly robes and slipper socks were welcome surprises!
Each morning, my husband and I found coffee outside our door at 7:15 sharp to enjoy in our room until time to head downstairs for Janet's 3 course gourmet breakfast and conversation with her and other guests. Tom and Janet were extremely helpful in suggesting places to visit and the most scednic routes. After stuffing ourselves with delicious offerings, we did not even think about eating again until supper time!
Situated in the charming town of Berryville, Virginia, the inn ws a convenient jumping off point for three days of rolling hill adventures. Within 30 minutes to an hour's drive, we walked in the Virginia Arboretum, hiked in Shenandoah Nationla Park, enjoyed a round of golf at gorgeous Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, and spent the day in historic Harper's Ferry. Time did not permit a winery tour, but the area is well know for it's vineyards.
Our evening meals were all within a few blocks of the Beryville Inn. We did not take our car anywhere in town. Saturday at the Battletown Inn was terrific. A fine meal follow by musical entertainment in it's Gray Ghost Tavern welcomed us to Berryville . Sunday, we at Camino Real, then the outstanding fmily owned Berryville Grille on our last evening.
The Inn has a very nice web site to explore.
All three rooms are on the second floor.
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