I had read about this place in the Washington Post and was interested in it because it was just a short drive from the city (approximately 1.5 hrs), affordable, and sounded beautiful. It was one of the most hospitable places we stayed in. We took the little green room, which was very cozy and charming. (The innkeeper told us that it is also one of the most comfortable beds in the place.) There were always delicious cookies, tea, books, games, and the inkeepers were always nearby to talk about the area, including making dinner reservations for us. Breakfast at Holladay House is also amazing. We definitely hope to go back sometime!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the heart of historic downtown Orange, this stately Federal-style home (c.A. 1830) Is within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Free guided walking tours of the town are available. Only 3 miles from James Madison's Montpelier, and 30 miles from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Wineries and Civil War Battlefields are also nearby. 6 Guest rooms offer fireplaces, double-sized whirlpool tubs, private porches, and full suites. Enjoy fresh, made-from-scratch cookies on our side porch, or curl up in front of the original marble fireplace in our parlor. Free WIFI is accessible throughout the house. Full made-from-scratch gourmet breakfast included. ... more less
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