On the drive back home from our four day stay at the Cabin at the Inn, my wife Linda turned to me and said simply, "Perfect". And it was. The Inn, which includes the historic manor house and a number of other out-buildings, is perfectly maintained. The grounds are beautiful. Perfectly maintained gardens are everywhere - especially the numerous herb gardens used for their impeccable meals. Even the huge pasture where the herd of cattle graze has a wonderfully maintained path that takes you to the top of the hill where you can look down on the Inn and then back down to the natural spring. A falcon greeted me at the same time each morning on my walks. It was perfectly quiet and that's why we chose the Cabin with its covered front porch and rocking chairs. We did the 5 course dinner Saturday night for our anniversary. After a wonderful three hour experience, including a trip to the back porch to see the super full moon rising, it felt like we knew everyone in the Inn as friend, especially Neil and Barry, your hosts. So welcoming, and they know how to run an Inn. Between the delicious farm to table breakfasts and our gourmet dinner on Saturday night, we could not have been more satisfied. Wow! On our last day, I had the best breakfast I have ever had in all my years. Even though you are out in the middle of "quiet", you are close - a nice easy drive to - the National Park, great wineries (Linden and Glen Manor are great), Winchester (do the Museum of the Shenandoah) and Front Royal. Like I said, "perfect". The Inn at Vaucluse Spring has a warm and friendly atmosphere, the comfortable Cabin was perfect for our needs, and we look forward to a return visit in the near future.