Looking for a place to stay in Berryville? Then look no further than Rosemont Manor, a charming bed and breakfast that brings the best of Berryville to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Rosemont Manor Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Berryville, you may want to try some souvlaki at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Santorini Grill.
If you are interested in exploring Berryville, check out a history museum, such as Clarke County Historical Association.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Rosemont Manor as you experience everything Berryville has to offer.
A nice drive out from DC to enjoy an afternoon tea. Decorated for the holidays like crazy! Lots of parking. Beautiful grounds. Lovely tea. We were invited to look at the rooms that they rent out. Mostly a wedding venue. Interesting teas and yummy bites.
I spent one night in the Byrd's Nest, directly across from the Main House, and it was wonderful. Despite the cold temperatures outside at night, the cottage was warm and cozy, and the full breakfast the next morning was stupendous. The house itself if full of history, and the staff was very charming. For anyone who is a history buff for the Civil War and recent American history, this is the place. It was great stay, and I fully recommend it to anyone who is looking for a quick getaway on a weekend. The facilities are impressive, and the rooms are gorgeous. Definitely a place you should you consider for your next state-cation!
Came here for the history and were awed by the beauty of the place. The battle of Berryville occurred here during the Civil War, with troops from Mississippi pouring around the edges of the building to fire on Union troops in the gardens below before being pushed by by this determined foe. It’s very difficult to imagine this martial activity taking place in this stunning, and incredibly peaceful, venue. It’s just lovely and I would encourage anyone to come and experience this wonderful destination in the hills of VA.
We received a gift from a loved one to stay at the Historic Rosemont Manor in Berryville, VA.. They purchased a two night stay off of Groupon. The place is beautiful and the grounds lovely. I must say I was very disappointed. We stayed in the Eisenhower Suite. When I called about the room I upgraded to this suite. I noticed this rooms usually goes for $375.00 per night. I want everyone to know it is not worth the price! I will say the house was beautiful and the people were very nice. I didn't like that we had to wait as they were busy with wedding appointments and were completely unprepared for our arrival. It took time for her to find all they items she had to give us. Our room was old style and the furniture upholstery was very old and warn out. It was faded and dusty. The rugs weren't vacuumed prior to our arrival. The women who showed us our room made a point to tell us the fixtures in the bathroom were original. I also was surprised she told us we were the only people staying in the entire building. I was then told there is no caretaker and they lock the building up at night. They did give us a key to the front door. I didn't like the fact that if something happened there was no one in the building to help us. After I examined the fixtures in the bathroom closer, the claw foot tub needed to be refinished as it didn't look clean. There was no shower and the sink had faucets that needed to be replaced as they were corroding. We also had the joy of stink bugs in the bathroom. My blow drier didn't work properly, no tissues and there was no makeup whips. I did go down to the desk and ask for these items. They did help us with getting the items sent up to the room. To my surprise the make-up whips was a brown towel with make up written on it. Just so you all know a towel is not a makeup whip!!!! There was no elevator and no one offered to carry our luggage up to our room. My husband is 71 years old and is not able to carry luggage up steps. I had to go all the way back down the steps to the desk to ask for ice as there was no ice machine on my level. The bed was way to small for us as my husband is 6' tall. The pillows were terrible, there was no TV, coffee or refrigerator in the room. I did find a refrigerator down another hallway that was for all the guest. I was not going to put our stuff in a refrigerator that anyone had access to our personal food items. I also, went to use the wine glasses they had out for us and they had so much dust on them I had to wash them before using it. I was not impress with our breakfast. The yogurt was good and the fruit. The granola was old and very hard. We were served a croissant with sauce poured over top of it with four sausages. I will say the coffee was amazing. I was impressed with the coffee. In my opinion The house is old and the foyer area where I assume pictures are taken for weddings are beautiful. The rooms need updating and are not worth the money they are asking. I do stay at different hotels from 4-5 star rating. This was one of the 2 star rating hotels. It truly is a shame as the people where very nice, but they misted the mark completely in taking care of the guest rooms. So sad.…
I had a tea party with some friends and it was amazing and elegant. The first part was the tour that was the first time I had seen the house it was so much bigger than I expected. It is beautiful not one thing out of place, and the tea party was phenomenal the waitresses are amazing they came at just the right time to give us tea and are so patient with us. The only thing I would change though is the chicken sandwich, it was a bit sweet but other than that everything was great.
My fiancé and I spent two nights at Rosemont Manor in January while visiting the Shenandoah Valley area and it did not disappoint. This was a first experience for both of us at a B&B and we were both impressed. Upon arriving, we were greeted by Marta who helped us check in and made us feel very welcome. Both mornings Brandon served an amazing breakfast, and Suzanne was around on Saturday to greet us in the afternoon when we can back to relax for a bit. The staff here is extremely helpful and goes out of their way to make you feel at home, something we really appreciated. The home is beautiful and full of history! We couldn’t have asked for a better weekend, and hopefully we will be able to return again in the future!
About 4 years ago, I attended one of their Spring tea parties with my then 14-yr-old daughter. After many years asking to go back, she bought us tickets to go to their Christmas Tea this year. It was so worth it! The manor was beautifully decorated for the holidays and the tour was as interesting as always. The history of the manor is fascinating, including the many visits by U.S. Presidents over the years. This time, we were also able to see the rooms inside the manor and they were impressively appointed. Of course, the tea and treats were absolutely delicious as well, and the staff very friendly and helpful. Can't wait to go back again!
We enjoyed a delightful Christmas Tea with other guests in rooms all decorated with various Christmas themes. The staff was friendly and engaging and the service was excellent. Talked history with the owner. Stayed in the Byrd Study overlooking the Portico from a balcony. Beautiful sunrise and delicious breakfast. Well worth the price. So beautiful and historic.
My husband and I stayed at Historic Rosemont Manor this week (Monday and Tuesday nights)...it was our first experience ever at a bed and breakfast, and it was wonderful! From the time we made our reservation with Marta (who also greeted us upon arrival!), to the wonderful Suzanne who served our breakfast each morning, we had such a lovely time. The Churchill Room was fabulous, as were all of the other rooms we peeked at. Nice and quiet, in a beautiful setting, I highly recommend this lovely home away from home for a quick getaway! 5 stars!
We recently stayed at Rosemont Manor for a wedding and were wowed by the service throughout the entire stay. Each member of the staff was friendly and helpful, going out of their way to make sure we were comfortable and had all we needed. From the check in service, where the clerk carried my suitcase up the stairs, to the hostesses at the bridal events, to the host at the reception, the service went beyond expectations. I'm sure the bridal couple was thrilled. Our room was very small, to be expected in a historic building, but the bathroom was large with a good hot shower. The manor is in need of some maintenance and I'm sure the staff will get there. Again, the manor is historic and old buildings need lots of TLC. The history of the manor is so interesting and the grounds are a pleasurable place to walk. Additionally, there is plenty to do in the area, from the nearby wineries, to a short drive to places like Harper's Ferry.…