From the time we walked in the door until we teetered out after dinner on an early spring evening, everything was perfect; the waiters were attentive and charming but didn't hang too much over us; "the pigs on a clothesline" were interesting and tasty to boot - worth a try as an appetizer. My husband's halibut was the best he'd had in years and the moules I ordered were so delicious I took the broth they were cooked in home as a left over. Key lime pie for dessert topped everything off to perfection. Will definitely be back as often as we can be - a truly excellent find in the foothills of the Shenandoah foothills in Berryville Va
We needed a quick break from the four walls of our home. After doing some research and calling various places to get their COVID standards, we decided on L’Auberge. Their cleaning policies, friendliness, small B&B and food procedures had us at ease the whole time. Our room was gorgeous, the food was phenomenal, and we had a fantastic romantic weekend. We recommend this highly to friends and neighbors.
Visited this b&b for a brief mid-week respite from the city (to meditate). At the beginning of my stay, there were a few minor issues regarding dietary restrictions and items in the room, which were all quickly addressed. The staff seemed very professional and genuinely fond of their job, which shined through. The food was outstanding. The location was great, view spectacular, bed comfortable and the room, as a whole, well appointed. I would whole-heartedly recommend this establishment.
The tasting menu is amazing! The food was absolutely delicious and the wine pairings were divine. Service was excellent. Don’t miss the chicken crepes at breakfast. Only one critique — the guest rooms are tired, or at least ours was. Would definitely eat there again but wouldn’t stay.
-All staff were extremely kind and professional. -Not only did staff strictly adhere to COVID-safe standards, other guests did as well. -Surrounding area/farmland is really lovely, even in winter. -Extensive, large breakfast. -Large/comfortable room with private entrance. -Reliable and quick room service for evenings. -Very thoughtful touches like tea, fruit, and cookies. Questions I had after reading other reviews, answered: -I think some other reviews mentioned the worn-ness/cleanliness of the rooms. We found the room to be very well cared for and very clean. Some of the furniture items are worn- my husband didn't love the mattress- but personally, for me, if things are very clean, this doesn't bother me. -Before we stayed at the B and B, I didn't know what the "to-go" from the restaurant would be like for dinner. If you choose to eat in your room for dinner, they deliver it via room service. There is no extra charge for this, and it was super nice to stay in an inn and have many of the benefits of such, but have what almost felt like our own mini-apartment. -Other reviews complained about the B and B being right off the main road. We didn't notice any noise from the road, our windows overlooked pastures, and we enjoyed watching the cows. We heard an occasional cow moo but found this to be exciting :-) -Skyline drive is super close, but it was almost entirely closed due to winter weather. We ended up at the state park, Sky Meadows, and that was very nice. -For sandwiches/snacks, we recommend Locke Store in nearby Millwood.…