Beautiful, historic property!! We stayed two nights in the General’s room. The room is located on the first floor and was very cozy and great if climbing stairs can be a problem. The grounds are beautiful with lots of areas to explore! My first spot to check out was the barn and pen of baby goats!! Casey is a lovely hostess,eager to help you plan your activities while staying at the Mayhurst. We highly recommend this B&B!!!
We had never experienced Montpelier and found the Mayhurst Inn a delightful place to stay. The balcony on the Architectural Suite is fantastic and the hosts were laid back and very accommodating. Breakfast was a great finishing touch to a terrific stay.
Beautiful, historic property. Truly lovely hosts and family. Great service and a wonderful breakfast. And very cute goats. What more could you hope for on the way to Monticello? Just wish my stay was longer!
Traveling home after Thanksgiving with family we stopped for one night at Mayhurst Inn in Orange. We had stayed once before many years ago and it was a delight to see the care that Casey and Jason have put into making the inn a very special place. Our room was lovely and the breakfast delicious. It was a brief but very special respite.
Mayhurst Inn is an incredible historical B&B with a kind, generous, hardworking family that went above and beyond to make our stay special. Here you feel like family and get to meet and connect with so many fun and interesting people! We enjoyed the delicious breakfasts they serve, walked the trails on the property, and had fun visiting the goats. There are add-ons you can take advantage of as well. My husband purchased the charcuterie, roses, champagne, massage, and mini photoshoot add-ons to help us celebrate our wedding anniversary and 10/10 would recommend the splurge. We can't wait to visit again!
Room was great! Casey and the family are perfect hosts at this historic estate. The grounds are so well maintained. It is obvious that they love and care for the property. Nothing we asked for was denied and we felt so at home. We will be back many times. It was a rainy weekend but we still enjoyed the stay.
We stayed one night in the Madison Room. They were attentive to our needs upon the reservation: making sure we had directions, giving contact info, welcoming prior to arrival. The room was impeccably clean, quite, large, and comfortable. The property is elegant and gorgeous. The owner is friendly and attentive. The food was the best we at during our entire trip to VA! I wish we could have stayed more than one night. We will come back just to stay here!
My wife and I stayed at the estate for two nights. One of the nights was our 50th wedding anniversary. I could not have found a more wonderful place for this happy occasion. The host, Casey, was gracious and responded to all our needs.The food was 5 star. The room was beautiful and spotless. I cannot recommend this inn more highly. This was our second stay at the Inn and I am certain there will be many more in the future!
We've been staying here periodically for over 20 years and enjoy its location, history, food, and charm. New owners Casey and Jason Cashell are making it even better, adding new rooms, renovating, and redecorating. While doing this they're keeping up previous high standards of food & service. Cashell family also lives on the property in a separate building and I can tell from conversations with them that they are committed to area and its history. They're the third owners we have known and our first time staying since they took over in 2020. Orange, Virginia is convenient to Madison's Montpelier, Jefferson's Monticello, Charlottesville, Civil War battlefields, and numerous wineries/microbreweries in the area. We used it this time to explore Lake Anna, which is about 40 minutes to the east.…
My wife and I stayed two nights in April 2022 while on the Virginia Garden Tour and visiting Montpelier. The owners and hosts are Jason and Casey. We didn't see a lot of Jason, who was busy with renovations on the summer kitchen, but Casey was a charming and ebullient hostess who greeted us, gave us a short tour and showed us our room, and gave a brief history of the property and how they came to be there as a family. We stayed in the Italian Suite, which is a large, quiet and comfortable room with a separate room containing a nice fireplace and whirlpool tub and with an entrance onto a covered veranda. Breakfasts are superb and were served by Casey with a smile and bright conversation. As a bonus, all of the other guests we visited with at breakfast were super to talk with and it was fun to get to know a bit about them and their travels and compare notes. The Inn is set off Route 15 down a gravel lane and feels quite secluded, with lovely grounds. The house is a very nice example of the architecture of the time, and well maintained. The location is convenient to Montpelier and would not be that far if visiting Charlottesville or the Spotysvlania/Chancellorsville battlefields. If in this area, stay here! You will not be disappointed.…
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