I found South Street online from the Travel section of the New York Times and what a find! Their web site offered good snaps of the rooms but they were actually bigger than they appeared in the pictures (a great plus). Comparing them to other options in and around Charlottesville, they were a little more pricey but the location and service made up for it. Our room was spacious, clean and nicely appointed. The continental breakfast was deliciousand fresh and the afternoon wine & cheese was delightful. We are history buffs so we were able to see the 3 President's homes during our 3 day stay and one winery. From the Inn, we could walk two blocks to Charlottesville Mall (a misnomer to me) and find an assortment of eateries with outdoor cafe-style seating on the tree-lined, pedestrian-only downtown "mall". The free trolley was another plus for seeing the campus and getting to other sections of the town.
We would love to return and check out more wineries and more of the towns' restaurants. We will definitely stay at South Street again.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking