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Reviewed December 27, 2005

We have stayed at the Goodstone Inn on several occasions, and we have been delighted every time. The service is outstanding and the accomodations are the best I've ever had. We've been to Goodstone, and had an active weekend (horseback riding, hiking, swimming) and we've also been and done absolutely nothing but lounge by the pool, sleep in, and wander around the grounds. Either way, you won't be disappointed by the Goodstone Inn. It's absolutely worth every penny. (We're going back again next week!)

  • Stayed: July 2005
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1  Thank EmilyCalle
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Reviewed November 27, 2005

We enjoyed our stay at the Goodstone. The service and
facilities were outstanding. We are very fussy travelers and loved the Goodstone. The location is great to enjoy fine dining, shopping, touring, horses and more. It is also the perfect getaway for peace and quiet. We will certainly be back.

Stayed: November 2005
1  Thank nevermissBoston
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Reviewed July 10, 2005

The Goostone Inn is five very different buildings located on nearly 300 acres of stunning Virginia countryside. Little more than an hour away from D.C., the Inn offers a wonderful respite form the hassles of city life. We stayed in the French cottage, which is nestled in the middle of a rolling field. It is a charming stone house with exposed beams, very tastefully decorated and extremely comfortable.

The Inn is pricey, but there a lot of nice "extras" included -- a lovely afternoon tea, a continental breakfast in your own cottage, a full breakfast at the manor house, plus a fully stocked bar. You can also use the Inn's mountain bikes and canoes. The pool setting is magnificent, built within an old facade with a beautiful vista of open fields and meadows for which Virginia's hunt country is so famous. With hammocks, lounge chairs, porch swing, and a hot tub on the property, the biggest problem is deciding how best to relax and unwind.

4  Thank Pioneer15289
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Reviewed July 16, 2004

You must go! Just returned from a wonderful 3 day stay. Weather was wonderful the staff is fabulous and we actually were able to relax. Do not miss this one. The only place to stay in Middleburg. Very close to Dulles if you want to fly in. Chris the general manager is wonderful a real pro!

3  Thank Grits2
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Reviewed August 22, 2003

This place is such a treasure that I almost hate to share it with anyone... understated elegance, hidden away, and impeccable service. It may seem a bit expensive, but it is truly a great value. I didn't want to leave.

8  Thank bernadette00
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