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Hopkins Ordinary Bed & Breakfast
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Reviewed March 31, 2013

My husband and I spent the weekend at Hopkins Ordinary and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Kevin the innkeeper was incredibly accommodating and helpful. Our room was cozy and comfortable with a great shower and spotlessly clean.
Scones and cookies were yummy! Breakfast lovely....
A great location for wining,hiking, and visiting the Inn at Little Washington.
We will definitely return
Thank you Kevin

Stayed: March 2013
Thank susan c
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Reviewed March 30, 2013

Owners Sherri and Kevin are friends, and both great chef's and even offer cooking weekends! Most recently sent a couple good friends here - and they loved it! This is timeless, charming, beautiful & comfortable B&B, lovely rooms, amazing architecture, with big wrap around porches, perfect to watch the day go by, right on main street in Sperryville, Va. Just steps from everything, including a sweet art gallery and restaurant across the street. Shops, antiques, many virginia wineries all right nearby and the spectacular views from Shenandoah National Park, Sky Line Drive is just 10 minutes up the mountain. See website. Wonderful B&B, endorsed by good friends who have stayed!

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank rjbwdc
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Reviewed March 16, 2013

There were five of us staying at Hopkins Ordinary over a three day period. Kevin and Sherri really know how to host visitors in Sperryville. We experienced the best home brewed beers, home baked cookies, and a variety of superb breakfasts. The historic place to stay is anything but ordinary; a pleasent, relaxing, and tasteful experience.

Room Tip: All the rooms are great!!
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Eric T
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Reviewed March 4, 2013

We loved our one night stay at Hopkins. Kevin and Sherri are very friendly, and you're greeted with a complimentary beverage of your choice (not to mention fresh-baked cookies!). We also paid a little extra for some gourmet chocolates and wine to be waiting for us upon arrival. We enjoyed these while playing Scrabble, and before a quiet afternoon walk over to the nearby art gallery and Copper Fox whiskey distillery.

Hopkins is centrally located in the heart of Sperryville. It's an easy ten minute walk to the aforementioned gallery and distillery. There are several more shops and businesses surrounding the B&B on Main Street, including a gorgeous converted church that hosts yoga lessons right across the street (we wanted to go, but didn't have the time - will definitely seek it out upon our next visit).

Before dinner we took advantage of the Rosemary Room's private deck. It has two rocking chairs and a small table, which was perfect for enjoying a glass of wine and watching the sun set. The area is quiet, peaceful, and low traffic. Hopkins' atmosphere does a fantastic job of capitalizing on those traits! After dinner we came back, made a fire (they provide you with a Duraflame log and lighter) and enjoyed the much-needed warmth on an otherwise cold and frigid night. The beds are lush and we slept well as a result!

Breakfast was awesome. Fresh fruit, juice, coffee, pumpkin scones, and three different quiches. Seating in the breakfast room is communal. There are two tables: one large, and one for seating just four people. I'm not a fan of communal seating (I find it a bit awkward in most settings, since it forces conversation where it isn't always meant to naturally occur) but this wasn't a deal breaker. The dining area is a moderate size, so I can understand the necessity of a few large tables as opposed to several small ones.

Before we left, Kevin and Sherri gave us some enthusiastic recommendations on local vineyards and provided us with a promotional card they had to get us into Linden Vineyards's beautiful terrace (it's members only on the weekends). Lovely hosts, and would love to go back again - hopefully for more than just a night's getaway!

Room Tip: Rosemary Room has a fireplace, spacious bathroom, dreamy mattress and linens, and a beautiful view from the window. Private deck with rocking chairs and a small table - perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the sun set.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 27, 2013

We did one of the cooking weekends at Hopkins Ordinary. Upon arrival, there were warm baked cookies awaiting us which we knew about since we have stayed here before and a nice fire in the fireplace. Warm greetings from Kevin and Sherri. Cooking class was great. We did this with some friends of ours. The theme was French Bistro. Everything was cooked from scratch and there were lessons on various techniques for those who are not familiar with deboning a chicken for example. I have to admit, we did cook a fantastic dinner. The rooms are clean and cozy. Breakfast was fresh and good even though I wasn't really all the hungry (after dinner). Also, we contracted with Susan who did a private yoga class for us across the street.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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