Extraordinary dinner, wonderful afternoon tea, fantastic breakfast! For dinner, I enjoyed the roasted yellow and red beets with beet sorbet and caviar. Then the Diver Scallops with Sweet Peas and Bacon Consommé was to die for. My main course was the organic milk-fed pork with apples and sauerkraut and I can honestly say it was the most tender pork I have ever eaten. My husband had Carpaccio of lamb, the hot and cold foie gras dish and the lobster and agreed it was a wonderful meal. We split the "Seven Deadly Sins" dessert, which is a definite must. Those are the highlights, lots of surprises before, after and in between! Plus a cute little take away of treats. I disagree with Drer's review - I've eaten at the French Laundry and The Restaurant at Meadowood in CA and Daniel and Le Bernardin in NY as well as Michelin star restaurants in France, Spain and Italy - the Inn at Little Washington is up there with the best of them. Unfortunately Michelin stars are not awarded anywhere in VA (very limited to specific major cities) - if they were this would be on the list. And while it is pricey, it's in the same range (or cheaper) than other restaurants of the same caliber.
I would definitely recommend going and ask for the tour of the kitchen while there and meet Patrick O'Connell!