My husband and I stayed at the Inn at Moler's Crossroads while attending the Contemporary American Theatre Festival this summer. The location is perfect, lovely and secluded, but just a short drive to downtown. The grounds are beautiful--ideal for wandering or relaxing. The home itself is warm and inviting with a fantastic art collection and some other really charming details. (I loved framed menus in the kitchen from events the owner had attended.) We stayed in the Indigo room--the decor was elegant and modern without being over done. The private bathroom was gorgeous. Lots of sunlight, but great shades for blocking it out if you wish. Food was excellent and they sent us off with several of their signature recipes to try at home. (Cheddar Corn muffins were amazing!)
The hospitality at the Inn was top notch. Every detail was thought off--our hosts were charming, knowledgeable and very accessible without ever being intrusive.
Also--ask for a tour of the wine cellar. It's outstanding!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Featuring three unique sleeping accommodations, all suites with private bathrooms; state-of-the-art technology and WI FI, a dramatic dining room resplendent with crimson and gold, plus a majestic great room with adjoining screen porch, spacious patio and multiple picturesque outdoor spaces, the Inn at Moler's Crossroads is the ideal environment to relax and rejuvenate, or to launch your journey through our nation's civil war history. ... more less