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Blacksburg, Virginia
Reviewed 9 December 2014

We stayed here for thanksgiving as a base for exploring the area, particularly the Shenandoah National Park. It is located in the historic district of Culpepper and the inn has charming touches in its decor. It is also conveniently just above two restaurants and a high end culinary market with imported goods and a nice selection of wines. Our room,...

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Richmond, Virginia
Reviewed 31 October 2014

If you are looking for a residential B&B in a quiet setting keep looking. This is an Inn in the middle of an up and coming down town so do not expect a quaint breakfast in the morning. Having said that we were graciously greeted and plied with a glass of wine or beer while being shown to our rooms....

1Thank CheshireTurkey
Sedalia, Missouri
Reviewed 22 October 2014

Over the years, we have gotten to know John and Connie (the owners) of the Thyme Inn and It's About Thyme restaurant. Not only do they operate what we consider to be THE place to stay and eat in the Culpeper, Va. area, they are also most enjoyable to talk to. The rooms upstairs in this old downtown building are...

Thank Stafford S
Santa Barbara, CA
Reviewed 22 July 2014

We recently spent over a week in the Thyme Room. It is one of their larger suites. We thouroughly enjoyed the large but narrow balcony overlooking Davis Street. Since it is a corner room so there are also 2 tiny balcony's overlooking the the patio seating area below between the 2 buildings It was our first time actually sleeping in...

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Charlotte, Nc
Reviewed 31 May 2014

My husband and I were driving from Charlotte, N.C. to the Hamptons and thought it would be fun to stay in a little B&B along the way. Wanting to avoid the traffic around Washington, we drove up Interstate 81 and stayed at The Thyme Inn in Culpeper. It was Memorial Day weekend and the proprietor was not on the property...

Thank ChathamR
United States
Reviewed 20 April 2014

My fiance and I decided to check out their winter deal (B&B plus dinner at their restaurant) and it was not only well worth the price, we found a new place for a quick weekend getaway. The check-in was a bit awkward as we arrived late and were not sure where to go but once we figured it out, the...

2Thank emped0cles
Nags Head, North Carolina, United States
Reviewed 23 January 2014

We stayed in the Tuscan Room which is very spacious and if the weather had cooperated it would have been wonderful to use the outdoor balcony. Room was not overly clean and the bathroom floor was dirty; however, the charm of the rooms made it a "go to" Inn and our fireplace once we figured out how to light it...

1Thank Travel0221
Chapel Hill, NC
Reviewed 12 December 2013

I am very picky and I can't even begin to describe what a well run and completely lovely place this is. Utterly perfect - beyond what you've experienced in the states, I suspect. Love, love, love it. Walked downstairs for a seafood meal. Was greeted with a glass of world-class red wine.

2Thank RCnNC
Warrenton, Virginia
Reviewed 6 October 2013

Lovely room (the French Room), great location, very clean and comfortable. A little pricey, but there are specials. Love the open bathroom and shower! There is some street and restaurant noise, but you are downtown and over a restaurant. Fun to overlook Davis Street as evening approaches.

Thank Christy C
Westminster, Maryland
Reviewed 30 September 2013

My wife and I stayed in the Sage Room for two nights. There is no elevator and the stairs are long, but well worth the effort. They help with bags if required. Our room was delightful, clean, had a cute gas fireplace, which was wonderful, and the bed was heaven. Coupled with the excellent food downstairs at It's "About Thyme"...

1Thank ANOUL

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Additional Information about Thyme Inn

Address: 128 E Davis St, Culpeper, VA 22701-3012
Region: United States > Virginia > Culpeper
Price Range: $175 - $245 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Also Known As:
Thyme Hotel Culpeper
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“Sage room's balcony is over the dining alley. If you turn in early, ask for a room that may not have as much street noise.”
  • View from the head of the bed. Nice, huh?
  • Balcony and fireplace of the Sage room
  • Now entering the Sage room. Very romantic!
 of 5 bubbles JCCJHiggins, 19 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Know that you are above a restaurant!”
 of 5 bubbles AnthroPrincess, 27 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Room in front has a nice balcony, Rosemary room in back is very quiet.”
 of 5 bubbles h0lly99, 10 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Choose a nearby B&B where real people provide real service.”
 of 5 bubbles vaVisitor50, 14 Dec 2014 | Read review
“We took the last room available (the Sage Room). It was quite small but fine for a stay that was only 12 hours from arrival to departure and it was priced accordingly.”
 of 5 bubbles ChathamR, 30 May 2014 | Read review
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