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We had the absolute pleasure of having our wedding weekend at the Chestnut Hill bed & breakfast with Troy and Kathleen. For months beforehand they worked with me and my husband to make sure we had all the details for our wedding taken care of....More
We stayed at Chestnut Hill for three blissful nights for our elopement. The owners Troy and Kathleen made our wedding and our stay memories to cherish forever.
We stayed in the bridal suite, and loved it! A very comfortable and luxurious room that was perfect...More
We just returned from a lovely two night stay at this charming B and B in Virginia's Wine Country where the hospitality couldn't have been better. From owner Troy's Dinner recommendations (Vintage and Elmwood at Sparks) to the warm welcome supplied by his wife and...More
My wife and I recently stayed one night at the Chestnut Hill B&B and were very impressed by the friendliness of the owers (Kathleen and Troy) and the staff. They offered us a complimentary appetizer and Virginia wine. We would normally expect cheese and crackers...More
The food was great, the rooms were beautiful and Troy and Kathleen we the perfect host! We had a great time and cannot wait to find a reason to go back;)
The town of Orange is quaint along with the surrounding areas. We were able...More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and... More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and of course Monticello, (Thomas Jefferson's estate). It is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and if you go in November, you will see the tail end of the fall color spectrum. Definitely worth it!!!