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I've been remiss in not publicly lauding our second idyllic stay at this charming rural B & B. Once again, we stayed with great friends to attend an opera premiere at nearby Castleton Festival--in itself a uniquely pleasurable experience. On this trip, I clambered up...More
I searched high and low for a place in or near Virginia where my 83 year old mother and I could transport my newly 60 year old sister -- for fun, relaxation and memories. I looked at The Homestead and The Greenbrier, but staying in...More
This is our second visit to the Inn at Mount Vernon Farm and I am confident it won't be our last. Without being intrusive, staff made us feel welcome and well-cared for. The accommodations are top notch - great linens, rich woodwork, secluded and a...More
My husband and I spent only a short period of time here, but Jackie made us feel extremely welcomed. The owners suite we stayed in was top notch and being vegans we know it can be difficult for most places to accommodate our needs, so...More
Every year, we look forward to our stay at The Inn. This year was our fifth year in a row and we have stayed 44 nights in total. In my opinion, not nearly enough and we will be back next fall. Why do we travel...More
this is not really about the inn--I love the wild flowers in the golf course--cany anyone tell me where you got the seeds. I live in Boston, VA and have some land that I would like to seed with the same thing. I enjoy driving by and seeing the wild flowers.
11 September 2015|
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"When we go back we'd pick the Queen Room - King bed on the first floor and a bit bigger room. But all..."