Charlottesville, VA Area Lodging

The city of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and counties of Orange, Madison, Greene, Nelson, Fluvanna and Louisa which all adjoin Albemarle County, offer a wide variety of lodging choices. For those who wish to enjoy the beautiful countryside and home style comfort we have listed several exceptional Bed and Breakfasts in central Virginia that would love to host your visit. Downtown Charlottesville also offers some charming inns along with commercial hotel offerings from clean, budget conscious lodging to luxurious hotels.

Please call on us to help make your visit to Charlottesville, Virginia the best it can be. We will be happy to make recommendations for your specific situation and help you search for lodging choices available within your time frame and budget.

Inn at 400 West High

The Inn at 400 West High brings the eclectic flair of a continental European bed and breakfast to beautiful downtown Charlottesville. Only two miles from the University of Virginia, five miles from Jefferson’s Monticello and Monroe’s Ash Lawn, and just a short drive from the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Inn at 400 West High is ideally located for those who want to visit the historic sights and natural splendor that make Charlottesville famous. That said, it is also the perfect spot for those who want something that’s slightly off the beaten track.

Inn at Westwood Farm

This sun-filled, elegantly appointed 1910 farmhouse in Orange, Virginia is on 15 lovely acres with barn, paddocks, gardens, and woods, make staying at this luxury inn a unique experience. This Orange, Virginia bed and breakfast features four guest rooms with amenities such as whirlpool tubs, flowers, exquisite linens, antique oriental rugs, early morning coffee outside your door, and a sumptuous breakfast in the dining room or on the garden patio. Located one mile from James Madison’s Montpelier and ten miles from Barboursville Vineyards.

The Chester

Located close to historic Charlottesville, Virginia, is a gracious bed and breakfast with the elegant charm befitting an English country inn. The house and grounds provide an intimate and private setting for luxurious comfort and relaxation, and the owners have the art of gracious service perfectly mastered. Guests will enjoy Chester’s lovely rooms and private baths, wood-burning fireplaces, spacious porches, and landscaped grounds, as well as nightly turndown service and elegant gourmet breakfasts each morning.

The Mayhurst Inn

A luxurious and historic Virginia B&B located in Orange, VA, near Charlottesville. Situated on 37 acres, surrounded by lawns, gardens, old-growth trees and fields, our 9000 SqFt c.1859 Manor House has 8 beautiful guest rooms and is the perfect place to stay while you explore Virginia properties. Enjoy our “Plantation Experience!”

Harmony Hill Bed & Breakfast

Experience the charm of the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountain Area with a relaxing stay in a cozy log cabin Bed and Breakfast. All rooms include HDTV, extensive DVD library, satellite TV, air conditioning, and high speed Internet. Harmony Hill is located 1 mile from I-29 in Nelson County, just 30 minutes from Lynchburg and 40 minutes from Charlottesville. Our rooms are inviting and private. Relax on the sun-drenched window seat with a good book, lounge on the pillow-soft bed while watching the game or a movie, or primp for a romantic night out in your private bathroom.

The Iris Inn Bed & Breakfast

The Iris Inn B&B is nestled on 11 wooded acres, on the west side of the Blue Ridge Mountains, overlooking the Shenandoah Valley. The purpose built Inn was architecturally designed for comfort and for the mountain views and woodsy feel. All rooms have private access to outdoor decks with plenty of seating to enjoy the scenery, read a book, or take a snooze. Located in Waynesboro, just minutes from Charlottesville via Interstate 64, the Iris Inn offers the closest entry point to both Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway. With easy access three miles east of Waynesboro at Rockfish Gap, Skyline Drive proceeds north and the Blue Ridge Parkway proceeds south.

The Mark Addy Inn

A Bed and Breakfast near Charlottesville Virginia that rests on the sunrise side of Virginia’s magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains, near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and Poplar Forest, as well as Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia and only 12 miles from Waynesboro.

Holladay House

Stately Federal-style home (c. 1830) within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Six guest rooms offer a range of luxury options, including fireplaces, double-sized whirlpools, and private porches. Enjoy free WIFI, homemade cookies, and a delectable locally-sourced breakfast. Location and service at its best!

The Ebenezer House

This historic country chalet, once the Methodist Church in Culpeper, Virginia, was built in 1901. Dismantled in 1984 and moved to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Madison County, near the Rapidan River, just 500 feet off of US 29, onto Route 621 west, 122 Seville Road. We are located in Central Virginia’s Piedmont Valley, known for snow skiing, golf courses, hiking, trail & road biking, foxhunting, beagling, many vineyards, antique shops, and historic landmarks: such as Monticello, Montpelier, Ash Lawn-Highland and the trail of hallowed ground Civil War battlefields and sites…

Greenock Manor

A beautiful Victorian Manor house dating from the late 1800s, Greenock Manor is now a romantic, intimate Bed and Breakfast and an elegant conference and wedding venue. Discover an intimate, refreshing night in the country with a relaxing atmosphere and true southern hospitality – a perfect retreat from the daily city and work pressures.

Orchard House Bed and Breakfast

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Orchard House Bed and Breakfast in Lovingston, Virginia. Built-in 1874, it was one of the areas premier apple orchards. Nestled in the core of the Virginia countryside, we are surrounded by the breath-taking Blue Ridge Mountains, located in Nelson County Virginia, yet only a short drive away from the arts & entertainment of downtown Charlottesville.