This magnificent federal-style home stands on a working beef cattle farm adjacent to the Shenandoah National Park. The bed and breakfast was built of native fieldstone in 1812 and is the only area bed & breakfast on the National Register of Historic Places.
The summer kitchen dependency is now the romantic honeymoon suite for two. The second suite has two private bedrooms and one bath. All rooms have air conditioning, working fireplaces, individual heat and view the Skyline Drive atop Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.
A full candlelight breakfast of eggs benedict, smoked salmon, custom omelets, etc. is served at an hour of choice. On farm amenities include a spa, bikes, lawn games, hayrides, VCR, piano, library, porches and patio. Nearby are antiques, wineries, stables, battlefields, canoeing, climbing, golf, tennis, swimming.
Superb evening dining is just down the road. Scenery, history, recreation, accommodations and hospitality all come together beautifully at Caledonia Farm - 1812.
Rates: $80-140 - MC/Visa/Discover - Minimum Age 12 - No Pets - A non-smoking home. (Washington DC = 68 miles / Washington VA = 4 miles)
ABC License. Member B&V Assn. VA and Chamber of Commerce.
This and other Washington Virginia Bed and Breakfast Inns can be found here in The Register.
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