Virginia’s Country Inns

Charming, welcoming, wonderful

Whether you’re looking for a wonderful weekend escape or ideas for where family and friends can stay while visiting during the holidays, you’ve come to the right place. Our area is filled with charming country inns that leave guests feeling refreshed and relaxed. What follows are just a few of our favorites. Why not pick one and make a reservation?  And while you’re visiting, do try the restaurants, wineries, and boutiques mentioned in the “While you’re there” section that follows the description of each inn. They’re a few of our favorites, too!

Flint Hill

Blue Door Kitchen & Inn / 675 Zachary Taylor Highway, Flint Hill /
Formerly known as Flint Hill Public House, the Blue Door Kitchen & Inn has four gorgeous guest rooms available on its stunning five-acre country estate. All the rooms offer modern amenities such as king-sized beds with luxury linens, free high-speed internet, complimentary tea and coffee, a large shared second-floor lounge, and more. Stay for one night or a whole week; there’s no minimum night requirement, so this is a great place for a midweek or weekend getaway.

“The staff are absolutely beautiful people and made our experience the best we have had compared to most places we have been. I can tell the chef pours love into every dish because it shows!”
Caitlin Drury, Fredericksburg, on The Blue Door Kitchen & Inn

While you’re there…

Griffin Tavern / 659 Zachary Taylor Hwy., Flint Hill / 540-675-3227 /
Located in a renovated 1800s home, Griffin Tavern is pleasing to both the eyes and the tastebuds. Enjoy great home-style food or a pub drink in a casual setting.

Narmada Winery / 43 Narmada Lane, Amissville /
Narmada Winery offers a wide selection of tasting flights with different flavor profiles to please every guest’s palate.

Copper Fox Antiques / 7 River Lane, Sperryville /
Copper Fox Antiques has everything from architectural salvage to pieces that are vintage, rustic, old, new, and much more. Stop in and explore.


Inn at Evergreen / 15890 Berkeley Drive, Haymarket /
A former Civil War Era mansion, this 11 bedroom inn offers the perfect mix of modern amenities and historic charm. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and completely restored two years ago, this charming bed and breakfast serves as the centerpiece of the Evergreen Country Club. Whether you want to relax by the pool, play tennis, or enjoy a round of golf in the rolling hills of Northern Virginia, the Inn at Evergreen has you covered.

“After or before a round of golf at the prettiest course in Northern Virginia, it’s so relaxing to stay in the Manor House.”
Sandy Raines, Herndon, on The Inn at Evergreen

While you’re there…

Hidden Julles Cafe / 14950 Washington St, Haymarket /
For a locally-sourced and organic treat, stop by Hidden Julles Cafe. It offers everything from juices to sandwiches to coffee, making it perfect for breakfast or lunch.

Winery at LaGrange / 4970 Antioch Road, Haymarket /
With a gorgeous vineyard and tasting room, the Winery at LaGrange is a lovely destination for a day out. Order some of the gourmet snacks available to guests and enjoy with a bottle of one of the winery’s award-winning wines.

Details for the Home / 6590 Jefferson Street, Haymarket / On Facebook at @ShopAtDetails
Details for the Home is two floors of delightful and unique clothing, jewelry, and household items and accessories, and its attentive and helpful staff make it an all-around great shopping experience.


Glen Gordon Manor / 1482 Zachary Taylor Highway, Huntly /
Hosting everything and everyone from British royalty to balls and weddings, Glen Gordon Manor offers historically charming accommodations. Once a Wells Fargo Stagecoach stop, the Manor today offers five-course dinners, three-course breakfasts, and an on-site spa. Located on a beautiful estate near historic sites and wineries alike, Glen Gordon is one of the most spectacular places to stay in Huntly or anywhere.  

“Beautiful grounds, excellent food, and attentive staff. The best B&B experience we have ever had!”
Kimberly McGhee, Manassas, on Glen Gordon Manor

While you’re there…

PaveMint Taphouse & Grill / 9 South Commerce Ave., Front Royal /
PaveMint is a “Farm to Street” Taphouse that focuses on unique street food from around the globe made using high quality products from local farms.  Enjoy your meal and a brew in its modern setting — a newly renovated 1960’s gas station — right in the natural beauty of Rappahannock County.

Rappahannock Cellars / 14437 Hume Rd., Huntly /
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountain area, Rappahannock Cellars features award-winning, old world style wines and a lovely tasting room in which to enjoy them.

Pastimes Décor Antiques & Collectibles / 218 East Main Street, Front Royal /
Brown’s Pastimes Decor is a family-owned shop that offers antiques, vintage finds, furniture, and current collectibles. It specializes in customizable repurposed furniture, signs, and more.

Little Washington

Photo by Gordon Beall

The Inn at Little Washington / 309 Middle Street, Little Washington /
This award-winning Inn features 24 bedrooms and suites. All guests are greeted with a complimentary welcome cocktail, and the amenities don’t stop there. Valet parking, afternoon tea, and a house breakfast are also included. Designed by London stage and set designer Joyce Evans, who was inspired by The Ritz in Paris, France, The Inn at Little Washington also features a two Michelin star restaurant fronted by chef and proprietor Patrick O’Connell. In short, The Inn at Little Washington offers guests a world-class experience that should not be missed.

“Warning: Once you dine here, you won’t want to go anywhere else.”
Lauren Shreve, Warrenton, on The Inn at Little Washington

While you’re there…

Three Blacksmiths / 20 Main Street, Sperryville /
A new addition to the area, Three Blacksmiths serves a fixed weekly menu composed of locally-sourced and seasonal food for an intimate and luxurious dining affair.

Bar Francis / 3710 Sperryville Pike, Sperryville /
Enjoy classic and creative cocktails made with locally sourced ingredients at Bar Francis, the perfect place to begin or end your evening.

August Georges / 195 Main Street, Little Washington /
From beautiful furniture and bedding, to travel bags and specialty foods, August Georges is a unique place to shop; good luck leaving without something!


Bennett House Bed & Breakfast / 9252 Bennett Drive, Manassas /
Bennett House Bed & Breakfast is located in the historic district of Old Town Manassas and is the perfect place for business travelers, tourists, or locals looking to change things up. A 100 year-old house that’s been a B&B for the past 15 years, Bennett House offers hospitable and antique elegance with modern amenities and a convenient location to all that Old Town Manassas has to offer. It’s within walking distance to restaurants, and the Prince William County Courthouse complex, and is within striking distance of the Washington D.C. area. Everything about Bennett House is unique and inviting, from the country-style breakfasts to the comfortable accommodations.

“My parents stayed here while visiting and loved their room, the delicious breakfast, and the hosts!”
Brenda Duke, Haymarket, on Bennett House Bed & Breakfast

While you’re there…

Carmello’s / 9108 Center Street, Manassas /
This family-owned restaurant features American dishes infused with Portuguese and Mediterranean influences. The result is an unforgettable fine dining event.

Monza / 9405 Battle Street, Manassas /
Named after the biggest event in the Formula One Italian racing Grand Prix circuit, Monza offers a high-energy and exciting sports bar experience.

Manassas Olive Oil Company / 9406 Grant Avenue, Manassas /
Did you know olive oil tasting can be as complex and delicious as wine tasting? Experience it for yourself at Manassas Olive Oil Company where you can simply do a tasting, or even take a painting class while you sample the store’s incredible selection.


The Rooms Up There / 8393 West Main Street, Marshall /
The Rooms Up There offers guests three luxurious king-size suites with a private entrance, foyer, courtyard, and commons. Two of the suites are located above the original stone storehouse built on the property in 1800, while the third occupies the second floor of an addition built in the 1820s. Each suite includes a marble bathroom with handcrafted Italian faucetry, and guests receive complimentary breakfast at the famous Red Truck Bakery just steps away on Main Street.

“The rooms are stunning and private. I felt like I was in a European inn, only with larger beds. A great place for a romantic getaway in the country.”
Kathy Rainey, Bristow, on The Rooms Up There

While you’re there…

Field & Main / 8369 West Main Street, Marshall /
Named one of D.C.’s best restaurants by The Washington Post, this charming upscale eatery serves Southern-inspired fare and fine wine in a rustic-chic setting. Pop in for a drink at the bar, or reserve a spot overlooking the kitchen and watch the magic happen.

Barrel Oak Winery / 3623 Grove Lane, Delaplane /
Barrel Oak Winery is a dog-friendly winery started by real people with a real passion for real Virginia wine. There’s always something going on  — live music, kids’ activities, and more — so check it out.

3 Hens’ Treasures / 8362 West Main Street, Marshall / On Facebook at @3HensTreasures
Discover a treasure trove of antiques and collectibles, gifts and home furnishings, at this terrific little shop just a stone’s throw from The Rooms Up There.


Chilton House B&B / 97 Culpeper Street, Warrenton /
Chilton House is an intimate, upscale four-room Bed & Breakfast on an acre of gardens and groves just two blocks from Main Street. Enjoy an authentic small-town experience in a beautiful 200-year-old home that tells the story of Warrenton’s past. The house includes eight fireplaces, private baths, and easy access to breweries, restaurants, and shops.

“Had an excellent time at Chilton House. The B&B is lovely and historic, with lots of modern comforts. Will definitely be back!”
Kate Zawacki, Alexandria, on Chilton House B&B

While you’re there…

Claire’s at the Depot / 65 South 3rd Street, Warrenton /
Claire’s at the Depot offers locally-sourced and seasonally-focused Southern-style food in what was once a train station. If the weather is right, reserve a spot on the patio for a truly romantic time.

Black Bear Bistro / 32 Main Street, Warrenton /
In the spring, summer, and fall, grab a seat on the deck for a beer, glass of wine, or one of the Bistro’s creative cocktails. In the winter, head downstairs for a seat near the fireplace or at the bar.

Sherrie’s Stuff /  77 Main Street, Warrenton / On Facebook at
Sherrie’s Stuff sells everything from vintage and fair trade goods to handmade, handpainted accessories and gifts. Sherrie is usually there, so say hello when you stop in!

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