The Inn at Monticello a delightful bed and breakfast in lovely Charlottesville, Virginia, provides gracious southern hospitality at ints finest. The Inn at Monticello features five guestrooms, all providing private baths, and a separate cottage; as about seasonal availability.
Several rooms have fireplaces and/or private porches. All rooms feature decorated with antique or reproduction furniture from the colonial or Victorian eras. In the winter and fall guests often enjoy a glass of wine by the hearth in the living room, and in the spring and summer, they love to sit on the front porch while being entertained by the birds and the deer while they sip their Virginia Wine.
Fine food and great company make the breakfast at the Inn at Monticello a celebration. They serve a full gourmet breakfast each and every morning. Guests are seated like family around the dining table. Beverages, such as Virginia wine tasting, are offered in the afternoon, and homemade cookies or brownies in the evening.
Most guests choose to take advantage of their convenient location to explore some of the natural and historic sites that are located nearby. Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, and Ashlawn-Highland, the home of James Monroe; and less than 10 minutes from historic downtown Charlottesville's downtown pedestrian mall, and the University of Virginia with its Rotunda. There are also more than 20 Virginia wineries that are within 30 minutes, including Jefferson Vineyards, Blenheim Vineyards, Keswick Vineyards, Pollak Vineyards, King Family Vineyards, Veritas Vineyards, Barboursville Vineyards, and many more.
Virginia Wine Tours and Virginia Wine Tasting has become increasingly popular as the Charlottesville area wineries have reinvented themselves. Virginia Wine Festivals are another major attraction to those visiting the area.
The Inn at Monticello is located in the midst of a thriving culinary and performing arts community. The Paramount Theater, LiveArts and the Charlottesville Pavilion, located on the downtown pedestrian mall, and the John Paul Jones Arena, located on the grounds of the University of Virginia, offer headliner entertainment throughout the year. There are more than 50 great restaurants located with a 10-minute drive of the Inn, offering traditional and internationally-inspired foods.
Visit The Inn at Monticello and tast Charlottesville Wines, with Virginia Wine Tours via Blue Ridge Wine Excursions and see why Frommer's and Cities Ranked & Rated recently named Charlottesville as the #1 city in which to live, and why Money magazine and Relocate America identified it as a great place to relocate.
Innkeepers: Carolyn and Bob
1188 Scottsville Road
Charlottesville, VA 22902-7102