Picture a European style country house hotel cascading down a limestone ridge on eight levels, with 2000 panes of glass flooding the interior with light. Imagine the rich patina of old wood, the gleam of polished brass, the deep jewel tones of oriental carpets.
Imagine, too, Flemish oils, African masks, dramatic contemporary sculpture, and a library at our West Virginia Inn and Restaurant lined with books. Add the flicker of candles and the warmth of a fire. A love seat. An intimate table for two. A quiet place to be alone together. Gardens bursting with color, a meandering stream and ducks on the pond. The gold of autumn. The beauty of a winter storm. And dinner. Three, Five or Seven spectacular courses. Fragrant herbs from the kitchen dooryard; vegetables from a nearby farm. A truly Romantic Getaway in West Virginia. Sophisticated yet unpretentious. Elegant and eclectic!
Circa 1700. This graceful English Tudor inn meanders down the hillside overlooking a pond framed by daffodils and 18 acres of estate grounds that include streams, gardens and wooded walks. The land at our West Virginia B&B once belonged to George Washington, and although most of the current structure was built in 1920, construction began in the 1700s. Decorated in a European country house style, this Charles Town WV Inn is replete with rich dark woods and interesting pieces that demand a lengthy stay to fully enjoy.
"It's a country house that appears to tumble down its hillside one room at a time. Its flowered patios are lovely.
Guest rooms—with a cosmopolitan décor, and some with wooded views, fireplace, or whirlpool tub—are exquisite."--Washingtonian Magazine
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