OVERVIEW of The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
The setting for the Inn at Sugar Hollow couldn’t be more picturesque, nestled among the trees of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The view from the rear stone patio across the wild flower meadow to the towering trees is quite spectacular. I can only imagine what it looks like in Fall or covered with a blanket of snow. But on this June day it was serene with the scent of fresh herbs from the garden and hummingbirds circling around.
The Inn is set on some 70 acres and unlike most B&B’s which were homes first, this was actually built to be a B&B. The public rooms are warm and cozy and tastefully furnished in rich fabrics and antiques. The Family Room, with comfortable couches and chairs, has hardwood floors and area rugs and a large stone fireplace with huge windows looking out to the mountains. Just off the foyer is the bright and cheerful Sun Room bathed in shades of blue and white and right down the hall is the Study with board games and TV. Upstairs there’s a little reading nook and an outside deck. There’s also the option of taking a walk on the many surrounding trails and more often than not you’ll encounter a deer or a wild turkey or some other inhabitant of the wild. Whatever your mood for the day, the Inn can satisfy it.
THE ROOMS at The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
There are 5 rooms in the Main Inn and 4 in the Farmhouse including the Shenandoah Suite. Our room in the Main Inn was the Country Manor Room and we loved it. It was spacious, with a separate sitting area and nicely furnished with antiques and area rugs over hardwood floors. A comfy 4-Poster King Rice Bed made for a great sleep and if it was cooler the fireplace would have been perfect to take the chill off. The private bath w/ double whirlpool tub had just about any amenity you might need. I prefer the rooms in the Main Inn, but the huge Shenandoah Suite is something special and may be the best deal around. It’s got a private entrance and deck, 4 poster bed, sitting area, fireplace, TV, butler’s pantry, built in window seats with great views, an antique secretary and a soaking tub you won’t want to leave. The rate on the suite is so reasonable, this is luxury you can’t afford to miss.
DINING at The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
The formal dining room with its own fireplace is the place for breakfast and it’s an event here. Fresh fruit and juices and freshly baked muffins and biscuits serve as a prelude to Tim’s famous homemade buttermilk or pumpkin pancakes, cinnamon or confectioned French toast and various egg dishes. Worth the trip alone.
THE SERVICE at The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
It is always such a joy to encounter innkeepers who enjoy what they do and “get” the customer service thing. Tim and Dina are just such people. They have thought of everything that will enhance their guest’s visit from popcorn and soft drinks in the Butler’s Pantry, to movies, to CD players playing soft music in your room to sewing kits and bath salts in the bathroom and candy in your room. They are helpful with dining and activity recommendations and directions and are careful not to intrude on your time alone. You’re made to feel like friends when you are here.
THE RATES at The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
From $199 Peak Season weekend
WHAT OTHERS SAY About The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
“We traveled to this B and B as it was highly recommended by Trip Advisor. The Inn is located near several vineyards, Charlottesville, and hiking travels. The room was unique and comfortable, and included a wood fireplace with plenty of firewood. We loved this getaway and we look forward to returning. We would recommend the Inn at Sugar Hollow to anyone.” Trip Advisor
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