Stay Local, Play Local: Inns of Charlottesville B&Bs

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (NEWSPLEX) -- Inns of Charlottesville is a group of area bed and breakfast inns that formed this year to promote the B&B segment of the local lodging industry.

All of the inns are inspected, licensed, approved, pay taxes, and conform to high standards of conduct. There are currently 11 participating inns, operated by experienced innkeepers.

Local residents who choose to remain close to home can enhance their vacation experience if they stay at an Inns of Charlottesville B&B while visiting nearby area attractions.

Early American history buffs might enjoy overnighting at The Inn at Court Square (1785), the Dinsmore House (1800s), The Inn at the Crossroads (1820), Prospect Hill (whose oldest building dates to 1699) or The Inn at Monticello (1856).

Those visiting wineries or Shenandoah National Park might appreciate the convenience of lodging at The Inn at Sugar Hollow, The Cedar Spring Inn, Foxfield Inn or Arcady Vineyard B&B. All of the inns are close to some of the best area wineries, and Arcady even has its own vines!

For those who enjoy city life, restaurants, cafes, and the arts, there’s the Inn at 400 West High Street, within a few blocks of the Downtown Mall.

And for area residents who have never been tubing on the James, or who want to visit Scottsville, there’s High Meadows B&B, a Victorian era inn.

Another advantage for Stay Local, Play Local participants is that those who stay at Inns of Charlottesville B&Bs can get to know visitors from all parts of the U.S. and many foreign countries during breakfast or at other times.

And our members give great advice and make arrangements for all guests. All of the innkeepers in our association are knowledgeable about restaurants, music venues, theaters, and UVa events.

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