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A Romantic Getaway In Virginia
A Virginia Bed and Breakfast, The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm is an easy 20 minute drive through the rolling horse country west of Charlottesville and just 2 miles from hiking trails into The Shenandoah National Park in a serene mountain setting. Here at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains we are surrounded by wineries, woodland streams, and wildlife. This is Virginia Wine Country, perfect for a romantic getaway.
The Charlottesville area has much to offer for your romantic weekend getaways in Virginia After check-in, enjoy a fantastic meal at a local restaurant, then return to the inn and cuddle by our field stone fireplace in the Great Room, or enjoy a sunset over the Blue Ridge on our blue stone patio, or listen to our stream from the upper deck. Later, enjoy soft luxurious sheets in your comfortable bed in the peace and quiet of the mountain countryside.
The next morning, start your day with our delicious and hearty full country breakfast, served family style in our dining room in the company of new friends. Then, enjoy a scenic drive into Charlottesville, Virginia or stretch you legs on a hike along the Moormans River into the Shenandoah National Park. Have a casual wine tasting at our friendly wineries and vineyards and a late lunch at nearby brewery restaurant along the scenic Nelson 151 trail. If you are up for some history, check out Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, James Madison's Montpelier, and The Rotunda and Grounds at University of Virginia in Charlottesville. At any time, the Historic Downtown Pedestrian Mall invites you to amazing restaurants and cafes, fun boutique shopping, theater and many live music venues. If you need more ideas, check out our Things To Do In Charlottesville page.
The Charlottesville area offers a whole experience perfect for a weekend or longer. If you are feeling active and adventurous, it is possible to hike from our door up to the Appalachian Trail and Skyline Drive, and horseback riding through a winery. If you need to go higher, hot air balloon rides over this beautiful area are offered locally.
Best of all, The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm is pet friendly! Now you can bring along your best friend and enjoy this dog friendly region together.
"The beauty of Sugar Hollow is secondary only to the warm and welcoming hospitality of the owners, Dick and Hayden."
- Pam from Vienna, VA, March 2014
We are so excited to see a fresh coat of paint going up on our Farmhouse! This past winter was rough on the old gal and the new paint will really freshen her up. The old Farmhouse was built in 1905 and we remodeled it many years ago to serve as additional rooms for our guests. We even met some of the members of the original family who built the place! The house is truly a part of Sugar Hollow heritage.
To continue our ongoing series on hiking around Charlottesville, Dina and I took advantage of a perfect Spring day and drove up to the base of Humpback Rocks hiking trail. We had been forewarned that this hike was pretty strenuous but we figured we are still young enough (at heart) that it would be worth a try.
The races are a bi-annual event. The spring race is always held the last Saturday in April. The spring race attracts a more vivacious crowd, with over 25,000 guest in attendance. The fall race, known as "Family Day" is always held the last Sunday in September and appeals to Families and a more subdued crowd. The fall race hosts a variety of activities for children and families. Event Details
The Grammy Award–winning, multi-platinum selling trio Nickel Creek—Chris Thile (mandolin/vocals), Sara Watkins (fiddle/vocals), and Sean Watkins (guitar/vocals)—officially reunites for the first time since its 2007 self-described “indefinite hiatus” with a US tour this spring and summer, with shows in Nashville, New York, Boston, Washington, Chicago, and Oakland, as well as at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Event Details
"From the moment we made our reservation to the day we checked out, we felt like guests instead of customers."
- via TripAdvisor, a recent guest April, 2014