Be honest. You enjoy being catered to while vacationing, right? May I let you in on a little secret? There are people who LOVE to cook and care for vacationers. They are called innkeepers and you will love them!
Virginia is simply stunning in autumn as a wave of orange, yellow and gold sweeps across the state from the west. It’s the perfect season for hiking, biking, and otherwise enjoying the outdoors. It’s also the perfect season for cuddling close to the one you love the most. A Virginia bed and breakfast is an ideal accommodation for accomplishing all of those things.
Arcady Vineyard B&B in Charlottesville offers the Travelin’ Thru Wine Tour Package. It’s a one-night stay in a King suite with
whirlpool tub, fireplace, and steam shower. Enjoy a four-hour wine tasting tour (tasting fees included), as well as a cheese platter, wine country breakfast, and a delightful port and chocolate turndown. $445-475, Sunday through Thursday
The Mark Addy Inn in Nellysford has a Romantic Getaway Package that includes two nights in your choice of a suite with jacuzzi, King deluxe, or standard room with a clawfoot tub. You’ll be welcomed with a basket of wine and snacks, gourmet chocolate, and a candlelight dinner for two. Three-course country breakfast is a given. $419-539
Holladay House Bed and Breakfast in Orange has a loaded package they call View Virginia Fall Splendor Package. It’s two nights in your choice of room, breakfast (of course), a picnic lunch, two in-room one-hour massages, wine tasting passes, homemade cookies and beverages, and they’ll even make the reservations for whichever activities you’d like to experience nearby. $559-659, and add a third night at 50% off the regular room rate.
Claiborne House Historic Bed and Breakfast in Rocky Mount is just 15 minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, and they invite you to enjoy their Pic-a-Nic on The Parkway Package. It’s a tw0-night stay in whichever room you choose with cider, flowers, an “inn-credible” breakfast, and picnic lunch for two. Room Rate + $80
For more great fall packages, go to Virginia.org.