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Authentic 18th-century plantation complex just 15 miles east of Charlottesville, VA and Thomas Jefferson's "Monticello" and UVA. Set on almost 50 acres of lawns, woods and fields the inn offers 13 rooms in the 1732 manor house and renovated outbuildings dating from 1699 to 1840 and offers prie-fixe dinners every Fri and Sat evenings (and some weekdays) by reservation at $49pp. B&B rates from $195 to $395.
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I am a single mother with a 9 year-old daughter, and we really enjoyed our stay at Prospect Hill. The 40-acre grounds, the two sweet cats, the alpacas, and the owner’s dog were a huge hit with my daughter. We also loved the pool, and...More
We had a wonderful time at Prospect Hill; everyone was friendly and made us feel welcome. The Innkeeper was just great; she walked us to our cottage and showed us where everything was and made sure we were settled. The food was absolutely perfect and...More
What a chef! We've eaten a lot of places in the Charlottesville area, and the chef at Prospect Hill is one of the best we've ever encountered. Incredible, small-sized hors d'oeuvres like scallops on saffron risotto which don't fill you up before the piece de...More
This was our 3rd trip to Prospect Hill and the first time in many years. The smell of the boxwoods as well as the beautiful appointments in the cottage were fabulous. We also loved the grounds and the trail through the woods. Such a great...More
We chose Prospect Hill as a place to stay on our anniversary. We were not disappointed. Even though it was cold, windy March weather, we enjoyed walking on the large grounds. Our cottage (the 1850 Carriage House) was beautiful, and if we had chosen to...More