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Great way to celebrate our 17th Anniversary. My husband said he thought he was staying with Martha Stewart with the gourmet breakfasts! Everything was perfect. All of the details were taken care of. The room was great and the bed and bedding clean and comfortable....More
We had never been to Orange before and were skeptical on the drive in, but once we saw the inn on the hill we were immediately blown away. Troy and Kathleen are wonderful people and make you feel right at home. Not your usual bed...More
Crowning a hilltop, this lovely B&B is a work of love. Troy and Kathleen have a great story to back up their final product which is a masterpiece of comfort and beauty. A decorator's pride and joy, every ornamentation is perfect for its placement. The...More
We just eloped at Chestnut Hill Bed and Breakfast yesterday!!! We cannot say enough wonderful things about Troy and Kathleen. They made our wedding perfect all the way down to the smallest detail. They both really cared about us and our wedding. You don’t find...More
We stayed at the Chestnut Hill Bed & Breakfast last weekend because it came highly recommended. We were blown away with our experience. When we approved we were given free wine tasting passes to multiple local vineyards. When we came back from the wineries, Troy...More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and... More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and of course Monticello, (Thomas Jefferson's estate). It is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and if you go in November, you will see the tail end of the fall color spectrum. Definitely worth it!!!