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This past weekend was our 5th stay with Troy & Kathleen and it's always a wonderful experience. From the genuine friendliness of our hosts to the beautiful clean rooms, the wonderful food (appetizers & breakfast!) and great dinner recommendations, we always have a great time...More
This has to be the best B&B in the county. Don't let the small town of Orange fool you, Chestnut Hill is world class. Perfect romantic get away. Hospitality was wonderful and food exquisite. Where have you ever stayed and you leave feeling like you...More
When we want to get away from it all, Chestnut Hill is our first choice for a get away. The rooms are beautiful and romantic. The hosts are friendly and lots of fun. And the food is just wonderful! While there, we also meet so...More
My wife and I spent 3 nights for a get away in the Alexander Daley room. Beautiful doesn't begin to describe the house and over all setting of the property. Attention to detail was amazing and to say the place was clean is an understatement....More
Owners Troy and Kathleen were very welcoming. The house is beautiful and the breakfasts so delicious. Fresh cookies in the foyer, happy hour every day with endless wine, beer, sodas. HH food was substantial - lobster bisque day 1 and chili day 2. The hosts...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!!!