Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast
Loved the Afton Mtn B&B
This was my first Bed & Breakfast and I was very impressed with the warm and homey feeling. I room was very comfortable and the breakfast was a lot more than I expected. The Innkeepers were very nice.
Wonderful B&B Break
Our June 2005 stay at Afton was terrific. Innkeeps most attentive to our needs, provided a wonderful B&B break. Breakfast showed great effort.
Afton is awesome!
This was our first Bed & Breakfast experience. What a way to start! From the homebaked cookies and refreshments upon our arrival to the great "country" breakfast before we departed, it was a treat. The house and grounds are lovely as well. Afton has given me the B&B bug.
Loved the quaint little inn
It was a great enjoyable time. My girl-friends and I get together each year for some time away from the hectic worlds of family and work. The Inn was very clean. The breakfast each morning was devine. The inn keepers were a great resource and even lent us a corkscrew to enjoy some wine on our lunch picnic and in our rooms. We enjoyed the home baked cookies each afternoon and the tea, hot chocolate, and coffee available at all times.
I would recommend this to friends and couples alike!
Beautiful old but well cared for house in the country with lots of charm. Very, very comfortable, with exceedingly friendly hosts, and really good cookies :). Breakfast was almost worth the price by itself! We had a great time, and will certainly be back soon.
Beautiful location; Great hosts!
Great location and even better service from two wonderful hosts. We really enjoyed the company and talking with the other guests. This will be our stay when we make it back to Harrisonburg, JMU or to visit more of the vineyards in the area.
We had an excellent time at Afton Mountain. The hospitality of the hosts was great. The grounds were well kept, bordered by two creeks. The area is beautiful. We loved Crabtree Falls, the highest falls east of the Mississippi. Easy access to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive and Thomas Jefferson's home Monticello.
We recently spent a weekend in March at this delightful B&B. Orquida and Dan were extremely welcoming and helpful. The room was beautiful, the food excellent, and the nice little extras, such as drinks and cookies on a buffet outside the bedrooms were an added bonus. The area is beautiful, and there's a lot to do. The two restaurants we tried, D'Ambolas, and another whose name escapes us, were excellent, both in the quality of the food, and the service. We would recommend the Afton Mountain as a place for a relaxing, and interesting stay. Oh yes, being originally from the UK, we also loved the red phone box in the yard,
Judith and Gareth Parry
The experience for a first time user of a B&B was fantastic. We thought the extras that were provided were a great touch. The friendliness of our hosts made us feel right at home. And the elegants of the decor and ambience made us feel special. The breakfasts were superb, delicious and will presented. As a retired health inspector, I must say, all aspects of our stay were well thought out and executed, from the food to the way the rooms were kept and maintained. We will be using our experience here as a standard for other B&B's, we may visit, to achieve.
Couldn't be better!
Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast was the perfect retreat for our Wintergreen ski weekend. The room was very clean and decorated with charm. We were greeted at the door with a warm welcome and a tour of the house's rooms including a parlor, dining room, and sitting room with tv. We then relaxed with cups of hot cocoa and delicious homemade cookies while we looked through the local restaurant menus collected by the innkeepers. It was so helpful in making our dinner plans. As we went out for the evening, we saw three deer in the front yard, one of which was an albino doe. Wow! The next morning breakfast was divine. I would go back just for the "heavenly pears" and gingerbread pancakes. I would highly reccomend a stay here!
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... of the house that’s shown; it’s the back. We returned by way of the north terrace and boarded a bus that took us to the graveyard where Thomas Jefferson and his family were buried. We viewed the obelisk, designed by Jefferson, through the gates. After he died, a member of the family found a sketch containing Jefferson’s instructions for his tombstone. He wanted his grave marked by an obelisk inscribed with the three accomplishments ...
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