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... It probably took more gas to find the place than the money we got for the cans, but it was another adventure. This was a gigantic recycling plant, which I will send info about to our local recycling guru, Madonna. Altogether, our month's worth of cans netted $2.02. Anybody who knows us well, knows that I drink 4-6 cans a day of diet coke, and John limits himself to one beer per day and part of my coke., so ...
Travel 30 miles down the Skyline Drive Road to Big Meadows campground. It is an older campground than Mathews Arm and not as nice. The campsites are more open and not as large. Hard to find a site to fit a 32 foot Motorhome! The one thing this campground has are showers which we dont use. We settle in and read for the afternoon then walk around the campground!
It gets windy and cold later so no fire tonight. Rains in the night!
Leave DC and head West to the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. This is a 100 mile north south drive on top of the Shenandoah Mountain range. You are up at around 3,000 feet the whole time so it can get cool this time of year! As we enter the park we see that 2 of the 4 parks are already FULL and it is only 12:30, we realize it is Saturday! As you drive along the ...
... the falls about 8 feet and in doing so bruised both elbows, her butt, her ankle and may have broken her left thumb. We tended to Dulcey, now embarrassed and very wet. We then headed back to the parking lot with Mattias and Gary trailing behind. On the way Mattias captured a baby centipede and was so proud he wanted to show everyone else. Within site of the parking lot Mattias tripped on a root and dropped the centipede which made him quite upset. Not ...
It is Friday and we are definitely in the home stretch now as we start to think of home. Today is another driving day as we make our way North and go to the Shenandoah Mountains. Gary's sister Sandy who lives in Richmond, VA, will meet us at a campground just outside Shendoah National Park in the town of Elkton, VA. We decided to make a reservation at a private campground because it is Labor Day Weekend and we are worried that the campgrounds within ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Heritage House Bed & Breakfast Washington
A treasure discovered
The temperature may have been cool that February week-end, but what a warm experience we had at Heritage House.
Gary and Michelle provided a place of class, yet warm comfort, with what , to us, defines "Virginia hospitality."
And what a fabulous breakfast, too!
We indeed will return.
Perfect in every way!!!
We just came back from our valentine's Day date. Staying at the Heritage House is like visiting old friends. Michelle and Gary was the perfect host! The B& B is so cozy and warm. The room we stayed in felt like a get away cottage. They cooked us a delicious breakfast and when we came back from dinner at the "little Inn of Washington" they had turned town our bed with a yummy chocolate. They sure made our valentine's Day special. We cannot wait to go back again. Thanks Michelle and Gary!!!! s.kolber
Loved the Innkeepers!
We just spent a night at the Heritage House Bed and Breakfast on 2/12/05 and want to let you know what a wonderful experience it was. The house dates to 1836 and just its history is charming. And, the innkeepers, Michelle and Gary are a delight. We had such a lovely time conversing with them and the gourmet breakfast they served us was praise worthy. Our room was immaculate and charming, as was the downstairs liviing room and diniing room. We would recommend this lovely B&B to all. Its location in Washington, VA a block from the Little Inn is prime and the shopping nearby is delightful. Charlotte and Dick Eilbert
We spent our 40th anniversary at Heritage and had a great stay. The Innkeepers made us feel right at home as they shared the history of the B&B and the area. Highly recommended!
Wonderful Bed & Breakfast
Beautiful Bed and Breakfast within a 2 minute walk (in the snow!) to the Inn at Little Washington. The owners, Gary and Michelle, are very welcoming, warm and friendly, and are ready to offer advice about the area if you should want it. The house tself is warm and inviting, and very clean. Excellent bathrooms. And breakfast was a treat in itself.
We haved stayed at this B&B 3 times now, and those times have been wonderful. Gary & Michelle (the Owners), have become fast friends, as they are very approachable and love to talk. There is no pretending to be something that they are not. Their business is to provide suitable lodgings and prepare a lovely breakfast, as they always do. The rooms are very well decorated for the theme of the town, it being named for the first President. We feel truly at home there and will always make it a must stay when we can. Gary, while modest about his breakfasts, does a superb job baking fresh breads daily, and also offering some very good breakfasts. Sparky, the dog, is also a wonderful little creature and is very freindly and intelligent. Overall, they have done a superb job making us feelat home in their home, and would hands down reccomend it over any other business there.
I just returned from a stay at the Heritage House in Washington, Virginia, a lovely bed & breakfast in the charming village where the renowned "Inn at Little Washington" is located. I was visiting a friend and enjoying a 3-day getaway, which included a much anticipated dinner at the world famous Inn at Little Washington restaurant, and my stay was wonderful.
My wife and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary by dining at the Inn at Little Washington in Washington, VA. Admitedly, we stayed at the Heritage House because it was a lot cheaper than staying at the Inn itself.
great b&b -- perfect if you make dining reservations at the Inn in Little Washington (it is only a block away) ... and Gary (one of the innkeepers) makes a great breakfast .... highly recommended!
You say you'd like to have dinner at the Inn at Little Washington, but an overnight stay there is too cher for your budget. Well I think a great alternative is a little b&b one block down the street called the Heritage House. This past Saturday, Christmas, we were greeted by Gary, the owner, when we arrived. Right away we felt at ease with his manner, as he showed us to our accomodations on the second floor of this 19th century home. We had a beautiful view of the mountains and our room was immaculately prepared for us right on time for our 3pm arrival.