Inn at Monticello
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Historical Traveler Reviews Inn at Monticello Charlottesville
We were hoping to stay in the house but the cottege turned out just fine. Would like to stay in the house next time.
The service was great and the Breakfast was delicious.
At home at the Inn at Monticello!
It was my first experience at a B&B and I LOVED it. The Lindways were very hosptiable and made us feel very much at home! This put me at ease immediately! One thing that I like so much better than staying in a hotel was having the air quality of home instead of a heater or ac running in my ear all night! The food was excellent and the tin roof was so melodic when it rained. Hope to visit again!
Hosts were very accomodating and friendly. The breakfast was wonderful and the room was well above standards. The bathroom was very nice with an excellent shower. The downstairs room in which we stayed was convenient for my wife who has some physical ailments, yet it plenty of privacy from the kitchen area and host's quarters. It was very convenient to area highlights. Highly recommend to others.
George and Beverly Stephens
Loved the Inn at Monticello
We stayed at the Inn at Monticello in July of 2004 and would highly recommend it. Norm and Becky made us feel welcome and "at home" from the start. The setting is beautiful and serene- we recommend sitting on the front porch while you sip your afternoon lemonade! Our hosts helped us find our way around the area and even provided a map for us. The breakfast was excellent and we enjoyed meeting the other guests. We will definitely be going back!
Nice facility with well-maintained grounds and friendly and knowledgeable staff. The food was superb, the beds comfortable, and the amenities outstanding!
Would definitely stay here again...
Thanks Norm and Becky for a wonderful time!
Architectural History in a Picture Perfect Setting
We want everyone to know just how much we enjoyed our stay at The Inn at Monticello. I am an architecture & history buff and greatly enjoyed hearing the innkeeper's interesting stories about the Inn's history and that it was constructed with slave labor! We enjoyed the large front porch which was perfect for relaxing with a lemonade looking out over the expansive grounds. The Inn is only one mile from Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and not far from town for shopping & dining. Breakfasts were fabulous and the conversation was warm & friendly. We've stayed at numerous B&B's throughout the country and have to say that our time at The Inn at Monticello was one of the most memorable, relaxing and enjoyable of all our stays. Sincerly, Ken and Doris, Salt Lake City, Utah
At home in Virginia
It was a real pleasure staying at The Inn at Monticello last week, when I was visiting my family in Charlottesville. What a delight to come back to the inn after a busy day and relax in front of the fire with other guests and the friendly cats! Also, the peace and quiet at night was much appreciated after a day with an 8-month-old granddaughter and her activities. There is so much to do in the Charlottesville area--historic sites, wineries--and the inn is at such a convenient location. Breakfasts were wonderful, as was the hospitality. Ann Kendall Ray, Memphis
The Best Weekend
My husband and I just got back from a great weekend at the Inn at Monticello. We took advantage of their dinner getaway and ate at the Ivy Inn. What a great weekend for us, we needed to getaway and this really worked for us. The house was beautiful, full of antiques...but not a stuffy feeling. We were close to everything, we walked to Monticello and had lunch at Michie Tavern. Norm and Becky are the greatest, we sat on the porch in the sun and had a glass of local wine....wow did we need to get away! This was perfect, they know everything about the area. We will go back!
Had a great stay. Becky and Norm were very engaging, knowledgeable and helpful. The room was lovely and cozy. The inn is in the perfect location for just about any activity. Highly recommended.
We loved the inn. What a great place to stay close to Monticello as well as restaurants. We had a fantastic room, real wood burning fireplace-enjoyed the fire and a bottle of wine. Then great breakfast, and off to see the sights, Thanks for a wonderful weekend!
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... in the floor to allow the cannonballs to drop down and complete the full 7-day cycle.
After the house tour, we joined a group for the “Slave Tour”, walking along Mulberry Row overlooking the 1,000 ft. long vegetable garden. We viewed a sample slave home, working areas for both textiles and nail making and then sat under the mulberry trees while our docent told us about life on Monticello for the slaves. And, yes, the ...
We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
... and wine cellars, storage areas, and the indoor privy. Whenever I get the chance, I photograph the toilets in the homes of celebrities and historical figures because they serve as reminders that these people are mere humans, just like the rest of us. That being the case, I grabbed a picture of Jefferson's privy, so I now have a photograph of where president number three went number one and number two.
The most surprising thing we learned at Monticello is ...
... I learned the answer to a useful trivia question. Which U.S. president held the most different positions in government? It was James Monroe. Monroe also served in the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War and was wounded in the Battle of Trenton. What I best remember about history class about James Monroe was the Monroe Doctrine, that he formulated the American policy that European powers should stay out of the affairs of newly independent nations in Latin ...
"If you girls need anything.." Susan being so nice about being in Charlottesville area for us if we need it "Cheese scars on my soul" LOL Dorte that is super extreme and very scary lol "I thought her name was Hell" Mary gardener talking about the unidentified official with Obama that was Denmark's prime minister "Someone holding the train of my graduation gown and me being all like" Regal. Lol Dorte ...