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... arrived at the park, the rain had stopped. We entered the park through the Thornton Gap entrance and after paying for admission, we headed north on Skyline Drive. In about 12 miles, we turned into Matthew Arm Campground, our home for the weekend. After checking in to the campground, we all quickly set up our tents in case the rain started again suddenly. Camping in the rain is a bit unpleasant, ...
... me if I would be interested in traveling
for two weeks, with Claire around Europe, I didn't even have to think
The First piece of this adventure is in: My Eurail Pass! Thank you to my Aunt Sherry for purchasing this pass for me!
Thank you to my mom, and dad for sending me on this amazing journey! I
am so excited, and can't wait to come back with many stories to share!
"She's pretty but she's got big thighs" Kasper talking about Flora the French girl in the IRC at Newcomb dining "Can't love that much?" Dorte making fun of him "Not for sexy time" Kasper talking about his dislike for nude as a colour for bras "Well unlined means.. You can see the girls" Margaret how I have missed you. Such fun! "Debbie got a job!" Mum telling me on ...
"No not maybe. I just shot your argument to ****" Kasper being angry about Dorte messing with him when he knows something for sure "On your knee giving blow" Dorte serving it straight on a plate "Drive us into the forest and crucify us. Blasphemous" Joking what Rachel would do if she offered to drive us home in the ...
We done a day trip to the historic village of Harpers Ferry which borders 3 states. A great little place for lunch and packed with tourists.
The next day we took a quick ride up to West Virginia so I could tick another state off on my bike then we headed for Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive.
Had an amazing ride along the ridge of the mountains with stunning fall scenery. Even saw a couple of baby bears in a tree which caused the usual 'bear jam'. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Foxfield Inn Charlottesville
The Best of the Best!
There is just one word to describe this B&B: Excellent! We stayed in the large, bright, immaculately clean Audubon Room. The birdfeeder outside our bow window was constantly aflutter with goldfinches. The bathroom was enormous, with a double jacuzzi and, like our room, impeccably clean. The rest of the inn was very welcoming and spacious, and included a butler's pantry, which was always stocked with homemade cookies, hot drinks, bottled water and popcorn. We enjoyed relaxing in the screened tea house in the garden, after a full day of sightseeing. Foxfield Inn is very conveniently located near shopping districts, restaurants, historic sites and the U of VA. We were treated to wonderful, diverse breakfasts each day with special attention paid to our dietary restrictions. But it is the innkeepers, John and Mary Pat, who truely make the Foxfield Inn the Best of the Best! They made us feel so welcome. We felt so comfortable returning to the inn each night and it was obvious, by all the extras, that they enjoy being innkeepers. The Foxfield Inn is perfect...in every way.
A Beautiful stay in the Country
We truly enjoyed staying at the Foxfield Inn. The breakfast's were fabulous and our daughter LOVED the warm cookies. The place is spotless and very comfortable. Mary Pat and John were helpful with directions, dinner recommendations, and attending to our needs. Too bad it rained. We didn't get to enjoy the hot tub. However, we did enjoy the wine. These owners at the epitome of hosts for a B&B. Try it. You'll love it.
My husband and I had a wonderful time, along with some great food, at the Foxfield Inn. Mary Pat and John could not have been more accomodating. My husband is still talking about the Eggs Benedict Mary Pat served on Sunday. As furniture collectors, we marvelled at John's handmade dressers, beds, and kitchen cabinets. Every couple owes it to themselves to escape to the Foxfield Inn.
Just got back from two days in Charlottesville at the Foxfield Inn. It was lovely. Our room was just as advertised on their website: spotlessly clean, attractive, comfortable with a big bathroom and a pretty view. Mary Pat is a terrific cook - her morning muffins were the best I've ever had ... especially today's warm lemon raspberry muffins. She went way above the call of duty whipping up customized breakfasts to meet the specific desires of my picky-eater-husband. Omelets and fruit and meat and those glorious muffins - it kept us going for hours of touring during the day. She and John both made every effort to meet everyone's needs and keep everyone perfectly comfortable. The grounds are lovely, too, with a big hot tub and a screened gazebo, a water garden to admire and hummingbirds to watch. The location was great for visiting Charlottesville and Monticello - just a short, pretty ride out of town and 15 minutes from everything. You won't go wrong here - The Foxfield is terrific.
First Bed and Breakfast Experience the Best!!
The Foxfield Inn was our first bed and breakfast
experience. We started with the best! Hosts John and Mary Pat Hulburt made our first wedding
anniversary most memorable!!
Fabulous Foxfield Inn
It is always a pleasure to find a bed and breakfast that provides everything we could dream of! My husband and I enjoyed our lovely stay in Charlottesville, but the topping on the delicious cake was our warm, friendly and extremely pleasant stay at the Foxfield Inn. It is impossible to forget the fabulous homemade cookies, the wonderful breakfast and the amazing hospitality of Mary Pat and John, not to mention the excellent restaurants they referred us to! The screened gazebo was the epitome of relaxation, giving us the perfect place to catch up on a little reading. The room was just perfect! We definitely will remember this B & B as one of our favorites!
The ultimate in personal attention!
Mary Pat and John make you feel like house guests. They go out of their way to make every aspect of your stay perfect. The accommodations are comfortable and spotless. Homemade furniture and tasteful decor. Breakfasts are delicious. But it is the personal attention that really sets this B&B apart from the rest. Afternoon wine in the hot tub, excellent reading light in the rooms and the common areas, beautiful gazebo and gardens, detailed recommendations for dinner along with directions, homemade cookies and a great selection of teas and cold water available all day long, ideas for hikes and things to do, places to go, the best routes to drive home. It goes on and on. Foxfield Inn is a winner.
Splendid weekend in Charlottesville
The house was beautiful. We had great breakfasts. The hosts were wonderful in making sure we felt at home. The use of the hot tub and in-room jacuzzi topped the stay.
An outstanding B&B!
My wife and I recently returned from a visit to Virginia, including a stay in Charlottesville, home of Monticello --home to Thomas Jefferson-- and the Jefferson-designed University of Virginia. I am happy to recommend without any exceptions the bed and breakfast Foxfield Inn. When people pour their hearts into running an exceptional B&B, they deserve all the referrals they can get.This inn is located on the north side of Charlottesville, away from the busy city but not too far away. Its countryside setting only adds to the charm. Making it unsusual is that all five bedrooms are on ground level.Mary Pat and John Hulbert operate this B&B, and if ever one felt like one was as at home in a B&B as in his own home, it will be here. The website tells you all about it and has pictures of all the rooms. You can believe everything you read and see. They also are part of the Webervation online reservations system, the easiest and fastest online booking system I've seen. You can instantly see if the room you want is available on the night you want. Rooms range from $150-190, with discounts available for business travelers.But what you don't see is all the personal touches and extras, right down to the option of preserving natural resources by opting for made-up bed as opposed to fresh bed each day. I like that. Everywhere you turn you can see that John and Mary Pat are thorough hosts who love B&B ownership-operation.A 24/7 refreshment bar with free popcorn, teas, coffees, hot chocolate, bottled water, jelly beans (yea!) and Mary Pat's homemade cookies is wonderful. Or keep your own stuff in the mini-fridge.In the sun room is a TV, newspapers, and a dedicated phone line for guest use, including a data port. Out back is a Hot Springs hot tub big enough for 8 , a furnished patio for relaxing and a screened-in gazebo for quiet reading or solace.And if you're REALLY lucky, you'll catch this inn on a day when the dimunitive Mary Pat is riding the John Deer lawn tractor with her orange ear protectors on--what a fun sight!My wife and I chose the Garden Room, one of two with a Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom (by the way, candles furnished by the inn!). The room was beautiful, quiet and relaxing.Well, I already sound like an advertisement, but really I'm just a very satsifed customer of two people who have worked hard to create the best B&B I've ever stayed in.
Loved the Foxfield Inn
I recently spent my first trip to a bed and breakfast at the Foxfield Inn. My girlfriend and I spent Valentine's weekend at the Inn. All I can say is that I am a very particular person, however, the Foxfield Inn gave me not a single thing to complain about. They provided everything we could have wanted or needed. Whether it was from the sunroom complete with TV, cable, DVD and CD player or the cozy sitting room complete with fireplace and piano, I felt as if I was home. My girlfriend and I had thought about staying at a major resort, but when we met the owners, John and Mary Pat, and saw how they cared for their guests, we were hooked. On our way to our room, we passed the fully stocked coffee bar. The bar was equipped with a refrigerator for any food or delicious wines you may purchase while in the area. We looked in the cabinet above the sink and saw a microwave and a mini-fridge stocked with bottled water. Below that was a collection of any kind of tea you could think of....all free for the taking! We got to our room and were taken with the relaxing view out of the baby window. The four post bed which was hand crafted by John and the remote controlled fireplace by the bed cried out for our attention. We looked in the bathroom which was equipped with not only a standup shower but a two person jacuzzi, which I've got to tell you left me more relaxed than I have been in a long time. Unfortunately, it was snowy and rainy that weekend so we didn't choose to use the outdoor hottub which was provided, but we may try that on our next visit. I don't want to bore you with any more details, but I would suggest that you visit the Inn on your own. If you do, tell them Ryan sent you....if you like relaxation, you won't regret it.