The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm

Address: 6051 Sugar Hollow Road, Crozet, Virginia, 22905, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 6051 Sugar Hollow Road, Crozet, is near King Family Vineyards.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm Crozet

    Peace and Quiet in the Virginia Countryside


    I spent a weekend here and highly recommend it. The accommodations were wonderful, and the innkeepers couldn't have been nicer.

    Peace and Tranquility


    We were looking for a couple days away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, a place to relax and enjoy each other... The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm was perfect! The rooms are beautifully decorated, the grounds are lovely and well kept, and the food is outstanding! We enjoyed visiting with the Inn owners and other guests at breakfast, but felt like we were the only people around the rest of the day... it was fabulous!. The wineries are a treat to visit and the countryside is beautiful.

    The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm


    The Inn at Sugar Hollow is an absolutely fantastic B&B. Attention to detail is outsanding, down to having slippers in your room. The decor and furnishings are absolutely beautiful. Haden and Dick are very accommodating and interesting Innkeepers. Margie is a gem. Who would have ever thought that you would find such a treasure down this windy road and over two one-lane bridges? This is one of the best B&B in the USA.

    A perfect getaway


    Just drive a few minutes toward the mountains, and there is the perfect getaway at the Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm. The charming rooms, the beautiful surroundings and the delicious food are just a backdrop for the delightful guests and the very caring Innkeepers we experienced. Even if you live just down the road, it's the perfect getaway!

    Spectacular Inn at the foot of the Blue Ridge


    The Inn and surrounding farm are absolutely lovely, with a beautiful flowing stream, exquisite gardens and a breathtaking valley setting. It is the perfect escape, with access to local vineyards, ballooning, and hiking. With all the amenities, a perfect way to enjoy nature without having to sacrifice life's little luxuries. A fantastic experience!

    Remember what's important in life!!!


    Sugar Hollow Farm is a wonderful weekend get-away! If you enjoy nature, great food, wine and lots of comfort, Sugar Hollow can't be beat.

    From check in until check out, we could not find fault with anything. The rooms were large and spotless (no pets or smoking) with every personal consideration already taken care of. The innkeepers were very helpful with everything from hiking, wine tours, area events and restaurants to a family emergency.

    This is the place to go when you need to remember what is important in life!!!

    A Great Getaway


    The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm is a wonderful place to stay. It is located in a beautiful spot with a gorgeous view of the mountains. The innkeepers make every effort to make your stay as special as possible, from robes in the rooms to a delicious country breakfast in the morning. I would highly recommend this inn to anyone who wants an exceptional place of retreat.

    Great scenery


    Beautiful scenery in the middle of the mountains - we saw deer and a bear on the premises. We've stayed at 5-10 b & b's and this is by far the best view and outdoor experience we've had. It's close to the Shenandoah National Park and hiking. It's also close to Charlottesville for those who need a city. There are many small town restaurants in the area with great food - the b & b gives good advice and directions. The innkeepers are very nice and helpful.

    Sugar Hollow is the Best!


    The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm is the best Inn we've ever stayed in. From the most relaxing atmosphere both inside and out, beautifully decorated rooms, the best mattress in the world, super hosts and excelleant food it's a paradise you will love just waiting for you. You cannot go wrong! It's relaxation at it's finest.

    A Perfect Retreat


    A wonderful inn that I will recommend without hesitation. Stunning wooded location only about 10-15 minutes drive from Charlottesville, and SO worth the trip -- rooms have views to die for, not another building in sight, and there's even a deck for stargazing. Beautiful rooms (better than the website pictures), several with fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs. Having stayed in the nicest room of all (the Wildflower) I'm completely spoiled and would always try to get it again, but the others are very nicely done too. Every possible thoughtful touch is included -- bathrobes and slippers, a bath pillow, CD player wafting soft music in your room when you check in, carefully constructed firewood ready to light, coffee and sodas in the kitchenette in the hall, even a teddy bear to keep you company. Good website that allows you to check availability and look at pictures of the rooms; you'll also see why it's completely booked in foliage season. A real romantic treat!

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm Crozet

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Crozet

    "Jefferson Pooped Here..." And Bankrupt Presidents

    A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 12, 2015

    13 photos

    ... Monroe. His home, known as Highland, was much smaller and simpler than Jefferson's, but still impressive for its time, especially the tree-lined approach. It was getting close to Laura's nap time, so I toured the estate while Michelle let Laura run around the grounds in order to tire herself out.

    Because Jefferson was a close friend and mentor, Monroe purchased 1,000 acres next to Monticello in 1793 and began construction on Highland. Six years later, he moved ...

    The first of many national parks

    A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 06, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... in bloom yet) and the long drive ahead, we only drove 40 miles of it and ducked out to get back on the highway. Good thing, too, because her Dad and stepmom could have dinner with us at a reasonable (European?) time. Thanks for the yummy, wholesome dinner Karen!

    AND, we got to sleep in their new bed. We got a GOOD night's sleep and a massage the next morning to ease the achy back from sitting for 12 hours. YES!


    A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Oct 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... these days so much and so often. When you travel and explore and do all day for several days, things like correspondence, paying bills, doing laundry, planning all need catching up on – see there is responsibility in this way of life too – not much though!!! Our adventures take many turns, as whilst parked we heard that a weather front from Canada was on it’s way and snow and minus temperatures were predicted – NOT in the ...

    Crozet Chiles orchard

    A travel blog entry by thythekat on Oct 06, 2013

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    Roadtrip take 1 continued...

    A travel blog entry by aliceporter5 on Jul 28, 2013

    4 photos

    ... granted when we filmed a tasting with the owner of Maker's Mark himself. Bill Samuels described the family's story of how they made bourbon and when he described his father's view of their venture with bourbon, that 'he was rather fail than continue with mediocrity' I found it admirably poignant. I have to confess I'd prefer bourbon in a cocktail but give it a couple more weeks and it maybe a different story. Even watching the bottling process with each bottle ...