Life Long Memories Are Made…
Stay near Historic Presidential Estates, Wineries & Breweries in rural Virginia at this distinctive B&B, which was rebuilt from an original 1901 Church.
Deep in the heart of Central Virginia, bucolic farmland supporting horse country and boutique vineyards, craft breweries and are set against a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Here, Charlottesville brings the vibrancy of a college town offbeat music, food, young people, and all to the rolling countryside. The city hasn't lost touch with its Southern roots or historic legacy, but it still manages to embrace the creative energy swirling around the University of Virginia. After all, the Charlottesville area has always been a place for revolutionary thinkers, with Monticello and Montpelier both nearby.
The Ebenezer House Bed & Breakfast
Good things come in small packages, and the proof is in Madison, Virginia, just 17 miles from Charlottesville. Here, the historic Ebenezer House Bed & Breakfast has no shortage of charm. Built in 1901 in Culpeper, this former Methodist church was moved and reassembled in Madison in 1984. You'll be welcomed upon arrival and shown to your cozy guest room, where you'll find antique furnishings and family heirlooms. Start your day with a country buffet breakfast, then set out to explore Central Virginia's historic landmarks Ebenezer is a member of the Inns at Montpelier, so make sure to save time for a visit. Setting in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Madison County, near the Rapidan River.
Hiking, Driving & History
Less than a mile off Route 29, the B&B is also 20 minutes from Shenandoah National Park. "Stretching for more than 100 miles through Virginia," says Southern Living, "Shenandoah National Park has lured generations of nature lovers with its gorgeous mountain vistas, winding hiking trails, and tumbling waterfalls." Not up for the hike, take a drive through Sky Line Drive along the park. Seven miles away is James Madison's Montpelier, to which you can get tour tickets at discounted price. Begin learning about Madison's sizable contribution to the Constitution in the visitors' center, then proceed to the main house and sprawling grounds. If you can't get enough presidential history, you can make the 30-minute drive to see Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate or Ashlawn home of James Monroe.
The Ebenezer House is Licensed, Permitted, Certificated and Insured Bed & Breakfast with all local and state and national agencies.
What to Expect
The house was beautifully renovated into a Bed & Breakfast and appointed with family antiques in 2000 by the innkeeper, Doris McIntosh-Webb. The Great Room with a wood burning stove consists of a formal living room, library with game table and a formal dining room opening on to the downstairs deck with a pond.
A 1900 square foot addition was built in 2008 in keeping with the original building’s style and history. The addition houses staff quarters and a handicap room for guests with disabilities.
The Ebenezer House is located in Central Virginia’s Piedmont Valley.
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