L Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast
What We Love
- A room or suite at a Provençal-inspired B&B with an award-winning restaurant, including extrasThe channeling of the Provençale spirit: fleur de sel from Camargue, herbal aromatherapy in the showers, crisp rose on summer nights...
- The location in the Shenandoahs, among the vineyards of wine country and horseback-riding trails
- The Jardin-to-table restaurant, La Table Provençale, which won an OpenTable Diners’ Choice 2015
- The complimentary half-bottle of wine, dining credit and daily breakfast and afternoon pastries
What To Know
- It's all about the food here; splurge for the five-course Chef's Tasting Menu, you won't be disappointed
- Hit the Sitting Room (in the Main Manor House) before dinner for complimentary seasonal drinks and snacks like mulled apple cider, hot chocolate, pastries and homemade cookies
- Gourmet picnic baskets are available and perfect for taking on a tour of a local winery or arboretum
- Free WiFi is super slow
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Located in White Post, L Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast is close to State Arboretum of Virginia and Dinosaur Land. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Duvall Designs Gallery and Burwell-Morgan Mill.
Make yourself at home in one of the 14 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access is available. Bathrooms with showers are provided.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of L Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
beautiful setting, gracious hosts and a wonderful time. we enjoyed a wonderful meal in the bar on Friday and two fabulous breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday. With the recommendation of our hostess, we went to Kernstown Battlefield and explored downtown Winchester. Great B&B - all amenities, well appointed and we will definitely consider a stay again.
Our family of 3 recently stayed in Room 4 of this French-inspired B&B in the middle-of-nowhere, VA. Great location if you want to get away from it all, not so great if you want to use it as a base to see and do stuff, e.g. Shenandoah NP north entrance is 40 min drive away. The room and bathroom were spacious, but a little worn and tired and could use a refresh. The inn is on a nice expansive property with lots of trees and an herb garden, but we were surprised to hear that the pool we were expecting to find based on pictures was actually 3 miles away. Breakfast was lavish, with an assortment of different delicious French breads/pastries each day, and various made-to-order choices. We did not like their requirement of weekend guests being forced to eat dinner in their restaurant on at least 1 night, especially as 2 of us are vegetarian. When we discussed this with them ahead of time, they assured us they could accommodate our diets. But, when we actually sat down to eat, they weren't able do do anything other than offer us the 1 vegetarian entree on the menu - grilled vegetables - which was tasty, but hardly our idea of a complete entree. The $200 bill at the end for 3 of us (including almost $50 for a drink each) did not sit well either .
To begin, the location is phenomenal. The vistas as you drive in, the grounds and house... homey yet classic. The office is set behind the main house and is just so inviting. My room is perfectly sized and well appointed with gorgeous views of the garden and the mountains in the distance. I enjoyed my first meal in the bistro and was impressed by the wine list and a menu that seemed more sophisticated than the name “bistro” implies. I began with the Burrata which was incredibly smooth and beautifully presented. My entree was the Scallops with pea purée... the dish was again beautifully presented, scallops perfectly cooked and the purée was amazing. I was lucky enough to have a tasting assortment of desserts and I was absolutely wowed by the decadent and imaginative ending to an already incredible meal. This a hidden gem in a gorgeous, out of the way setting and it’s absolutely worth the trip.