Historic Rosemont Manor
What We Love
- A historic Shenandoah Valley mansion, with breakfast, vineyard passes and moreTasting the gourmet-friendly perks that come with your stay, including breakfast and welcome reception
- Adding your name to the list of guests who’ve visited here – FDR, Kennedy, Eisenhower, Lindbergh and Einstein, to name just a few
- The gracious and peaceful setting, just an hour outside of D.C.
What To Know
- The hotel has twelve individually decorated rooms and suites
- Free WiFi is provided, but there are no TVs
- Make time for "Manor House Tea" which features tea from a local producer
If Historic Rosemont Manor had kept a guest ledger throughout its more than 200 years, the book might be sitting in a museum today. The TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning hotel’s roster of previous visitors reads like a who’s-who of American-history icons. It includes not just seven presidents, Kennedy and FDR among them, but Charles Lindbergh and Albert Einstein. Even more impressively, such a book would comprise but a page in the property’s past. You could write a treatise on this Georgian mansion’s aristocratic owners, military importance and social scene – and indeed, someone already has.
Why the prestige? Part of it’s surely the former residence’s D.C.-accessible address (its 60 Shenandoah Valley-facing acres sit less than an hour from the bustling capital) and part of it’s the graciousness that comes with such a setting. Berryville is a cradle of Southern gentility, and beyond the Grand Portico’s fluted Doric columns are richly appointed accommodations, featuring details like mahogany four-poster beds, gold-leaf wallpaper or double-headed showers. Each of these honors an iconic guest from that list, so stay in one, and keep history alive.
The accommodations at Historic Rosemont Manor are individually decorated to honor the legacy of the many American-history icons they’re named for, each of whom has previously graced the property’s gracious grounds. This elaborate tribute entails rich appointments, with upholstery that might include velvet or brocade and furnishings that might include a mahogany four-poster bed, double-headed shower or balcony. Upgrade from the Standard to Deluxe room, for added comfort.
Amenities- Snacks and bottled water- Private en-suite bathrooms- Queen-sized, pillow-top mattress- Deluxe Comfort-Loft pillows- Special makeup-removal towels- Private Rosemont label bath products from Greenwich Bay Soaps- Plush bathrobes- Hair dryers- Luggage racks- Irons and ironing boards- Daily room housekeeping- Individual climate control- Guest directories- Complimentary Wi-Fi- Spa services (fees apply and must be arranged in advance)
Berryville is in rural Virginia’s Clarke County, and while you’re in town, you can partake in all the proper country pleasures. There’s plenty of choice in the way of golf, ballooning, fruit-picking and horseback riding, and if you’d rather continue your Rosemont Manor history lesson, you can visit a local museum or battlefield.
How to Get There
I had a tea party with some friends and it was amazing and elegant. The first part was the tour that was the first time I had seen the house it was so much bigger than I expected. It is beautiful not one thing out of place, and the tea party was phenomenal the waitresses are amazing they came at just the right time to give us tea and are so patient with us. The only thing I would change though is the chicken sandwich, it was a bit sweet but other than that everything was great.
My fiancé and I spent two nights at Rosemont Manor in January while visiting the Shenandoah Valley area and it did not disappoint. This was a first experience for both of us at a B&B and we were both impressed. Upon arriving, we were greeted by Marta who helped us check in and made us feel very welcome. Both mornings Brandon served an amazing breakfast, and Suzanne was around on Saturday to greet us in the afternoon when we can back to relax for a bit. The staff here is extremely helpful and goes out of their way to make you feel at home, something we really appreciated. The home is beautiful and full of history! We couldn’t have asked for a better weekend, and hopefully we will be able to return again in the future!
About 4 years ago, I attended one of their Spring tea parties with my then 14-yr-old daughter. After many years asking to go back, she bought us tickets to go to their Christmas Tea this year. It was so worth it! The manor was beautifully decorated for the holidays and the tour was as interesting as always. The history of the manor is fascinating, including the many visits by U.S. Presidents over the years. This time, we were also able to see the rooms inside the manor and they were impressively appointed. Of course, the tea and treats were absolutely delicious as well, and the staff very friendly and helpful. Can't wait to go back again!