Get away. Play. Whether you are looking for a relaxing weekend getaway or an active tennis or outdoor adventure, the newly opened Crossed Racquets Inn at Twin Gates offers an elegant intimate setting where guests feel like they’re visiting family in the country.Tucked into the beautiful, tranquil Northern Shenandoah Valley, our inn is located in the quaint historic village of Millwood. Antique shops, the still operating 1785 Burwell-Morgan Mill, and our local gourmet and wine market, Locke Modern Country Store, are just down the street. Just a little few minutes away by car are vineyards, more antique shops, Civil War battlefields, numerous restaurants, historic home & museum tours, foxhunting, horseback riding and equestrian events, and the 700-acre State Arboretum of Virginia, as well as plentiful opportunties for hiking, biking, golf, tubing, canoeing, and kayaking. If you are a tennis enthusiast, our unique niche is our tennis programming for all skill levels. Dr. Tim Harvey, Co-Proprietor, can provide seasonal tennis retreats and private or group lessons on nearby outdoor courts, as well as coaching, strategy and Sport Psychology Consultations. For more information call 540-837-1901.
The American Historical Inns journal named L’Auberge Provencale as “One of the top 10 most romantic inns.” The renowned French cuisine and inn is owned and operated by a fourth generation innkeeper and chef. Located near White Post, Virginia in an 18th century stone house, the inn offers exquisite dining, elegant overnight accommodations and an overall hospitable atmosphere that combines the very best of Virginia and France. For more information call 540-837-1375 or toll free at 800-638-1702.
This nearly 200-year-old historic ante bellum style mansion was formerly owned by the first High Sheriff of Clarke County and later by U.S. Senator Harry F. Byrd, Sr. Rosemont is specifically tailored for weddings, corporate retreats, and other similarly private events. No less than 5 U.S. Presidents have spent time at Rosemont and in addition world notables such as Winston Churchill and Albert Einstein have visited this truly historic home. For more information call 540-955-2834.