|Charlottesville's Downtown Historic Pedestrian Mall|
A growing number of guests are taking advantage of a chance to just "go local", as I like to call it. This is especially true during their second or third visits, after they have checked the mandatory attractions such as Monticello and The Rotunda off of their lists. To experience the region on a deeper level, you can just set off in any direction, slow down, and discover. You may chance upon one of the many successful wineries that encircle the Inn. Stop in a local gourmet grocer and grab a fresh sandwich or salad to enjoy on an overlook or at a picnic table in a vineyard. Visit a local antique shop, artisan studio, or art gallery. Avoid the Charlottesville crowds and check out a local bookshop in Crozet or a meal at a famous family run pizzeria. Check out one of the local apple and peach orchards to sample local flavor. The quintiessential local experience for you may be to try a sampling of beer at one of many of the craft breweries in the area, many of which are also serving some very interesting dishes from their kitchens. If you have been out and about all day you may need an afternoon nap before tackling the local music scene, and there is always a local selection for your ears available.
All of your senses will be engaged here. Slow down and breath it all in, and we'll see you soon!
The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm (Near Charlottesville, VA )
6051 Sugar Hollow Road Crozet, VA 22932
Phone Toll Free: 866-566-7388
Awarded the Certificate of Excellence and Selected for Travelers' Choice Award Top B&B Inns in America by TripAdvisor.com