About the Berryville Inn
The Berryville Inn is a 1910 era mansion, celebrating its 1st Century birthday with a 2010 February Marti Gras party. The original period architecture presents a non-fussy, well proportioned gracious home, faced by a large, columned front porch of vintage rattan furniture for your comfort in watching the world go by (while perhaps sipping a Black Cow or Mimosa); three spacious 10' ceiling guest rooms; two bright, airy floors of century old heart pine; outdoor dining spots surrounded by landscaped gardens, nooks for intimate conversations & day dreaming; a gazebo for relaxing and checking out the variety of birds and active wildlife. The sumptuous European library and dining rooms provide for your 24/7 relaxation, sharing travel stories with fellow guests, WiFi, enjoying books & games from the generous Library.
Irresistible gourmet breakfasts
Breakfast starts with coffee and tea, featuring local Black Dog coffee on the 2nd floor just outside your guestroom door; followed by dining room offerings of first course seasonal fresh fruit, organic cereals, juices & Greek yogurt. The gourmet kitchen's culinary delights of savory and sweet concoctions use locally sourced produce, seasonal fruits & the Inn's herbs. Our Inn foodies love to cook, so please enjoy unique signature dishes i.e. Janet's Benedict Panini of melted Provolone & Virginia Ham, topped by a jumbo Poached Egg & Hollandaise Sauce, dressed with chopped chives or sage; or lavender lemon pound cake, topped with a berry coulis & real whipped cream. We believe that our third course dessert is an integral part of breakfast!
Our earth-friendly, fragrance-free B & B uses many green practices, i.e. the unscented laundry care of our high thread count luxury linens that conceal our extra high plush mattresses, European feather beds and eider-down duvets. Exceptional guest amenities include soft spa robes, extra pillows, organic toiletries, hair dryers and iron, Wifi, ice water and morning coffee/tea in our guest rooms. Local organic produce, supplemented by the Inn's fruits and herbs, are used in season; recycling and composting are standard practice.