The Stanardsville area offers a wide variety of accommodations for a weekend tour or extended vacation, ranging from historic Victorian-style inns to rustic cabins, country vacation homes, mountain cottages, formal apartments, and including the unusual options of a yurt, tree house, or caboose. All feature beautiful settings in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains or overlook river valleys and luscious pasture in Greene County.
The newly constructed wedding / event Barn at Edgewood Farm offers two fully furnished one-bedroom loft apartments, accessed by a stairway. Each apartment has its own separate entrance with a private sundeck and views of surrounding pastureland and mountains. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and woodlands, and fish in the well-stocked pond. The Barn is located near the owners’ farm house at 1017 Beazley Rd. in Stanardsville. Host Julie Winslow can be contacted by clicking website above.
This unique property offers a variety of lodging 2,000 feet up in the Blue Ridge Mountains on Pocossan Mountain Rd., a few miles west of Stanardsville. Lodging choices include a mountain yurt, an Airstream tree house, an 1,100 sqft woodland house that sleeps eight, and the lower level of the main farmhouse with greenhouse attached. Contact owner Whitt Ledford at airbnb link above.
Located in Dyke at 2390 Brokenback Mountain Rd., the Chesley Creek offers four romantic cabins nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge. Contact owner Chuck Swinney at 866-709-9292 or 434-985-3594.
Fairhill Farm offers the luxury of unique vacation properties, a private country house and two cottages, overlooking 300 acres of picturesque South River Valley in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Stanardsville. Host Ambassador Alton Keel can be reached at 434-985-9504.
Heavenly Acres, located just north of Stanardsville on Rte. 230, at 2010 Madison Rd., offers 80 acres of campground with premium cabins, hook-ups for RV’s, and accommodation in renovated train cabooses. Open mid-March through first weekend in November. Contact owners Gary and Jan Schneider, or Hosts Tom and Helen Wallace, at 434-985-6601, or e-mail email@example.com.
Occupies one of the most historic buildings in Stanardsville, located at 146 Main Street. The handsome three-story brick building with wrap-around porch was built in 1841 and has served many uses over the years, including a hospital during the Civil War. It is now a B&B offering six luxury suites with private entrance and bathroom. Owners Alan and Kaye Pyle “invite you and your family to write your own history, creating treasured memories at The Lafayette.” Contact Alan or Kaye at 434-985-6345.
Lydia Mountain Cabins offers secluded log cabins and upscale rustic charm in the mountains four miles west of Stanardsville. Weddings are scheduled nearly every weekend at the mountain-top Pavilion with gorgeous views of the South River valley. The office is located at 426 Mountain Laurel Pass in Lydia. Contact manager, Tina Dean, at 434-531-5580, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rosebrook Inn B&B offers six guest bedrooms with private baths and spacious decks to relax and enjoy the surrounding mountain views. The Inn also features a central gathering room with TV, a large dining room, and a fully equipped kitchen available for guests’ use. The building was originally built in 1923 as an Industrial School and was purchased by the U.S. Government in the 1930’s for use as a resettlement camp for some of the families displaced from the Blue Ridge Mountains when Shenandoah National Park was created. The Inn is located at 1026 Rosebrook Rd. Contact owners Mike and Cory Skeens at 434-990-0561 or 434-985-7976.