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We invite you to completely relax. Stroll through formal boxwood gardens or wander woods and fields where wildlife abounds. Watch bluebirds flitter from fence to fence or hummingbirds hover around the back porch gardens. Admire horses grazing on the knoll. Cool off with summertime wading in the Robinson River. Bicycle down surrounding country lanes.
Stake your claim on the ever-popular red Adirondack chairs that face spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Comfortable chairs and rockers line both levels of the expansive back porches, providing peaceful respites for sipping afternoon tea, reading a novel or watching breathtaking mountain sunsets.
Inside the grand Colonial mansion where plantation 9-over-9 windows look out over old Virginia boxwoods, grand and rare trees, lush gardens and ancient brick sidewalks, you will find plenty of private nooks for reading, writing or quiet contemplation. Or join other guests for pleasant conversation in the parlor where Thomas Jefferson and General Lafayette were frequent visitors. Romantic accommodations are provided in 10 elegantly appointed rooms and suites located in both the Manor house and other buildings on the property.
The ambiance of our Virginia restaurant at The Inn at Meander Plantation, located in the historic 1766 estate manor house, is surpassed only by the exquisite cuisine. The main dining room, with its elegant proportions, slate floor, colonial fireplace, fine art, hand woven Persian rug and high ceilings, set the stage for a memorable fine dining experience. Exceptional modern American cuisine, excellent service and carefully selected Virginia wines make dining at our Virginia bed and breakfast a fabulous culinary experience.