The Charlottesville Lodging Guide

Whether you’re seeking a stylish downtown hotel, an intimate inn, or a peaceful retreat close to the wineries, Charlottesville’s lodging accommodations offer it all. Here are some of our favorite places to recommend to those visiting town or locals looking for a staycation.

Quirk Hotel (499 West Main Street). A highly “Instagrammable” hotel that has won multiple awards for their design, best for those that want to me “close to the action” of the University and downtown Charlottesville. With amenities like an upscale restaurant, rooftop bar, coffee shop, and art gallery, you may never want to venture out—but please do!

Oakhurst Inn (122 Oakhurst Circle). A small, well-appointed inn nestled in a residential neighborhood close to the university.

Waterperry Farm (4284 Ballards Mill Road, Free Union). This luxurious inn located just 20 minutes from downtown Charlottesville, is the perfect escape. Pristine gardens and Blue Ridge Mountain views offer the ideal respite from the hustle and bustle.

Keswick Hall (701 Club Drive, Keswick). After undergoing a complete restoration, this luxury resort is a world unto its own with state-of-the-art guest rooms, a showstopping horizon pool, a signature restaurant helmed by world-renowned chef Jean-Georges, and a Pete Dye-designed golf course.

The Farmhouse at Veritas (72 Saddleback Farm #2324, Afton). An eight-room bed and breakfast located on the stunning property of Veritas Vineyard and Winery. Built c. 1836, the Farmhouse epitomizes southern charm complete with modern luxury amenities.

Boar’s Head Resort (200 Ednam Drive). Only minutes from the University and a quick drive downtown, this family friendly resort has it all—nature trails, tennis, golf, swimming and world-class dining.