- A Two-Night Stay for Two in the Harriman, Norris, or Einstein Rooms ($249)
- Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in the Byrd's Study, Johnson, or Lindbergh Rooms ($299)
- Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in the Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, or Churchill Suites ($349)
- Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in the Byrd's Nest Cottage ($399)
- Daily Breakfast for Two
- Pair of Passes to Two Area Vineyards
- Wine and Cheese Reception on Arrival
- Valid for Check-Ins on Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Saturdays from Now until March 2, 2013 and November 19 through December 21, 2013; Valid for Check-Ins on Mondays and Wednesdays from March 4, 2013 through November 13, 2013
Nicknamed "The Big Valley," the Shenandoah spans nearly 200 miles of verdant terrain throughout the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains. Scenic byways give way to a topographical mélange of woodlands, wineries, farmsteads, and undulating mountain ranges that transform with each change of season. Beyond providing a breathtaking setting for major events in American history—from early pioneer days through the Civil War—a host of wildlife calls the region home, making it a place beloved by nature lovers and history buffs alike.
At the Historic Rosemont Manor, retrace the steps of former Virginia Governor and US Senator Harry Byrd, Sr., the estate's previous owner. Stride with the confidence of former guest John Wayne into the 200-year-old manor, which boasts 12 unique guest rooms (many named for presidents who once visited the property) with private baths, magnificent views, and distinctive architecture.
While modern amenities like Wi-Fi access, individual climate control, 420-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, and private-label bath products may be anachronistic, they ensure your every need is met. Set upon 60 acres, the meticulously manicured grounds—their beauty inspiring many area brides to put the manor on their short list of venues—comprise a lush lawn, grand portico, and rustic carriage house.
Fill up your tank and wind along the historic 105-mile Skyline Drive, stopping to take postcard-worthy photos along the way. Or, explore the region by foot with a hike at nearby Snickers Gap. If your appetite for history is matched only by your taste for good food and drink, make time for meals at The Berryville Grille (try Heidi's meatloaf and other classic comfort foods) or the Battletown Inn, which offers a Southern fine-dining experience of local, seasonal ingredients.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON January 9, 2019
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON January 10, 2014
Historic Rosemont Manor
Historic Grace and Grandeur in Virginia