• A One-Night Stay for Two in the Lookout, Overlook, Snuggery, or Point Rooms ($159)
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Farmhouse Suite ($199)
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Hawthorn Suite ($265)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Farmhouse Suite, Sundays through Thursdays ($340)
• Daily Two-Course Gourmet Breakfast for Two
• $50 Spa Credit Toward a Massage, Facial, Paraffin Treatment, or Body Treatment
• $25 Credit for the Dining Room
• Two Signature Welcome Drinks
An hour's drive from the city named for his older brother, Charles Washington founded his own community of Charles Town, West Virginia, in 1786. In the intervening years, the city has become a hub for heritage tourism and horse racing, with a revitalized downtown district and an expanded race track attracting visitors from all across the mid-Atlantic states. Nearby Harpers Ferry brims with Civil War history and scenic beauty, too.
Though located in his brother's namesake town, the Hillbrook Inn happens to occupy the first piece of land George Washington ever purchased. This English Tudor country house contains elegant guest rooms as well as Cottage Suites and Gatehouse Suites on the estate. Two companion properties also offer spacious Farmhouse Suites and Hawthorn Suites. Décor like Oriental rugs, and rich hues evoke sophistication and comfort in all accommodations. And each morning, you'll be served two-course gourmet breakfasts.
See West Virginia the way the Washington brothers would remember it with a trip to historic Charles Town, or stroll around picturesque Harpers Ferry, a prominent site throughout the Civil War era. Back at the inn, indulge in spa treatments like a massage or facial at the Gate House Spa. Before turning in for the night, you can sit down to a delicious dinner at the upscale dining room. Decadent prix-fixe menus are prepared using fresh local ingredients and seasonal flavors. Also on site is the Bullskin Tavern, complete with a fireplace and flat-screen TV for cozy evenings.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON May 30, 2020
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History Meets Modern-Day Pampering in West Virginia
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