History-Making Romance in the Shenandoah
Historic Rosemont Manor • Berryville, VA
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe Guest Room ($329) or a Luxury Suite ($379)
- Picnic Lunch for Two
- Vineyard Tour for Two
- Innkeeper's Reception
Do your post-holiday weeks feel like reruns? (Yeah, we wouldn't DVR our lives in February either.) Make a little history with this Escape to Historic Rosemont Manor: two nights for two in a deluxe guest room ($329) or a luxury suite ($379) with picnic lunch and vineyard tour included.
This gorgeous Southern mansion is the former home of legendary Virginia Governor and US Senator Harry Byrd, Sr. -- but you don't have to make a campaign contribution to stay in suites where presidents from Eisenhower to Kennedy to Nixon came for some executive R&R.
Only an hour's drive from DC, Rosemont is a secluded world away, nestled on 60 acres of tranquil Shenandoah countryside and only recently opened to the public after two centuries of housing this country's most celebrated leaders. With its elegant but relaxed suites, gourmet breakfasts, and superior service, Rosemont will have you feeling like a VIP. (Locals still talk about JFK's presidential helicopter landing on the east lawn.)
Mull a major decision -- like where to go for dinner -- while relaxing in the Churchill Suite's oversized soaking tub. (Yes, the cigar-chomping Prime Minister was a guest of the Byrds' in Richmond while Harry was Virginia's governor). Foodies rave about The Battletown Inn, "a jewel of a restaurant" featuring new takes on Southern favorites like green tomatoes with jumbo crab and salt-cured Virginia ham, or shrimp and grits with aged Vermont cheddar.
Walk the Rosemont estate grounds where famed aviator Charles Lindbergh quail hunted with Governor Byrd. Try your hand at a round of blackjack in the brand-new Hollywood Casino, or hop aboard a World War II plane and go for a spin at the local airport. Take a tour of one of the many sacred battlefield sites led by expert Civil War guides and great storytellers, or attend a Civil War reenactment in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. We might not take a bullet for Rosemont, but it gets high approval ratings from us.
"Each room has its own character and theme, but all are comfortable, cozy, and welcoming. The rooms are named after famous individuals who have stayed at Rosemont over the last 200 years (Einstein, Lindbergh, Kennedy, Nixon, Johnson...)"-- Trip Advisor
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the fine print
- Limit 1 voucher per room per reservation
- Rooms are subject to availability and must be reserved in advance within a 60 day window
- Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 7 days applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Either package is for 2 nights and is for 2 people (must be 21 or older)
- Valid January 2011 through March 2011 and November through December 2011: Tu-Wd, Th-Fr, Sa-Su; Valid April through September 2011: Mo-Tu, We-Th
- Not valid for February 12th or 13th, 2011 or the month of October
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