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INTRODUCING THE "INNS OF CHARLOTTESVILLE"
The newly formed group of bed & breakfasts and inns
offer a wonderful lodging experience in Jefferson's wine country
Charlottesville, September 30, 2015 - The Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau (CACVB) is proud to introduce the "Inns of Charlottesville". This group of area bed & breakfast inns recently formed to promote themselves and the B&B segment of the local lodging industry. All members are inspected, licensed, approved, pay taxes, and conform to high standards of conduct and quality. "Inns of Charlottesville" currently has eleven members and most of them have been local innkeepers for more than five years.
Visitors to the Charlottesville area can enhance their vacation experience by staying at an "Inns of Charlottesville" B&B while visiting nearby area attractions. Early American history buffs might enjoy overnighting at historic properties such as The Inn at Court Square (1785), the Dinsmore House (1800's), The Inn at the Crossroads (1820), Prospect Hill (whose oldest building dates to 1699) or The Inn at Monticello (1856). Those visiting wineries or the Shenandoah National Park might appreciate the convenience of lodging at The Inn at Sugar Hollow, Cedar Spring Inn, Foxfield Inn or Arcady Vineyard B&B - all are close to some of the best area wineries, and Arcady even has its own vines! For those who enjoy city life, restaurants, cafés, and the arts, the Inn at 400 West High is located within a few blocks of the Downtown Mall. And for area residents who have never been tubing on the James, or who want to visit Scottsville, there's High Meadows Vineyard Inn, a Victorian era inn.
Another advantage for those who stay at one of the "Inns of Charlottesville" bed & breakfasts is that they can get to know visitors from all parts of the U.S. and many foreign countries during breakfast or at other times. In addition, members provide great advice and make arrangements for all guests - the Innkeepers in this association are all knowledgeable about local restaurants, music venues, theaters, UVA events, and more.
"We know what true hospitality is", says Kathryn Bundy of Foxfield Inn, "and we want to make our neighbors visit and feel as welcome as those who travel here from afar.
Members of the Inns of Charlottesville
Arcady Vineyard Bed & Breakfast
Cedar Spring Inn
High Meadows Vineyard Inn
Inn at Court Square
Inn at the Crossroads
Inn at 400 West High
Inn at Monticello
Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm
Prospect Hill Plantation Inn Bed & Breakfast
More information can be found at http://innsofcharlottesville.org/.
About the Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau (CACVB):
In addition to serving as the global resource for marketing the tourism assets of Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, through www.visitcharlottesville.org, the CACVB assists tour operators, meeting planners, reunions and other groups in planning visits to the destination. CACVB's mission is "to enhance the economic prosperity of City and County by promoting, selling and marketing the City of Charlottesville and County of Albemarle, as a destination, in pursuit of the meetings and tourism markets." CACVB operates the Downtown Visitor Center (610 E Main St) which is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and a second visitor center, the Albemarle Tourism and Adventure Center downtown Crozet (5791 Three Notch'd Rd), as well as a touch-screen kiosk at Monticello's Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center. The official website of the CACVB is www.visitcharlottesville.org. In addition, the organization manages powerful social media channels; ExperienceCharlottesville on Facebook, @VisitCVille on Twitter, CVilleVA on Pinterest, and @CharlottesvilleVA on Instagram and Vimeo.
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