Welcome to the Inn on Poplar Hill
Located in the historic town of Orange VA. The Inn on Poplar Hill, Bed & Breakfast sits on 28 acres of park-like property. The 6000 square foot Victorian house was built by Thomas Jefferson's great great granddaughter in 1891. The house has been lovingly maintained and keeps its old fashioned charm, while offering modern convenience including WiFi. Explore the walking trails filled with wildlife, a stocked fishing pond, and hundreds of old growth trees. Take a leisurely stroll to downtown Orange, it is 2 blocks away. You will find restaurants, shops, art galleries and a farmer's market on Saturday morning.
Located on the Journey through Hallowed Ground - Orange Virginia and the surrounding area contains unique historical, cultural, scenic and natural resources.
Just 90 miles South West of the DC beltway yet a world away. It is a 35 minute country drive, with NO traffic lights to Charlottesville, Virginia and UVA.
Great Food The area offers a wide selection of both fine dining & casual fare. Select from world class Country Inns, intimate bistro's, family style and casual fare restaurants. We have a selection of menus available for your review. We are happy to make a recommendation and a reservation for you. And don't miss our Spring Dinner Special, available Sunday through Thursday night.
Outstanding Wine Orange County is one of the largest producers of wine in the state. Our Guests enjoy free tastings at Barboursville, Sweeley & Jefferson Wineries . Follow the Monticelio Wine trail, to discover an wide variety of wineries within a short country drive of our Orange, Virginia bed and breakfast.
Abundant Recreation Golf, Trail Rides, Hot Air Ballooning, BiPlane Rides, Skydiving, Fishing, Hunting, Hiking and more. Your host will be happy to help you plan your vacation activities, Schedule a tee time, arrange your hot air or biplane adventure.
Unparalleled History Visit James & Dolly Madison Presidential home, Montpelier; Thomas Jeffersons, Monticello; and James Monroe's Ash Lawn Highland, all within a short country drive. There are also numerous Civil War Sites, and the unique Civil war Museum in Gordansville.