Our Rooms

Your comfort and relaxation are our primary concerns. Our historic Virginia inn‘s guest rooms and cottages are uniquely furnished with a combination of period antiques and amazingly comfortable beds. Working fireplaces, luxurious robes, bottled water, home-made snacks and premium toiletries simply add to your enjoyment!

Click on the images below for more photos, details and availability.


Rustic, yet charming; small, yet intimate… a stay in this cabin is a most-unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience!



The Carriage House is now a favored destination with its tasteful décor, private deck, and captivating views of the cascading grounds and pond.



Nearly 175 years old, this popular “special occasion” room located on the second floor over the Carriage House has hosted hundreds of “groomsmen”



Originally the sleeping quarters for fifteen field-hands, this private upstairs room (located above Uncle Guy’s House) is both cozy and quaint, while still feeling roomy and relaxed.



This first-floor cottage offers loads of period charm with gunstock beam ceiling and walls, original plank doors, worn floorboards, and a “necessary” door



Once the private bedroom of the last member of the Overton Family, this stately second-floor room exudes a charm that simply invites you to unwind and relax.



Built more than 20 years before Thomas Jefferson was born, this elegant cottage, with its bold colors and expansive windows will convince you that Spring is in the air… no matter what the time of year.



Our most-secluded luxury cottage, it epitomizes Southern plantation living… elegance without being pretentious. A favorite among newlyweds and hopeless romantics!



A charming guest cottage, the warmth of our Summer Kitchen is enhanced by the rich tapestry of colors in the two wingback chairs, hand-made quilts, and the cozy hand-hewn plank floors.



Perched atop an antique winding staircase, this stately two-room suite drenches you with morning sunshine, as the bright windows overlook the majestic entrance grounds.



First working at Prospect Hill at age twelve, Miss Vashti Johnson was the last employee of the Overton family. This cozy upstairs room in the Manor House was her bedroom until Miss Marcie’s death in 1969.

top of page