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Having eaten lunch there before, and knowing some of the inn's Civil War history, I elected to stay there one night. Check-in was a breeze. I was given room 21 (Martha Washington) on the 3rd floor facing the street. For a good portion of the...More
Stayed in a suite in the main house and loved it. The staff are all so happy and pleasant and our room was comfortable and quaint. The restaurant was outstanding for both dinner and breakfast. Highly recommend!
My husband and I decided to travel back to the Red Fox Inn to celebrate our 30th anniversary. We were married there in September 1987 and thought we'd make the trip back to the area from Seattle for a special celebration. I made a point...More
Had a wonderful long weekend with amazing meals. Staff are all very friendly and professional. We would chose a different room next time as The Cottage lacks storage space and towel racks. It was very clean, however, with a very comfortable bed. Middleburg is a...More
I made an overnight reservation at the Red Fox Inn and Tavern to celebrate my wife's birthday. Despite a note being made in the reservation, there was no acknowledgement of the event. The unpleasant surprise was the queen size bed whose mattress angled towards the...More
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Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that all of the rooms at the Red Fox Inn have televisions (this includes the Red Fox, Stray Fox, and 12 East buildings as well as the Middleburg House). Also, some of our larger suites... More
Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that all of the rooms at the Red Fox Inn have televisions (this includes the Red Fox, Stray Fox, and 12 East buildings as well as the Middleburg House). Also, some of our larger suites have more than one!
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The Red Fox Inn & Tavern Team