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We were in Orange for two nights in May. We did something unique for us - we stayed at two different B&B's. Both with nearly perfect TA ratings.
Chestnut Hill was a 10-minute walk to downtown; the other Orange B&B was on a quiet wooded...More
First impressions are everything and Kathleen and Troy and their staff were amazing. Me and my fiance arrived about 2 hours early before our check in time and the staff gave us some wine and allowed us to sit outside and relax. They helped plan...More
Other innkeepers are probably not very happy with Troy and Kathleen, the innkeepers and owners at Chestnut Hill. That's because they set a standard for excellence in innkeeping that most others will never be able to meet.
Our experience began as soon as we reached...More
Oh! What a wonderful stay! The first thing when we arrived we were told they would up-grade our room. Each room is so different but beautifully decorated. Then the food – Oh my! Gourmet plus! Savory and sweet. I rate this 6 stars out of...More
If you have never experienced Chestnut Hill B&B I suggest you look them up and book a room...now! I surprised my wife for our 10th year anniversary and Troy and Kathleen were awesome in helping me plan this secret getaway. I told my wife that...More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and... More
I know that they have many weddings there... but I would not say it is secluded. It sits on a hill looking down to an intersection. It is however, very peaceful! There is horseback riding, vineyards, historical sights, and of course Monticello, (Thomas Jefferson's estate). It is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and if you go in November, you will see the tail end of the fall color spectrum. Definitely worth it!!!