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We just got back from our Anniversary weekend and I couldn't type this review fast enough. My wife and I couldn't have asked for a single thing that Kathleen and Troy did not anticipate. We had an incredible time. My research showed reviews that were...More
We so enjoyed our stay at this beautiful inn on so many levels. But, Kathleen and Troy are the primary reason that Chestnut Hill is such a tremendous delight! Their attention to every detail, the way they accommodate each guest and cater to their individual...More
I booked a romantic getaway for my husband and I. Chestnut Hill was perfect. The inn was amazingly beautiful. The owners were friendly and professional. The food was the best we have ever eaten. Every detail was planned carefully. The full service was awesome. We...More
we stayed there this last weekend and had an outstanding time. the service was great and people where friendly. easy to find and the owners where more then helpfull with tipes and directions that helped plan our weekend get away.
Kathleen & Troy treated us like family! Comfortable and informal. The food was great and our whole stay was warm and inviting. We truly enjoyed our anniversary weekend at Chestnut Hill. Having never been to the Montpelier Hunt Races (or any other race for 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!!!