Looking for adventures in a vineyard this fall? Since wine tasting can happen safely in the great outdoors and fine vintages have been known to ease anxiety, area winemakers have put together a full calendar of events to appeal to those eager to go afield. Here’s our list of what’s best: 1. Polo at King Family Vineyards, Sundays beginning at 10am If
A Great Escape from Washington D.C. The hottest destination in local getaways is two miles outside Stanardsville. Getaway Shenandoah has been sold out all summer and remains so through October. A Sizzling Start-up Part glamping, part disappearing, Getaways are campgrounds, upfitted with socially-distanced “tiny houses” 8’ wide by 20’ long where you can book a stay in the woods to get away from
This Quirk Hotel, which opened in early March, is the second of what’s planned to be a string of boutique hotels, although the pandemic may alter that plan. The original Quirk, which boasts 73 extravagant rooms in an old department store Broad Street in downtown Richmond, has been widely acclaimed for its style and luxury, including a rooftop bar where
When it comes to unique things to do, Charlottesville can't be beat. There are so many great places in the city, you won't know where to start. So, we decided to break down the best of the best of signature Charlottesville experiences.
If you're driving from out of town to see a show, or you're a UVA student, and your family is visiting to see the big game or concert at JPJ, you're probably wondering about hotels in the area. Here's a list of Charlottesville's top hotels near John Paul Jones Arena. We'll help you chose the most comfortable, convenient lodging options.
With limited time to explore, the Monticello Trail is Charlottesville’s red carpet of Jeffersonian past and wine-tourism future. Enjoy your excursion and return before anyone has missed you!