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47 Dearing Rd (Flint Hill), Washington, VA 22627, USA    
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Innkeeper/s:

Phil Irwin

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Circa 1812. This gracious Federal-style stone house on the National Register is beautifully situated on 115 forever protected acres adjacent to Shenandoah National Park. It was built by a Revolutionary War office...

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Beautiful Inn

Caledonia Farms was absolutely beautiful. My wife and I stayed at the Inn last Fall (2010)and the home and view were incredible. Phil Irwin was a great host and was very helpful in directing us toward fun activities and excellent restaurants. The home itself sits in a quiet and absolutely gorgeous setting. If you are looking for a romantic and quiet getaway, this is perfect. The breakfast nook was so cozy. Phil cooks a great breakfast with a personal touch each morning while you take in the restful views of the mountains. Great place to visit. Adam and Jeri Cropper Maryland
Adam and Jeri Cropper
California, MD

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Wonderful

WE RECENTLY SPENT TWO WONDERFUL NIGHTS AT THE "CALEDONIA FARM 1812". THE INN HAS A FASCINATING HISTORY AND UNIQUE INTERIOR. IT IS QUITE COMFORTABLE AND A GREAT PLACE TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL. (IN ADDITION, IF YOU ARE SO INCLINED, AND WE WERE, YOU CAN ALSO TAKE RELAXING TALKS THROUGH THE SURROUNDING BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE ALONG THE SIDE OF BUBBLING STREAMS.) IF YOU WANT TO VIEW NEARBY SIGHTS, THERE IS AN ABUNDANCE OF THEM WHICH THE OWNER, A LONG TIME RESIDENT OF THE AREA, IS EXTREMELY WELL INFORMED ABOUT AND WILL TAKE THE TIME TO BRIEF YOU ON IN AS MUCH DETAILS AS YOU WISH. THE VIEWS FROM THE INN, PARTICULARLY THROUGH THE HUGE GLASS WINDOWS IN THE ROOM WHERE BREAKFAST IS SERVED, ARE SPECTACULAR. ALSO SPECTACULAR IS THE GOURMET BREAKFAST WHICH THE OWNER PERSONALLY PREPARES AND SERVES. WE HAVE NEVER HAD BETTER PERSONAL SERVICE AT ANY OTHER B AND B WE HAVE VISITED. AS FAR AS OTHER MEALS ARE CONCERNED, THE INN AT LITTLE WASHINGTON, GENERALLY REGARDED AS ONE OF THE BEST, IF NOT THE BEST, RESTAURANT IN THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON D.C. AREA, IS A SHORT DRIVE AWAY. ON THIS PARTICULAR GET AWAY FROM IT ALL TRIP, WE WERE INTERESTED IN AN EXCELLENT MEAL, BUT WE WANTED A RESTAURANT WITH A MORE CASUAL ATMOSPHERE, AND A LOWER PRICE TAG. IN RESPONSE, THE OWNER PROVIDED RECOMMENDATIONS TO TWO NEARBY RESTAURANTS THAT WE SUBSEQUENTLY VISITED AND WHICH MORE THAN MET OUR EXPECTATIONS. FINALLY, ALTHOUGH WE ARE NOT MODEL TRAIN FANS, WE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THE OWNER'S TOUR OF THE EXTENSIVE MINATURE TRAIN SETUP THAT RUNS THROUGH SEVERAL LOWER ROOMS OF THIS HISTORIC BUILDING -- IT IS TRULY A UNIQUE SETUP.
Tom witecki

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unforgettable

During the month of December 2010 we drove from New Jersey to Louisiana and on to Arizona to visit friends and family. We decided to stay for a couple of nights at the Caledonia Farm 1812 Bed and Breakfast Inn. This would provide us with an opportunity to see and experience the local area, including the various caverns. We did not regret our decision thanks to Phil Irwin, the Innís proprietor who made our stay a true experience. The BB was well kept and provided a 1800ís ambiance. The breakfast had a special touch with a rustic setting, providing a beautiful view of Virginia's pastures and rolling hills. Phil has a wealth of knowledge and cheerfully shared this with us while providing some unexpected but pleasant surprises. We were reluctant to leave early and continue our trip using country roads. With the moon still shining on the snow covered fields we looked back on a highly recommended Caledonia Farm 1812.
Klaas Kramer
Marlton, NJ

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Nature Lover's Paradise

Our host was gracious and very accommodating. Breakfast was delicious. We were amazed by the number of species of birds that abounded. Bluebirds were everywhere. A nature lover's paradise.
Ellen Bertel
Northfield, OH

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The Best B&B

We've stayed at many, many B&Bs. This is by far the best!
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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