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
Washington, VA 22627
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Phil Irwin
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 officer, and his musket is displayed over a mantel. The house, a Virginia Historic Landmark, has been restored with the original Colonial color scheme retained. All rooms have working fireplaces, air conditioning and provide views of stone-fenced pastures and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The innkeeper is a retired international broadcaster.
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Caledonia Farm - 1812 B&B