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Taking the Road Less Traveled

Keswick Hall Hotel Escape

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After dodging deer and totally getting lost on some remote Virginia back roads I finally pull into the Keswick Hall Hotel. It’s a beautiful historic hotel and one of my favorites. Because of the time change it was just about 5 and the sun was about to set. I threw my luggage in my room and went out to my favorite patios overlooking the golf course and ordered a glass of local wine. I only wish my most amazing peeps were there with me. Here are some of the photos I took during my stay at the hotel…

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As I’m writing this I’m having breakfast and it’s really good. Poached eggs, cheese grits and yes…. BACON!

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Along with the staff, thanks to Cork and Max in the upstairs patio area and TJ in the breakfast area for the wonderful service!

6 thoughts on “Keswick Hall Hotel Escape

  1. Cool Road Trip~!! Makes me miss the east coast this time of year.

  2. Looks beautiful. How far out of town is it? We actually stayed in Charlottesville for a week. My husband was there on business. I did have a car and had I known would have loved to drive out to such a beautiful place. We spent the next week in Irvington, VA at the Hope & Glory Inn. It’s demure in comparison but very cozy and the whole towns a treat.

    • The Keswick Hall hotel is 3 miles from Charlottesville so you were really close! They have the patio outside which is a fabulous place to have lunch or dinner. Also, the drive is gorgeous. Monticello is right there too. If you can tour the estate it is well worth it.

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