No other world-class destination melds the equestrian lifestyle, winemaking, and American history quite like Keswick Hall. The 600-acre, 48-guestroom resort at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains impresses visitors time and again with its deeply rooted and illustrious past, and a vibrant Forbes Five Star award-winning present; both are witnessed daily in casual subtleties and stately traditions.
Rich and enduring in every way, history has a life of its own here. The fact that former presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe had homes within a short distance of Keswick Hall speaks of the region’s legendary past. Villa Crawford, the original private residence and now the historic wing of the hotel, has its own fascinating story, of its families and guests who rode horses, played croquet, strolled through the gardens, and dined luxuriously there. Decades later, guests can experience the highest standards of service and amenities in a setting that is also exceedingly comfortable, befitting the caliber of its traditions.
Keswick Hall begs to be discovered from a round of golf, discovering the natural beauty of Virginia, or in any number of recreational pursuits such as archery, fly fishing, and exploring local wineries.
The 1981 romantic comedy, The Four Seasons, starring Alan Alda and Carol Burnett was partially filmed at Villa Crawford.
Original Property Opened: 1912
701 Club Drive
Charlottesville, Virgina 22947
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number +1 800 678 8946
Turn of the Century, 1896 ~ 1913
No other world-class destination melds the equestrian lifestyle, winemaking, and American history quite like Keswick Hall.
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