My husband planned an anniversary getaway to the wine trail in Loudoun County. I had no idea what to expect from our accommodations, but we could not have been more pleased. Manisha made us feel welcome from the moment we stepped into the foyer. Our room was just lovely, and I cannot rave enough about her cooking. The six course breakfast was sumptuous. Her husband Prashant makes the best scones I have ever tasted. We enjoyed coffee outside in the butterfly gardens.
We loved the location as Stone Manor lies in the heart of wine country.
Stone Manor is beautiful and they did a wonderful job with our small intimate wedding. They’re warm and friendly and their attention to detail and special touches like handmade soap made it so special. The food was delicious and they had no difficulty accommodating our dietary needs.
This is the place to escape to and unwind. You are pampered from the moment you enter, and it just gets better from there. Wonderful rooms that will beguile you with their luxury, and breakfasts that will satisfy your inner “foodie” all combine to make this the perfect spot from which to launch your exploration of Loudoun County’s wine country. My husband and I love, love, love this place!
We stayed at Stone Manor as part of a weekend celebrating an anniversary and birthday, and it was a near perfect experience. The Manor itself is exquisite and our room was very comfortable with ample amenities to ensure a carefree stay. The grounds around the Manor were well kept and fun to explore. Our plan for our weekend was to explore Harper’s Ferry; the Manor was a comfortable drive to our destination, but also afforded us the opportunity to try the numerous wineries and breweries in Loundon County with minimal travel. Each day, retreating to the quiet Stone Manor in the woods was a perfect ending. And being welcomed each morning by a luxurious breakfast (enough for any foodie) set a excellent tone for every day. Stone Manor is a hidden gem, and we hope to stay again in the future.
This was our first stay here – first, the hosts and hostesses are amazing. The owners, Spencer and Beth, are warm and welcoming and very knowledgeable about the area and things to do. They had recently brought on 2 new folks to help them – Manisha and Prashant, who were also both amazing people. The breakfasts were fun and flavorful. My wife and I stayed for 2 nights. Breakfasts were like 6-course meals – more than enough food. An appetizer, an egg dish, a meat dish (we had Canadian bacon one day and regular bacon the next), a potato dish, scones, and hot cakes. While we were there Manisha and Prashant did a lot of the cooking and the food was wonderful. The Inn itself is clean and spacious and is a very “neat” (read interesting) and beautiful remodeled house from the early 1900’s. While we stayed there we went to The Restaurant at Patawmack Farm – which we also highly recommend for a great dining experience.
My husband and I spent a wonderful evening in the beautiful Stone Manor Inn this past, cold weekend. The Inn has every comfort. Rooms are lovely and very spacious. Often Inns or B & B’s have relatively small, charming rooms but SMI has huge rooms. Even our bathroom was the size of a room with the best Jacuzzi tub imaginable, jets as strong as a massage. Fireplace, lovely furnishings, rooms for lounging (with tv, wine bar, cold water, coffee/tea, fresh brownies.) Breakfast is fantastic, a quiche like dish, delicious scones, unique juice, yogurt & fruit. No need to eat again until dinner time. Host and hostess could not be nicer or more positive about life and want to be sure guests are happy.
My husband and I made our second trip to stone manor. Both times the owners were welcoming and made us feel at home. Both the suites we stayed in were breath taking and clean. The owners came prepared to answer any questions we had about local attractions, wineries and dinner places for us to eat up. In the morning we were welcomed to a family style five star breakfast. We recommend all to come stay in the breath-taking history stone manor boutique inn. My husband and I look forward to our next trip to Virginia.
Great place. The building itself is fantastic and beautiful. Breakfast is tasty, and the chef is fun to talk to. Friendly staff and a million dvds and blurays to check out. I recommend the peacock suite. Unless you want to spend a little more and enjoy a gigantic room with a neat deck, in which case get the main big Manor Suite.
We rented out Stone Manor for the whole weekend and had our ceremony and reception here. It was beautiful! All the staff was very helpful, especially Lori who we had as our day-of.