Miller Center presents the Presidential Ideas Festival May 21 - 23. Rooms available.
Memorial Day Weekend: Limited availability for a 1, 2 or 3 night stay.
Festival of the Home, June 1 at the IX Art Park. Only 2 rooms left for this weekend!
Fridays After Five free music on the Downtown Mall, Fridays through September. Reserve your weekend stay!
Welcome to the Inn at the Crossroads
Located ten minutes from the University of Virginia in scenic Charlottesville, the historic Crossroads Inn offers panoramic views of the Blue Ridge mountains, gracious accommodations, and a delicious breakfast all in a peaceful setting overlooking the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The central location of the Inn provides our guests with many options for both leisure and activity. The Inn rests in an area rich with history. We are ideally located near Monticello and the Brewridge Trail and right on the Monticello Wine Trail. Visit Charlottesville's art galleries, museums, theaters, or antique shops. Take a tour of historic downtown Charlottesville or enjoy Historic Garden Week, the Foxfield Steeplechase or a UVA football game. For outdoor enthusiasts, enjoy canoeing or tubing on the James River, skiing, tennis, golf or hiking in the nearby mountains.
The Inn at the Crossroads is 15 minutes or less to:
UVA, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, Teddy Roosevelt's Pine Knot, James Monroe's Ash-Lawn Highland, Michie Tavern, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive, the Brew Ridge Trail and the historic districts of Charlottesville, Batesville and Covesville.
The Mid-Way Tasting Triangle: Walk to Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyard or drive 1 minute to either Albemarle Ciderworks and Vintage Virginia Apples or Loving Cup Organic Vineyard and Winery. Just to our east Blenheim, Wisdom Oak, Trump and First Colony Vineyards. Just to our west Pollack, King Family, Veritas, Hilltop, Cardinal Point and Flying Fox Vineyards.
The Inn at the Crossroads has been accommodating travelers since it was built in 1820. It is listed on the National Historic Register and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. This property is also part of the Southern Albemarle Rural Historic District.