The Inn at Willow Grove
A Vintage Estate with Impeccable Southern Style
Carefully preserved Southern charm and peaceful garden settings intersect at this enchanting boutique inn set on 40 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills. Gather loved ones at the converted 18th century estate and spend a lavish wedding weekend cloaked in gracious hospitality.
Guests make themselves at home in comfortable cottages and suites individually furnished and decorated with inspired designs and antique flourishes. Spoil-yourself dashes include soaking tubs, heated bathroom floors, butler service, a house sommelier and gratis in-room coffee and pastries. A concierge is on hand to prepare your suite or plan a romantic tailored itinerary.
The Inn at Willow Grove checks all the boxes, delivering a range of polished venues for a special ceremony, cocktail hour, reception, after-party and farewell brunch, all without ever leaving the magnificent Piedmont estate. Perfect wedding day flow falls into place as you walk down the aisle in the Boxwood Garden shaded by holly, magnolia and century-old boxwoods. Bubbling fountains and a hand-laid brick pathway lead to a custom-crafted pergola framing countryside views and the spacious red barn and surrounding wood and stone ruins are the idyllic canvas to paint your once-in-a-lifetime event.
Real Talk with
This enchanting boutique inn, spa, and 18th-century plantation estate are set on 40 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills 31 miles northeast of Charlottesville.
Things To Do
Charlottesville is home to thriving orchards, farms, and more than 40 wineries that inspire unforgettable restaurant experiences. Hiking in Shenandoah National Park, renowned river kayaking, and championship golf offer thrills while a celebrated theater and local live music scene entertain. Our stages are well stocked with highly coveted acts. In fact, Charlottesville is where Dave Matthews Band and Coran Capshaw's Red Light Management — the largest independent music management company in the world — got their start. For a taste of history, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, James Madison’s Montpelier, and James Monroe’s Highland offer guided glimpses into the Founding Fathers’ legacies.
29 mi to Charlottesville–Albemarle Airport
31 mi to Downtown Mall
31 mi to Monticello
34 mi to UVA
31 mi to Shenandoah National Park
Amenities & Services
- Cottage and suite lodging
- Concierge service
- House sommelier
- Mill House Spa
- Award-winning events team
By the Numbers
- 6,400 combined square feet of indoor/outdoor space
- 200 seated guest capacity for dinner
- 200 seated guest capacity for the ceremony site
Make it Yours
- Unite your families and friends with an evening welcome reception in the gardens or by the pool.
- Plan some wedding party pampering at the Mill House Spa where steam showers, massages, facials, and a relaxation pool await.