Travellers flock to certain Virginia hotels every year come Spring and Summer. Why? These hotels go above and beyond to deliver a magical experience for the perfect walking holiday. The trails are stunning, with views that stop you and leave you standing with your mouth gaping wide open.
Don’t believe me?
To quote Disney’s Brave,
“feast your eyes …”
— The Jefferson, Richmond —
At the Jefferson, Richmonders spend time dining, at intimate meetings, and after hours drinks. There aren’t many other hotels that can claim the locals love than this place can. There is a very good reason for this with hikes and treks ranging from just an hour to full day walks beginning from right outside the main entrance.
— Primland, Meadows of Dan —
You can get great deal on one of Virginia’s most beautiful resorts. The package includes your overnight stay, free breakfast, afternoon tea, and a dinner from your choice of the resort’s restaurants (Elements, the 19th Pub, the Stables Saloon, or in-room service). Additionally, guests booking the package on the weekends are welcomed with a Manager’s Reception. Perfect for relaxing after a long days walking.
— The Omni Homestead Resort, Hot Springs —
A near-national treasure, this Virginia mainstay always delivers the quintessential Southern hospitality experience, and if possible, the walking holidays seem to take that experience up a notch.
— Boar’s Head Inn, Charlottesville —
Boar’s Head is a AAA Four Diamond destination known for its superb Old Mill Room dining. Within a short drive are some of the states most challenging and stunning walks. Hiking in this region is a joy and the walking holidays offered are just superb.
— Kingsmill Resort, Williamsburg —
Kingsmill Resort is a gem of a stay not far from Colonial Williamsburg. When you stay at Kingsmill, you can truly explore with a large range of trails, marked walks and well mapped routes from a easy walk to the most challenging trek.