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Keswick Hall in Keswick, Virginia

This is the setting for Keswick Hall, an impressive 48-room mansion nestled on 600 acres, and the prestigious Keswick Golf Club, site of Pete Dye's award-winning "Full Cry" golf course.

The resort is perfect for a destination wedding, a couples retreat, or a getaway filled with relaxation, gracious hospitality and fresh country air. Awarded Conde Nast's "#1 Small Resort in Mainland US" in 2010 and 2011, US News "Best Hotel" in 2014 and 2015, Keswick Hall also gained the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award in 2015 and 2016.

Location of Keswick Hall

Keswick Hall
701 Club Drive
Keswick, Virginia

Nearest Airport: RIC

Amenities for Keswick Hall

  • General Information
  • 48 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Golf Course
  • Tennis Courts
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Activities
  • Croquet
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • Wine Tasting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Fly Fishing
  • Archery
  • Bird Watching
  • Bocce Ball
  • Badminton
  • Paddleboarding
  • Golf
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Antique Shopping
  • Vineyards
  • Horseback Riding
  • Interests
  • Golf
  • Hotels

Reviews for Keswick Hall

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Recently, my family and a guest dined at Fossett’s in celebration of my daughter’s graduation from the University of Virginia. We anticipated a festive event, but it turned out otherwise. When we were seated, we sat for nearly fifteen minutes before anyone came to talk to us. I finally grabbed our waiter, as he walked past and requested his attention, sweetening the request with a small gratuity. From then on, service got a little better. However, the time for our first course to arrive was overly long, and the time between courses was glacial. Add this to an unimaginative menu, pedestrian food and steep prices, and it made for an extremely disappointing evening. The wine list was quite nice, but the sommelier who fussed over the next table ignored us. I guess our two bottles of Pouilly Fuisse weren't expensive enough to warrant his attention. I wrote a respectful letter to the general manager describing the event, but never got a reply, even though I am a member of the Keswick Golf Club. For what purports to be a luxury resort, this dining room is a disgrace. I will never go there again and will advise all of my friends to do the same.

Piovino - McLean, Virginia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Obviously I disagree with my wife...this property is blessed with really nice workers,especially upon arrival...however,this property is not a four seasons or ritz Carlton and not close to real luxury like aman, buffet at breakfast and pretty limited menus overall...good pool areas,but poor pool services...the golf course was in great shape...our carpet had pet stains that showed.poor lighting in the bathroom and I could not figure out the thermostat...maid service around 3 ...I can only guess that they are trying to get by with as few employees as possible because the ones I saw were working hard...there were just not enough to say service was professional and five a weekend getaway,ok but as a destination for

judge1 - dallas

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our first trip, but wife and I thought it deserves a Forbes 5 rating for food, accommodations and Pete Dye Golf. Its a 48 room restored mansion that is like Greenbrier used to be, but with finer service and hospitality. From the moment we were cleared through the gate, Trevor in guest services, Lisa, Marilyn, Angel and Joseph the golf pro made it a memorable experience. Golf, spa, food, hiking, archery, flyfishing, tennis and 3 pools (and one Adult only)....the list of possibilities is long. We'll return....regularly. Its that good. Also, its owned by same group that owns several other 5 star properties: Jefferson in Richmond, Sanctuary at Kiawah, Hermitage in Nashville and Inn at Harbor town.....we been to all of them and this one is also a gem.

ritzytopaz - Pinehurst

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This is one of my favorite hotels in the USA. It doesn't get much more charming and memorable than this. Excellent rooms, service, location, views, golf course, dining, pool(s). Pair your stay with a trip into nearby Charlottesville and you will have a fantastic western Virginia stay.

mmstravels - Boulder, Colorado

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

First of all, the good: this property is nestled in the rolling hills of Virginia and beautifully situated on a hill overlooking a grand golf course. Make sure to ask for a golf course facing room. The American Express package is wonderful and gives you free breakfast, room upgrade and resort credit. The staff is VERY friendly, helpful and professional. In fact, they remembered my name the entire time of my visit. The outdoor salt water infinity pool is AMAZING!!! large enough to swim laps, heated, clean and elegant. Overlooks the large open sky and golf course. The grounds have been meticulously landscaped by a lovely couple whom I met and they have done an outstanding job. The rooms were well appointed, and the best part was the N'Espresso machine for coffee in each room...what a treat! The food in the main hotel restaurant during the day is delicious and the breakfast was also very good in a lovely more upscale dining room. Drinking water sitting in fresh fruit throughout the property was a nice touch. Even though I don't golf, the golf center allowed me to drive the golf cart around the large property....really impressive! ok, a few suggestions: it's hard for me not to notice all the small details. having worked in restaurant and hotel design for 30 order for this property to be stunning, they need to tend to the details. No valet parking when I arrived, so I had to lug all my suitcases from the other parking lot. No drinking water at the main pool for two days, so had to go inside through the main restaurant to ask for a glass of water. They need to have an attendant walking the property throughout the day to ensure little things are done: like picking up used towels and cups at the pool when people leave... and emptying trash cans, as well as answering any questions guests have. I would suggest leaving cold bottled water AT the front desk when people check in, instead of asking a guest if they would like water... The fresh flower arrangements around the property are a nice touch. The more casual pub restaurant and small indoor/outdoor pool are in desperate need of a remodel....the pool is starting to show its age and the stone surface is coming up and broken. The in-ground Jacuzzi is small, but hot, which is noce...but the above ground hot tub was dirty and lukewarm and the water needed to be changed. The food at the pub is just ok, not great. The "spa" is not really a spa that I am used is more like a few rooms with massage tables and a waiting area. To compete with the big boys like the Salamander and Nemocolin, they really need to invest in a state of the art spa. Remember that this hotel is old, so it does not have some of the modern features that you might expect. But it is very nicely decorated and the customer service is excellent.

designtravel2014 - Washington DC, District of Columbia

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