Keswick Hall in Keswick, Virginia
This is the setting for Keswick Hall, a part of the Historic Hotels of America, 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. Keswick Hall was awarded Conde Nast's "#1 Small Resort in Mainland US" in 2010 and 2011 and US News "Best Hotel" in 2014 and 2015. In addition, Keswick Hall gained the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award in 2015 and 2016.
Location of Keswick Hall
Nearest Airport: RIC
Amenities for Keswick Hall
- General Information
- 48 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- In-Room Amenities
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Wine Tasting
- Mountain Biking
- Fly Fishing
- Bird Watching
- Bocce Ball
- Historic Sites
- Antique Shopping
- Horseback Riding
Reviews for Keswick Hall
This is a different (So Much Better) hotel than the one we visited the last time. The people we reported were nice but virtually everything else needed serious work. The people are still nice, actually nicer and all of the glitches we griped about the last time have been fixed. The room was beautiful. The housekeeping immaculate. The fitness center was great with enough machines and equipment. The golf course is beautiful and so well maintained. The golf pro Bubba and attendant, Dave treated us like members. Felt very much at home. The resort is world class again and we can't wait to return.
Wayne N - Great Falls, Virginia
I recently stayed at this beautiful property. It is in beautiful rolling hills just about 10 miles from Charlottesville. I was attending a very formal,elegant wedding that was preceded by a few days of parties in the area. The guest rooms were well appointed but rather small and had minimal closet space. There was a shower/ tub,pedestal sink and very little space to put out toiletries. The shower had poor water power. Lovely dining room with gorgeous views,average service and very few choices to order. Food average. Each morning coffee is served in an elegant billiard/ reading room. I promptly came down at 7 and had a delicious cup of coffee and went out to sit in the lounge And read the paper. Promptly at 7:10 each day for 4 days a cleaning lady started sweeping the area which lasted about 30 minutes...then started mopping as guests tracked through it! Each night I would have a drink after or before events. It is the most chaotic poor service...least well managed of any pricey establishment I've ever been in. Overall poor management is to blame . Extremely pricey and not worth it
Jim L - Oxnard, California
The hotel provides a beautiful setting and the golf course is lovely to look at and the employees are very warm and try to be very helpful. You can no longer walk the nature trails because they have archery hunting of the deer in the surrounding neighborhood for six months and you are not allowed to walk on the trails. You can only walk on the neighborhood streets.
cjones6575 - Washington DC, District of Columbia
We were here for a weekend business trip, so most of our stay was planned for us. The Hotel and grounds are very nice. The inifinity pool is great and the golf course is also very nice. The food is fair, rooms are clean but the hotel is small and older so you hear everything around you from other doors opening and shutting, the grounds crew weedeating and blowing is very loud! It is in a great location, close to UVA and the fall colors are amazing,.
ashley h - Williamsburg, Virginia
I have to come here for a conference each September and it has never been great, but now it has become abysmal. I am stuck here and wish I could find a Courtyard. The place is not just tired and getting worse, the "help" is anything but. I am hoping the management actually sees this because apparently they're not here (no management to be seen anywhere), and it shows. Staff, which is very young, could care less and just sits around (distinguish from the dining staff which met excellent standards). Room was not serviced, day 1. When we called, the reception had no idea what was going on and told us housekeeping had "finished" for the day (5 pm and NO HOUSEKEEPING????!!!!). He offered "some extra towels". Only an 18 year old dolt, which is apparently who was running reception would equate NO housekeeping with some extra towels. When we expressed outrage he promised--ok we'll get housekeeping there. Apparently that means "we'll do nothing." That was 5; it's now 7:30 and no service.
warmweatherlovers4 - Washington DC, District of Columbia