May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Nearest Airport: RIC
Amenities for Keswick Hall
- General Information
- 48 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- In-Room Amenities
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Wine Tasting
- Mountain Biking
- Fly Fishing
- Bird Watching
- Bocce Ball
- Historic Sites
- Antique Shopping
- Horseback Riding
Reviews for Keswick Hall
Usually when I stay in a very expensive hotel and pay top dollar, I don't come out feeling like it was worth it. This was definitely the exception. The property is beautiful and perfectly appointed the way you would expect a Virginia estate to be. Classy but not stuffy. Everything about the place was well thought out. Gorgeous fresh flower arrangements everywhere, good lighting, stunning pool, amazing views from the dining room, and very charming room with a great bed. Even the hallways to the guestrooms were beautiful. This place would be especially stunning at the end of May when you can use the pool and the huge climbing roses that cover the pergolas on one end of the infinity edge pool are blooming. We had a charming dormered standard room on the third floor with casement windows that open out to fresh air and had a view of the golf course. I'm usually not impressed by golf course views but this one looks like a painting out of the English countryside. Anyway, my fiancĂ© and I enjoyed a lovely night here and had dinner at Fleury in downtown Charlottesville which was excellent. I am told there are bikes to use and trails to ride. I did not get a chance to use the bikes or go to the gym so I cannot comment on that. We did have a lovely breakfast in the dining room with the great view. If I lived closer, I would love to have my wedding at this place.
minhnvu2014 - Alexandria, Virginia
From the moment we arrived we were welcomed and sat at a desk to register and ask any questions we might have on the hotels services. There was ice tea and cookies available which are laid out every day and made us feel very welcome and at home. Once we got into our rooms we realized we had been upgraded. The room was everything we were looking for. Our room had an outside roof top patio with a table, chairs, umbrella and a great view of the property. Our king size bed was very comfortable and the room was very clean. Even our bathroom was delightful. In the early morning the birds started singing outside our window. What a joy to listen to them. And then there is the pool. It is an infinity pool, 87 degrees salt pool over looking the golf course. I spent an entire afternoon in the pool and did not want to get out. This hotel also has two other pools one of which is indoors but I'd already fallen in love with the infinity pool. We arrived on an early spring day with the sun out and the trees and flowers just starting to bloom. Everywhere you looked it was beautiful. This hotel also has a Hunt Club, Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Fitness Center and a Spa. Bikes are available and hiking and bird watching paths are available for your use.
Stormsnana - Jackson, New Jersey
The hotel is beautiful but the service truly sets it apart. Stayed in a king room adjoining suite with our 3 kids for our spring break...The room was beautiful, updated and very comfortable with stunning views of the property. The staff was incredibly helpful and friendly. We visited Monticello and downtown Charlottesville and the staff had wonderful recommendations. Loved the ambience downstairs...Kids played archery, went swimming in the indoor pool and explored the property with the head of activities who was great. Looking forward to going back in the warmer weather.
EN2020 - New York City, New York
Me and my husband were actually married at Keswick in 2016 and returned for our 1 year anniversary this month. We absolutely love the place as it is gorgeous and has wonderful amenities. The staff is what really makes the place special though as they go above and beyond to assist. Thank you Lisa and Olivia for making our stay so special. We look forward to every visit. They even remembered our bulldog who was in our wedding! On some days you actually can see the hounds going for their morning walk which is really neat. I would definitely tell anyone to try this place out you wont regret it!
just2eazy4me - Chesterfield, Virginia
I visited Keswick a couple of times and as you approach the gates it truly is a beautiful view. The property is a historical house turned into a hotel/resort design to resemble the Italian countryside. Overall the staff at this hotel is very friendly and attentive, the food is okay- not the best food you will find in town but they do make and effort and they are pet friendly. They are one of the few high-end resorts that allow pets of any size, charge no fee and allow them to roam around throughout the whole property with the exception of the food outlets. It is a great family place that offers activities for everyone, from walking trails, golf, tennis and swimming. Overall it could be a great property but as you take a closer look, the property is run down, the rooms are old and not taken care of. The beds are not comfortable, the shower is stained and old and parts of it fall down when the water runs. The air/heat don't work properly and it is impossible to set the room to a comfortable temperature. Their centralized air system blows on top of the bed making it impossible to sleep. Also, being a historical building, they don't have a "back of the house" so you will often run into the service staff in the one and only elevator of the property. This would be fine but most of the time dirty dishes are left on the elevator floor for hours, there is no other elevator and it is already small enough that trying not to step on old dishes shouldn't be an obstacle the a guest has to face. For a property that charges you $700+ per night, the attention to details, especially in service and rooms (being that it is a hotel) should be their top priority. it seems that now that they have their 5 diamond plaque in the front, they don't really care to upgrade these areas.
Sara Q - Washington DC, District of Columbia