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September 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Primland in Meadows of Dan, Virginia

Hidden in 12,000 acres of unspoiled mountain territory, Primland is the quintessential Virginia property for those seeking absolute relaxation. Along the rustic tresses of the Blue Ridge Plateau, this Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group, features an expansive and majestic environment fit for lounging and active adventures. Leading the path in stunningly beautiful resorts, your accommodations are LEED certified, with a total commitment to treasuring the land and environment around them. Verdant forests, wild turkeys, deer, and trout are the backdrop to a serene vacation in the wild. Surrounded by the quaint shops of the Meadows of Dan, Fairy Stone State Park, and the Blue Ridge Parkway, an abundance of local wineries to bluegrass and country music festivals are happening hot spots in your part of town.

Whether you want to leave the resort or stay in, a long list of resort amenities leave little to be desired at Primland. The Highland Golf Course is a jewel to the area, ranked in the Golfweek's Top 25 Resorts in the US. Whether lounging by the pool, enjoying a nature walk, horse back riding, or star gazing, a wide range of resort activities allow you to take full advantage of the great outdoors. In the evening, indulge in nature's greatest gifts, during a tasty feast at The Lodge. A refreshing experience is effortlessly created by the all encompassing services of The Lodge and Cottages at Primland.

Location of Primland

Primland
2000 Busted Rock Road
24120
Meadows of Dan, Virginia

Nearest Airport: ROA

Amenities for Primland

  • General Information
  • 80 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 2 Bars
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • On-Site Car Rental
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Hiking Trails
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Game Room
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Tennis Courts
  • Horse Stables
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Golf Academy
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • Health Club
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Wet Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • Wine Tasting
  • Pilates
  • Mountain Biking
  • Stargazing
  • Nature Walks
  • Yoga
  • Clay Bird Shooting
  • ATV Tours
  • Golf Lessons
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Table Tennis
  • Wine Tours
  • Hunting
  • Bird Watching
  • Camping
  • Horseback Riding
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Teen Spa Treatments
  • Kids Spa Treatments
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Wineries
  • Restaurants
  • Parks
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Family
  • Golf

Reviews for Primland

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

this was our second time here and we stayed in a cottage. the views were outstanding form our room and we had 2 balconies also. What makes this resort so great is not just the great rooms but the staff also. They are all so friendly n helpful. My husband loves the golf and I went hiking and paddleboarding. They also have a lovely spa but make sure you make your appointments in advance as it was booked when i was there.We ate dinner in elements and it was terrific as we had the tasting menu,

suzeyes - Newark, New Jersey


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

After hearing about Primland since I moved to Charlotte in 2009, I finally decided to take my two boys (13, 15) there this summer for some outdoor adventure, but combined with a comfortable bed to sleep in at night. First, I'm glad I waited until they were teenagers. Second, it's a visit well worth waiting (and saving) for. A lot of places we've gone in August have been packed with tourists. Not Primland. It could be the somewhat prohibitive prices, but it's probably also the sheer isolation of this place and the relative small number of cottages and rooms. In 5 days here I'm not sure we saw 30 unique guests and it sure felt like there was at least one staff member per guest. That spells "awesome service". The setting, the sounds, the service, the food and the rooms are the real stars here. The photos speak for themselves I think regarding the setting--words really can't describe how beautiful it is here whether it's raining or sunny. The way the fog/mist climbs up from the floor of the gorge is really beautiful. Wild turkeys and deer are all over the grounds and seem oddly comfortable with humans. The staff warned about bears but we didn't see any. The sounds? Mostly just silence except for the wind (or rain) and crickets and birds. A true escape. Not even the sound of airplanes overhead. Pure wilderness. The service was amazing, with one exception I'll note below under cons. Kudos to jennifer for the great breakfast service each morning and the small bag of Honduras Cafe Primland roast to take home. Sample for the staff in the 19th Green pub. But especially for the guides on our adventures/activities. In particular Steve at the sporting clays. Jeff and BJ for fly fishing. And Michael and Michelle at kayaking. The food was really good. Best food is the breakfast pastries and s'mores, but perhaps those tasted better because they're the only thing here that doesn't cost anything. But seriously, the pig candy (candied bacon) and sandwiches and breakfast were really good. And the coffee. The cottage (we stayed at Pinnacle) was fantastic. Odd that there's lots of room in the kitchen area to store things and a small fridge but not even a microwave. Beds are pillow top and comfortable. Towels are large and absorbent. Bathroom is large and beautiful. And the views from the deck were breathtaking. Alas, nothing in this world is perfect. The main negative here is the cost with which all of the great scenery, sounds, service and comfort come with. I'd love to come back but I do feel a bit like the place, for most people, gets all the money they'll ever get from you during the first visit. Though I had a room package that included a free night with 3 paid, it's that guests are pretty much captive the entire stay. Breakfast? $60 plus tip. Lunch? $60 plus top. Dinner? $100 plus tip. And that doesn't include any alcohol and, for many of the entrees, it doesn't include sides and the portions are small. Even more egregious at Elements. Also, there's really only one spot to eat in so after a few days it gets a bit old. I think in hindsight some of the activities are a bit overpriced too. On some I am ok, since the guides did teach the boys how to use a shotgun safely. But other activities can be had for a lot less money elsewhere. One activity that felt like I was really being taken on was the use of the driving range. They charged me and my two boys $25 a piece to hit probably 50 balls each and didn't even adjust that down because the short game area was closed. I knew about the fee but just feel like it would have been appropriate to comp the 2 boys. The only other thing that was more of an annoyance than anything was that I tried 3 times to make a dinner reservation at Stables and kept being told by the front desk staff/activities staff that they had none. Then while sitting at the bar on the last night the server asked why we weren't eating at Stables. I explained my story to her and the staff at a Stables and they referenced communication issues between departments, which seems odd and unusual for a resort of this stature. In the end we got to Stables though it wasn't that great and $120 plus tip for mediocre fried food and ribs was a disappointment. Would I come back? Yes. In a few years perhaps. But I wouldn't stay as long, I'd bring a trunk load of my own snacks and soda and beer to keep in the room, and I'd probably just enjoy the grounds and avoid the pricier activities.

- Charlotte, North Carolina


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I just left Primland and are already trying to plan a return trip. We stayed in a beautiful pinnacle cottage. The cottage was huge, luxurious and comfortable all at the same time but nothing could compete with the amazing view. We played golf, had spa treatments and went on an ATV Tour. We enjoyed each activity and wished we had time to do more. All that being said, if the staff wasn't as good as the facilities our trip wouldn't be as memorable. Everyone at Primland was warm and gracious and did everything possible to make sure we were happy. If you have the opportunity to visit Primland you should!

lghof - Olney, Maryland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our fourth visit to Primland again was exceptional. Stayed in a Pinnacles cottage and enjoyed a beautiful view. Dining, spa, horseback riding and skeet were all first class. From the manager to the housekeeper, all were friendly and professional. We will return soon.

Jerry B - Fincastle, Virginia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The staff is very helpful and friendly. We were shown to our suite and then our adventure began. All three restaurants were wonderful. We did the spa, rtvs, fly fishing, kayaking, archery and sporting clays. There were so many other choices but we had time only for these. Next time we will do the horseback riding for sure. The views from our room were stunning. There is so much to do and see at Primland

Kate D


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