“Where old is made new” ? www.shabbylove.weebly.com firstname.lastname@example.org Hanna Kappes, Owner Look for a new store opening on Main Street! Shabby Love and eclectic mix of refurbished furniture. From the pictures on line, it looks like Hanna Kappes has a nack for making the old new. When Hanna Kappes moved to Virginia from Kentucky last […]
Thanks to all the readers of VA WIne Lovers Magazine for voting us one of the best B&B’s for a Virginia Wine Weekend. Here is a copy of the article with a list of all of the other winners. What an honor to be listed along with the Boars Head a fabulous resort owned and […]
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we know how to start the day off right. Don’t worry, you won’t find flying food here at the Inn on Poplar Hill. Wake to coffee or tea delivered to your door. Then join the other guests in the dinning room for a multi-course breakfast […]
Keswick Vineyards fourth annual winemaker’s dinner, hosted by their charismatic winemaker, Stephen Barnard! Experience the pairing of Harvest Moon of Charlottesville. This promises to be another very memorable evening with great wines, great local food and great company! Keswick will be featuring some of our unreleased 2010 wines for this evening only, which has been […]
We look forward to your visit to our VA bed and breakfast, where guest enjoy walking trails, a stocked fishing pond, a fire-pit, unbelievable trees, A hidden Hammock, wildflowers and wild life. We recommend that you bring walking shoes so that you can enjoy the trails. Our wildflower meadows are home to a large family of […]
Dinning in and around the Inn on Poplar Hill Order a picnic lunch or dinner to enjoy during your stay. for you to enjoy in on the property or take with you when you are visiting the local sites. Because we only use fresh ingredients, we appreciate 48 hours notice. $45 for a picnic for […]
Butterfly at the Inn on Poplar Hill, a photo by PoplarHill on Flickr. Great day on Poplar Hill Via Flickr: Explore our 28 acres in town estate filled with wildlife.
PoplarHill’s photostream on Flickr. This is a test to see how it works