Inn on Poplar Hill

278 Caroline Street Orange, VA 22960 540-672-6840 stay@innonpoplarhill.com

Children

Well behaved, supervised children are welcome. We have a large selection of games and other distractions to keep them busy. We do ask that you let us know in advance if you plan on bringing young ones with you. The Magnolia room is the best choice for a family room. It has a King Bed and a matching twin with a hidden trundle bed. We charge $25 per night for each additional guest. Please note, unsupervised children will be given a cookie and a free kitten.

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Planning a Wine Tasting Tour along the Monticello Wine Trail

Tips for planning a Virginia wine tasting tour.

New to the sport of wine touring Here are my top ten recommendations for planning a successful Virginia Wine Tour

1. Don’t let the fancy jargon and spit bucket intimidate you. Wine makers and for the most part anyone who works at a winery does so because they are […]

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Five Steps to Wine Tasting – Plan a Central Virginia Wine Tour Vacation

Five Simple Steps to Tasting Wine
Here is some sound advice for tasting wine while on your Central Virginia Wine Tour.  Information about planning your tour.
1. Look
The first step is to hold the glass by the stem and look through the wine against a white background to appreciate the true color. The wine should be bright […]

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Virginia Wine Touring 101

Virginia Wine Touring Tips
Whether you are new to wine tasting or a seasoned veteran here are a few tips that will help you make the most of your Virginia Wine Touring experience:

Plan your Virginia Wine Touring adventure.  Map out your route, check the wineries schedule, make appointments with smaller facilities, pack a picnic lunch, and […]

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