Dinsmore House Inn Bed and Breakfast
Dinsmore House Inn
The Dinsmore House was built in 1817 by James Dinsmore, the master builder for Thomas Jefferson. He was a master carpenter at Jefferson's homes of Monticello and Poplar Forest. Then in 1809, he worked on the Madison's home Montpelier. After he built this house, he remained for the rest of his life in Charlottesville, willing the house to his brother John when he passed away.
Today the Dinsmore House Inn combines a perfect location with luxurious comfort. It is walking distance to an abundance of restaurants and shops. It is only one block from the University of Virginia and 1/2 mile from the historic Downtown Mall. If you don't feel like walking, the free trolley stops one block from the inn every 15 minutes.
Choose one of the 8 unique rooms for your stay. Each room has a different decor and arrangement. Four of the rooms have queen-size beds and four have king-size beds, all are over-stuffed down feather beds. There are a number of amenities to pamper you on your stay. Each room has a private bath, cable television, free wireless internet access, and heating and air conditioning. There are complimentary beverages and snacks always available. Begin your night with the evening social hour serving wine and cheese or tea and fresh pastries.
Enjoy a full homemade breakfast each morning which includes fruit, homemade granola, yogurt, fresh bread, and a hot dish that varies each day. A sample of some of the hot dishes served includes Spinach and Gruyere Strata, Torta Rustica, Pecan Crusted French Toast, Eggs Benedict, or Gingerbread and Pumpkin Pancakes. A great way to start the day.
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