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We stayed at Welbourne twice this year: once in June and once in September: my husband and I, my son in law, daughter and a 7month then 10 month old granddaughter. Both times we were comfortable, entertained and enriched :-) Nat & Sherry are wonderful...More
A wonderful place to go and unwind. It is full of history and stories and modern day innkeepers and staff who make you feel that Welbourne belongs to all who visit.
The breakfast is delicious and keeps on coming, the women who staff the kitchen...More
I feel nourished and renewed after a wonderful weekend at Welbourne. The completely authentic and sincere innkeepers and staff made a wonderful home into a wonderful experience. The homes faded elegance is endearing and comfortable, its easy to feel as if you "belong"here. I'd read...More
We are Virginians and know the area very well, but only found Welbourne about a year ago. Since then, we have stayed seven times. It is a complete break from the tensions of Washington, a trip back in time to a slower pace, a beautiful...More
I have visited Middleburg and Welbourne before, but had never spent a night in the beautiful house. My boyfriend and I decided to attend the Middleburg Christmas Parade and Hunt Review the first weekend in December and spent two lovely nights at Welbourne. Driving down...More
For the proprietors: I cannot find the two short stories written about your historic home by F. Scott Fitzgerald ("Her Last Case," Saturday Evening Post, 1937?) and Thomas Wolfe ("The House at Melbourne," 1934? 1935?). Perhaps there are more. I presume you have them there; may my wife and I come over to read them when we are visiting my brother Russell McKelway next spring (he lives in the country southeast of Berryville)?
29 November 2016|
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Response from Dave P | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at Melbourne back in June this year, and they certainly have the Scott Fitzgerald short story as we read it there. I don't know about the Thomas Wolfe one.
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"Go in the middle of the week. Few private baths."