During Your Stay
At 200 South Street Inn, your comfort is of primary importance to us. Just so you know what to expect when you get here, we wanted to share with you some of the details about the Inn!
- The Inn is composed of two buildings. The Main House contains the Front Desk, the Library and Rooms 1-12. The Cottage, across the driveway, houses Rooms 14 - 24.
- All of our rooms have private baths. They all have shower/tub combinations.
- A savory Contiental Breakfast is served each morning featuring our freshly baked breads, fruit, Greek yogurt, homemade granola, cereals, toasting breads baked locally, fresh squeezed orange juice and organic coffee. Perhaps Diana's hot scones will be served the morning you are here!
- Complimentary WiFi is available to our guests throughout the Inn.
- Free parking is available in our parking lot.
- Our infamous Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are offered to our guests around the clock.
- Fresh fruit bowls can be found in the Library and the Front Hall.
- Check in time is 2:00pm. If you require an early arrival time, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you. If you will arrive after 9:00pm, please let us know and we will make arrangements for you to get the key to your room.
- Check out is at 11:00am.
- We do enjoy the company of your well behaved children!
- We have a no pet policy at the Inn.
While in Charlottesville....
200 South Street Inn provides lodging in Charlottesville's downtown historic district. It is four miles from Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello, and one mile from the University of Virginia. 200 South Street Inn is two blocks from a bustling pedestrian mall filled with musical venues, boutiques, antique shops, bookstores, movie theaters and restaurants (so good, even the New York Times and the Washington Post rave). There is even an indoor ice-skating rink. Besides Monticello, our bed and breakfast is also near two other presidents' homes: Ash Lawn, the home of James Monroe, and James Madison's Montpelier. The Old Michie Tavern, located only a quarter of a mile from Monticello and serving 18th century fare, is a nice stop for lunch.Twenty minutes to the west are the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway, where the beautiful countryside makes for perfect hiking and biking. Many wineries and breweries in the area welcome visitors.