Nothing beats a romantic venue for a wedding, honeymoon or even a weekend get-away. And if you are in Virginia, you certainly have a wide array of choices.

Virginia venues are great because they typically provide beautiful panoramic views, plenty of history, and a ton of charm. If you are on the hunt for a little Virginia romance, I have attempted to make your search a little easier by providing you with a short list of some of my favorites.

The Homestead. This classic Georgian-style mountain resort is situated in Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains and it is renowned for its natural hot springs that have been enjoyed by many since the 18th century.

Boar’s Head Inn. Built around a reconstructed stone gristmill, circa 1834, Boar’s Head Inn is nestled into the gently rolling hills of a 573-acre estate just outside Charlottesville, Virginia.

Inn At Little Washington. The Inn at Little Washington’s personalized approach to serving its guests is consistently rated amongst the world’s best. As life would have it, I have never been to the Inn at Little Washington. But I know more than my share of brides that got engaged there. Everyone swears that it is the perfect spot for romance.

Hope and Glory Inn. This inn has seven individually styled rooms in a historic schoolhouse eclectically styled and hopelessly romantic. It’s situated in a Chesapeake Bay waterfront village full of chic shops, and I must tell you that you have to give in to your inhabitations and take a long hot bath in the claw foot bathtub — under the moon.

Sugartree Inn. This inn located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. I had to try it out simply because it was picked as one of the “Six Top Romantic Inns” by Washingtonians Magazine

Royal Oaks. One of my clients selected this location for her honeymoon, and she was in love. Royal Oaks has ten cabins that over unforgettable, but romantic, mountain experience.

Enjoy!  Love & Soul Always, Kay