Remembering and Preserving our Past


Take a moment to browse the pictures of James Madison’s birthplace! These lovely folks are turning it into a bed and breakfast and are trying to preserve three other historical buildings on the property. Support them if you can! I’m already trying to plan a trip for when they open. ๐Ÿ™‚

Belle Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast

Just imagine pulling up to our two hundred and twenty-one year old plantation home to spend two beautiful nights in one of our Master Suites overlooking the plantation and the river. Each of the Master Suites will be filled with period style furnishing matching the period that the family for whom the room is named lived at Belle Grove Plantation.ย  After you arrive, join us at 5pm sharp for a Wine and Cheese reception with local Virginia wines and hors dโ€™oeuvres.

Sample a traditional Mint Julep while taking in the view of the Rappahannock River from the riverfront portico. ย Afterwards, take a stroll around the property with Brett and Michelle and learn about the history of Belle Grove Plantation from its beginnings in 1670 to the birth of James Madison to the Civil War and John Wilkes Booth. Afterward return to your room with a turndown service and a nightโ€ฆ

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