|Charlottesville has become a mecca
for food and wine connoisseurs; what
better place to spend New Year’s Eve?
Typically, when people think of New Year’s Eve, visions of crowded parties; balloons and confetti streaming from the ceiling at midnight; and lots of noise, loud music, and alcohol come to mind.
But if this is not your idea of the way to spend a New Year’s Eve, consider a romantic getaway to Charlottesville and the Foxfield Inn, a luxurious Bed and Breakfast just 15 minutes from downtown Charlottesville. It’s just a few minutes’ drive from town, but you will feel worlds away.
The Charlottesville area has so much to offer, especially if you are into wine and fine dining. Named by Forbes as one of Six Exciting Wine Regions to Explore in 2014 Charlottesville also has been named among America’s Five New Foodie Cities by Wine Enthusiast, and was recognized as the Best Food Region of 2014 according to Esquire. Experience for yourself why we have earned these accolades.
Your wine and culinary journey begins the moment you arrive at Foxfield Inn. You are warmly greeted in true Southern style by your hosts who soon provide you with a glass of wine or beer after your tour of the Inn. Enjoy your beverage in front of the fire before heading out to one of Charlottesville’s many fine restaurants. Imagine a nice, quiet dinner, away from the New Year’s Eve hustle and bustle, at Ivy Inn, Hamilton’s at First and Main, or Fleurie, to name a few.
|Charlottesville is home to a plethora of fine dining
establishments, meeting just about every taste.
Ivy Inn is just one of many wonderful restaurants in Charlottesville, Virginia. And don’t take it from me, TripAdvisor reviewers have voted Ivy Inn A must when in Charlottesville, and recent Foxfield guests preferred Ivy Inn over another popular eatery.
And with a TripAdvisor raking of #6 among 462 Charlottesville restaurants, Hamilton’s at First and Main consistently earns kudos for food and service. Their blue plate special is always inventive, providing a nod to vegetarian cuisine. Hamilton’s consistently proves that vegetarian is not boring.
And if your tastes lean toward French cuisine, Fleurie is for you. Here is what one TripAdvisor reviewer had to say about his New Year’s Eve experience at Fleurie: New Year’s Eve dinner at Fleurie was exceptional – the menu was much more extensive than most restaurant menus on special holidays, and included both regular menu favorites and some exceptional specials. Even though the restaurant was busy, it was not noisy, and service was attentive, professional, and not rushed. Great food, great wine, great service, for one of our most memorable New Year’s Eve’s ever.
So if you are looking for a “Most Memorable New Year’s Eve,” come to Charlottesville, Virginia. Experience for yourself all that we have to offer wine connoisseurs and gourmets alike. Cheers!
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Innkeepers at Foxfield Inn