Lodging around Charlottesville
Charlottesville offers visitors a wide range of hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and accommodations for every taste and budget.
Lodges and inns along Emmet Street (Route 29) offer convenient access to main thoroughfares to connect visitors to shopping, attractions, scenic drives and historic sites within and beyond the city.
Another concentration brings visitors a stone's throw from the University of Virginia and plants them in the heart of college life, including the lively social scene of the off-campus district known as The Corner. These accommodations also provide quick, convenient access to the University Medical Center and clinics within the University of Virginia Health System.
Downtown Charlottesville hotels and inns offer everything from luxury suites to budget-friendly rooms, while accommodations in adjacent Albemarle County, range from roadside motels to golf resorts, offer quiet, relaxing, countryside retreats just minutes away from Monticello and Ash Lawn-Highland, wineries, breweries, golf, farms, orchards and outdoor activities.
For visitors looking for unique charm, the region offers an extensive network of bed and breakfasts from all eras, some dating back 200 years and bearing the craftsmanship of the builders who worked on Jefferson's Monticello home. Each offers visitors distinctive rooms and furnishings and family-style breakfasts with many offering complimentary wine socials in afternoons and evenings, as well.