The natural landscapes of the Blue Ridge Mountains are so beautiful and dramatic that the small towns of the Blue Ridge are often overlooked. Blue Ridge Mountains towns have a unique history, character, and charm. Staying in town allows visitors to walk to local attractions, shopping, restaurants, breweries, and much more, and the small towns in the Blue Ridge always have stunning wilderness just a short drive away.
Locust Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22902
Home in a quiet neighborhood one mile from town, close to wineries and breweries in all directions. Short drive to the Shenandoah National Park and Blue Ridge Parkway. Two queen bedrooms upstairs, and one bedroom and a double futon downstairs. Front porch has a quiet garden view, and screened porch is ideal for relaxing.
Hartmans Mill Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22902
Elegant one-bedroom loft less than a mile from downtown with gorgeous views of Brown’s Mountain and Monticello. The second-story living space was designed with luxury, comfort, and privacy in mind, and includes a living room, full chef’s kitchen, private bedroom, and full bathroom. Back deck overlooks a private wooded lot.
708 N Main St, Lexington, VA 24450
This lovingly restored old stone house is one of the oldest houses in historic Lexington. Special features include a fully-equipped modern kitchen, fireplaces, a large bedroom with a fireplace and walk-in closet, a deck off the bedroom, and a grill. Great room has a large fireplace with gas logs and is furnished with antiques.