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Whether you are just passing through onto other destinations, doing a bit of business in town, or planning an extended stay, please join us at a local Bed and Breakfast. Most are located within the designated Chatham Historic District and a short walk from downtown Chatham business offices and stores. Take a break from the cookie-cutter accommodations of the corporate motel and hotel chains and enjoy a taste of Southern hospitality ... Chatham-style!

Note: The telephone area code for Chatham and the surrounding area is 434.


La Chaumière Cottage

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On the north side of town, Bill and Mary Lee Black offer a comfortable and memorable stay in the La Chaumière Cottage. Located at 332 North Main Street, a block north of the intersection of Main and Hurt Streets (the latter is also known as Chalk Level Road or VA-685), the La Chaumière Cottage was originally built in the 1890's as a mercantile. Don't let its moniker (meaning "thatched roof cottage") dissuade you; modern conveniences have been incorporated into the historic structure. They can be found here on the web. Call for reservations at 432-7721, or send e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


The Columns

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The Columns is located at 214 South Main Street, just south of the flashing red light at the intersection of Rt. 832 / VA-Rt. 57 and Main Street. Your hosts are Staci and Andrew Wall. An English boxwood hedge will lead you up to this gracious 1897 Greek revival home. Relax and visit on the large gallery porch wrapped around three sides of this 21-room home. The antique imported wallpaper, carved mantels, colorful stained-glass, and other furnishings all work to create an elegant and gracious atmosphere. They can be found here on the web. Reservations may be made at 432-6122 or via e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Kee's Kabin

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Kee's Kabin is located at 146 South Main Street, just north of the flashing red light at the intersection of Rt. 832 / VA-Rt. 57 and Main Street. Your hosts are Jordan and Robert Kee. The modernized 100 year-old log cabin (formerly used as a Honeymoon Cottage) is set back almost 200 feet from the main house which puts it in a surprisingly secluded yet easily accessible location. A two room suite which sleeps 5 is also available in the main house. Further descriptions and reservations are available at 432-2735, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , and www.keeskabin.com/.


The Villa Jidiot

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New York ex patriots Montrue and Bill Collins and their champion Saluki
dogs will welcome you at The Villa Jidiot , 158 South Main Street, just north of
the flashing  light at the intersection of Rt. 832 / VA-Rt. 57 and Main Street.
Enjoy elegant Southern hospitality in this  turn-of-the-century home. Call for
reservations at (434) 334-8945. More information and a quick tour are available
on the web at http://thevillajidiotinn.blogspot.com/  or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/villa.jidiot.7

The Cottage In The Glen Rental

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A cottage in the glen located at 45 Holt Street (opposite Hargrave Blvd.) on 1 acre right in the middle of Chatham. Conveniently located within walking distance to Hargrave Military Academy and Chatham Hall or take a stroll into the historic Town of Chatham, Virginia.
This cottage is available for rent by the day-weekend-or weekly. A few amenities include: furnished linens-3 bedrooms (1-full-2 twin)-Living Room (sofa for sleeping)-Kitchen (all appliances furnished)-Bath-Deck in back to enjoy the nature and serenity on 1 acre of privacy awaiting your arrival-Pets welcome! Call for reservations M.J. Moorefield 434-429-3054 or 434-432-2378. More information available on the web at chathamcottage.homestead.com or send e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Cherrystone Cottage

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Cherrystone Cottage is a fully-furnished, two-story vacation-style dwelling secluded on 15 acres located on the 120-acre Cherrystone Lake about four miles outside Chatham, Virginia. It is conveniently located for any local event and especially suited for accommodating families and friends visiting one of the fine local boarding schools or any other local activity. Cherrystone Cottage is located at 2380 Hawkins Road on Cherrystone Lake, about 4 miles northwest of downtown Chatham.
It’s also within easy driving distance of local points of interest, both historic and modern, such as Virginia International Raceway (30 miles), Martinsville Speedway (site of NASCAR Cup races), Patrick Henry’s home at Red Hill (35 miles), Appomattox Court House (site of Lee’s surrender to Grant, effectively ending the Civil War), and other central Virginia points of interest. Your hosts are Joe and Kitty Rogers. Call for reservations at 434-432-8419. The cottage is available for rent daily or for periods up to a week or more. More information available on the web at cherrystonecottage.com


Buttercup Cottage

 

  634 South Main St.

Chatham, Va.

Contact: Chester Johns (919) 600-4115

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Rates: $125.00/night

$600.00/week

$1,000/2 weeks

$2,000/month

Amenities:

2 bedrooms (Queen and two twins), 2 bathrooms (soaker tub), full kitchen with sitting area, flat screen TV, full living room, deck, large front porch with porch swing, situated on scenic Main Street. Approximately one mile from Chatham Hall and Hargrave Campuses!

In-house cooking or prepared meals available. Grocery shopping and stocked

kitchen available.


Other Accommodations

When sizeable events occur in the area (for example, Chatham Hall or Hargrave homecomings, graduations, school vacations, horseshows, or major swimming meets), our local accommodations will quickly fill up. On such occasions, additional lodgings may be found in the nearby communities of Gretna, Altavista/Hurt, and Danville. Henry Mitchell has compiled a useful list of these options on his extensive local information site:


Why Stay in a B&B?

The tradition of touring the countryside is as old as the horse-drawn coach. Travelers would find roadside inns to rest for the night and particularly valued those that could provide a clean bed and a hearty breakfast at a reasonable cost. The modern-day Bed and Breakfast (B&B) industry thrives today in large part because they provide an atmosphere of warmth and coziness that traditional hotels simply can't match. Since our B&B owners live on the same premises, they bring a different perspective to the job than someone who works a shift behind a hotel reception desk and then goes home to forget about the customers left behind.

At B&Bs, "customers" truly are guests, and we think it shows. We'll point out the best restaurants based on what you might have a taste for that day, point you to romantic spots, direct you to different points of interest, and much more. Our businesses grow as guests become regular visitors. All of these factors combine to make sure your stay is full of some great memories.

 

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