5 based on 52 reviews
My Neighbor and Me provides a fair trade retail shop reflecting indigenous cultures, unique gifts, and simple necessities where local and global neighbors can equitably exchange goods and services.
This store is always interesting to visit. They have a wonderful selection of items from all over the world. And you don't have to feel guilty about spending a little extra money because the items are all fair trade purchases. It a great stop for a guy who needs a gift because the proprietor Christine always has good suggestions to fit most any budget.
4 based on 69 reviews
Founded in 2000, Veramar Vineyard was one of the first successful wineries in the northern Shenandoah Valley. The vineyard is run by James and Della Bogaty, who were original members of the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. Justin, their son, is the winemaker. He is a graduate of VMI and has a certificate of oenology from UC Davis. Our wine is internationally-acclaimed, and is made at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
After our plans for the day fell through, I took my parents to this winery. It was in a lovely setting and the server Amberly was super friendly. My dad and I did a tasting and the wines left a little to be desired. The wines were rather sour and had some weird aftertastes. It left a little to be desired.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Excellent fresh fruits and vegetables, some home canned goods, and a few pies and other fresh-made baked goods, at great prices. I bought a half-peck of same-day-picked peaches (about 12) for $10! A nice place to stop if driving between Winchester and Leeburg, on Rt. 7.
5 based on 16 reviews
Modern Mercantile is a curated boutique featuring fresh and unique gifts for people, pets, and home. If you're looking for something different stop in Modern Mercantile. We feature many handmade items at accessible prices for all your gift giving needs.
Elizabeth's shop is a real gem in the heart of downtown berryville, va. Every time we stop in there is something new to tickle our fancy. The items are handmade by local artisans and it's hard to choose. Everything is beautiful. After visiting, I couldn't...MoreThank you Joyce! It's always a pleasure to have you in the shop.
5 based on 12 reviews
Family art studio featuring pottery, sculpture, fine art, illustration. Studio is on the right side of our house.
This artistic family has a nice variety to offer. The studio is attached to their home, so you think "maybe I'm not in the right place", but don't hesitate! There are pottery pieces both practical and purely decorative, and most are both. I happen to love Liam's graphic art. A great place for gifts, too. Location is very convenient and accessible in Berryville. Don't miss it!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
In a weeks time we enjoyed a family dinner with our grandchildren. There is a super play area for the kids. We were pleased with the dinner menus as well as the breakfast offerings.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Everyone was so nice here. We had the tasting room to ourselves since we came late in the day. The winery is tucked up in the hills. The tasting room was quite comfortable and our pourers were friendly. The wines were nice. The chardonnay, Cabernet franc and port style (sultry n red) were favorites.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
approximately 90 minutes west of the urban jungle of DC through the suburban sprawl of Northern Virginia is an oasis in space and time... well worth the side trip. wander the grounds, enjoy the quiet, punctuated by the calls of birds. sit on the bank and watch the Shenandoah River flow by and again, relish the quiet. respect the monks and those on religious retreats by not approaching any of the buildings, except the gift shop.
in the shop, the creamed honey is unique and most tasty. there are also jams/preserves and candies made by trappist monks and nuns elsewhere. sadly they no longer sell the wonderful bread they used to make- a monk related to me that the bread business became so popular that it detracted from the monastic lifestyle, so they ceased sales
4 based on 51 reviews
Watermelon Park features camping, tubing, canoeing and kayaking on the scenic Shenandoah River. We're proud to offer the lowest rates in the tri-state area!
We headed out with our kids, 8/10 on a sunday at about noon. Cheap, $10/person - and an additional $10 if you want a tube to float a cooler down river. Or, you can bring your own cooler float for free. We did wait a...MoreGreat to hear you enjoyed your day ! Thank you for your nice review
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Barns of Rose Hill is a vibrant 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts venue and community center located in historic downtown Berryville, Virginia. Our venue was formerly two historic dairy barns from the early 20th century that have been respectfully restored and renovated into one unique building with superb acoustic engineering and modern amenities. We offer a diverse variety of free and affordable programs throughout the year for people of all ages. Our programs include live music, exhibits, films, workshops and classes, jam sessions, community programs, and more to fulfill our mission to enrich lives through programs in the performing, visual, and literary arts.
This beautiful building was reconstructed from two old barns that are original to the property. There is a large gallery space on the first floor and an acoustically sweet performance space on the second floor. The variety of musical and other performances are amazing for such a small town; there is a bar and occasionally food for sale.
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