If you’re looking to get bundle up and get cozy by a fire, these quaint bed and breakfasts in Virginia that have placed their property into conservation easements might be the perfect place to stay.

We’re grateful that these properties will be treasured forever because they are protected by conservation easements, and we hope that you and your loved ones will make memories that will last forever on your visits!

Not only is the 115 acre tract in Culpeper County protected by a conservation easement, but this 1812 beautiful brick estate of Caledonia Farm is on the National Register of Historic Places. Guests enjoy the charm of the historic home, the open spaces of free-roaming cattle, and the stone walls lining the property.

The Farm at South River is a special one, as it is actually a working cattle farm. Upon your stay at the Greene County farm, which is nestled in 1,000 acres of surrounding farmland protected by conservation easements, you can purchase farm-raised beef, pet the horses, and feed the chickens.

While Fort Lewis Lodge is already closed for the season, it is a destination to add to your fall 2024 bucket list, as it is open from April to October. Bath County offers some magic that can’t be found anywhere else in Virginia. If you haven’t explored it yet, this 3,300 acre farm with opportunities for fine dining, hiking, biking, and trout fishing is the way to begin!

Oak Grove Bed and Breakfast‘s slogan perfectly describes conservation easements: “Preserving the Past, Protecting the Future.” The home has remained in the same family since it was built in the 1820s. Enjoy hiking through the 400 preserved acres in Halifax County!

If you’ve stayed at a bed and breakfast, or even a “glamp” site, not listed above that you’d like to see forever protected by a conservation easement, please let us know! We’d be happy to reach out and help forever conserve the property.