Food + Wine

5 Great Inns for Foodies

by Kate Parham

THE INN AT LITTLE WASHINGTON
Washington, Virginia

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Inn at Little Washington is the first inn to ever to receive AAA's 5 Diamond Award for both dining and accommodation. The 34-year-old spot recently added a farmer-in-residence to its team, who converted 8,000 square feet of lawn into a garden offering seven varieties of cherry tomatoes, Swiss chard, cippolini onions, fava beans and 25 varieties of microgreens. Along with a new flock of sheep and a chicken coup, the inn also introduced a roundtrip, 18-passenger luxury coach transportation service taking guests to and from downtown D.C. for $100 per person, including champagne. The holidays are a particular treat here, as chef/owner Patrick OConnell not only decks the halls with boughs of holly, but also applies his unique twist to traditional holiday favorites—think carpaccio of herb-crusted baby lamb with caesar salad ice cream.

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