Hotel of the week
The Inn at Willow Grove
At this gorgeous 1778 plantation house, you get a glass of prosecco at check-in, then follow a butler to your room. “You heard right—a butler,” said Southern Living, and he’s the one to thank for your morning coffee and beignets and for help arranging outings to nearby Montpelier, Shenandoah National Park, or the area’s wineries. But you may never tire of strolling the 14-room property’s boxwood gardens, sampling the restaurant’s crab cakes and award-winning wines, or luxuriating in spa treatments in a historic outbuilding. “Canapés appear at 5 p.m. in the Salon. You should, too.” innatwillowgrove.com; doubles from $225.