Historic Rosemont Manor

Where Elegance Meets History

Year'round, daily Monday-Friday 8 am-6 pm to include weekends for special events.

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Tucked away on 60 unspoiled acres in the peaceful Shenandoah Valley, this gracious Georgian-style mansion was built in 1811 by George Norris, the first High Sheriff of Clarke County. Rosemont has painstakingly been converted into a luxurious B&B where suites and guest rooms are named after U.S. Presidents and other influential dignitaries who have visited the estate. These visitors have included Presidents Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. Other notable visitors included Charles Lindberg, Albert Einstein, General George Marshall and actor John Wayne.

Former Virginia Governor and United States Senator Harry F. Byrd Sr. purchased Rosemont and moved his family into the residence in 1929. His family continued to reside on the estate until 1997.

During the Civil War, the Battle of Berryville was fought on Rosemont’s property in September of 1864.Several guest houses on the property are named for both Confederate and Union generals.

Historic Rosemont Manor offers accommodations and solitude where special events such as weddings and corporate retreats are making new history!


Suzanne Donner, General Manager




16 Rosemont Manor Lane
Berryville, VA 22611

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