L’Auberge Provençale is a classic French Country Inn set in the heart of Virginia wine country. The property features fourteen unique guest rooms, an on-site bar and lounge, and an award-winning restaurant and wine cellar. But don’t just take our word for it, see what others say about L’Auberge Provençale.
- Wine Spectator: Best of Excellence award 2016
- Open Table: Diners’ Choice 2015, 2016, 2018
- Great Country Inn Chef by the James Beard Foundation
- Travel Channel: Great Country Inns
- Discovery Channel: Great Chefs of the East
- Fodor’s Choice Award 2010
- Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor 2017
Then there’s Chef Richard Wright. Born in the Philippines, Wright graduated from culinary school and cut his teeth on New York’s Le Bernadin, owned by three-Michelin Star chef Eric Ripert, for five years. “I’d like to take the philosophy of the owners along with my own and elevate our food and give it a modern approach,” Wright said of L’Auberge Provencale...
The bed and breakfast has been in the town for 37 years and has won numerous awards for its service , wine selection, and world renowned chefs. Borel says the inn provides people with a break from the hussle and bussle of life.
You might think you're arrived at a French country inn when you check into L'Auberge Provencale, a bed-and-breakfast in the Shenandoah Valley. The area is ideal for vineyard lovers and nature-seekers with all its wineries, Shenandoah National Park and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
There's a special menu for Valentine's Day, as well as the weekend before and after the holiday. For a meal to remember, spring for the tasting menu for two, paired with wines by sommelier Christian Borel or choose the five-course prix fixe menu. Even better, the property's romantic packages includes a couples massage, cooking classes and more.
Born in the Philippines, Executive Chef Richard Wright started his career in New York City at the famed Gotham Bar and Grill. Soon after he was recruited by the three Michelin star chef Eric Ripert to his Manhattan mecca, Le Bernardin. After five years at Le Bernardin, Chef Wright began to crave for a different atmosphere, so he left the city for the countryside...
Spend a Weekend in Provence The French countryside is not so faraway -- in fact, it’s about an hour west of DC. La Table Provençale is a French-inspired restaurant located on the grounds of a colonial inn surrounded by fruit orchards as well as herb and vegetable gardens.
Touches such as aromatherapy showers and fireplaces lend a romantic air to this sun-splashed inn. La Table, the on-site restaurant, plucks vegetables from its gardens and fruit from its orchard for the French-inspired menu.
This restaurant and historic inn is the perfect weekend getaway, located in the foothills of the Shenandoah Valley and in close proximity to several vineyards and small-town destinations, like Paris, Middleburg, and Winchester, Virginia.
Escape to White Post this holiday and treat your partner to this special Valentine’s Day tasting menu. Anyone who stays at the bed and breakfast will also receive a complimentary heart-shaped cake.
Though located in Virginia, this B&B recreates an authentic Provençale experience. Innkeepers Celeste and Alain Borel like to say, “Escape to Provence. No passport required.” Whether in a premier guest room or elegant suite, guests are transported to the South of France with the faux walls, Provençale fabrics, antiques and reproductions.
It's hard to say what I love best about L'Auberge Provençale, an oh-so-French country inn located in the small town of White Post, Virginia. Perhaps it's the cushy bed waiting in my guest room. Or it could be the in-house restaurant's world-class cuisine and impeccable service. I'm fond, too, of watching the sun climb over the Blue Ridge Mountains and spill into the Shenandoah Valley.
Best of Virginia: Third Place for Best Bed and Breakfast
Once you step into l’Auberge Provençale, you’ll want to cozy up to the warmth of the steady fire in the hearth of the sitting room of this revered historic inn. The rich ochres of the fabrics and faux-painted walls envelop you in Provençal style.
Situated up a lonely highway in the middle of the Virginia countryside, the decadent French meals served at L’Auberge Provencale will surprise with the rustic French flavors of the rural Provencale region, while still remaining undeniably refined.
At L’Auberge Provencale we also have many fine local wineries in the area surrounding our Bed and Breakfast, hey include Delaplane, Linden, Fox Meadow, Chataueu O’brien, and RDB.
It’s all about romance at this 260-year-old inn that could as easily be in the French countryside as in the Shenandoah Valley. Which is why on any given night couples are celebrating—anniversaries, first dates, post-baby and empty-nest getaways.
L’Auberge Provençale brings an air of French sophistication to the Virginia wine country.
“L'Auberge Provençale was even cuter in person than in the pictures we saw online. Tucked away in Virginia Wine Country, we were in the perfect spot to do the full wine trail, horseback riding, or even white water rafting if we wanted!"
“I was amazed by how much the place resembles inns I have visited in Provence, especially the surrounding, lush, garden. We were lucky to be there on a fall day that felt more like the middle of summer, so we took our time lounging around in the outdoor seating area, drinking the most delicious, freshly squeezed lemonade before heading out to explore Middleburg."
“When you can’t travel to France for real, you find a place locally that makes you feel like you’re in France. L’Auberge Provencale, a cute bed & breakfast teeming with flowers, herbs and views of rolling hills and mountains, does just that."
Celeste and Alain Borel, Owners
Richard Wright, Executive Chef
Christian Borel, Sommelier
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