Jim and Terri Petrovits, Innkeepers  3001Hollymead Drive, Charlottesville, Virginia 22911  Toll Free: (800) 261-0720   Phone (434) 978-4686  Email:  info@silverthatch.com Silver Thatch Inn is an historic Bed and Breakfast in Charlottesville, Virginia.  We offer an exceptional experience in the heart of Virginia’s wine and brew country.  This historic area is the birthplace of Thomas Jefferson, one of our most famous founding fathers, and home to two of his most famous creations: Monticello and the University of Virginia. (go HOOS!) James Monroe is 3 miles away, and James Madison is a short 40 minute drive to Montpelier.   Breakfast is special at the Inn. Both trained chefs, owners Jim & Terri are adamant about from- scratch cooking & baking, using locally grown & raised

products as much as possible and without preservatives. Some of our most

popular recipes are available in our  Recipe Archive. 

Silver Thatch Inn offers seven well appointed guest rooms between the Main House and the adjacent President’s Cottage,  separated by a small patio (perfect to enjoy a lovely fruit & cheese tray with a glass of wine on a summer afternoon!) or a swim in the adjacent pool (available Memorial Day to Labor Day). Named after our country's early Virginia-born presidents, each room has its own personality, and all offer private baths, flat screen TVs, complimentary Wireless throughout and charging stations.  Wood burning fireplaces are available in several rooms. Enjoy your special celebration in one of VA’s most historic homes.  Call Terri for details, 434-978-4686 or email info@silverthatch.com. Iggy’s Wine & Brew Pub  is available for events as well. We know business! Whether you’re planning a business meeting, retreat, or you’re meeting with one of the many worldwide companies headquartered in the area, we invite you to visit our Business Meeting & Business Traveler Programs
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