The village of Montchanin, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, lies mid-way between Washington DC and New York, in historic Brandywine Valley. Once part of Winterthur, Montchanin gets its namefrom the grandmother of the founder of the DuPont Company. The Inn is a collection of 11 carefully restored 18th and 19th century buildings on 6 acres with each of the 28 immaculate rooms and suites furnished with period furniture, Frette linens and marble baths. Mostrooms have beautifully manicured private courtyards and several have cosy fireplaces. Enjoy a walk down Privy Lane to savour the gardens and uniqueness of this historic property before indulging in a luxurious massage at the wonderful new spa. In the evening try Krazy Kats Restaurant, once the village blacksmiths shop, famous for its fresh seasonally-inspired creative cuisine and its whimsical decor.
514 Montchanin RdCP:19710,Wilmington,Estados Unidos