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Keswick Hall

August 8, 2016 | Ivy Publications

Nestled among the rolling hills of Albemarle County, Keswick Hall and Golf Club is a sight to behold with deep roots in Virginia’s historic Piedmont Region. (Photo by Aaron Watson Photography)

From its yellow stucco Italianate façade to its sprawling, luscious grounds and meticulously designed Pete Dye golf course, Keswick Hall is sure to bring you and your guests memories that will last a lifetime. (Photo by Keswick Hall)

With 48 guestrooms, elegance and comfort are appointed to capture a classic and luxurious atmosphere. Many rooms feature antique furniture from the Ashley era and are decorated in warm, light colors, exuding tranquility. (Photo by Keswick Hall)

Active guests have multiple options from which to choose. They can play a round of golf on the recently renovated course by designer Pete Dye, enjoy a hike on the resort’s extensive trail system or take a dip in the temperature-controlled saltwater infinity pool. Guests can head to the spa for a relaxing facial or massage, to the “Pavilion” to play tennis, or to the clubhouse of Keswick Golf Club which houses the Club Grill, pro shop and indoor pool. (Photos by Keswick Hall)

A recipient of the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award in 2015 and 2016, Keswick Hall and Golf Club oozes with both southern hospitality and upscale European luxury. Here, Virginian culture and history is alive and well, making Keswick Hall a great place to both celebrate your wedding and vacation. (Photo by Aaron Watson Photography)


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