in the rolling hills of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, the Littlepage Inn at historic
Prospect Hill is less than thirty minutes by car from four of the largest battlefields of
the Civil War (Fredericksburg, Chancelorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania)
Lake Anna is a short distance away, across the fields north of the
house, and nearby facilities make available a host of activities from water sports to
quiet beauty of this pastoral setting as you have a picnic lunch by a wooded spring, watch
a summer afternoon thunderstorm from the north porch, or read a book by the parlor
fieldstone gate posts at the head of an avenue of cedars mark the beginning of your trip
back in time. Follow this country lane beyond the gate to the large white frame house and
visit a special place out of our nation's past.
hall door opens in welcome, and there you find a plantation home essentially as it was in
1811, untreated heart pine floors and painted graining on the doors and wainscot
panelling, stairs worn by the footsteps of six generations--bride and groom, babe and
sage, legislator and soldier, friends from near and far. Enjoy the warm and gracious
ambience of the spacious rooms, their light and proportion. Of their period furnishings,
many are original to the family, some made on the place.
is the world of 1811, a Federal era home of exceptional detailing and character, refined
to modern standards of comfort with full climate control and modern kitchen and baths.
Here you can take a moment to live, to love this place in a way that is not possible at
the wonderful museum houses of the region: Montpelier, Monticello, Stratford Hall, Mount
For a unique
excursion, plan to visit some of the recreational areas or fascinating places nearby, but
spend your nights with us. The hospitality of Prospect Hill, the life and love of the
place, has been a Holladay family hallmark for six generations, and as the Littlepage Inn,
this historic home welcomes you to a new experience of American life nearly two centuries
in the past.