Declare your independence from boring resorts and stay at this mansion once owned by Benjamin Harrison, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Welcoming guests since 1728, the Berry Hill Mansion has long been a staple of South Boston, Virginia, nestled among a 650-acre forest.
The mansion features 92 luxurious rooms, adorned with antiques, Italian handcrafted beds, towel warmers and a spacious veranda with sweeping view of the hills. Additionally, there are two spacious and antique-filled suites located on the second level of the building -- the Carrington and Bruce Suite. For ultimate privacy and relaxation, guests can book either the Jefferson or Lafayette Mansionette, built as miniature replicas of the Berry Hill Mansion and containing a front porch facing the Entry Circle.
The beautiful park-like setting allows for hiking, horseback riding, swimming, playing tennis, biking along the Dan River, fishing or taking part in a variety of outdoor leisure games, such as bocce, cornhole, croquet and horseshoes.