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About Meadow Villas

We are so much more than just another place to stay. Here's why:


romantic-virginia-mountain-retreatDistinctive Personal Touches - From the beginning, our owners have championed the idea that guests would always be able to relax as they enjoy a magnificent home away from home. Call it old fashioned, but in a day when many places buy decor in large volume and most rooms look alike, your private villa is filled with distinctive personal touches.


Villa Luxury & Quality - A standard hotel room simply can not compare to a Meadow Villa. View rooms


History - If you enjoy history, staying at Meadow Villas will put you literally less than two blocks from where Thomas Jefferson spent three weeks in 1818. For even more information on the area's history: click here.

Flexibility - Guests come to the villas for both weekend getaways and extended stays, in groups, as couples and as individuals. Call it a touch of Southern Hospitality, but it is part of our mission to accommodate the diverse needs of our guests.

Even Personal Coaching from certified, experienced coaches available - for longer term, life enhancing, contemplative retreat type stays.

Getting Here: Map & Directions

Getting here is easy and an enjoyable drive with great views.

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  • NOTE: If you are using computer generated directions GOOGLE MAPS GET YOU VERY CLOSE BUT DO NOT HAVE THE LAST STREET NAME, OUR STREET, MEADOWS DRIVE YET since it is a newer street.
  • Instead simply use Googlemaps to get you into Warm Springs and then follow the directions below.
    • We are located just North of downtown Warm Springs on 220. On 220 North - pass Courthouse Hill on left, then Klondike Road on right. We are a few hundred yards past the entrance to Three Hills Inn on the right hand side, turn right on Meadows Drive up the hill, second building on left.
    • If driving south on route # 220, you will find us a short distance beyond the information gazebo and round wooden bathhouses of the Jefferson Pools. Look for the road sign on the left. "The Meadows". When heading South on 220, if you get to Hot Springs, VA, you have gone too far.