This inn is properly designated as an Historic Inn of America and provides guests and visitors with gorgeous landscaping and views, luxury suites, and a modern spa. The surrounding area around the Inn at Montchanin Village provides visitors with a ton of activities and things to see during their stay.
Rooms & Suites
With 28 guest rooms and suites, the Inn at Montchanin Village boasts elegant décor, modern amenities, and gas fireplaces. Each room includes wireless Internet access, a wet bar, and a mini-fridge.
All guest rooms are located within the historic homes of Montchanin Village. Guests are offered the option of a standard suite or to upgrade to a superior suite. Superior suites include all of the standard amenities, but offer soaking tubs and additional space.
One-bedroom suites and two-bedroom suites are available as well.
Visitors of the Inn at Montchanin Village can eat at Krazy Kat’s Restaurant. Krazy Kat’s is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a weekend brunch service. Guests can enjoy seafood, steaks, and sandwiches, alongside an expansive wine selection.
The surrounding area offers many dining options, including cafes, restaurants, and bars.
For a day of rest and relaxation, guests can head to the Spa at the Inn at Montchanin Village. Visitors can order a variety of signature massages, body treatments, and facials. Nail services, hair styling, and waxing services are also available at the inn’s salon. The Spa also offers reflexology, reiki, and Hydrafacials.
Guests can also visit the inn’s fitness center, which includes cardio equipment, free weights, and a Nordic Track.
Weddings, Reunions & Conference Facilities
The Inn at Montchanin Village’s picturesque location and facilities make it ideal for small gatherings.
Guests looking to book an event at the inn will have a variety of available spaces from which to choose. The inn offers three facilities that are ideal for business meetings, wedding receptions, or parties of any kind. Catering from the chefs at the Inn at Montchanin Village is available for any event.
Available facilities include the Dilwyne Conference Room, the Carpenter House Executive Boardroom, and a private dining room named the Crow’s Nest.
Couples can also make their wedding-day dreams come true at the Inn at Montchanin Village. The Crow’s Nest is perfect for small wedding receptions.
Things to Do Nearby
Guests of the Inn at Montchanin Village can find plenty to do in the surrounding area.
For a glimpse into history, guests can visit one of the nearby museums. The Winterthur Museum Garden & Library offers tours of an eighteenth-century home. This historic site contains artifacts from early American life, a research library, and a 1,000-acre garden. At the Chadd’s Ford Historical Society, guests can see well-preserved buildings from the 1700s. Guests can enjoy tours, demonstrations, and special programming in this historic spot.
The Brandywine River Museum of Art features a gallery of fine art, a museum shop, and a café. Visitors can also head to the Delaware Art Museum. This museum displays a wide variety of permanent and temporary exhibits. Guests can also enjoy educational programs, performance art, a museum store, and a café.
For further cultural enrichment, guests can see a show at the Grand Opera House. Located in nearby Wilmington, this historic location features live entertainment, like concerts, operas, and musicals. The Delaware Theatre Company and the New Candlelight Theatre also host live entertainment in the area.
The surrounding area is home to the Chaddsford Winery. This facility produces and sells wine. Guests can enjoy wine tastings, tours of the winery, and seasonal festivals. Additional attractions include the Twin Lakes Brewery and the Penns Woods Winery.
For shopping, guests can head to Everything but the Kitchen Sink, a nearby shop. This store offers unique home décor, gifts, clothing, and furniture. Guests can also take cooking classes there. Other shopping venues include the Riverfront Market, which houses different food stands, and the Independence Mall.
For outdoor recreation, guests can visit the Brandywine Creek State Park. Popular activities here include hiking, wildlife viewing, and biking. Other outdoor locations include the Valley Garden Park, the Alpocas Run State Park, and the Mt. Cuba Center.
Guests interested in nature may also want to visit the Brandywine Zoo or the Russell W. Peterson Wildlife Refuge. The Brandywine Zoo overlooks the Brandywine River and holds the distinction of the only zoo in the state. At the Russell W. Peterson Wildlife Refuge, guests can learn about the species that are native to the area.
Guests interested in golfing can head to the Hartefeld National. This golf club offers challenging terrain, dining options, and a Golf Pro Shop.
Route 100 & Kirk Road, Montchanin, DE 19710, Phone: 800-269-2473
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