Keswick Hall and Golf Club

Keswick, VA Resort
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ChainIndependent / Other
Total Meeting Space700 sq. m
Guest Rooms48
701 Club Drive
Keswick, VA 22947

Keswick Hall and Golf Club

Keswick, VA Resort
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Forbes Travel Guide


Forbes Five Star Luxury Resort. US News and World Report – Best Hotels List Luxury Travel Guide - Luxury Hotel and Golf Club of the Year Full Cry Golf Course ranked #45 in Golfweek’s “Best Resort Courses in the U.S.”


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Mountain)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Golf Course on Grounds
  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Tennis Courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue Accessible By

  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Piano
  • Portable Heaters
  • Portable Walls

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space700 sq. m
Meeting Rooms7
Largest Room98 sq. m
Second Largest Room93 sq. m
Space (Private)650 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)929 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms48
Singles (1 Bed)48
Tax Rate10.3%



Local Attractions


Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
Monticello is the home of Thomas Jefferson, third U.S. President, author of the Declaration of Independence and Statute for Religious Freedom as well as founder of the University of Virginia. In 1769 at the age of 26, Thomas Jefferson began the design and construction of Monticello. Perched on a mountaintop overlooking the city of Charlottesville, Monticello is a majestic reminder of Jefferson's creativity and talent. No other home in the United States more accurately reflects the personality of its owner than Monticello, Jefferson's architectural masterpiece and beloved mountaintop home. Daily tours at Monticello range from the intimacy of Jefferson's private suite of rooms, to the sensations of his gardens, orchards, and vineyards, to the stories of slaves who worked and lived on the plantation. Monticello is owned and operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which has continued to restore the house and create an authentic Jeffersonian atmosphere.
931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway
Charlottesville, VA, US 22902

Virginia Wineries

There are over 25 wineries and cideries within a one hour drive of Keswick Hall and Golf Club. Many of the vineyards also host private group events, tasting and even horse back riding.

University of Virginia

15 minutes away
The history, the architecture and the grounds of the University of Virginia make it a must-see site during any visit to the region. Established by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, and opened in 1825 to 123 students, the University of Virginia, the only university in the United States to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, lends a stately grace to the city. The university became the first in the United States to allow specializations in a diversity of fields, breaking away from the traditional three subjects, Medicine, Law and Religion, offered by most at the time, and allowing students to study the likes of Astronomy, Architecture, Philosophy, and Political Science. Jefferson explained, "This institution will be based on the illimitable freedom of the human mind. For here we are not afraid to follow truth wherever it may lead." Despite an encounter with General Custer's men in 1865, where a number of the Pavillions were damaged, the university's main buildings remained intact - ensuring that the likes of the Rotunda, a building Jefferson modelled after the Pantheon in Rome, can be appreciated by all who visit the campus. One hundred eighty-three years since it first opened its doors, the university is now home to some 20,000 students, has 10 schools in Charlottesville, and offers a myriad of different courses, having grown into a highly-respected place of learning.
Charlottesville, VA, US

Ash Lawn-Highland

Historical Landmark
5 mi. away
Ash Lawn-Highland is the home of the fifth US President, James Monroe. Highland is both a historic site and an events venue, continuing Monroe’s tradition of welcoming friends, neighbors, dignitaries, and visitors from around the globe. The site tour offers a compelling glimpse into a period of growth in U.S. history, in a setting full of abundant charm. Nestled against a ridge, Monroe’s Highland is a landscape of rolling hills, pastures, and woodland, providing an unequalled backdrop of beauty and history for meetings, weddings, parties of all kinds, picnics, and living history interpretations in the restored plantation core. James Monroe’s Highland offers guided tours year-round. In the restored guest house, the rich collection of period and Monroe-family furnishings perfectly exemplifies James and Elizabeth Monroe’s international style, while also demonstrating their strong American connections. Our guided tour emphasizes Monroe’s many and varied contributions to our nation’s early history. Known for his two-term presidency, James Monroe held many political offices, including roles in the Continental Congress and the U.S. Senate, and multiple terms as Governor of Virginia. The story of James Monroe’s life features the American Revolution, southern and western expansion, international diplomacy and our earliest foreign policy, critical issues surrounding slavery—including a major slave rebellion, the international slave trade, and the anti-slavery movement—Congressional compromise, and of course his eight years as President of the United States.
2050 James Monroe Parkway
Charlottesville, VA, US 22902


Historical Landmark
23 mi. away
Montpelier, the lifelong home of James and Dolley Madison, is situated on 2,650 acres of protected land with unobstructed views of the Blue Ridge Mountains just a two-hour drive from Washington D.C. Visitors can enjoy award-winning food at the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center, tours of the historic house, and hiking on 8+ miles of walking trails. Immerse yourself in the history of one of our nation’s most transformative thinkers and his work. Montpelier's Center for the Constitution is America's premier constitutional training center, offering world-class on-site and online educational programming. The Center's dynamic, nonpartisan, and in-depth approach inspires participation in civic dialogue, improves the public’s understanding of the founding principles of the United States, and seeks to enable citizens to deepen their understanding of and participation in our democracy.
2650 Laundry Road
Monpelier Station, VA, US 22957

Distance from Airport

  • 25.75 km from Venue


  • Complimentary Parking
  • Valet Parking


NOV 7, 2017: (CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) – Keswick Hall & Golf Club – the celebrated 600-acre luxury resort – will begin a major renovation of its Forbes Five-Star 48-room hotel in early January 2018. The project includes comprehensive reconstruction of the building’s interior and foundation as well as a floor-to-ceiling makeover of all hotel rooms and suites, public spaces, meeting facilities and food and beverage outlets. Once completed, the overall goal of the improvements is to preserve the integrity of the elegant structure and provide an even more luxurious setting for Keswick Hall’s guests to savor a true world-class experience. During the renovation, the resort’s acclaimed golf course, Full Cry at Keswick Golf Club, will remain open, as will the golf clubhouse with its Club Grill restaurant, spa, fitness center, driving range and members’ pool. Additionally, unaffected will be the property’s full-service pavilion pool and tennis facilities. The hotel is scheduled to reopen in Spring 2019. The Forbes Five Star year round resort provides an extensive offering of recreational amenities, including guest access to the renowned Keswick Club, recognized as one of the finest private clubs in Central Virginia since 1948. Combined with luxurious accommodations in the intimate setting of the 48-room Keswick Hall, warm and genuine service, and gracious dining, guests are made to feel as if they are visiting a country estate. Location Located in the heart of Virginia’s wine and hunt country, the resort is just 10 minutes from Charlottesville and is home to the University of Virginia and a thriving downtown community featuring unique restaurants, shopping and cultural opportunities. Thomas Jefferson's Monticello is 5 miles away and a variety of award-winning wineries are within an easy driving distance. Access Delta, United, and American Airlines serve the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport (CHO). Piedmont Aviation Service, adjacent to the airport, is available for private planes and jets. Keswick Hall and Golf Club offers a private helipad. By car, Keswick Hall and Golf Club is approximately 1 hour from Richmond, 2 hours from Washington, 2.5 hours from Baltimore, and 3 hours from Raleigh, NC. Event Spaces Keswick Hall has 7,000 square feet of meeting space to accommodate everything from the smallest meeting to the largest banquet, all with grand views and plenty of natural light. Meeting and event configurations offer extensive flexibility, while personal service and attention to detail abound, ensuring outstanding experiences for all participants and guests. Facilities and Activities Keswick Hall and Golf Club provides a wide variety of opportunities for recreation and relaxation, including: • "Full Cry" by Pete Dye 18-hole golf course •Driving range •Private golf lessons •Tennis, including seven lighted tennis courts and private instruction •Three swimming pools including an infinity edge lounging pool at Keswick Hall, an indoor/outdoor swimming pool at Keswick Club and a seasonal outdoor lap pool at the Tennis and Aquatics Centre •Fitness facility with free weights, weight machines, cardiovascular equipment and a daily schedule of fitness classes •The full-service Spa at Keswick Club •Retail shop (for golf, tennis and leisure wear) •Complimentary bicycles •Miles of nature trails for walking, jogging or biking •Fishing at on-site at Broadmoore Lake (fly or cast) •Hot air balloon tours •Customized vineyard tours and wine tastings •Antique snooker table Off-Property Excursions •Horseback riding •Skeet shooting •Fly fishing in nearby stream •Hiking and mountain biking in Shenandoah National Park •Whitewater rafting on the James River •Tours of nearby presidential homes, including Monticello (home of President Thomas Jefferson), Ash-Lawn Highland (home of President James Monroe) and Montpelier (home of President James Madison)

Cancellation Policy

Please contact the Sales Department for cancellation terms and conditions.

Additional Information

A Storied Past Villa Crawford, the historic north wing of Keswick Hall, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012. Built in 1912 as a gorgeous Italianate-style estate, the property was converted to a country club in 1948, and restored in the early 1990s as part of the world-class hotel that now graces a most beautiful piece of Virginia countryside.


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