It was big, roomy and comfortable. Every amenity needed was provided. Thank you.
Peaceful, historic (brick outside) and quaint modern (inside)all at once, elegance in a charming small town atmosphere with two lovely restaurant options right on the property.
Very attractive hotel, outstanding buffet breakfast included, very spacious room with kitchen facilities, helpful staff and ample parking.
Outstanding service — from Chantel and Lolita. Great hospitality!
This is my 2nd stay at this hotel. It's clean and quiet. The staff is friendly and helpful. Just little things need a bit of tweaking,; the fridge froze everything and we were without a phone. Again, these are small things.. we will be back next year!
Every need for a traveler to enjoy their stay at TRU was anticipated and provided from 24 hr. coffee and tea to a variety of reading material, newspapers and magazines. Food was excellent with variety to select from. Most important rooms were clean and comfortable.
Great place to stay. Great breakfast. Professional caring staff. Will stay again. Love Farmville.
Clean and great breakfast! Already made reservations for the next time I’m in town.
Feel like you're having too many long breakfasts and shopping sprees? Make up for your previous vacation behavior with a touch of culture at J Fergeson Gallery.
While you may not recognize Farmville, the place it calls home, you will probably be aware of the state capital, Richmond, 55 miles away.
Accommodation can turn out to be a large expense on any trip. Keep your hotel bill low by booking with a budget-friendly option, such as the Days Inn Farmville, 2 miles away.
The streets that neighbor J Fergeson Gallery offer a delight for your tastebuds and your eyes. Poplar Hall Antique Center is an excellent place for a mid-day caffeine surge. If you've really worked up a hunger, get going to Walker's Diner, which is also close by, for a complete meal. Finally, head to The Virginia Tasting Cellar. Have a beer or two and mingle with the locals.