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Sure, you may not find any airports in Northern Virginia, but with two major airports in Washington, D.C., The Inn at Little Washington is still easily accessible. Whether you fly into Dulles International Airport or Reagan National Airport, this remote Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is less than 70 miles to the west. Of course, it’s a bit too far for a cab, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t arrive in style and rent a limo. Reagan National Airport is located just outside of downtown D.C. and Dulles International is just 26 miles outside the nation’s capital toward the inn.
It’s a quick hop from both airports to get onto Interstate 66 West to embark on your journey to the first Washington of them all, Washington, Virginia. As you make your way across Virginia, take exit 43A to US-29 South toward Warrenton for 12 miles. Take a slight right onto US-15 Business South and continue on to US-211 West. This is where the real beauty begins; as you drive on Route 211, you’ll notice the breathtakingly scenic Blue Ridge Mountains topped with colorful trees. It’s also on this highway that you will most likely lose cell service, unless you have Sprint (as that is the only tower out here).
After 20 or so miles on Route 211, make a right onto Warren Avenue, also known as US-211 Business East. In less than half a mile, you’ll arrive at The Inn at Little Washington, located at the intersection of Middle and Main streets.