The Inn at Montchanin Village
The Inn at Montchanin Village offers much more than simple accommodation in Delaware's Brandywine Valley; the inn is, in reality, a restored 19th-century hamlet with 28 guest rooms spread across 11 carefully restored buildings accessible via a maze of ornate gardens.
- Every room boasts period and reproduction furniture and marble baths, and many have private, professionally landscaped gardens and gas fireplaces — an ideal setting for a quiet retreat with friends, family, or solo respite.
- The inn's renowned Krazy Kat's Restaurant — once the village blacksmith shop — is known as much for its creative cuisine as its whimsical decor, which features tiger-print chairs and portraits of military-garbed felines
Whether you stay on site, or venture into the natural splendor of the surrounding valley, the Inn at Montchanin Village will offer you the solitude you crave, a sense of history that inspires and a locale you'll never forget.
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The 28 guest rooms of the Inn at Montchanin Village are spread across 11 carefully restored buildings dating from 1799 to 1910. Each room boasts period and reproduction furniture and marble baths, and many have private, professionally landscaped gardens, gas fireplaces, separate parlors and porches with rocking chairs.
The Inn at Montchanin Village is well suited for business travel in the Brandywine Valley, offering small-group housing among its 11 buildings and two-line phones with data ports in each room. The Carpenter House also has a private business office equipped with a copier, facsimile, work desk, direct phone lines and high speed internet. The property also has ample meeting space and a luxurious boardroom.
Krazy Kat's Restaurant – This dining destination is known as much for its creative cuisine as for its whimsical decor. Once the village blacksmith shop, tiger-print chairs are now clustered around the tables, and portraits of military-garbled felines cover the walls. The menu features fresh seasonal cuisine with a French-Asian flair for breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the week-end a five-course tasting menu with pairing wines is offered.
An elegantly appointed private dining-room known as the Crow's Nest (seating up to 40 guests) is located just above Krazy Kat's on the second floor. It is an ideal location for social gathering such as rehearsal dinner, special celebration and corporate events. A la carte menu choice is also available for private parties. A gas-burning fireplace completes the regal, private atmosphere
The Inn at Montchanin Village is an expansive complex interlaced with professionally manicured gardens. In addition, the inn offers nightly turndown service, complimentary daily newspaper delivery (New York Times), elegant bathrooms, robes and on-site parking.
The Inn at Montchanin Village is centrally located in Delaware’s Brandywine Valley, close to Winterthur Museum, Longwood Gardens, Hagley Museum, Brandywine River Museum and the scenic Brandywine River Valley. Delaware Museum of Natural History, River Front Art Center, Delaware Art Museum and Nemours Museum and Gardens are all nearby.
The Inn at Montchanin Village
The village is halfway between New York and Washington, DC, five miles northwest of Wilmington.
The hotel is 24 mi / 39 km from Philadelphia International Airport.