Garden & Gun


In 1912, Robert B. Crawford built a Georgian Revival and Italian-style manor just outside Charlottesville, ordered a menagerie of going to go,” says current co-owner Molly Hardie, who with her husband, Robert—they also own the Hermitage Hotel in Nashville—has spent the past four years gutting what today operates as an inn called Keswick Hall. When it reopens this spring, it’ll sport a lighter and brighter color palette, a new guest wing, an infinity pool that looks out over legendary golf architect Pete Dye’s Full Cry course, and the chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s farm-to-table restaurant Marigold. The Victorian wallpaper and donkeys may be just memories, but Hardie reassures cue sport enthusiasts that “the snooker room is here to stay.”

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