For lovers who love food…Culinary indulgence doesn’t have to be expensive…Washington Post

"When a visiting chef stayed overnight at Holladay House Bed & Breakfast in downtown Orange last summer, he raved to us about the elegant two-course breakfast served to him the next morning... Turns out that every guest gets that treatment." edible Blue Ridge

TOP 10 Virginia B&Bs with a Notable Breakfast: "The innkeepers of Holladay House Bed and Breakfast in Orange take their breakfast seriously..." Virginia is for Lovers and

Holladay Family Buttermilk Biscuits awards: Epicurious, HGTV's Favorite Holiday Recipes from Historic Inns,,, and Charlottesville's popular Relay Foods/Door to Door Organics... Find the recipe on our blogView the "How To" video where Sharon gives tips on how to make these flaky delicious biscuits.


Breakfast at the Holladay House Bed and Breakfast

Serving Times

The Holladay House Bed and Breakfast serves a locaclly-sourced made-from scratch two-course breakfast every morning from 8:00am to 9:30am.

Made-from-Scratch Breakfast

Strawberries from Orange County, VirginiaWe have a variety of recipes that include some old favorites (Sharon makes fantastic French toast), as well as some creative dishes (our signature crustless quiche is delicious, and Sam’s cast-iron frittatas are always crowd-pleasers). Every morsel is made from scratch, often using herbs and garnishes from their garden.

Sam and Sharon locally source as much as possible, getting fresh eggs, locally-roasted coffee, “just-picked” organic fruits and vegetables, and meat from local farmers for your enjoyment (such as the local Orange County strawberries shown here)!

Special Dietary Needs

The innkeepers at the Holladay House Bed and Breakfast are pleased to accommodate the dietary needs of all guests. If you have a special need, notify us at the time of your reservation. We have a variety of recipes for many special diets, and often have created special breakfasts for:

Let us know about your own dietary requirements, and we will happily create a breakfast you can enjoy!

Innkeepers in the kitchen!

Local Products

We take pride in our region’s rich and varied agricultural heritage. We purchase our food products from these local purveyors:



The Holladay House Signature Coffee comes exclusively from Orange County Roasters. Roasting only a few blocks away from the Holladay House, Orange County Roasters imports and roasts the finest coffees from around the world. Custom-roasted to our own specifications, the Holladay House Signature Coffee is rich, full-bodied, and the perfect way to start your day!


Eggs and Produce

Orange County Farm Stores: All types of fresh seasonal produce can be found at local Orange County Farm Stores. Numerous local vendors provide us with honey, fruits, vegetables, eggs, jams, jellies, and pickles, all Virginia-produced.


Miller Farms: Farming year round, Miller Farms produces farm fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Their farmstore offers a unique shopping experience!

Timberwood Farm: We get our fantastic-looking and tasting eggs from Timberwood, just down the road in Unionville.  The small family farm also raises rare breed livestock, all pasture-fed and humanely raised.

The Market at Grelen: A responsible and community-minded farm market that has pick-your-own berries, mushrooms, peaches, and other great produce. Only about 4 miles away.

Carter Mountain Orchard: Fresh apples, peaches, cider, and more from this local Virginia orchard.


Virginia Maple Syrup

Many people do not know that Virginia has a thriving maple syrup-producing community in the western part of the state. Every March, the Highland County Maple Festival brings thousands of people to this beautiful mountain landscape to tour sugar shacks, eat fresh maple donuts, buy syrup, and visit the area’s fantastic small towns. Numerous sugar operations participate.  Our favorites are Eagle’s Sugar Camp and Puffenbarger’s Sugar Orchard. There’s nothing like real Virginia Maple Syrup!



Edwards Virginia Smokehouse: At a time when water-added and artificial injection smoking are the norm, Edwards Virginia Smokehouse still makes hickory-smoked bacon and sausage the old-fashioned way: hand rubbed, dry cured and slow smoked over smoldering hickory logs. Located in Surry, VA, they prepare their products pretty much the way their great grandfather, S. Wallace Edwards, Sr. did more than 80 years ago.

Timberwood Farm: The small family farm provides us with sausage and bacon from their rare breed livestock, all pasture-fed and humanely raised.

Croftburn Market: A family-owned butcher shop offering hand cut, in-house aged, handmade fresh and specialty meats, sausages, charcuterie, and fresh fish.


Dry Goods



Yoder’s Country Market: This fantastic Mennonite market supplies us with a variety of artisan flours, corn meals, fresh spices, and other dry goods.




Cheese and Other Gourmet Products

The Frenchman’s Corner and The Culpeper Cheese Company are excellent places to find a special item or product that we just cannot find anywhere else.  Meats, cheeses, kitchen equipment, beer, wine, gourmet chocolates, specialty teas, and a number of other items are all available at these stores located side by side on E. Davis Street in Culpeper.




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