Virginia Green Lodging

Antique Cecile Brunner Rose and Rhododendron blooms at the Holladay House

Eco-Friendly Housekeeping

To ensure that your room is always clean, comfortable and welcoming, we will enter guest rooms daily to freshen bathrooms, empty the trashcans, and make the bed. However, we respect our guests’ privacy and provide “Do Not Disturb” signs for all of our guest rooms. If a “Do Not Disturb” sign is hanging on a guest room door, we will not enter the room.

As part of our commitment to the Virginia Green Lodging Program, the Holladay House proactively takes steps to lessen our impact on our environment. We will not change the bed linens, towels, or robes in a guest room until after a guest’s third night with us. However, we want all of our guests to have the best experience possible and will happily replace these items more frequently if specifically requested.

Virginia Green Lodging Program

Virginia Green Lodging Program Logo

The Holladay House Bed and Breakfast is committed to reducing our impact on the environment. As part of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality’s Green Lodging Program, we proactively manage our operations to conserve water and energy, protect our local watershed, and reduce waste. Below we list some of the ways we strive to conserve our environment.

For a complete listing of our “Green” business practices, view our listing on the Virginia Green Lodging website.

In-House Recycling

Energy Conservation

Watershed Protection and Water Conservation

Waste Reduction

 

Dominion Power Green Power Program

We voluntarily participate in the Dominion Green Power Program, where approximately 1/3 of our power is produced from renewable energy sources, including:

For more information about the Dominion Green Power Program, please visit their Green Power Program webpage.