Relax on the porch after a day of hiking or wine tasting, enjoy fresh beer in our nano-brewery, or sit in front of the fireplace in your room reading a good book and planning your next adventure. Hopkins Ordinary has two stories of wrap-around porches, seven fireplaces, and beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National Park, all within walking distance of restaurants, shops, art galleries, antique stores, and the famous Copper Fox Distillery. Hopkins Ordinary is your retreat no matter the time of year.
Hopkins Ordinary is a bed and breakfast inn located in the historic village of Sperryville, Virginia, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hopkins Ordinary was built around 1820 by John Hopkins, who opened a roadside inn and tavern that also served as a stagecoach stop. In those days, it was known as an Ordinary, serving the “ordinary” needs of the traveler.
Today, B&B guests can spend the night and experience this historic building that has been lovlingly restored. All rooms have private baths and porches. A delicious breakfast is served every morning to guests staying in the main house and may include home made bread, muffins or scones, and the freshest eggs, meat and produce grown and raised by our neighboring farms.
Taste fresh beer during your stay; enjoy a pint on the porch or in front of the fire, and bring some home! Hopkins Ordinary Ale Works is in the cellar of the B&B and offers between 3 and 6 beers on tap. We brew our ales weekly, focusing on local and seasonal ingredients. Overnight guests may choose between a complimentary tasting or pint. See our Guest Offerings for more information.