We spent our weekend getaway at a luxury resort high in the mountains of Virginia. If you get a chance to visit Primland, by all means, do. It is fabulous in every way!
|Photo from the Primland Facebook page.|
|The lobby is grand but cozy at the same time—photo from the Primland Facebook page.|
We were unsure as to when we would arrive, so we did not make dinner reservations for Friday. We did go down to the 19th Pub for a salad and a mushroom pasta to share.
I love seeing the bear crossing signs in the area. Hopefully, when we return in summer, we will see a bear!
We did see other wildlife on the property.
The views on the approach to the lodge are breathtaking!
Our suite of rooms included sliding panels and heavy drapes that could be drawn for privacy in each of the four areas.
I enjoyed a long soak in that fabulous tub!
A private sitting area with another TV and a desk was in the last section of the suite. Our view from the sitting area is shown below. Pardon the screen, but you can open the windows to take in the refreshing mountain air if you wish.
The sleeping area of our suite of rooms was spacious, and the linens were luxurious. Each room in the lodge is different, and each has an over the top fabulous bathroom.
There is a sitting area outside the elevator on the second floor overlooking the lobby and mountains.
When we went down to the Pub, I wore a silver layered top, old from Chico's. The black pants are by Lior Paris. The shoes are by French Connection from Saks Off 5th. The silver clutch is old from T.J.Maxx.
The jacket is from White House Black Market. I have also ordered a size ten since the size twelve I am wearing here is too large. Because of my wide back and ample bust, ordering a jacket in a size that fits can be challenging. Sometimes a size eight works; other times, I need a size twelve. One of the perils of ordering online is getting the size wrong at times.