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Fall foliage in Virginia, from $140 a night

Go leaf peeping in the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains with these packages that include lavish breakfasts, resort credits, and winery tours.

Lovingston, from $140 per room per night
The Winelover's package includes two nights at the Orchard House Bed and Breakfast—set against the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains— country-style breakfast daily, a self-guided tour of up to nine wineries and two breweries, two bottles of local wine, two Orchard House wineglasses, and chocolates or flowers. The Victorian farmhouse, which dates back to 1874, is surrounded by 14 acres of land and is a short drive from downtown Charlottesville. Rates start at $140 per room per night.

When: Through Dec. 31, 2009.

Details: Taxes are an additional 10 percent. Based on single or double occupancy.

Contact: 434/263-7747,

Richmond, from $143 per room per night
The 70-room Linden Row Inn is slashing rates for its Parlour Suites by 40 percent for the 40th anniversary of the Virginia Is for Lovers tourism campaign. The room rate includes continental breakfast, wireless Internet, shuttle service within two miles of the property, and use of the fitness center at the YMCA, one block away. The 19th-century-style suites have 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, marble fireplaces, gasolier lighting, and granite bathrooms. Rack rates are $239 per room per night, so with the 40 percent reduction you pay $143.

When: Through Dec. 31, 2009.

Details: Based on Sunday through Thursday stays. Taxes are an additional 13 percent. Optional valet parking is $10.50 per night. Based on single or double occupancy. Reservations must be made online to get the discount. To book, visit, click the "check availability" button, and then go to "corporate rates" at the top of the page and type in the promo code VA40.

Contact: 800/348-7424,

Williamsburg, from $149 per room per night
The Autumn Getaway package covers one night at the Williamsburg Lodge; a $100 resort credit that can be used at Colonial Williamsburg's restaurants, shops, and spa, and at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club; and a 20 percent discount at Colonial Williamsburg's shops. Rates start at $149 per room per night.

When: Through Dec. 29, 2009; the $100 credit is valid for Sunday–Tuesday stays only.

Details: Based on a two-night stay with single or double occupancy. Breakfast is not included. Taxes are an additional 10 percent.

Contact: 800/447-8679,

New Market, from $200 per room per night
The Early Bird October special offered through includes one night at the Apple Blossom Inn in New Market—a historic town in the Shenandoah Valley—a traditional breakfast, and a peck of locally grown apples. Other perks include walking tours of New Market and Endless Caverns, and admission for two to the New Market Battlefield. You'll be the only guests during your stay at this small inn, built in 1806, which has two bedrooms upstairs, one and a half baths, a kitchen, a parlor, a living room that doubles as a dining room, a grand piano in the music room, and a screened-in gazebo. The discounted room rate and admission fees add up to a savings of $21. Rates start at $200 per night.

When: Through Oct. 29, 2009.

Details: Based on weekday stays. Taxes are an additional 9 percent. Based on double occupancy; deduct $38 for solo guests.

Contact: 540/740-3747,

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