The Inn at
Montchanin Village

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Executive Level Retreats

Listed on the National Historic Register, The Inn at Montchanin Village & Spa was once a part of the Winterthur Estate and was named for Alexandria de Montchanin, grandmother of the founder of the DuPont Company.

In eleven carefully restored buildings dating from 1799, there are 28 richly furnished guest rooms/suites appointed with period and reproduction furniture and marble baths with all the amenities a demanding and sophisticated traveler would desire.

Most rooms have beautifully manicured private courtyards and several have cozy fireplaces.

One of the few remaining villages of its kind, the settlement was home to laborers who worked at the nearby DuPont powder mills.

Today, The Inn at Montchanin Village is a proud member of Historic Hotels of America providing a distinctive blend of historic charm, luxury and modern comforts.

The Spa at Montchanin is an innovative facility that offers facials, body treatments and massages in a luxurious and peaceful environment.

Krazy Kat's Restaurant is housed in a renovated blacksmith's shop, complete with one of the original forges. It is known as much for its fresh seasonally inspired creative cuisine as its whimsical decor, which features tiger-print chairs and portraits of military-garbed cats and dogs.

The Restaurant seats 60 between the Main Dining Room and the Sun Room. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Business casual attire is requested.

The Crow's Nest private dining room may seat up to 40 guests in an elegant setting.

The Inn at Montchanin Village is nestled in Brandywine Valley, 10 minutes North West of Wilmington and 25 miles South of Philadelphia.

Centrally located to all major Delaware museums - Winterthur Museum, Longwood Gardens, Hagley Museum, Nemours Mansion and Gardens, The Brandywine River Museum, The Delaware Art Museum, and The Delaware Museum of Natural History.