Primland’s new cottages open June 1
Primland resort’s newest accommodations open on June 1. The latest multimillion addition to the mountain resort in Meadows of Dan will appeal to guests in search of a dramatic view, with cottge balconies perched 2,800 feet above the Dan River Gorge.
“With the new two-story, chalet-like structures, we can offer 16 new accommodations in four cottages overlooking the Pinnacles of Dan and the Dan River Gorge. They are built in a cluster adjacent to the first tee on The Highland Course and are designed for families and friends who wish to lodge together in their own environment, “ Steve Helms, Primland’s vice president, said in a statement.
Each cottage, Hummingbird, Robin, Oriole and Bluebird — named for songbirds that inhabit the area — contains two large suites and two-suite rooms. They have room for four to eight guests and have a living room on each level.
“This multi-million dollar addition has created jobs in the region, both architectural and construction, and we are proud to be one of the main economic engines of Patrick County and a leader in flying the flag of tourism in Virginia,” said Harold Primat, Primland’s president.
Interior designs reflect nature and the European chic flavor of The Lodge and the resort’s existing Fairways Cottages. A cottage with two suites, two suite rooms, two bathrooms and connection hallways offerings about 3,904 square feet, including the balcony and porch space.
Primland rates range from $389 per night (double occupancy) to $1,691(Sunday through Thursday) with units ranging from a room or suite in the main Lodge to a seven-bedroom home. Rates are higher, ranging from $585 to $1,890 per night (double occupancy, on weekends.
This year Primland was rated one of the Top 10 Luxury Hotels in the U.S. by Trip Advisor and in the Top 25 Hotels in the US by US News and World Report. In the latest Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice awards, Primland ranked ninth in the Top 25 Resorts in the U.S. and 33rd in the Top 100 Hotels and Resorts in the World, up 66 places, with a rating of 95.04 (the highest rating was 98.95). The Highland Course was also rated by Golf Magazine as one of the Top 100 Must Play.