The Berry Hill Resort and Conference Center
offers many pleasant diversions for enjoyment and relaxation.
First on the agenda should be a tour of the main house, a National
Historic Landmark. Its careful restoration honors the
historical and architectural significance of the property as
well as its classic beauty. The rolling 650-acre grounds
of The Berry Hill Resort and Conference Center still evoke a
sense of plantation life. You can stroll around the beautiful
park-like setting, enjoying the gardens and beautiful landscaping. On
the periphery are stone ruins and historic 200-year old cemeteries.
On a more modern note, guests may avail themselves with a wealth of recreational activities. Complimentary equipment is provided for all activities with an exception to golf.
- Blackberry Spa
- Swimming – indoor pool
- Saunas – men’s and women’s
- Fitness Center with a full range of strength and cardio equipment
- Tennis Courts
- Golf – our guests have privileges at several nearby courses
- Fishing – in our stocked fishing pond
- Croquet, Bocce, Pentanque
- Soccer, Football, Volleyball
You may also choose to play billiards, or get-together with friends in the mansion's library, relax in the lounge, or reside on the terrace for casual
conversation and your favorite beverages. Our outdoor amphitheater provides another venue for gatherings or evening entertainment.
For motor sports racing enthusiasts, the Virginia International Raceway (VIR) and South Boston Speedway are conveniently located nearby. The surrounding area offers a variety of interesting excursions including exceptional antiquing.
The Berry Hill Resort and Conference Center is pleased to partner
with Virginia International Raceway (VIR), just 30 minutes
of country driving away.
For more information see www.virclub.com. South Boston Speedway Information Hosting NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series and Hooter's Pro Cup races Saturday Nights at 7:00 pm from March – November.
Please visit their website at www.southbostonspeedway.com
The Prizery, www.prizery.com, is a 38,000 square foot tobacco warehouse built in the 1890s along the Dan River in downtown
South Boston, Virginia. It includes a welcome center, a performing arts theatre, an art gallery, classrooms and a large space for community functions.