A Legacy Lives On
Built in 1912, Top Notch originally served as the private residence of George Stevens, President of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. When it evolved into an estate home in 1930, it became a cherished summer sanctuary for large families and special guests at The Greenbrier. During World War II, this estate home welcomed many esteemed generals, including General and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Enhanced Features for Top Notch Estate Home
(available for Prevail Rate only)
•Personal Concierge Services
•Complimentary Fresh Flower Arrangements in Living Room Areas.
•Complimentary VIP Chocolates for Each Bedroom.
•Complimentary Non-Alcoholic Beverages and Snacks upon Arrival.
•Complimentary Parking at Top Notch Estate Home.
•Members of The Greenbrier Loyalty Program will receive two points per dollar spent on the room rate.