15000 Sq. Ft. with 10 suites, king or queen with private bath, many with private decks or porches and great views at 3200 Ft. overlooking Blue Ridge Parkway 15 miles south of Roanoke, VA. Excellent location for weddings. Accessible suites and ramps.
Located near downtown our sumptuously luxurious inn surpasses the standard for B&B accommodations. Loaded with extravagant complimentary amenities, setting the mood for relaxation and rejuvenation. Award winning haven.
Embracing sustainable patterns of living and lodging, the inn offers the comforts of home, amenities of a fine hotel and friendly atmosphere of a small inn.
Welcome to Rockwood Manor in the beautiful New river Valley, Virginia! Experience A Southern Tradition. Romantic elegance and superb tranquility in an incomparable Virginia gem. Located near many attractions,Claytor Lake,New River Trail, VT, RU and Floyd.
Romantic and elegant! This unique and spacious 1909 mansion with seven fireplaces and antiques offers charm, comfort and modern conveniences. Located in a quiet, historic district close to downtown restaurants and shops. Towering Magnolia trees & shrubs.
Award winning B&B located within walking distance to historic downtown. A treasure trove, rich with architectural detail including many of the original fireplaces, mantels, light fixtures, moldings, intricately carved woodwork, doors, bath tubs and sinks.
Cabins with whirlpool tubs for two, a lake with boats and fishing, honeymoon suites, hiking, mountain areas, local wineries and full breakfast located near the Yadkin Valley Wine Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway.
The Autumn Ridge Cottages are located on a private, secluded 40-acre ridge just outside of Historic Lexington. It's the best of both worlds- easy to town and the privacy of the country! Come stay at Autumn Ridge and renew your hearts and clear your minds.
A short walk from downtown restaurants, museums, and boutiques, this 1868 Shenandoah Victorian style Inn, with its high ceilings, tall windows, porches and fireplaces, offers a comfortable mix of antiques, Oriental rugs, and traditional furnishings.
A touch of elegance in an historic setting. Once the center of a 400 acre Shenandoah Valley farm, Stoneridge offers a glimpse of antebellum life. The original house was built in 1829 with bricks made on the property.