Historic Virginia Bed and Breakfast Inns

1728

1 Red Fox Inn
— Middleburg, VA 1728
Operated and owned for the past four decades by three generations of the Reuter family. Situated in a valley full of the history of the Civil and Revolutionary Wars. Read More

1732

2 Prospect Hill Plantation Inn

— Charlottesville, VA 1732

1739

3 The Ruffner House
— Luray, VA 1739

1740

4 Oakland Green Bed & Breakfast
— Leesburg, VA 1740
5 The Tacrea House
— South Boston, VA 1740
6 The Inn at Narrow Passage
— Woodstock, VA 1740
Colonial log inn built in mid-1700s along the Great Wagon Road (now Rt. 11) through the Shenandoah Valley. Site of Indian attacks at the 'narrow passage' during the French and Indian War and... Read More

1746

7 King's Creek Inn
— Cape Charles, VA 1746

1750

8 Silver Lake Bed and Breakfast

— Dayton, VA 1750
9 Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Luray, VA 1750
10 The Cottage at Ravens Roost Farm
— Luray, VA 1750
11 Jasmine Plantation B&B Inn
— Providence Forge, VA 1750
12 Silverbrook Farm
— Purcellville, VA 1750
Built of field stone and stucco in the mid-17th century, the original historic house has been expanded with additions in the late 1700s and the mid 1800s. It still offers amazing vistas of mountain... Read More

1752

13 Smithfield Inn
— Smithfield, VA 1752

1753

14 L'Auberge Provencale

— White Post, VA 1753
Built in 1753 on land granted by Lord Fairfax and surveyed by George and Charles Washington. Woodwork fashioned by Hessian soldiers. Read More

1761

15 Clover Forest Plantation
— Goochland, VA 1761

1763

16 Blackthorne Inn & Restaurant
— Upperville, VA 1763

1766

17 The Inn at Meander Plantation

— Locust Dale, VA 1766
Prehistoric Native American site on the property near the Robinson River. James and Dolley Madison's home (10 miles), Civil War battlefields: Cedar Mountain (4 miles), Brandy Station (15 miles),... Read More
18 The Omni Homestead Resort
— Hot Springs, VA 1766

1768

19 Goodstone Inn & Restaurant

— Middleburg, VA 1768
Goodstone began as a plantation in 1768. Several existing structures date back to this time, most notably the Dutch Cottage and French Farm Cottage. Read More

1770

20 The Richard Johnston Inn
— Fredericksburg, VA 1770

1773

21 Creek Crossing Farm
— Lincoln, VA 1773
A short drive from the farm takes guests to the historic sites of Leesburg, just 10 miles away. Washington, D. C. , is about an hour from the farm. Read More

1775

22 Welbourne
— Middleburg, VA 1775

1779

23 Inn At Kelly's Ford
— Remington, VA 1779

1780

24 Silver Thatch Inn
— Charlottesville, VA 1780
Charlottesville, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, James Madison's Montpelier, James Monroe's Ashlawn. Read More
25 The Conyers House Country Inn & Stable
— Sperryville, VA 1780

1781

26 Bethany Inn at Leafwood
— Saluda, VA 1781

1785

27 Brunswick Mineral Springs B&B
— Lawrenceville, VA 1785
28 Shepherds Corner Farm
— Purcellville, VA 1785
29 The Inn at Vaucluse Spring
— Stephens City, VA 1785

1789

30 By the Side of the Road
— Harrisonburg, VA 1789

1790

31 Flowering Fields B&B

— White Stone, VA 1790
Formal parlor and dining room. Read More
32 1790 Rosendale Inn
— New Market, VA 1790
The original portion of the house (log cabin which is now the dining room) was constructed in 1790. The house was untouched during the Civil War, with a large addition being constructed in 1870. The... Read More
33 Jordan Hollow Inn
— Stanley, VA 1790
34 Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation-1790
— Williamsburg, VA 1790
The grounds of the Southall Plantation include Piney Grove (1790), Ashland (1835), Ladysmith (1857), Dower Quarter (1835) and Duck Church (1917). Read More
35 Kenmore Inn
— Fredericksburg, VA 1790

1791

36 Belle Grove Plantation Bed & Breakfast
— King George, VA 1791
We are the birthplace of James Madison. George Washington was a frequent visitor to the plantation. LtCol Everton Congar, on e of the officers in the detachment slept in the Grand Hallway. Read More

1792

37 Nancy Shepherd House
— Winchester, VA 1792

1793

38 The Kenmore Inn Bed and Bistro
— Fredericksburg, VA 1793

1795

39 Santillane Bed and Breakfast
— Fincastle, VA 1795

1798

40 Yellow Sulphur Springs
— Christiansburg, VA 1798

1799

41 Clifton- The Country Inn & Estate
— Charlottesville, VA 1799
Monticello is only four miles away. Read More

1800

42 Bay View Waterfront B&B
— Belle Haven, VA 1800
Kiptopeake State Park (30 miles), E. S. Historic Museum (12 miles), Chincoteague Ponies (40 miles). Read More
43 Bed and Breakfast at Mountain Valley Farm
— Stanardsville, VA 1800
The log cabin portion of this house has been suggested to be 1832. That room today is the dining room and quite cozie. This farm was a land grant piece of property that was presented to an officer... Read More
44 The Inn at Gristmill Square
— Warm Springs, VA 1800
45 Middleburg Country Inn
— Middleburg, VA 1800
46 The White Pig B&B & Animal Sanctuary at Briar Creek Farm
— Schuyler, VA 1800

1802

47 Warm Springs Inn
— Warm Springs, VA 1802

1805

48 Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn

— Middleburg, VA 1805
The house was built in 1805. A Civil War battle, The Battle of Haystacks, was fought on Briar Patch land in June of 1863. Read More

1806

49 Apple Blossom Inn
— New Market, VA 1806
Hand-hewn foundational timbers and square nails remain in this federal-period home, built in 1806, on the original town lot No. 44. Read More

1809

50 Frederick House

— Staunton, VA 1809
Five Historic Residences date from 1809. Read More

1811

51 Buckhorn Inn
— Churchville, VA 1811
52 Littlepage Inn
— Mineral, VA 1811

1812

53 Stevenson Ridge
— Spotsylvania, VA 1812
54 Caledonia Farm - 1812 B&B
— Washington, VA 1812
55 Mount Pleasant 1812 Bed & Breakfast
— Strasburg, VA 1812

1814

56 Marriott Ranch & Inn at Fairfield Farm

— Hume, VA 1814
57 The Peake-Fairfax House
— Alexandria, VA 1814
Built by Thomas, Ninth (9th) Lord Fairfax and later occupied by his son Dr. Orlando Fairfax. Read More

1815

58 The Quarters
— Charlottesville, VA 1815
The University of Virginia is withing walking distance and Monticello is five miles away. Read More
59 Maysville Manor
— Buckingham, VA 1815
60 Walker House B&B
— Petersburg, VA 1815

1817

61 Dinsmore House Bed and Breakfast
— Charlottesville, VA 1817
Historic inn built by Thomas Jefferson's master builder in 1817. Read More

1818

62 Inn at the Crossroads
— Charlottesville, VA 1818
Built by Thomas Jefferson's nephew, Dabney Carr Jr. The Inn has hosted Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren and Franklin D. Roosevelt. FDR gave speech from front porch in 1936. Martin Van Buren's 1823... Read More

1819

63 North Bend Plantation
— Charles City, VA 1819
The inn is a designated Virginia Historic Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Charles City County is the home of the historic James River Plantations. Read More

1820

64 Oak Grove Plantation B&B
— Cluster Springs, VA 1820
Danville, last capitol of the Confederacy (one-half hour), South Boston Historical Museum (15 minutes), Halifax County Courthouse (20 minutes). Read More
65 Diamond Hill
— Charlotte Court House, VA 1820

1824

66 Rockmill Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Lowesville, VA 1824

1830

67 Holladay House Bed & Breakfast

— Orange, VA 1830
In 1830 this house originated as a mercantile shop, operating during the last 6 years of President James Madison's life. The house was once owned by one of President James Madison's grand-nephews,... Read More
68 Leesburg Colonial Inn
— Leesburg, VA 1830
69 Widow Kip's Country Inn
— Mount Jackson, VA 1830
Battlefields, Monticello, Sky Line Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway. Read More

1831

70 Candlewick Inn
— Woodstock, VA 1831

1832

71 The Martha Washington Hotel
— Abingdon, VA 1832
72 Springdale Village Inn
— Purcellville, VA 1832

1835

73 Historic Old Rose Tavern Bed & Breakfast
— Wolftown, VA 1835
74 The Huffman House at Creekside Farm
— Newport, VA 1835

1836

75 The Farmhouse at Veritas
— Afton, VA 1836

1837

76 The Mark Addy

— Nellysford, VA 1837
Dr. John Coleman Everett (son of Thomas Jefferson's physician) bought the estate in 1884. Read More

1840

77 The Lafayette Inn
— Stanardsville, VA 1840
78 Middleton Inn
— Washington, VA 1840
79 A Tailor's Lodging
— Abingdon, VA 1840

1842

80 Brightly Bed & Breakfast
— Goochland, VA 1842

1844

81 200 South Street Inn
— Charlottesville, VA 1844
Jefferson Home, Monticello (4 miles), Monroe Home, Ashlawn (6 miles), Madison Home, Montpelier (20 miles). Read More

1847

82 Linden Row Inn
— Richmond, VA 1847

1848

83 1848 Island Manor House

— Chincoteague Island, VA 1848
The homes were originally built in 1848 by Nathaniel Smith and Joseph Kenney. The gentlemen served in the Civil War together, and ended up marrying sisters. They were both very active in Eastern... Read More
84 Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast
— Afton, VA 1848

1849

85 Edgewood Plantation
— Charles City, VA 1849
Edgewood Plantation is rich in US history. Situated along the oldest Highway in the U. S. , Edgewood's third floor was used during the Civil War as a lookout post for Confederate generals when they... Read More
86 The Osceola Mill Country Inn
— Steeles Tavern, VA 1849

1850

87 Black Horse Inn

— Warrenton, VA 1850
The Inn was built in the 1850s and served as a hospital in the Civil War. It is named after the Black Horse Cavalry who frequented the Inn and served as a protectorate to Stonewall Jackson. Read More
88 The Inn at Monticello
— Charlottesville, VA 1850
Aside from its close access to Monticello, the inn is five miles from James Monroe's home, Ashlawn Highland. Read More
89 Edinburg Renaissance B&B
— Edinburg, VA 1850
90 Maple Hall
— Lexington, VA 1850
91 The Inn at Tabb's Creek
— Port Haywood, VA 1850
Williamsburg (45 miles), Norfolk (50 miles), Yorktown (25 miles). Read More
92 The Love House B&B
— Abingdon, VA 1850
93 Windrush Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Eastville, VA 1850
94 Speed the Plough B&B
— Monroe, VA 1850
95 Ragland Mansion B&B
— Petersburg, VA 1850

1851

96 Essex Inn
— Tappahannock, VA 1851
The house was built in 1851 and was carefully restored to its original condition in 2003. Most of the windows have the original glass and shutters, floors are original wide-plank wood, fireplaces... Read More

1853

97 The Hummingbird Inn
— Goshen, VA 1853
House completed in 1853 by William Teter, who invented the pull window shade. Read More

1856

98 Wolftrap Farm
— Gordonsville, VA 1856
Seven historic structures dating from 1856 through 1938 constitute the farm complex. Read More

1857

99 The Inn at Levelfields
— Lancaster, VA 1857
100 1857 Section Foreman Guest House
— Abingdon, VA 1857

1859

101 Fountain Hall B&B
— Culpeper, VA 1859
Brandy Station (5-10 miles), Chancellorsville, Wilderness (20 miles), Civil War battlefields. Read More
102 Mayhurst Inn
— Orange, VA 1859
Unique Italianate Victorian architecture. Built by John Willis, great nephew of President James Madison. HQ (Nov 1863-May 1864) for General A. P. Hill's Confederate Corp. Guests included Generals... Read More
103 Braehead​ Manor
— Fredericksburg, VA 1859

1860

104 Chestnut Hill B&B Inn

— Orange, VA 1860
Built ca. 1860 as a fashionable Italianate/Greek Revival dwelling for local businessman and politician Alexander Daley. Chestnut Hill is one of only a dozen residences in the town to survive from the... Read More
105 Boxley Place Inn
— Louisa, VA 1860
106 Stonehenge Bed & Breakfast
— Newbern, VA 1860

1865

107 Mayneview B&B
— Luray, VA 1865
108 Mayneview B&B and GreenTree Inn
— Luray, VA 1865
109 Burketown Bed and Breakfast
— Weyers Cave, VA 1865

1868

110 1868 Magnolia House Inn
— Lexington, VA 1868
1868 Magnolia House Inn was built as a private residence in 1868 by William Pole, the reputed builder of the beautiful Lee Chapel on the Washington and Lee University campus. Read More

1869

111 Lackawanna Bed & Breakfast
— Front Royal, VA 1869

1870

112 Thistle Ridge Bed and Breakfast and Winery Tours
— Bridgewater, VA 1870
113 South Court Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Luray, VA 1870
The house was built by the town pharmacist in the 1870s as a white clapboard farmhouse setting at the front of his 300+ acre farm. His son-in-law, a local hero from WWI who became Appointments... Read More
114 The Mangus House
— Vesuvius, VA 1870

1871

115 The West-Bocock House
— Richmond, VA 1871

1873

116 Firmstone Manor
— Clifton Forge, VA 1873
Built in 1873, this house is mostly original and very well preserved. Have over 400 pages of photos and documents on its owner and manager who owned the iron ore furnaces and the town. Read More

1876

117 Rockwood Manor
— Dublin, VA 1876
"Gone with the Wind" architecture. Read More

1878

118 Carriage House Inn B&B
— Lynchburg, VA 1878
The mansion and carriage house were restored as it would have been when the Watts family lived here with the added modern conveniences of air conditioning, wi-fi & an up-to-date kitchen. Whenever... Read More

1880

119 The Inn & Garden Cafe

— Onancock, VA 1880
120 Atherston Hall B&B

— Urbanna, VA 1880
121 Miracle Farm Bed and Breakfast Spa and Resort
— Floyd, VA 1880
122 An Inn for All Seasons B&B
— Chatham, VA 1880
123 Longwood B&B: The University Inn
— Farmville, VA 1880

1882

124 Colonial Manor Inn

— Onancock, VA 1882
Built in 1882, Colonial Manor Inn is the oldest continuously run bed and breakfast on the Eastern Shore. Read More
125 Woodruff Inns and Shenandoah River Cabin Escapes
— Luray, VA 1882

1883

126 Inn at Union Run
— Lexington, VA 1883
127 Three Angels Inn at Sherwood
— Brodnax, VA 1883

1884

128 The Babcock House
— Appomattox, VA 1884
129 Kilmarnock Inn
— Kilmarnock, VA 1884

1885

130 The II Georges Inn

— Danville, VA 1885
131 Stonewall Jackson Inn B&B
— Harrisonburg, VA 1885
Property was once owned by Rev. L. S. Reed, father of Walter Reed. Read More
132 502 South Main
— Lexington, VA 1885

1886

133 Miss Molly's Inn

— Chincoteague Island, VA 1886
Miss Molly's Inn is where Marguerite Henry wrote the famous book, "Misty of Chincoteague" She stayed in the Marguerite Henry room when she wrote the book, which is what gives the room its... Read More
134 The Inn at Onancock
— Onancock, VA 1886

1887

135 Sheridan Livery Inn
— Lexington, VA 1887

1888

136 Joshua Wilton House

— Harrisonburg, VA 1888
The inn, surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, is within walking distance of historic downtown Harrisonburg and James Madison University. Read More
137 The Craddock Terry Hotel
— Lynchburg, VA 1888

1889

138 Magnolia House Inn

— Hampton, VA 1889
The Magnolia House is on the National Register for Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register for its architecture. Read More
139 Bridgewater Inn and Cottage
— Bridgewater, VA 1889
140 The Oaks Victorian Inn
— Christiansburg, VA 1889
Built in 1889. Read More
141 The Longbarn
— Middleburg, VA 1889
142 Mansion On Main
— Smithfield, VA 1889

1890

143 The Hope and Glory Inn
— Irvington, VA 1890
It was a schoolhouse from 1890-1907 for about 450 students. It's alumni include: a Rhodes Scholar, the President of Hollins College, an Attorney General for Virgina and the Managing Editor of The New... Read More
144 High Street Victorian Inn
— Petersburg, VA 1890

1891

145 Inn on Poplar Hill
— Orange, VA 1891

1892

146 Victoria & Albert B&B
— Abingdon, VA 1892
The Victoria and Albert is located in Abingdon's historic district and within walking distance of shops and the Barter Theatre. Read More
147 Channel Bass Inn
— Chincoteague Island, VA 1892
The house was built in 1892 by Mr John Winder, mayor of Chincoteague. It was used by the American Red Cross during the Ash Wednesday floods of 1962, since most other houses on the island were... Read More
148 Shepherd's Joy
— Abingdon, VA 1892
149 A.C. Stickley Bed & Breakfast
— Strasburg, VA 1892

1894

150 Grandma's Cottage
— Port Republic, VA 1894

1895

151 The Claiborne House B&B
— Rocky Mount, VA 1895
152 Barclay Cottage Bed and Breakfast
— Virginia Beach, VA 1895
Built in 1895, it is one of two Victorian cottages still in existence in Virginia Beach. In 1916 it was bought by Lillian Barclay who began accepting paying guests in 1917. She also ran a private... Read More
153 The Jefferson
— Richmond, VA 1895
154 The Jefferson Hotel
— Richmond, VA 1895

1896

155 A B&B Inn at Keezletown Road
— Weyers Cave, VA 1896

1897

156 Page House Inn

— Norfolk, VA 1897
Started being built in 1897 and finished 1899. Rescued and Restored to her grand ole self in 1991. Read More
157 Boxwood Inn

— Newport News, VA 1897
Built in 1896, the Inn was the home of Simon Curtis. Read More
158 The Columns Bed & Breakfast (Circa 1897)
— Chatham, VA 1897

1898

159 The Bed & Breakfast at Peace Hill
— Charles City, VA 1898
160 The Watson House
— Chincoteague Island, VA 1898
161 Trimble House Bed and Breakfast
— Monterey, VA 1898

1899

162 Fig Street Inn
— Cape Charles, VA 1899
163 CornerStone Farm Bed and Breakfast
— Clarksville, VA 1899
164 King's Victorian Inn
— Hot Springs, VA 1899

1900

165 Inn At Warner Hall
— Gloucester, VA 1900
166 Whispering Waters Bed and Breakfast
— Cedar Bluff, VA 1900
167 The Inn at 400 West High
— Charlottesville, VA 1900
168 Plaza Bed & Breakfast
— Colonial Beach, VA 1900
169 The Uptown Inn
— Victoria, VA 1900

1901

170 Mountain Laurel Inn
— Damascus, VA 1901
171 Ebenezer House Bed and Breakfast
— Madison, VA 1901
172 The Mountain Rose Inn
— Woolwine, VA 1901
Former site of the Mountain Rose Legal Distillery Number 250, Circa 1901. Read More
173 216 A City Bed and Breakfast
— Alexandria, VA 1901

1902

174 Hotel Strasburg
— Strasburg, VA 1902
175 Arbogast Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Monterey, VA 1902

1903

176 Shavers of Abingdon Bed and Breakfast Inn
— Abingdon, VA 1903
177 Tax Hollow Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Wolftown, VA 1903

1904

178 Highland Inn
— Monterey, VA 1904
Built in 1904 in a commercial Queene Anne style. The outstanding feature is a two-story Eastlake style porch running the length of the building. Read More
179 A Williamsburg White House
— Williamsburg, VA 1904
The Inn is the oldest home currently offering elegant lodging accomodations as a Bed and Breakfast in the Historic Town of Williamsburg Read More
180 The Lincoln House Bed & Breakfast
— Marion, VA 1904

1905

181 The Red Lantern Inn
— Clifton Forge, VA 1905
182 Killahevlin B&B Inn
— Front Royal, VA 1905
183 Foster Harris House
— Washington, VA 1905
Civil War battlefields & museums (less than an hour's drive). Read More

1907

184 Charlotte Hotel & Restaurant
— Onancock, VA 1907
185 Brugh's Inn of Salem
— Salem, VA 1907
186 The Herds Inn at Hedgebrook
— Winchester, VA 1907

1908

187 Back Inn Time B&B
— Kilmarnock, VA 1908

1909

188 Federal Crest Inn

— Lynchburg, VA 1909
Built in 1909 as one of the premier examples of the Georgian Revival style in Lynchburg City. Read More
189 Belle Hearth Bed & Breakfast
— Waynesboro, VA 1909
190 The Depot Lodge Bed & Breakfast
— Paint Bank, VA 1909

1910

191 Olde Staunton Inn

— Staunton, VA 1910
192 White Birches
— Abingdon, VA 1910
193 Inn at Westwood Farm
— Orange, VA 1910
194 Berryville Inn
— Berryville, VA 1910

1911

195 Keswick Hall
— Keswick, VA 1911

1912

196 Cape Charles House
— Cape Charles, VA 1912
Very little has changed in the house and great care has been taken to maintain the integrity of the property with only compatible updates being made. Read More
197 Trinkle Mansion Bed & Breakfast
— Wytheville, VA 1912
Classical Revival style with four massive columms on front porch, balcony on both front and rear of home, porte cochere and conservatory. Six fireplaces, original oak floors, massive woodwork,... Read More

1913

198 Bennett House Bed & Breakfast
— Manassas, VA 1913

1914

199 Ma Margarets House
— Reedville, VA 1914
200 The One Bed and Breakfast
— Richmond, VA 1914
201 Tree Streets Inn Inc
— Waynesboro, VA 1914

1915

202 Residence Bed & Breakfast
— Lynchburg, VA 1915
Built as a home of Randolph-Macon presidents. Entertained here: Elizabeth Taylor, Pres. Gerald Ford, Georgia O'Keeffe, Pearl S. Buck and Roger Mudd. Read More
203 Staunton Choral Gardens
— Staunton, VA 1915
Legend says General Robert E. Lee boarded his horse in the Carriage House (most likely when his daughters attended Stuart Hall, a private girls' school across the street). The exterior of the... Read More
204 The Inn at Little Washington
— Washington, VA 1915

1916

205 Steeles Tavern Manor Bed & Breakfast
— Steeles Tavern, VA 1916

1917

206 The Clubhouse Bed & Breakfast
— Fieldale, VA 1917

1918

207 On Keegan Pond Bed & Breakfast
— Fredericksburg, VA 1918

1919

208 Wyndie Crest Bed & Breakfast LLC
— Franklin, VA 1919

1920

209 Summerfield Inn
— Abingdon, VA 1920
210 Wolf Creek Farm
— Ararat, VA 1920
211 Rosebrook Inn
— Stanardsville, VA 1920
212 Montgomery Homestead Bed and Breakfast
— Damascus, VA 1920
213 The Virginia Home Inn
— Fieldale, VA 1920
214 Long Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Winchester, VA 1920

1922

215 Meadow Lane Lodge and Cottages
— Warm Springs, VA 1922
216 Liberty Rose B&B
— Williamsburg, VA 1922
Colonial Williamsburg (1 mile), Jamestown 1607 (4 miles), Yorktown (12 miles), College of William & Mary (1/2 mile). Read More
217 Museum District Bed and Breakfast
— Richmond, VA 1922

1924

218 Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center

— Staunton, VA 1924

1925

219 Old Massanutten Lodge

— Keezletown, VA 1925

1926

220 Colonial Capital B&B
— Williamsburg, VA 1926
221 Artist's House B&B
— Staunton, VA 1926

1927

222 Chesapeake Bay View Bed & Breakfast
— Cape Charles, VA 1927
223 An American Inn - Williamsburg Manor B&B
— Williamsburg, VA 1927
Historic Williamsburg (3 blocks), Jamestown (5 miles), Yorktown (20 miles), William & Mary College (1 block). Read More
224 The Cavalier
— Virginia Beach, VA 1927

1928

225 Inn at the Olde Silk Mill
— Fredericksburg, VA 1928
226 Applewood Colonial B&B
— Williamsburg, VA 1928
Colonial Williamsburg (3 blocks away) Read More
227 Boxwood Inn Of Williamsburg
— Williamsburg, VA 1928

1929

228 Clay Corner Inn Boutique Hotel & Spa

— Blacksburg, VA 1929
Smithfield Plantation is one mile away, Blacksburg is over 200 years old. Read More
229 Poplar Springs Inn and Spa
— Casanova, VA 1929
230 Martin-Wilson House
— Poquoson, VA 1929

1931

231 The Mimslyn Inn
— Luray, VA 1931
Before the Inn was built, this piece of ground was used as an Army encampment and the previous building housed a hospital during the Civil War. J. R. Mims, Sr. designed the winding or flying... Read More

1932

232 Brick House Inn
— Williamsburg, VA 1932

1933

233 Hornsby House Inn

— Yorktown, VA 1933
234 The Fife & Drum Inn

— Williamsburg, VA 1933
235 Bay Tree Manor
— Seaford, VA 1933
Originally used as a duck hunting lodge for dignitaries and celebrities such as Roosevelt, Gregory Peck and Raymond Burr. Read More
236 Cedars of Williamsburg Bed & Breakfast
— Williamsburg, VA 1933
The Cedars of Williamsburg is the largest, oldest and closest B&B to Colonial Williamsburg's Merchant Square Read More

1935

237 Stratford Hall Plantation Guest Houses
— Stratford, VA 1935

1937

238 Beach Spa Bed and Breakfast
— Virginia Beach, VA 1937

1939

239 Llewellyn Lodge at Lexington
— Lexington, VA 1939