Kings Victorian InnWith bed and breakfasts from the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, the County of Bath offers more diverse historical settings than most. The King’s Victorian Inn and Cottages even have a “Honeymoon Suite” to make for the ideal Virginia style honeymoon bed and breakfast, and the Fort Lewis Lodge hosts 3 bedrooms from a renovated silo attached to the lodge which makes the rooms round. Still looking for something different? Warm Springs residents can eat in a well-preserved 19th Century courtroom along with the judge’s chambers.

  • Fort Lewis Lodge

    603 Old Plantation Way
    Millboro, VA 24460
    • 540-925-2314

    Fort Lewis Lodge is a bed, breakfast and dinner inn at the heart of a 3200-acre mountain estate. Outdoor activities abound with miles of river trout and bass fishing, swimming, extensive hiking trails, mountain biking, and magnificent vistas. Fort Lewis Lodge is a rare combination of unpretentious elegance and unique architecture offering a variety of lodging choices where every room has a view. In addition to the main lodge building, there are three “in the round” silo bedrooms, four hand-hewn log cabins with stone fireplaces, and Riverside House, all perfect for a true country getaway. Evenings are highlighted by a contemporary-american-style cuisine served in the historic Lewis Grist Mill. This is destination dining, where the emphasis falls firmly on the cuisine – the kitchen never ceases to impress. Like most country inns, we trade in a change of pace, romance and exceptional fare. But over the years, we’ve come to understand that Fort Lewis Lodge has an asset that very few others have – our wilderness – the mountains, forests, fields and streams and all the creature that call this their home.

  • Garth Newel

    P.O. Box 240, Warm Springs, 24484
    403 Garth Newel Lane, Hot Springs, 24445
    • 540-839-5018

    Imagine life at a country estate in the 1920’s and 1930’s. At Garth Newel Music Center in Hot Springs, music is the key that unlocks a world of experience. From classical to jazz and more, inspired music-making is just the beginning of all that the Center provides. Gourmet meals, the exquisite Bath County landscape, and some of the most interesting people you will ever meet make each visit a one-of-a-kind experience.

    Spend the weekend in this magical place built by the American artist, William Sergeant Kendall and his young wife Christine Herter Kendall. Browse their library, stay in one of the guest rooms and see where the Kendalls painted. Schedule a tour of the estate with one of our volunteers, explore and lose yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the surrounding area. Take a short trip to the Jefferson Pools to take the waters or take advantage of the great outdoors!

    Our Manor House, one of the two buildings on our property registered as an Historic Landmark, is tastefully decorated and comfortable. On concert days, it is a short stroll to the Concert Hall. The Center also has two cottages available. As a weekend guest, life is casual here; check-in and check-out times are flexible. Continental-style breakfast is provided as you sink into your home away from home. Limited availability. Please call for more information. Discover your happily ever after at Garth Newel.

  • Hidden Valley B&B

    P.O. Box 53
    2241 Hidden Valley Road
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-3178

    Warwickton Mansion, a magnificent brick home built by James W. Warwick in 1851, is now home to the Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast. The lush natural beauty of the George Washington National Forest provides a peaceful and secluded location for the mansion which is on National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. During your stay you will enjoy mountain biking, hiking or birding on the local trails that ring the property. For fly-fishermen the Jackson River is just a cast away! Lodging Offerings include: Warwick Manion offers three spacious bedrooms with private baths. Full breakfast is included in the rate. The mansion is furnished with beautiful period antiques. Wifi. Open seasonally. The Summer Kitchen, built for the movie Sommersby filmed on site in 1992, has two rental suites. The Kitchen sleeps four and is perfect for a small family or a group. Full kitchen, fire places, satellite TV, wifi and pet friendly. Open year round. The Quarters sleeps four and is perfect for a small family or a group. Full kitchen, fire place, satellite TV and wifi. Open year round.

    Pet Friendly: Summer Kitchen
  • King’s Victorian Inn

    P.O. Box 795
    8883 Sam Snead Highway
    Hot Springs, VA 24445
    • 540-839-3134

    Come discover the beauty, charm and romantic enchantment of this 1899 Victorian masterpiece, located within walking distance of downtown Hot Springs, in the beautiful Allegheny Mountains near the famous Omni Homestead Resort and golf courses.  This lovely property was built by Dr. Henry S. Pole, a natural physician who was also the first person to own an automobile in Bath County!

    Nestled in a grove of beautiful old maple and chestnut trees you take a step back in time as you sit and relax in the rockers and wicker chairs on the verandah that extends around most of the house.

    The King’s Victorian Inn is tastefully decorated with antiques, 18th century reproductions and oriental carpets.  We offer two parlors for guests to enjoy. We serve breakfast in the formal dining room.  There is a wide arrange of lodging options from romantic, well appointed rooms in the historic main house to the secluded Honeymoon Cottage as well as two, three and four bedroom cottages great for families. All rooms have private baths and special sitting areas.  A stay at King’s Victorian Inn offers a relaxing blend of nostalgic past with all the convenience of the present.

  • The Anderson Cottage B&B

    208 Old Germantown Road
    PO Box 176
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-2975

    The Anderson Cottage has been welcoming guests in Warm Springs, Virginia since the 1790s, as a tavern, girls school, summer inn, and, for over thirty years, as a Bed and Breakfast. In this “wonderful old house” that has been in our family since the 1870s, we offer three suites and two bedrooms, plus a three-bedroom cottage by the stream.

    The main house is open from March to November. The Kitchen Cottage is available year-round.

    Warm Springs provides an easy base for day trips and the county abounds in walking trails and beautiful drives through the mountains. The cottage is located in the village of Warm Springs, but is at the rear of The Anderson Cottage property with privacy and seclusion. Restaurants are nearby, one just three doors away.

    The warm stream from the mineral springs flows through the back yard. A small balcony overlooks this, with views up and down the valley.

  • The Inn at Gristmill Square

    118 Old Germantown Road
    PO Box 359
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-2231

    The Inn at Gristmill Square is the ideal destination for rest and relaxation.  Since 1771, there has been a mill in continuous operation on Warm Springs Run.  Today, the present mill building is home to the Waterwheel Restaurant,. The surrounding hardware store, blacksmith’s shop, and two turn of the century private residences make up the 17 quaint guestrooms forming what is now The Inn at Gristmill Square.

    These lovingly restored historic buildings offer unique guest rooms while still providing all the conveniences discerning travelers have come to expect.  Each room has a private bath, flat screen television with satellite channels, complimentary high-speed wireless internet, a private phone line, and many other traditional amenities.  Each of our seventeen guest rooms and suites are individually furnished and many have their own wood-burning fireplaces set and ready for you to light with the strike of a match.

    Across the grounds guests can find themselves at the Warm Spirit Spa offering massage and facial services.  Dining at its finest can be found at the Waterwheel Restaurant, which is known throughout the area for delicious cuisine in a casual elegant setting with service that is unparalleled.

  • The Inn at Warm Springs

    12968 Sam Snead Highway
    Warm Springs, VA 24484
    • 540-839-5351

    The Inn at Warm Springs has been a landmark in Bath County since it was built in 1843—not as an Inn but as the first County Court House and Jail.  Located directly across the road from the Jefferson Pools this charming bed and breakfast offers a host of amenities including private quarters each with private bath, satellite TV, free WiFi,  ample free parking and breakfast in the atrium room.  There are a variety of rooms from which to choose—but the most popular are those that have been transformed from jail cell to cozy, well-appointed sleeping rooms.  Located near restaurants, shops, the Pools and the Garth Newel Music Center this historic Inn has been welcoming guests for over a century. Whether you are traveling alone, as a couple, with family or friends you will find this both an affordable and inviting place to stay.

    Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Vine Cottage Inn

    P.O. Box 918
    7402 Sam Snead Highway
    Hot Springs, VA 24445
    • 540-839-2422
    • 800-410-9755

    Vine Cottage Inn is a unique bed and breakfast with a true and welcoming country inn feel.  It is located in the village of Hot Springs, in the breathtaking Allegheny Highlands of Bath County, Virginia. Vine Cottage Inn has called Hot Springs home for 110 years, first opened its doors to visitors, travelers and guests in 1905.  Vine Cottage Inn possesses a charm and simple elegance that embraces you. Situated one block from The Omni Homestead Resort, a world renowned resort and spa, . Vine Cottage Inn guests can benefit from many of the amenities The Omni Homestead Resort offers while staying in an affordable, “like home” environment. 

    With nine guest rooms and a two room suite, each with different décor, you have a wide selection of accommodations from which to pick.  Gather at the breakfast table for a delightful fixed menu breakfast and good conversation with friends and future friends from far and near.  Come and enjoy your “Home in Hot Spring.” It will be just like going to “Grandma’s House.”

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