courtyard at Inn at Gristmill Square

Celebrating a Decade of Exceptional Hospitality — Meet the Innkeepers at the Inn at Gristmill Square

01/21/2021 Posted in: Family Fun, Food, History, Lodging, People

In the heart of the Village of Warm Springs is a unique business with an appropriately long name — The Inn at Gristmill Square and Waterwheel Restaurant. This charming inn is on the site of a historic gristmill. The iconic waterwheel, which itself is an instagram-worthy photo-op, is on the building that houses a magnificent … Continue reading Celebrating a Decade of Exceptional Hospitality — Meet the Innkeepers at the Inn at Gristmill Square

Made in Bath County - Bear Loop Overlook by Jennifer Dalke TNC

Only in Bath County – A Look Back and A Look Ahead

01/05/2021 Posted in: Agri-tourism, Arts & Music, Beverages, Family Fun, Food, History, Lodging, Outdoors, Scenic, Scenic Drives, Uncategorized

Bath County has been welcoming visitors for more than 250 years. Travelers made the journey to “take the waters” long before the American Revolution. The Homestead Resort opened in 1766 and the county’s tradition of fine hospitality was born. Even from the perspective of a community with such a long tourism history, 2020 was a … Continue reading Only in Bath County – A Look Back and A Look Ahead

The Cascades golf course at The Omni Homestead Resort

Golf Legend and Bath County’s Favorite Son

11/23/2020 Posted in: Family Fun, Food, History, People

The main road through Bath County, connecting Hot Springs and Warm Springs, is known as Sam Snead Highway. At the junction of that very highway and Main Street in Hot Springs, sits the highly visible restaurant, Snead’s 1912. Sam Snead is Bath County’s favorite son. It’s time to meet the legend. Samuel Jackson Snead was … Continue reading Golf Legend and Bath County’s Favorite Son

The Inn at Warm Springs exterior

Visit Bath County and spend the night in the (old) jail.

09/25/2020 Posted in: Family Fun, History, Lodging, Uncategorized

Many people choose to visit Bath County for a relaxing getaway. Finding serenity here doesn’t require solitary confinement in the local jail. Bath County is famous for its hospitality and unique places to stay. There are no cookie-cutter chain hotels here. Options range from private rental properties to independent motels, a grand resort to charming … Continue reading Visit Bath County and spend the night in the (old) jail.