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
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
Food Tourism is a growing travel trend. For many travelers, food choices are as important a factor as climate and scenery when choosing a destination. For some people, it’s the very reason for traveling. Food Tourism is much more than finding a place to eat in whichever city you happen to be visiting. Food Tourism, … Continue reading Destination Dining
Just as the legacy of pro golfer Sam Snead is a part of every day life in Bath County, so is the restaurant that honors him. Located in downtown Hot Springs on the corner of Main Street and — what else — Sam Snead Highway, Snead’s 1912 is impossible to miss. And, you definitely do … Continue reading Southern Style Barbecue in a Tavern Atmosphere at Snead’s 1912
The readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine are a discerning group. In 2019, the popular mid-Atlantic region magazine added a Tiny Town category to their annual Top Adventure Towns competition. Hot Springs, Virginia, ran away with the title. Why did Hot Springs win this prestigious honor? First, it’s helpful to understand that the distinction really … Continue reading Top Adventure Town – Hot Springs, Virginia
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