The Inn at Old Virginia is located in Staunton, VA in the midst of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This uniquely beautiful region has something for everyone- from the breathtaking vistas of Skyline Drive to outdoor adventures, rich history, and the performing arts there is a memorable experience for each visitor.
The Inn's country elegant lodging provides the perfect home base for your Shenandoah Valley getaway. From our convenient location you will have easy access to all of the attractions the Valley has to offer.
Our friendly staff is happy to help you plan your visit. Please contact us for more information about area attractions and lodging availability. We look forward to being a part of your Shenandoah Experience.
For general information about Staunton area recreation and tourism, explore the following resources:
Adventure and Sporting
The Shenandoah Valley has a large number of outdoor activities awaiting our guests. There is no better way to enjoy the beauty and scenery of the Blue Ridge region of Virginia than to experience it firsthand. Several activities that may be of interest include:
Canoeing, Tubing and Rafting:
Staunton, the Shenandoah Valley and the entire Commonwealth of Virginia occupy a unique place in our nation's heritage. The birthplace of our nation's 28th President, Woodrow Wilson, Staunton and the surrounding area is rich with museums, historical homes, respected colleges and universities, and many notable sites from our past.
Whether you are a history buff exploring personal interests or you would like to introduce your family and friends to a wonderful piece of American heritage, this region has much to offer. Complete your historical adventure with a stay at the Inn at Old Virginia, where our accommodations and hospitality reflect the charm and elegance of the region itself.
Colleges and Universities:
While visiting Staunton and the Shenandoah Valley, experience regional theater at its finest. There are several theaters and musical venues throughout the area.
Outdoor Retreats & Unique Attractions
If you are a gardening enthusiast, the Shenandoah Valley region has several nurseries to feed your passion. Round out your trip to the area by seeing and learning firsthand about our local flora.and other unique attractions.
You don't need to travel the world to find great wine - Virginia vineyards have earned increased attention as the state's wine industry continues to grow. Accommodations at the Inn at Old Virginia provide the perfect central location for visiting wonderful vineyards around the region. The listed website gives excellent information on Virginia Vineyards and Wineries as well as Festivals, Events and Tours.