Inn at the Crossroads
The Inn has served no other purpose in its history than as a stop for the weary traveler. It recalls the period of the 1820's when the Inn first served as a tavern and overnight lodging for farmers and travelers using the Staunton-James River turnpike and has been virtually unaltered since its construction. One of the many entries in the daybook carefully records the number of gallons of whiskey and cider used to pay Dabney Carr, the nephew of Thomas Jefferson. A copy of one of Mr. Sutherland's daybooks for the year 1852 is on display at the inn. The Inn at the Crossroads is listed on the National Historic Register and is a certified Virginia Landmark.
Situated on 4 scenic acres with panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Inn has five bedrooms and a separate cottage. All rooms have private baths. Accommodates groups of up to 25 comfortably. Tea/coffee/beverage and snack service available. Single/Double $89-169. Extra person $25. Major credit cards.