Inn at the Crossroads

5010 Plank Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22959
Innkeeper(s): Jim and Janet Stern
 

Americana Suite

From $169.00 / night
Tastefully decorated with framed original WW1 posters and George Washington and Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, this two room suite located on the second floor of the Inn features a king bed, spacious shower and full sitting room off the bedroom.
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Mary Sutherland Room

From $129.00 / night
Named after the original innkeeper's wife who later managed the tavern, working farm and servants, this room located on the second floor of the Inn features a queen four poster bed and its own private bathroom. It features mountain views.
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Summer Kitchen Cottage

From $169.00 / night
This building was the original cooking kitchen for the tavern and has been restored as a guest cottage. It now houses a queen bed and bathroom with spa shower upstairs and a kitchenette and living room downstairs. The full size pullout can accommodate up to 2 additional persons. This is the only building that can accommodate children under the age of 12.
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Tavernkeeper's Suite

From $169.00 / night
This two room suite located on the main floor of the Inn and was the original living quarters for the tavern owners and their 16 children. Enjoy a king bed and spacious bathroom with spa shower. The sitting room can accommodate up to 2 additional persons on the full size pullout. This is the only room in the Inn that can accommodate children age 12 and above.
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Sarah Gillocke Room

From $129.00 / night
This room, located on the second floor of the Inn, offers a queen bed and private bathroom and showcases framed pages from the teacher's edition of the Dick and Jane Reader as well as framed puzzles from the 1920's as a tribute to the former local school teacher.
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Dabney Carr Room

From $129.00 / night
The original tavern dining room now has a queen bed and private bathroom and is located on the main floor of the Inn. It is named after the cousin of Thomas Jefferson who played an important role in the financing of the tavern.
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