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One of Bath County's oldest buildings, Anderson Cottage has been in the present owner's family since the 1870s. A rambling house, it is actually two buildings, log and clapboard. The original four rooms, housed an 18th century tavern, has also been a girls' school and a summer inn. The Kitchen cottage combines an 1820 brick kitchen and a 20-year old addition. Operated as a B&B since 1984, rooms in the Main House may be available to guests of long-standing.
The Kitchen Cottage at the Anderson Cottage is available year-round. With three bedrooms and two baths, it is ideal for families and small groups. The upper level with a bedroom and bath is perfect for couples and singles.
Warm Springs provides an easy base for day trips and the county abounds in walking trails and beautiful drives through the mountains. The cottage is located in the village of Warm Springs, but is at the rear of the Anderson Cottage property with privacy and seclusion. Restaurants are nearby, one just three doors away.
The warm stream from the mineral springs flows through the back yard. A small balcony overlooks this, with views up and down the valley.
The upper level is the main floor, with a living room with windows on three sides; a common room with fully equipped kitchen, dining area, working fireplace; and bedroom with queen bed and bath featuring a tub and shower. The lower level has two bedrooms - one queen and one with twin beds and bath with shower.
Breakfast supplies and maid service are provided.
Anderson Cottage is a short walk form the famouns Warm Springs pools. Fine restaurants are nearby.
Sports facilities nearby include riding lessons; fishing in local streams; and lake sports at Douthat Park, Lake Moomaw and the Dominion Generation Recreation Area. The area abounds in natural beauty and there are miles of walking trails and scenic drives.
Shopping is available at craft, antique and specialty shops in Warm Springs, Hot Springs and Monterey. In the summer months and on special occasions during the year, chamber music of high quality is offered at Garth Newel Music Center.
Warm Springs is a good base for day trips to Lexington and Staunton, home of the Museum of American Frontier Culture and to Pocahontas County, West Virginia, to the west, and Highland County, to the north.Location: West of Warm SpringsLocation: Warm SpringsLocation: Warm SpringsLocation: West of Warm SpringsLocation: East of Warm Springs
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Marina at Lake Moomaw
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How to Find Us
Rt. 254 west to Buffalo Gap where Rt. 254 becomes Rt. 42S in a straight line; to Millboro Springs, leave Rt. 42, stay with Rt. 39W to Warm Springs; at foot of mountain left with Rt. 39W, then immediate right with Rt. 39W to left on Old Germantown Road (Rt. 692) to #208, fourth house on left.
I-81 north to Rt. 220 north through Clifton Forge, Covington and Hot Springs to Warm Springs; left on Rt. 619, right on Rt. 645, right on Old Germantown Road (Rt. 692) to third house on right #208.
From Washington, D.C.
I 66 W to I-81S; Staunton exit to Woodrow Wilson Parkway / Rt. 262S to exit Rt. 254 W. (Continue with Staunton directions above).
Small car park at foot of driveway.
Please do not use MapQuest or other computer-generated directions.