Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast
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Thank you for your interest in Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast. Warwickton, a magnificent brick home built by James Woods Warwick in 1851, now hosts Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast. The mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic landmark. The lush natural beauty of the George Washington National Forest provides a peaceful location for Warwickton.
When entering our spacious hallway, experience the luxury of fine carpets, warm welcoming colors, and fine hand- carved pieces of furniture. Take a step back in time.
Take time to relax in the stylish Living room. Peruse books from Civil War history to trail guides locating the best fishing spots.
The Music Room features an antique piano and period music. Try your hand at the keys or ask Pam to highlight historic songs.
We have three spacious bedrooms for your pleasure. Each room offers a virtual fire in the original fireplace. Comfortable reading areas which include wingback chairs and sofas. Separate bathrooms are located just down the hall.
To start out your day, Ron & Pam will be serving a full breakfast in the formal dining room. Enjoy your leisurely breakfast discussing the history of the valley and the mansion, while planning which of the areas of local interest you are going to visit.
The mansion is nestled in a fertile valley along the Jackson River, and offers fishing, hiking, hunting, and bike trails for the outdoor enthusiast.
For the nature lover or hiker, the Hidden Valley trail system combines natural beauty, wildlife, and history all in one unique location. The Jackson River, located in front of the mansion, offers excellent fishing. For the history buff, many historical sites and towns can be found within an hours drive.
Added new amenity is wireless internet available to guests.
Hidden quietly in the serene Allegheny Mountains of Virginia, Bath County is a seclusion lovers paradise. With 89% of its landscape still covered in mountain forest, Bath is a place where you can unwind, reconnect with nature, with family, with yourself, and take a gentle journey on the back roads of the mountains and the back roads of time. Here the George Washington National Forest, Douthat State Park, and Warm Springs Mountain Preserve offer hundreds of thousands of acres of stunning Allegheny Mountain vistas, waterfalls, streams, and quiet woods.
High culture meets the mountains in Bath. At Garth Newel Music Center, settle in for an evening of fine music by the resident chamber quartet, or explore dozens of art, antique and craft galleries from the fine art and military collections of the William M. Grover Galleries in Hot Springs and Bacova to the Appalachian crafts of Sugar Hollow Creations in Millboro. Bath offers art and collectibles of all kinds.
Find unique dining in just about every corner of Bath County. From continental cuisine in a restored gristmill in Warm Springs to a quick lunch al fresco along Hot Springs Main Street, dining options are wonderfully varied. Excerpt from http://www.discoverbath.com. Click Here to Learn More
Additional ways to see what events or areas of interest are located in Bath County please visit the county's web site at Bath County Chamber of Commerce
How To Find Us
We are located in the George Washington National Forest on the Jackson River.
From the East:
take I-64 W to Staunton exit (US 250 W) to Coalter St.( Rt 254 W); Rt 254 W picks up Rt 42 at Buffalo Gap; Rt 42 S through Goshen (Rt 42 and Rt 39 come together at Goshen); continue on Rt 39 W over Warm Springs Mountain to Rt 220; turn Right on Rt 220 N (2.6 miles) turn Left onto McGuffin Rd (Rt 621); go 1.8 miles to Hidden Valley Rd; turn Right and follow the road over the river to the Mansion (2 miles).
From the West:
take I-64 E to Covington, Va; take Rt 220 N past Warm Springs pools (2.6 miles); turn Left onto McGuffin Rd (Rt 621); go 1.8 miles to Hidden Valley Rd; turn Right and follow the road over the river to the Mansion (2 miles).
Please do not use MapQuest for routes into Bath County, they are incorrect.
"Take the backroads to Bath......."