The Inn at the Crossroads in Charlottesville Virginia
The Inn at the Crossroads Charlottesville Central Monticello Blue Ridge Virginia Historic Lodgings Accommodations


Hosts: Jim and Janet Stern

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Rooms: 5

Address: P.O. Box 6519, Charlottesville, VA 22906 USA

Telephone: (434) 979-6452

Nearby Attractions: The central location of The Inn at the Crossroads provides our guests with many options for both leisure and activity. You can visit Charlottesville's:

  • art galleries
  • museums
  • theaters
  • antique shops

Take a tour of historic downtown Charlottesville or enjoy the Dogwood festival, Garden Week, the Albemarle County Fair, First Night Virginia, or the Foxfield Steeplechase.

For sports enthusiasts there are canoeing and tubing on the James River, skiing, tennis, golf, and hiking in the nearby mountains.

  • Monticello - home of President Thomas Jefferson
  • Ash Lawn-Highland - home of President James Monroe
  • Montpelier - home of President James Madison
  • Historic Michie Tavern
  • University of Virginia
  • Blue Ridge Parkway and the Skyline Drive
  • American Museum of Frontier Culture in Staunton
  • Central Virginia wineries and vineyards
  • Walton Mountain Museum in nearby Schuyler, VA

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The Inn at the Crossroads Charlottesville Central Monticello Blue Ridge Virginia

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The Inn at the Crossroads Charlottesville Central Monticello Blue Ridge Virginia Fireplace

General Information: Welcome to The Inn at the Crossroads ... located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Inn at the Crossroads was built in 1818 and registered as a National Historic Place and a Virginia Historic Landmark. It was originally known as the Crossroads Tavern. The Inn has served no other purpose in it's history other 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-Jamer River turnpike and has been virtually unaltered since its construction. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Virginia Historic Landmark, the Inn was built to serve those traveling between the Shenandoah Valley and the James River.

  • all guest rooms have private baths and air conditioning
  • most have king or queen-sized beds
  • some have fireplaces
  • all have great views

The rooms are quaintly decorated in colonial style.

Today the Inn continues a long tradition, offering a respite for the weary traveler - a quiet and natural setting in which to relax and unwind. The gazebo offers spectacular 270 degree views of hundreds of open acres and the Blue Ridge foothills.

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.

Rooms & Rates: (all prices quoted in US Dollars)

$89-169/night

A full breakfast is included in room rates. All rooms have private baths.