My husband and I spent two nights at the Inn on Campbell recently on our way back home after seeing the W&M vs JMU football game and visiting our son at Virginia Tech. Even before the trip, Cindy was extremely helpful, recommending places to stay in the Blacksburg area, and changing our reservation when our schedule changed. We received a call from Keith the day of check-in asking if there was anything special we needed, and he greeted us on arrival out in front of the Inn, showing us to our parking space across the street. The Inn has reserved spaces in a lot right across the street-important in a downtown area. Keith & Cindy were both so warm and welcoming, and you can tell it's genuine. We met their two Cavalier King Charles spaniels-Taffy & Spottswood-who were sunning in the window when we arrived. After arrival, we spent some time with Keith and Cindy over wine & cheese. The location of the Inn is convenient to many great restaurants, galleries and some interesting museums, and a short drive to Mill Mountain on the Blue Ridge Parkway. We stayed in the Campbell Suite on the second floor, but were given a tour on arrival of all the rooms, all gorgeous. They were between housekeepers during our stay, but you would never know it-the place is immaculate. Here are some other notes about our stay: The breakfasts were great and not too heavy, the kitchen/sitting area where we ate was sunny and comfortable; the decor, history and architecture of the Inn is wonderful; the comfort of the room, from the bedding to the individual climate control, perfect. The small touches-chocolate covered strawberries at turn down every evening, the teas & coffees, water and sodas in each room, the reading area & stock of DVD's and books (extensive), the hosts knowledge of the area and of renovation (I think my husband could spend about a month just picking Keith's brain about renovation and maintenance), their concern for your comfort & safety (cipher locks on exterior and interior doors, easy to use), and their recommendations for what to do, see, where to eat in Roanoke-these add up to something really special. We've stayed in many B&B's and Inns over the years, and I have to say, this is the best on our list. And the prices are so reasonable for what you get-we paid not much less to stay at a Holiday Inn Express recently, to give a comparison. We give the Inn on Campbell our highest recommendation, and we look forward to coming back soon. Also recommended-the Taubman art Museum and Table 50-both an easy walk from the Inn.
The Campbell Suite is at the front of the second floor, overlooking Campbell, but street noise was m...
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