The Iris Inn is more than a B&B, as it also offers efficiency units (comfortably furnished modern cabins and cottages) with full kitchens or kitchenettes. the cabins offer spectacular views of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains from the 1,600 foot above sea level inn premises.. Dave and Heidi offer up a variety of full and very well prepared breakfasts. There are many walking trails in the area, of varying degrees of difficulty. More important for our group of four was the easy access to the many visitor sites in the area including the town of Charlottesville and Jefferson's home at Monticello. the town of Lexington and the Washington & Lee campus (expecially worthwhile is a visit to the Lee Chapel) and the town of Staunton. Davie is a great source for information about what to see in the area and is an indefatigable host. There are activities here for the outdoors folks as well as those interested in American historical sites, and the Iris Inn is centrally located to all of it. Don't miss!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1991 as a bed and breakfast, the Iris Inn has all the modern convenience of a new facility combined with traditional charm. With 9 different rooms and 6 cabins on over 11 wooded acres the Iris Inn has room for all your needs. WiFi is available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Iris Hotel Waynesboro