This beautifully restored 1890's Colonial Revival has received the Preservation Award for 2010. Each room is bathed in sunlight at different times of the day. With 12 foot ceilings, vintage furnishings, antique persions rugs and updated amenities, it is the perfect alternative to a Roanoke hotel. King, Queen and the double bed room offer a varied choice for your sleeping comfort. All rooms have private, updated baths, ceiling fans, and air conditioning There are several private sitting areas and a common area for T.V. viewing. Guests have use of the Butlers Pantry for food and beverage storage. Plenty of parking and convenient to downtown Roanoke. A gourmet breakfast is served within your time schedule. Valet service is graciously provided.
5 on October 13, 2013
My husband and I have had the good fortune of traveling. Never have I written an on-line review but we felt that other folks should know what a gem the King George Inn truly is! Lynn and Jim Hunt, the inn keepers are simply engaging, exude southern hospitality, interesting, accommodating and simply put: entertaining! Lynn served what I would consider a gourmet breakfast, that was presented beautifully and was delicious! The rooms are huge, the linens luxurious and the mattress was so very comfortable. We slept so well, it reminded us of our stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel, it was that nice! We will not only return, we will encourage our friends and family to experience the King George Inn also. Most Sincerely, Rebekah and Michael Thompson
5 on December 17, 2012
I recently stayed at the King George Inn, and I can truly say that the experience was exquisite! The mansion is gorgeous, and the rooms are filled with lovely, period-appropriate antiques and furnishings. The hosts have made every effort to insure their guests' comfort; the guest rooms are thoughtfully appointed and luxurious, and breakfast was delicious (I toyed with the idea of trying to reproduce the meal myself, but I've concluded it'll be far better to book a return stay!). In addition, the location is great, just a short distance from the center of Roanoke. I highly recommend the King George Inn.
5 on December 17, 2012
I live near Roanoke and so I am familiar with many of the local lodging options. Of course, I have a favorite. When the opportunity arises for a quick week-end get away to shop and enjoy the downtown Roanoke market place area, you can't beat the King George Inn for a perfect place to stay. Lynn & Jim totally spoil all of their guests. The house is a magnificant, well restored, historical Roanoke mansion. The location is perfect for enjoying the downtown area, and what a treat to come home to the KGI after enjoying one of the many downtown Roanoke festivals (presently the "Dickens of a Christmas" when I stayed with Lynn & Jim). 5 stars! A+! Bravo!
5 on October 22, 2012
Had a wonderful evening with family and friends with our host Lynn and Jim. The Bed and Breakfast is absolutely beautiful. love all the little touches Lynn and Jim have done to make their bed and breakfast a warm and comfortable place to come and stay. Breakfast was great too......far beyond our expectations. Thanks Dave and Cecilia
4.6 on September 30, 2012
We had a great night here. Jim and Lynn were very hospitable and so sweet. The breakfast was amazing. Very nice place to spend our 1-year anniversary.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Museum, National/State parks, Hiking trails, Take a walking tour of historic, old Southwest,, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Hiking trails, Take a walking tour of historic, old Southwest,, Sight-seeing
Lynn and Jim Hunt
Visit the upstairs art exhibit area plus Lynn's Rooftop Gallery where current watercolors and work in progress are on display and available for sale...Lynn has been the recipient of several watercolor awards and specializes in local scenes of the historic old Southwest.
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