If only these walls could talk... The Buckhorn Inn is an 1811 stage coach stop that will take your imagination back in time. Each of the 5 bedrooms begs to tell stories of times past as you relax amid the convienciences of modern time... satellite tv & WiFi. Or you can relax on our huge wrap-around porch in the summer watching the hummingbirds play. Or take a walk in the George Washington National Forest and get away from it all. May be you like to shop for antiques, visit a Sheakespear Theater, visit vineyards, tour the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, or a mulituted of other activities in Staunton and the surrounding area only 20 minutes away. And no matter what you do, make sure you save room for breakfast because we have only one rule...you can't leave hungry.
This 2 room suite has a queen bed with a gas fireplace, one person jacuzzi tub, and porch access. All our rooms have satellite tv and WiFi. The auxillary room has a 2 day beds that are great for your children...or your mother-in-law.
Nightly Rate: $145-$155
Stagecoach Room is the perfect room for families or 2 friends staying together since it has 2 full size beds. All our rooms have Satellite TV and WiFi.
Nightly Rate: $125-$125
The Hummingbird room is a cozy room with a queen size bed and a clawfoot bathtub. It is one of only two rooms that have direct porch access so you can watch the dozens of hummingbirds that visit our feeders. All our rooms have Satellite TV and WiFi.
Nightly Rate: $130-$140
One of our most popular rooms, Brookside features a 4 poster king size bed and a private reading room. All our rooms have Satellite TV and WiFi.
Nightly Rate: $140-$150
The Sunset room has queen size bed and a bathroom that goes on and on. If the sky is feeling generous you get a full view of the purple, red, and orange sunset right out your window. All our rooms have Satellite TV and WiFi
Nightly Rate: $125-$125
5 on June 17, 2014
5 on May 21, 2014
Everything about the Buckhorn Inn was wonderful, especially innkeeper Sylvia Yoder. Since we're interested in history, she shared the story of the inn and gave us a tour. We arrived late on a stormy evening and Sylvia fed us a delicious peanut butter pie. In the morning, she prepared our breakfast to order. Accommodations were beautifully decorated with comfortable beds and a spacious bathroom. We felt perfectly pampered at the Buckhorn Inn!
4.6 on May 02, 2014
Breakfast was lavish and delicious, and the Inn's owners are considerate, caring family folks.
3.8 on April 21, 2014
The Buckhorn Inn was a wonderful place for a countryside getaway. On the way there, you get to enjoy gorgeous sights of rolling hillsides, and the inn itself is beautiful and quaint at the same time. There are plenty of great dining options in town. After asking for suggestion at the inn, we planned to have dinner at Zynodoa, a renowned Staunton restaurant (which we still plan to go to sometime), but they were all booked up so we ended up eating at Aioli, a tapas style restaurant that was absolutely delicious. Afterwards we returned to the Brookside room that we had booked. It has a nice king sized bed, large TV, a private bathroom and a small reading room. It was the perfect place to spend the night. In the morning, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast in a rustic dining area. We also got to meet the innkeepers' daughter and enjoyed chatting with her. Her other siblings were running around outside. The breakfast was to die for and we strictly adhered to their one rule "no one leaves hungry". We filled up on pancakes, hash brown patties, bacon, sausages and eggs; although these were only a small percentage of the options we were offered. We could not have a had a better experience!
4.6 on March 20, 2014
The Buckhorn Inn is a nice B&B in the country. The hosts were hospitable but not overbearing. The Stonewall Jackson room was awesome with a fireplace, a walk-out balcony, and a jetted tube. The breakfast was average. It was a very cozy and welcoming experience with a family-friendly atmosphere. Highly recommended during the Highland Maple Festival.
Charlottesville, VA (CHO-Charlottesville-Albemarle) 60 miles
I 64 to I 81 south, exit 220, follow Rt 262 5 miles, left on Rt 250 west (Churchville Av), 12 miles on right
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Natural Bridge, Blackfriers Playhouse (Shakspeare), George Washington National Forest, Natural Chimneys, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Bath robes, Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , HiDef TV in the living room, Large wrap-around porch
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, antique shopping, museums, Shakespeare Theater, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Garlan & Sylvia Yoder
English, German, Spanish
3 Cats , 1 Dog
Garlan is an avid woodworker when he gets time. Sylvia likes to be in the kitchen baking and cooking, Garlan likes it when she is too.
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Peanut Butter Pie
For 30 Years The Buckhorn Inn has been famous for it's Peanut Butter Pie.