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The Inn At the Crossroads
PO Box 6519
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Phone: +1--4349796452

Jim and Janet Stern


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The main dining room of the Inn. The dining room had dirt floors until 1974.Historic Designation
Summer Kitchen Cottage - Summer 2008  2 Story Cottage with first floor living room, housekeeping kitchen with all dinnerwear, untensils, coffee and teas, provided.  Second floor has bedroom, beautifully redone bathroom and door out to private deck.  Summer Kitchen Cottage is only 50 feet from the Inn and rates include breakfast in the main Inn Dining Room.The Tavern Keepers Suite bedroom features a king bed. It is the original living quarters of the innkeeper and his 16 children.
The upstairs bedroom in the Summer Kitchen Cottage. The Dabney Carr room was the original dining room of the Inn.
Early morning rainbow seen from the Summer Kitchen Cottage.The Mary Sutherland room has mountain views.
The Sarah Gillocke room is named after the Inn's school teacher.The Americana Suite bedroom features original framed WW1 posters.
Autumnal view of the property.