It sounds impossible--two floors of fun and luxury for the price of an ordinary bed and breakfast accomodation. Your own private building, complete with lounge, snack bar, WIFI work space, fully-equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, two bathrooms, two flat-screen TV’s, and the most comfortable queen-size bed in Staunton. The Storefront offers superb B&B accommodations, along with extended-stay availability, in the most convenient location in Staunton. Book The Storefront for your overnight stay, or for the perfect weekend getaway with innumerable extras. The future of lodging is right here at The Storefront, Virginia's most exclusive small hotel!
4.2 on July 28, 2017
This cute, tiny little 1-room hotel is nestled in the heart of downtown Staunton, VA. The town is full of antique & vintage stores & a wide variety of rest- aurants. The Storefront is the perfect place from which to explore everything Staunton has to offer. The downstairs is a mini living room with TV & stereo, a bar area, & half-bath with stacked washer & dryer. Upstairs, there's a full bath with shower,full kitchenette with skylights, & a full/queen sized bed along with storage in the bedroom. It's quirky, fun. interesting & a good experience if you are considering tiny house living. This is a trend we are on, so really appreciated the spatial planning & design. A unique experience!
5 on November 18, 2013
Like it says, a whole building for the price of a hotel room. We had room to spread out, our kids stayed with us and had their own space and their own bathroom. Heaven!
5 on June 09, 2012
This was an amazing hotel! Everything a guest could possibly want was included: two TVs, DVD player, plus a very nice assortment of food (including fruit and pastries) waiting for us when we arrived! We enjoyed being right in the middle of Staunton, which meant that we pretty much parked our car in the garage directly across the street and walked to all the attractions in Staunton, and there are lots of them! We particularly enjoyed the way Terry had decorated the hotel with spectacular art. There were even books available for us to borrow. The only thing we regret is not being able to meet our genial innkeeper, but next time hopefully we will have a chance to thank him in person.
4.8 on May 10, 2012
Staying at the Storefront West was like stumbling over a diamond while strolling through a garden. Driving the Blue Ridge Parkway, we stayed at some lovely old inns, but Storefront West--with its architectural detail, creative decorating (including mounted bicycles), spaciousness, great lighting, central downtown location, and amazingly affordable pricing--was a surprising find. We liked the privacy of entering with a pass code and the provided continental breakfast. We also found Staunton to be more interesting than we had expected--lots of historical and architectural significance. We enjoyed a lengthy walk about town the morning we left.
5 on November 19, 2011
I have the opportunity to stay at The Storefront this past week. I can't tell you enough how warm and inviting the property is. Ideally situated in the middle of the historic district in Staunton, I was within one or two blocks of many fantastic restaurants and boutique shops. This property is ideal for business travelers, families, and couples alike. I have never stayed at a place that was as fully stocked with amenities and decorated so nicely (modern with a retro vibe). My check-in and check-out process were seamless and all my colleagues were jealous when they saw just how fabulous of a place I was staying. I will be staying here again when I am in town in 2012. Thanks, Terry!
5 on November 16, 2011
I had the privilege of staying at The Storefront recently and was simply blown away by the B&B and the amenities offered. You walk into a swanky downstairs lounge area, perfect for relaxing with friends, family or yourself. The furnishings are modern but with a retro kitschy vibe. There's a bathroom and laundry facilities downstairs. Everything was clean and immaculate when I arrived. Upstairs, you walk past a bookcase and a bathroom and stumble upon a small (but fully stocked) kitchen. The kitchen is beautifully done and kitted out with everything you need. There's complimentary breakfast foods available and day-time snacks. The bedroom is gorgeous. Overall, I was highly impressed with the facilities and furnishings, the cleanliness and the ease of getting in and out of the building. The Storefront is perfectly situated in the middle of the downtown historic district. I will be staying at The Storefront when I am in town in 2012!
5 on November 02, 2011
I lived in Staunton for five years after Hurricane Katrina and went back to visit friends recently. My wife and I stayed at the Storfront for the first time during the last week in October and it is a jewel! Plenty of space, perfect location, the owner was extremely helpful and friendly, and the rates are wonderful. If you are planning a trip to the Staunton/Shenandoah Valley area and don't stay here, you are making a huge mistake. COmplimentary breakfast at The Cranberry across the street is a great bonus; try and of Lester's coffee's or specials and you will be glad you did. There is no way we are going back without staying here again. Thanks Terry!
5 on November 01, 2011
A marvelous guest accomodation, in that it spoils you with so much space and so many amenities. My eldest daughter stayed with us and slept downstairs in the cozy lounge, which has a comfortable fold down sofa bed complete with linens and it's own half-bath. The bar area is wonderful, we spent the weekend playing bartender to each other and sipping wine. It will be hard to go back to the standard, one-room guest accomodation after this.
5 on October 26, 2011
What a wonderful stay we had at The Storefront. It has all the comfort and cleanliness of a luxury boutique hotel room, but six times more space. Breakfast at Cranberry's was delicious. So many amenities inside, and the extra bathroom was something we weren't expecting. The laundry facilities and the full kitchen came in handy as well. We will return.
4.6 on August 17, 2011
Can't recommend this enough! Privacy, convenience, and nicely furnished. Many good restaurants and places to visit within an easy walking distance. Parking is easy, and cheap, just across the street. Rooms are quiet and private. The owner is friendly, welcoming and helpful. I normally do not like B&Bs but The Storefront is great! Will definitely make this a destination spot!
It sounds impossible--two floors of flat-out fun and luxury for the price of an ordinaty hotel room. Your own private building complete with lounge, WIFI work space, fully-equipped kitchen, two bathrooms and queen-size bed. But there you have it. The Storefront offers standard hotel and superb B&B accommodations along with extended-stay availability, at a location that's convenient to everything in historic downtown Staunton.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
historic place, Airport, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Wine country
Richmond, VA (RIC) 110 miles
Get on I-295 N from S Airport Dr 12 min (5.2 mi) Follow I-295 N and I-64 W to US-250 W in Beverley Manor. Take exit 222 from I-81 N 1 h 37 min (113 mi) Continue on US-250 W. Drive to S New St in Staunton
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Four Civil War Battlefields close by, American Shakespeare Center, Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Washer/dryer , two flat screen TVs, one upstairs and one down, HDTV, small fridge downstairs, designer sofa that pulls out into an extra bed, downstairs bar stocked with soft drinks and snacks, pull out sofa
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Billiards, Canoeing, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Kayaking, Tennis courts
a little Spanish, a little German, English
Terry is a retired journalist. He lives on a farm 15 minutes west of Staunton with his wife, their two dogs Barkeley and Hallie; three cats, Sampson, Delilah and Hazel; and two horses, Penny and Sully.