First-floor room accessible from the entryway, perfect for those with limited mobility.
Our inn is recognized as a Virginia Guest Favorite B&B by BnBFinder and among the 20 best hotel breakfasts in America by The Daily Meal (not included in airbnb rate, $16 per person).
Stonewall Jackson Inn, a restored mansion (circa 1885) with the feel of a Civil War-era home, is certified Virginia Green and a smoke-free property. This listing is for our Joshua Chamberlain Room on the first floor with a queen bed. It has a desk, gas fireplace, and ensuite bathroom with shower.
In addition to the guest room, enjoy the grand parlor with impressive beamed ceilings - an ideal spot to meet with friends, read a book, or savor the afternoon light. Dining areas include our large, outdoor raised deck as well as the indoor skylight breakfast room (our "Paradise Cafe"). Free wireless internet is provided.
One of our 24/7, on location innkeepers will be available to assist you.
As we are a licensed and inspected business, by law we are obligated to collect taxes and fees which we are not able to collect through Airbnb. The sales, occupancy and meal taxes total 13% which will be collected at check in.
Our signature "Breakfast to Remember" is not included in the Airbnb rate and is $16 per person. Using the finest Virginia staples like Turner Ham and locally produced sausages and apples, our innkeeper chefs will cater to any appetite.
With prior approval you may add a pet to your stay for an additional $35 per night.
เจ้าของที่พักรายนี้มี 10 ความคิดเห็นสำหรับที่พักอื่นดูรีวิวอื่น
I am the Owner and Innkeeper of The Stonewall Jackson Inn ~ Bed & Breakfast in Historic Harrisonburg. I am also on the faculty of James Madison University as Professor Emeritus of Psychology. I have a specialty in Clinical Psychology, with unique side interests in the "magical sciences," Shamanism, other historical healing practices. My passions include traveling, cooking, the arts, making friends, healthy living and promoting international cooperation, and conservation and the sustainability of our world's resources. Being an avid traveler, I have visited many countries and most continents. I especially enjoy adventure travel, visiting third world countries as well as the classically cultural historical cities and countries. From 1992-97 I was a special Project Psychological Consultant to the Peruvian Government. The project was to establish badly needed mental health clinics in the aboriginal reservation head waters section of the Amazon Rain Forest Jungle. Born in rural Ohio in an Amish/Mennonite community, I have lived in Maryland, California, Minnesota, and Tokyo, Japan. I also served in the Counter Intelligence Corps during the Korean War and on the Virginia Board of Medicine from 1980-90.