Cross House Garden Inn

Victorian B&B in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia “19th Century Charm with 21st Century Comfort” Cross House Garden Inn is aptly named with spectacular gardens including a Koi pond with waterfall. A large patio overlooks the gardens and is ideal for entertaining. Located in the rural Shenandoah Valley of Virginia mid-way between the historic cities of Harrisonburg and Staunton.

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Shenandoah Valley B&B between the Blue Ridge and the Alleghany Mountains!

Operated for many years as a life-style Bed & Breakfast, this lovely property is in a location where business can be greatly increased. Additionally, the large lot allows for expansion!

The entry level has a covered Front Porch, a Foyer, a large Parlor, a Powder Room, a Dining Room, a Sun Room, a grand Kitchen and Great Room, and a Laundry. There is also a first floor Guest Room with a private bathroom opening off the Foyer.

The Innkeeper’s Quarters is in the attached cottage accessed from the Great Room. It consists of a large bedroom, bathroom, and storage area. The entire upstairs of this cottage is given over to storage.

The upper level has three large Guest Rooms, each with a private bathroom. The Guest Rooms are light and airy, have lovely views and are nicely appointed.

Cross House Garden Inn is aptly named with spectacular gardens including a Koi pond with waterfall. A large patio overlooks the gardens and is ideal for entertaining.

Cross House is located in the rural Shenandoah Valley of Virginia mid-way between the historic cities of Harrisonburg and Staunton. Harrisonburg is home to James Madison University and nearby is Eastern Mennonite University and Bridgewater College. Staunton is home to Mary Baldwin University and the Blackfriars Playhouse.

You can revisit history at the Frontier Culture Museum or nearby Civil War battlefields. Outdoor recreation abounds with hiking in the National Forests, canoeing and other water sports on the Shenandoah River and skiing in winter at Massanutten Resort. And, for the book lovers, The Green Valley Book Fair is one-of-a kind with its 25,000 sq.ft. showroom space displaying over 500,000 new books!

Historic Lexington, Virginia is 45 minutes away as is Charlottesville, Virginia – home of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and the University of Virginia. Richmond and Washington, DC are only a two-hour drive.

 

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  • Year Built: 1896 
  • Guest Rooms:
  • Private Baths:
  • Region: VA - Shenandoah Region 
  • Price: $475,000 
  • Urban or In-Town Inns: Yes 
  • Coastal B&Bs: No 
  • Mountain Retreats: Yes 
  • Turnkey: Yes 
  • Location: 1 mile from I-81, EXIT 235 
  • Sale Note: Priced to sell 
  • Annual Room Revenue: $24,000 
  • Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR): $6000 
  • Acerage: .888 
  • Square Footage: 3400 
  • Special Features: Architecture, Gardens, Location 
  • Innkeeper Quarters: Yes 
  • Style: Victorian 
  • Sold: No