A small, historic, bed and breakfast hotel in the Shenandoah Valley!
Frederick House has rooms and suites in five restored former residences dating from 1809. The 12 Guest Rooms and 11 Suites each have individual comfort controls, remote television, WIFI, telephones, reading and writing areas, comfortable robes, private baths and other amenities. Some of the suites are quite large and can easily accommodate two couples or a large family. There are multiple fireplaces that can be converted to gas or electric logs.For photos of the Guest Rooms, click HERE.
In continuous operation since 1984, Frederick House has been a vital asset to the community. It has a very loyal business with a growing occupancy rate and revenues, which have been steadily increasing the last few years, to well over $400,000.
Frederick House enjoys an excellent reputation. AAA awards it 3 Diamonds, and it has been inspected and approved by the Bed and Breakfast Association of Virginia and by Select Registry.
Staunton is the oldest city in the historic Shenandoah Valley and the award-winning downtown area has been beautifully restored. Frederick House is located across the street from Mary Baldwin College and within walking distance of the home of President Woodrow Wilson, the new Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, the Stuart Hall School For Girls, and the Amtrak Train Station. Staunton’s historic downtown delights visitors with its vibrant arts scene and great restaurants. The amazing architecture and compact downtown provide great walking and exploring opportunities. Enjoy a night of theater at the Blackfriars Playhouse, the only re-creation in the world of Shakespeare’s legendary indoor theatre. Experience the Frontier Culture Museum, a living history museum illustrating the daily lives of Shenandoah Valley’s early settlers. You can walk to Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park where you have almost 300 acres for tennis, golf, fishing and swimming, walking and jogging and, during the warmer months, evening musical concerts.
See firsthand why the National Trust for Historic Preservation honored Staunton for its outstanding revitalization accomplishments. Smithsonian magazine ranked Staunton No. 10 on its list of the 20 Best Towns in America! Travel and Leisure magazine says Staunton has one of America’s greatest main streets! Southern Living declared Staunton as “the perfect place to base any exploration of the valley,”
Staunton is at the intersection of Interstate 81 and Interstate 64, and at the intersection of scenic Routes 11 and 250 in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. It is an easy drive of approximately 100 miles from the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Frederick House is offered for sale in its entirety, turnkey, for $1,495,000. NEW PRICE
Owner will consider financing.
For More Information, Contact Pete Holladay – 540-463-6688
TMG, Inc ~ The Virginia Inn Brokers
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- Guest Rooms: 23
- Private Baths: 23
- Region: VA - Shenandoah Region
- Price: $1,495,000
- Urban or In-Town Inns: Yes
- Coastal B&Bs: No
- Mountain Retreats: No
- Turnkey: Yes
- Location: Historic Staunton in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
- Annual Room Revenue: $400,000
- Yearly Occupancy: 32.09%
- Average Daily Rate (ADR): $145.34
- Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR): $46.14
- Acreage: 0.66
- Square Footage: 12,000
- Special Features: 5 Buildings - Off Street Parking - Walk to shops & Restaurants
- Innkeeper Quarters: Yes
- Sold: Yes