Smack in the middle of a picturesque hamlet, grand hotel with metropolitan styleThe Stonewall Jackson Hotel, a 124-room beauty built in 1924 and fully renovated to its original grandeur in 2005, stands today as a symbol of the spirit, history, and charm of the Shenandoah Valley.
A stay at Stonewall Jackson, in the positively lovely town of Staunton, Virginia, is a Mid-Atlantic, Appalachia, Americana, Southern experience for travelers who appreciate the romance of provincial spaces mixed with the charge of historic buildings. The wide-open lobby sets the tone—warm, welcoming, and alive with potted palms—of what’s to come. The country-inspired guestrooms and roomy suites house a range of rich fabrics and comfy pillow-top bedding. And of course a wonderful pool to frolic in.
The on-site Sorrels’ Lounge offers casual fare—great for something quick before heading to a show or a walk around town. And just around the corner (everything is just around the corner in Staunton), a small, square building about the size of one of Stonewall’s suites called The Shack serves a nationally recognized menu without an ounce of pretense.
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