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Waynesboro began as a small village sometime about 1750. It was not until 1801 that a town was created, and not until 1833 that the General Assembly granted a charter for the town. It is named after Pennsylvania general, Anthony Wayne. In 1923 it merged with the town of Basic, which was located across the river. On March 2, 1865 Waynesboro was the site of the final battle of the Civil War for Confederate General Jubal Early. He surrendered the Valley to Union General Sheridan. 

Waynesboro offers the closest entry point to both Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway. With easy access three miles east of Waynesboro at Rockfish Gap, Skyline Drive proceeds north and the Blue Ridge Parkway proceeds south. Winding along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, both roadways offer breathtaking panoramic vistas and access to miles of hiking trails through forested hills, hollows and slopes that often encounter pristine waterfalls descending from ancient granite summits. 

A special regulation trout stream offers anglers a chance to match wits with the fish right in town. The Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival is held in April every year. 

P. Buckley Moss Museumin town is a tribute to the life, art and philosophy of one of our nation’s most popular contemporary artists. In addition to retail displays of prints and paintings, the museum follows Ms. Moss’ life and the factors that influenced it. Bi-plane rides from nearby Eagles Nest Airport offer breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley. The well known Andre Viette farm & nursery has plenty for garden lovers to enjoy and purchase. 

Visitors can access over 20 vineyards just over the mountain. Interesting daytrips from our member inns include Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello , James Madison’s Montpelier and James Monroe's Ash Lawn. Hot air balloon rides are always fun at Monticello Ballooning. The Allegheny Highlands are a short drive to the West.

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Belle Hearth B&B
Distance from city center: less than 1 mile
Phone: 540-943-1910
Toll Free: 866-710-2256
Enjoy individualized hospitality in Victorian home with antiques, seven fireplaces and Private baths. AC, Cable TV, Wi-Fi. Natural, historical & commercial attractions nearby. Near I-64, I-81, Blue Ridge Parkway , Skyline Drive and Appalachian Trail.

Waynesboro, Virginia
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Tree Streets Inn
Distance from city center: less than 1 mile
Phone: 540-949-4484
Toll Free: 877-378-0456
Casual elegance, comfort, in-town convenience and good old southern hospitality are abundant in our 1914 Colonial Revival located in the Crossroads of the Shenandoah Valley, where the Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway meet.

Waynesboro, Virginia
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Iris Inn Bed & Breakfast
Distance from city center: 2 mile(s)
Phone: 540-943-1991
Toll Free: 888-585-9018
Relax at our 12-acre forested retreat that stands atop the Blue Ridge Mountains with a stunning view of the Shenandoah Valley. Explore the many nearby attractions--wineries and breweries, hiking trails, the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive, historic sites and much more. Relaxation awaits you!

Waynesboro, Virginia
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Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast
Distance from city center: 11 mile(s)
Phone: 540-456-6844
Toll Free: 800-769-6844
Tour the scenic Blue Ridge or historic Monticello, sample the vintage of Central Virginia's award-winning wineries and craft breweries, or just get away for a weekend of hiking or skiing. Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast offers the ideal location and amenities to make your getaway perfect.

Afton (Waynesboro), Virginia
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