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Virginians are justly proud of their history and have worked hard to preserve its tangible reminders. The state's rich heritage is reflected in its vernacular and high-style architecture—some of the best in the United States—as well as in its many archaeological sites, battlefields, and historic districts.

The Department of Historic Resources (DHR) administers two programs designed to recognize our resources and to encourage their continued preservation: the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places.

 
This house, which typifies a vernacular architectural style common to Virginia, is located in the Afton-Greenwood Rural Historic District, in Nelson and Albemarle Cos.

The National Register, established in 1966 and managed by the National Park Service, is the official list of structures, sites, objects, and districts that embody the historical and cultural foundations of the nation. The National Register of Historic Places already includes more than 2,000 properties in Virginia. For more information on the national register, a weekly list of registered properties, educational programs, and publications, visit the website of the National Register of Historic Places.

The Virginia Landmarks Register, also established in 1966 and managed by the Department of Historic Resources, is the state’s official list of properties important to Virginia’s history. The same criteria are used to evaluate resources for inclusion in the state register as are used for the National Register.

The list of Virginia properties on the state and national registers is available online. The list now includes state themes for listing. For further information about thematic nominations and Multiple Property Documentation, go to the National Park Service


Magnolia Manor

Phone: 757-220-9600
Toll Free: 800-462-6667
Magnolia Manor is a large, three story Georgian Revival house built in 1941. While renovated to suite the needs of modern guests, the history within is lovingly preserved.

Williamsburg, Virginia
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Prospect Hill Plantation Inn

Phone: 540-967-0844

No new homes allowed! Prospect Hill is located in the 14,000 acre "Green Springs National Historic Landmark District", noted for its concentration of hundreds of fine rural manor houses (many on the National Register of Historic Places) and related buildings, in an intact agricultural landscape.

Louisa, Virginia
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Daughter of the Stars Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 855-778-3687
Toll Free: 855-778-3687
Located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, Daughter of the Stars Bed and Breakfast is a 1900's country home that has been carefully remodeled with modern amenities while retaining its natural beauty and charm. Discover why "Shenandoah" is the American Indian translation of Daughter of the Stars!

Stanley, Virginia
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Bud's Inn at the Chester Plantation

Phone: 804-991-3737

Chester Plantation remained in the Simmons family until the late 1940s when Remmie Arnold, owner of the Arnold Pen Factory in Historic Petersburg, purchased it. In 1963 B.B. Baugus purchased the land containing 711 acres and established Prince George Country Club Estates.

Disputauta, Virginia
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Inn at the Crossroads

Phone: 434-979-6452

The Inn at the Crossroads has been welcoming travelers since 1820. Step back in time when you stay at this National Historic Register bed and breakfast. The Inn is also a Virginia Historic Landmark.

North Garden, Virginia
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Rockwood Manor

Phone: 540-674-1328

A National Registery Home of unusual architectural excellence. Rockwood Manor was built by the Architect Robert Burkholder and Contractor Pettijohn from Lynchburg. Outstanding details include wrought iron work, walnut and ash floors with pattern designs. 12 ft ceiling and a central hall with stairs

Dublin, Virginia
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High Meadows Vineyard Inn

Phone: 434-286-2218

High Meadows is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is actually 2 homes joined as one. There is a Federalist house, built in 1832, and the Italianate Victorian farmhouse built in 1882.

Charlottesville, Virginia
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Cedar Spring Inn

Phone: 434-964-1462

Cedar Spring Inn is located midway between Jefferson's Monticello/Monroe's Ash-Lawn Highland in Charlottesville and Madison's Montpelier in Orange. Also near, the Rotunda and Academical Village designed by Jefferson at the University of Virginia, Michie Tavern, Historic Downtown Charlottesville.

Advance Mills, Virginia
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Summerfield Inn

Phone: 276-628-5905
Toll Free: 800-668-5905
Summerfield Inn, a spacious and elegant 1920's era home centrally located in Abingdon's historic district. Our inn offers guests the ambiance of a private home setting with luxurious comfort and southern hospitality.

Abingdon, Virginia
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Cross House Garden Inn

Phone: 540-234-8065
Toll Free: 1-855-223-2283

Weyers Cave, Virginia
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Inn at Tabbs Creek

Phone: 804-725-5136

There are many historic homes in Mathews, some dating back to the late 1600's and early 1700's, and most are visible by water. One of the most famous is "Poplar Grove", birthplace and home of Sally Tompkins, the first female Captain in the Civil War, and then later owned by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

Port Haywood, Virginia
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Grey Swan Inn

Phone: 434-292-3199
Toll Free: 800-509-3567
Blackstone is on the National Registry of Historic Places - it includes over 100 homes and businesses! The Grey Swan Bed and Breakfast is one of the home listed on this registry. Drop by for a walking or driving tour!

Blackstone, Virginia
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Longwood B & B: The University Inn

Phone: 434-395-2617

The Bed & Breakfast was originally built in 1880 and served as a private residence to the Presidents of Longwood University until 1969.

Farmville, Virginia
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Newport House B&B

Phone: 757-229-1775
Toll Free: 877-565-1775
Newport House - Williamsburg's most historically authentic B&B - was built to museum standards from the 1756 design by colonial architect Peter Harrison, and is furnished completely in period pieces.

Williamsburg, Virginia
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Foxfield Inn

Phone: 434-923-8892
Toll Free: 866-369-3536
Within a short drive of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, and Montpelier, the home of James Madison.

Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Oaks Victorian Inn

Phone: 540-381-1500

The entire history of the house is steeped in romance. Major W.L. Pierce built the inn in 1889 as a wedding gift for Julia Baird. Seven Pierce offspring were born at The Oaks. Julia, who devoted her entire life to the keeping of her wedding gift enjoyed the house until her death at the age of 99.

Christiansburg, Virginia
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North River

Phone: 804-693-1616

We are in the heart of Colonial Tidewater Virginia; a short drive to the great plantations on Route 5 between Williamsburg and Richmond.Gloucester is the location of Rosewell, a magnificent ruin of one of the great colonial homes. Our home, Toddsbury, dates from the 17th Century.

Gloucester, Virginia
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Holladay House

Phone: 540-672-4893

The Holladay House B&B is an 1830 Federal-style brick structure laid in Flemish bond. Through the Civil War, President James Madison's descendents were owners. Notables such as JEB Stuart visited. The Holladays, a prestigious family, added to the house in 1910. Original woodwork, mantles & hardware.

Orange, Virginia
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B & B at Mountain Valley Farm

Phone: 434-985-8874

As we know, Charlottesville, Virginia is where our nations history began. Our farm is located right smack dab in the middle of it all. We have 3 historic homes located within one half hour ride from the farm, Monticello, Ash Lawn and Montepelier.

Stanardsville, Virginia
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North River

Phone: 804-693-1616

Our property dates from the mid seventeenth century. It has been continually occupied and farmed since the 1650's. We are a Virginia Century Farm as well as a Virginia Landmark and a National Register property. The property is protected by an easement held by the VA Department of Historic Resources.

Gloucester, Virginia
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Mayhurst Inn

Phone: 540-672-5597
Toll Free: 888-672-5597
Mayhurst is a 9200 Sq Ft 1859 Manor House that is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. Follow in the footsteps of Generals Robert E. Lee, A. P. Hill and "Stonewall" Jackson who visited and enjoyed the Southern Hospitality Mayhurst is famous for.

Orange, Virginia
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Ivycrest Inn

Phone: (540) 382-0964

We invite you to stay at in a beautifully maintained Victorian home built in the early 1900's. This beautiful home has been revived into a wonderful blend of old elegance with modern comfort. It is surrounded by lawn and gardens, and the home is furnished in Country French and Victorian decor.

Christiansburg, Virginia
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Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 434-846-1388
Toll Free: 800-937-3582
Built in 1878 by Richard Thomas Watts this home is in the historic neighborhood of Daniels Hill. The house is rich with architectural details and has the four original bathtubs that were installed in the late 1800âs. Experience the past as if it were yesterday with a stay at The Carriage House I

Lynchburg, Virginia
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Magnolia House Inn

Phone: 757-722-2888

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register, the Magnolia House in Hampton is a perfect example of the late Queen Anne Victorian architecture. The house is steeped with original craftmanship and architectural interests not seen in homes today.

Hampton, Virginia
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Doctor's Inn

Phone: 276-238-9998

The Dr. Virgil and Gladys Cox House was built around 1913 and still maintains many of its original features. Historic wallpaper decorates the entry hall and dining room. The boxwood garden displays are circa 1920âs sundial and the brick wall surrounding is circa 1940âs.

Galax, Virginia
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Wyndie Crest Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 757-304-9051

Built in 1919, this B&B has been restored to its former state of grandeur with an appreciation for historical accuracy. This former estate of James L. Camp Jr., once Camp lumber tycoons of the 1800's and one of the founding members of Union Camp/International Paper, retains its charm and beauty.

Franklin, Virginia
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Barclay Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 757-422-1956

Barclay Cottage was built in 1895 and is one of only 2 Victorian cottages still extant in the Oceanfront area. It began accepting guests in 1917 and was a school for 50 years. Virginia Beach has many more historic homes - some dating to the mid 17th and early 18th centuries and open for touring.

Virginia Beach, Virginia
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Caledonia Farm-1812

Phone: 540-675-3693
Toll Free: 800-BNB-1812
Celebrate 200 year history of Caledonia Farm-1812

Flint Hill, Virginia
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Back Inn Time

Phone: 804-435-2318

Back INN Time, an early 1908 Southern Manor, is set back from Irvington Road. The manor has warm (and original) wood flooring, nine foot ceilings and oversized windows which allow abundant natural light to pour in throughout the home.

Kilmarnock, Virginia
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