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Virginia Odd Hotels, Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


 

Virginia Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay - Haunted Hotels, Historic Hotels, Hikers Hostel and  Yurts

The Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach, Virginia

Haunted Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach
On April 4-9, 1927, a grand ceremonious opening for The Cavalier was held. The grand style of hostelry had returned to Virginia Beach. Ben Bernie Band played for the festivities, and received congratulation telegrams from Sophie Tucker and Al Jolson. Around the same time, the Norfolk & Western Railroad new gasoline powered train named "The Cavalier" took its maiden voyage down its run from Cleveland to Norfolk. Its motto was, "The Cavalier to The Cavalier". More mid-Westerners flocked to Virginia Beach in June when a Norfolk & Western Pullman coach began nonstop travel from Chicago to The Cavalier's private depot. On June 5, 1929, Adolph Coors had mysterious fall that ended his death and he may have never left.  
Complete Story and Photos 

        

Shenandoah Crossing Yurts in Gordonsville, Virginia

Shenandoah Crossing Yurts in Gordonsville, Virginia
Gordonsville/Charlottesville area in central Virginia is known for historic battlefields, picturesque horse farms, old churches and aristocratic homes. Often called the “Cradle of Democracy,” three U.S. presidents lived here within miles of each other. When you’re not exploring history, you can traverse some of the nation’s best hiking trails in nearby Shenandoah National Park. Accommodations include luxury yurts offer stylish furnishings including four-poster beds with plush linens, flat-screen TVs, elegant bathrooms, and fully equipped kitchens, all with central heat and air. Stay in an open-plan yurt with one bed and pullout couch or a 2-bedroom unit, plus pullout couch. You'll also enjoy a large wooden deck with a summer kitchen.  Complete Story and Photos

     

Bears Den Trail Center and Hiker Hostel

Bears Den Trail Center and Hiker Hostel in Bluemont
The Bears Den Trail Center is in Bluemont, VA which is 982 miles from Springer, GA and 1185 miles from Katahdin, ME. It is set to model a European castle. The sixty-six acre retreat boasts two stone turrets, three circuit trails, a campground, and a secluded cottage in the woods. The lodge is 150 yards from the Appalachian Trial. There you stand in the middle of the Roller Coaster section, a 13.5-mile up and down rocky path that offers challenging hiking, scenic overlooks, and bubbling mountain stream crossings. Don't forget to catch the beautiful sunset over Shenandoah Valley at Bears Den Rocks. Bears Den has something to offer for long-distance backpackers and day hikers! Bears Den is no mere hiker shack; it is the premier hostel on the Appalachian Trail. The co-ed hiker hostel is accessible at any time of the day to long-distance backpackers.  Complete Story and Photos

  

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The Historic Natural Bridge Hotel
Visitors have been coming the Natural Bridge in Virginia since the late 1700s and the Natural Bridge Hotel at the Natural Bridge Attractions in Virginia has been offering the very best in Natural Bridge Lodging since that time. A historic place, the Natural Bridge Hotel Virginia first began offering rooms for pay in 1828. This was a time when the Natural Bridge Virginia was at its heyday as a place the rich from around the world visited to explore the countryside and enjoy Virginia Getaways. It was then that guests stayed at the Jefferson Cottage, now a part of the Natural Bridge Hotel. The Natural Bridge Hotel, Virginia is located right at the Natural Bridge Virginia Attraction and close to all of the Natural Bridge Virginia Attractions and activities.    Complete Story and Photos

 











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