Summerfield Inn Bed & Breakfast

Summerfield Inn  -  Abingdon, Historic District
Summerfield Inn  -  Wrap-around Front Porch
Summerfield Inn  -  Foyer
Summerfield Inn  -  Living Room
Summerfield Inn  -  Sunroom
Summerfield Inn  -  Azalea Guestroom
Summerfield Inn  -  Redbud Guestroom - Whirlpool
Summerfield Inn  -  Dogwood Guestroom - Whirlpool
Summerfield Inn  -  Rose Guestroom - Ground Level, 2-person Whirlpool, walk-in shower
Summerfield Inn - Abingdon, Historic District
Address
101 Valley Street NW
Abingdon, VA 24210
Region Blue Ridge Highlands
Locality Washington
Phone: (800) 668-5905
Local: (276) 628-5905
Email visit@summerfieldinn.com
Website www.summerfieldinn.com

Abingdon’s premier B&B lodging, featured in Southern Living. A 1920’s Colonial Revival home, centered in the Historic District. Seven spacious guestrooms individually decorated with antiques, modern in-room baths, whirlpools, robes and numerous amenities. Three guestrooms are ground level. Relax in large parlors or the old-fashioned wrap-around porch with swing and rockers. Enjoy a relaxing walk along tree-lined streets throughout the historic district. We are only two blocks from the world-famous Barter Theatre and Martha Washington Inn and a few blocks from the head of the Virginia Creeper Trail, a 34-mile Rails-to-Trails footpath, birding and bicycle trail. Afternoon refreshments. Full Gourmet Breakfast. 7-Guestrooms. Wireless high-speed Internet. BBAV Inspected and Approved. Packages available. Corporate Rates.


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Amenities:
  • High Speed Internet
  • Microwave

Last Updated: 10/6/2014 2:25 PM
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