The Highland Inn is an historic Country Inn located in Virginia’s Western Highlands. The Inn is the premier architectural landmark in the town of Monterey, the county seat of Highland County. Built in 1904 the Inn was known its first 75 years as the "Hotel Monterey". The Inn is listed on the "National Register of Historic Places" and is a "Virginia Historic Landmark". A grand three-story structure, the Inn was built in a commercial Queene Anne Style, featuring two levels of architecturally significant Eastlake style porches. The hotel has eighteen guest rooms and suites, each with a private bath. A deluxe continental breakfast is provided for guests. Dining featuring locally sourced food is available in the "Monterey Dining Room" and the more casual "Black Sheep Tavern".