The history of the Warm Springs Inn makes it one of the most unique country inns in the nation. The core brick structure of today's inn dates from around 1843 when it served as Bath County's first court house and jail. In 1907, a new court house and county jail were built in nearby Warm Springs in an area known as Germantown. Today at the Warm Springs Inn, guests can still see where prisoners were held in the 19th Century and can dine in the courtroom and judge's chambers. Today, this quaint bed and breakfast offers private quarters as well as private baths in each room, allowing for a completely relaxing trip for individuals, couples and families alike.
Indoor and outdoor activities can be found in all directions, most notably the healing mineral baths within walking distance of the Inn. Also weekend classical music concerts, hiking, golf, tennis, fishing, hunting, biking, canoeing, horseback riding, spelunking, and in the winter downhill and cross-country skiing are all within a short distance of Warm Springs Inn.