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Hot Springs Rustic and Resort

Created by: Tom

Pack in your own food for day 1 at Douthat State Park, but be prepared to eat well as you travel to the Homestead for Day 2.

Day 1

  • Douthat State Park

    Douthat State Park
    Address:
    Douthat State Park, 14239 Douthat State Park Road, Millboro, VA, 24460

    Phone:
    (540) 862-8100
    Website:
    www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/dou.shtml

    A traditional family park for more than 70 years, Douthat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because its design influenced the development of parks nationwide. Amid some of Virginia’s most breathtaking mountain scenery, visitors enjoy miles of stream fishing, a 50-acre lake stocked with trout, a sandy swimming beach with snack bar, boat and bicycle rentals, a gift shop and camp store, and cabins. Plus, guest enjoy more than 40 miles of hiking and mountain-biking trails, an amphitheater, playgrounds, picnic areas, tent and trailer camping, a restaurant overlooking the lake, and nature and history programs. The park also features two completely furnished lodges that accommodate 15 and 18 guests each. It’s just 5 miles outside Clifton Forge. Exit 27 off Interstate 64 to State Route 629, then 7 miles north.

  • Douthat State Park Cabins

    Douthat State Park Cabins
    Address:
    Douthat State Park, 14239 Douthat State Park Road, Millboro, VA, 24460

    Phone:
    (540) 862-8100
    Website:
    www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/dou.shtml

    Douthat State Park, one of Virginia's most beautiful parks, straddles Bath and Alleghany counties. The park is on the National Register of Historic Places. Douthat is one of the original six Virginia State Parks that opened on June 15, 1936. It's nestled in the Allegheny Mountains and features some of Virginia's most outstanding scenery. A 50-acre lake there offers swimming, boating and seasonal trout fishing.


    Douthat has 18 one-bedroom cabins, 13 two-bedroom cabins, one three-bedroom cabin, one five-bedroom lodge and two six-bedroom lodges. From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, cabins are rented by the week. Otherwise, a two-night minimum stay is required. Maximum occupancy varies so please call the park for details.

Day 2

  • Douthat State Park

    Douthat State Park
    Address:
    Douthat State Park, 14239 Douthat State Park Road, Millboro, VA, 24460

    Phone:
    (540) 862-8100
    Website:
    www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/dou.shtml

    A traditional family park for more than 70 years, Douthat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places because its design influenced the development of parks nationwide. Amid some of Virginia’s most breathtaking mountain scenery, visitors enjoy miles of stream fishing, a 50-acre lake stocked with trout, a sandy swimming beach with snack bar, boat and bicycle rentals, a gift shop and camp store, and cabins. Plus, guest enjoy more than 40 miles of hiking and mountain-biking trails, an amphitheater, playgrounds, picnic areas, tent and trailer camping, a restaurant overlooking the lake, and nature and history programs. The park also features two completely furnished lodges that accommodate 15 and 18 guests each. It’s just 5 miles outside Clifton Forge. Exit 27 off Interstate 64 to State Route 629, then 7 miles north.

  • The Omni Homestead Dining - Rubino's at the Cascades

    The Omni Homestead Dining  - Rubino's at the Cascades
    Address:
    7696 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, VA, 24445

    Phone:
    (800) 838-1766
    Website:
    www.thehomestead.com

    Four miles south of The Omni Homestead, Rubino's at the Cascades Golf Course offers a casual lunch dining atmosphere for players just finishing a round of golf, hikers at the end of a spectacular Gorge Hike, or those just seeking respite surrounded by beautiful views of American finest mountain golf course. The menu includes selections of hot and cold sandwiches, refreshing salads and tempting desserts. Built in the late 1890's the clubhouse and restaurant was originally the residence of New York stock trader, Jake Rubino. Open daily for lunch for hotel guests and the public. Please call for reservations. Open Tuesday through Sunday and available for private evening parties.  Please call for more information.

  • Cascades Golf Course at The Omni Homestead

    Cascades Golf Course at The Omni Homestead
    Address:
    7696 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, VA, 24445

    Phone:
    (540) 839-1766
    Website:
    www.thehomestead.com

    With its recent restoration to the original 1923 William S. Flynn design, this nationally ranked course touts a nearly incomparable tradition of championship golf, and is the jewel of The Omni Homestead courses. 18 holes, par 70, resort. Walk the fairways of the Cascades Course where golfing legend Sam Snead began his illustrious career, or simply enjoy what most consider the finest mountain golf in the country - you are certain to find a commitment and a dedication to preserving the fine tradition of golf. Pro: Mark Fry.

  • Warm Springs Gallery

    Warm Springs Gallery
    Address:
    12 Katydid Trail, Warm Springs, VA, 24484

    Phone:
    (540) 839-2985

    The Warm Springs Gallery, established 1995, and its sister gallery in Charlottesville are fine art galleries dedicated to the promotion of national and international artists, providing quality and original art to art collectors and art enthusiastis alike. The galleries exhibit a diverse roster of established and emerging artists, representing more than twenty painters, whose styles span the spectrum from realism to abstraction, through landscape and still lifes, specializing in Virginia landscape paintings. The galleries also exhibit fine craafts, integrating exquisite sculptural objects in glass, wood, clay, fiber and bronze, alongside two dimensional works. Seasonal Hours. Please call.

  • The Gallery at Seven Oaks

    The Gallery at Seven Oaks
    Address:
    12178 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, VA, 24484

    Phone:
    (540) 839-3054
    Website:
    www.thegalleryatsevenoaks.com

    The mission of The Gallery at Seven Oaks in Warm Springs, VA is to serve as the source for the beautiful work of selected artisans with a special focus on the mountains from the Alleghenies to the Himalayas. The Gallery offers one-of-a-kind items representing the best in elegant rustic furntiture, pottery, sculpture, paintings, jewelry and decorative pieces. A centerpiece of the collection are the Gangchen Tibetan Rugs created of the softest hand-spun Himalayan sheep wool, available in an array of sizes and colors. Available by appointment. With a group? Plan a special shopping trip to our gallery and browse in a leisurely atmosphere. A fun destination for a special evening too. Call to schedule special hours. Normal hours Friday, Saturday, Sund 11:00 - 5:00. Closed January-March.

  • Garth Newel Music Center

    Garth Newel Music Center
    Address:
    Garth Newel Music Center, Rte 1, Box 565, Hot Springs, VA, 24445

    Phone:
    (877) 558-1689
    Website:
    www.garthnewel.org

    There is no better place to hear live music than Garth Newel Music Center. Our picturesque concert hall with superb acoustics allow us to perform chamber music as it was intended – in an intimate and informal setting for small friendly audiences. Where else can you enjoy a gourmet, five-course meal with musicians who just performed for you? Sip a glass of wine during a concert? Stroll to your room in an historic manor house after an enchanting evening? Garth Newel is located in scenic Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia, an an exciting escape from the rush of every day life. With over 50 concerts each year, we are one of the most active chamber music organizations in the country. Call or visit our website to learn more about our summer festival and weekend holiday packages.

  • Sam Snead's Tavern

    Sam Snead's Tavern
    Address:
    2849 Main Street, Hot Springs, VA, 24445

    Phone:
    (540) 839-7666

    Sam Snead's Tavern is an inviting retreat for those seeking a true taste of local color. Located across the street from the Homestead resort (and a part of the hotel) the restaurant is located in a 19th century building that was formerly the Bath County National Bank. Sam Snead's is a perfect choice for a casual dinner accompanied by fine wines and beer. The menu features the finest certified Angue Beef grilled to order as well as speciality items like fresh Virginia Allegheny Mountain Trout. Memorabilia tracing Sam Snead's legendary golfing career makes the experience all the more enjoyable and unique. Open daily for dinner, casual attire.Open to hotel guests and the public. Reservations recommended.

  • The Omni Homestead Resort

    The Omni Homestead Resort
    Address:
    7696 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, VA, 24445

    Phone:
    (540) 839-1766
    Website:
    www.thehomestead.com

    The Omni Homestead Resort...the birthplace of Southern hospitality.


    The Omni Homestead is a luxury resort and spa surrounded by the four-season splendor of the Allegheny Mountains. This National Historic Landmark welcomed its first guests a decade before the American Revolution, and Presidents and princes are among the guests who have "taken the waters" in the resort's legendary healing springs.


    Today, The Omni Homestead continues to offer gracious service, elegant accommodations and distinctive Southern charm. The resort offers 483 guest rooms, including 88 spacious suites along with a variety of casual and fine dining restaurants.


    A vacation at The Omni Homestead is distinguished by historic ambience, rich traditions, and a seemingly endless array of indoor and outdoor activities including two championship golf courses, tennis, shooting club, horseback riding, hiking, fly fishing, archery, falconry, mountain biking, Jefferson Pools and carriage rides. In Spring 2013, The Spa at The Omni Homestead was renovated, now including the Aqua Thermal Suites and an exclusive adults-only spa garden.  Winter activities include skiing, tubing, ice skating, snowboarding and snowmobile tours. Allegheny Springs, a two-acre, family-friendly water area features two 100-ft water slides, 400-ft lazy river, family pool, whirlpool and water play zone. The Mini Cascades, a miniature golf course, opened in Spring 2013.

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