The Huffman property features three historic buildings that comprise our Virginia country inn, an early nineteenth century barn, a farmhouse built circa 1835 with an addition and remodeling in 1906, and an early twentieth century store.
Located along a primary travel route of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries, the complex developed over time and has had many commercial and travel-related uses in addition to its primary purpose as an agricultural complex. Now, this historic bed and breakfast inn provides the perfect setting for farm vacations.
The earliest section of the house rests atop a brick foundation and is insulated with brick. The inn has been meticulously restored by expert craftsmen and builders. Many of the cupboards, closets, and armoires have been built from old wood recovered from both this property and neighboring homes. During the renovation period, the front porch was "updated" to include vernacular Victorian details.
Take a tour of the house and grounds as they stand now.