Damascus Inn Room Description
All twelve of our historic inn hotel rooms have unique and distinct characteristics.
Our second-floor rooms are spacious and complete with shaker style furniture. All six rooms on the second floor are larger than the third-floor rooms and most rooms have combination tub/showers and five have queen-sized sleeper sofas in addition to the queen-sized feather-topped beds. The rooms with a sleeper sofa can sleep four.
Looking for a private balcony with breathtaking views? Two of our second-floor rooms are larger mini-suites with private balconies which overlook the mill waterfall and pond. Call and reserve one today.
Our third-floor rooms come with gorgeous antique mahogany furniture. Two of the rooms include private balconies and teak rocking chairs, white marble bathroom surrounds and Jacuzzi whirlpool tubs with showers.
An interior door between two adjacent rooms can be opened, creating a two bedroom combination unit with either two queen size beds or one queen/one full-size bed.
In season, weekday rates range from $139 to $199, and weekend rates range from $159 to $219. Call for off-season rates.
Special hotel rates are available for golfing and fishing. Enjoy the proximity to the numerous trails that run through Damascus, Virginia including the Appalachian and Virginia Creeper Trails. In addition, special rates apply to “Enjoy the Theater” packages at the Barter Theater, and “Virginia is for Lovers” packages. Experience a historic inn surrounded by beautiful nature and rich history.
Call us at 276-475-3745 or go to our Reservations page to book a room.
Want to visit Damascus?
Why choose the Damascus Inn for your Appalachian or Creeper Trail lodging? Known as “Trail Town, USA,” Damascus is traversed by several trails, including the famous Virginia Creeper Trail, Appalachian Trail, the Crooked Road Musical Heritage, the Trans-America National Bicycle, the Iron Mountain, and the Daniel Boone Heritage Trails. Damascus, Virginia is one of only a few towns where can you walk through the center of town and say you hiked the Appalachian Trail!