American History You Can Really Sink Your Teeth Into!
Located on the site of an 1862 American Civil War battleground, the General Lewis Inn and Restaurant in Lewisburg, West Virginia is a history lesson in elegance, comfort, and fine dining! Check in at the hand-built walnut and pine front desk - once used by Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry - before finding yourself immersed in period furnishings, antiques, and 100-year-old four-poster beds in one of the Inn’s 25 uniquely-appointed guest rooms. Then, head down to Memory Hall for an astounding collection of period musical instruments, tools, and pottery, or tour the grounds, and relax by the 19th-century “dollhouse” and fish pond. Last, but certainly not least, enjoy a fantastic wine list, some fresh West Virginia Rainbow Trout, or a delicious Champagne brunch in the Inn’s dining room - a General Lewis staple!
- All Year
- 25 units
- Alarm Clock
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Wildlife & Nature
Plan your next group event at General Lewis Inn and Restaurant.
For more information please call +1 (800) 628 - 4454 or Send Inquiry.
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- Virginia Tech Montgomery Executive Airport (BCB) / 41 miles
- Roanoke Regional Woodrum Field (ROA) / 41.6 miles
- Raleigh County Memorial Airport (BKW) / 37.2 miles
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