Lodging

Travelers and visitors to Virginia's New River Valley will find diverse lodging throughout the region. Convenient to charming communities and venerated universities, with the New River and Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop, you won't find a more beautiful and accommodating destination in which to lodge.

Board and Breakfasts (B&Bs)

Country inns and bed-and-breakfasts are well placed throughout the New River and Blue Ridge Mountains region. Gracious mansions and rustic woodland lodges are equally popular as inns.

Cabins and Lodges

From the banks of New River to the summits of the Blue Ridge Mountains, cabins and lodges are among the most popular and prolific means of lodging afforded in the New River Valley region.

Camping and Campgrounds

Developed public camping areas are located in state parks, in the Jefferson National Forest, and along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Many private campgrounds are situated throughout the region.

Hotels and Motels

Interstate 81 (I-81) and nearby Interstate 77 ((I-77) transect the region from north-to-south-and east-to-west respectively. Many hotels are located along their routes, along state and U.S. highways, and in the adjacent Roanoke Valley.

Resorts

The valley's mineral springs have been resort destinations for more than 200 years, and the region has never lacked as a resort-living area. From Mountain Lake to the nearby Hot Springs, resorts are plentiful.

Vacation Rentals

Once you've toured the valley, you'll want to likely want to return for an extended holiday, which is why multi-day vacation rentals, including cabins and lodges, are extremely popular.