"Traveler's Rest" The Carriage House 

~ sleeps up to 4 people ~

 

Stay Friday & Saturday nights --

Sunday night is FREE!

 

Special weekday rates also!

 

 

Recognized in 2004 for Historic Staunton's Award for Renovation of this Historic Carriage House

 

 

Enjoy sipping a drink on the front porch.

 

 The lower shade garden (which is just below The Carriage House) is a great place to read a book.

 

There's also a covered swing!

 

 

 

 

A comfortable and charming two-story carriage house featuring:

Off-street parking

Several gardens to enjoy 

 King-size bed + sleeper sofa

 Modern shower bath with original brick wall and unique garden-view door

Thick down featherbed (can be removed if you are allergic to down)

Alternative-to-down pillows

Indoor and outdoor dining areas

A microwave,  small refrigerator, coffee maker, & toaster

TWO TVs -- one upstairs in the bedroom and one in the living room on the first floor

Free-standing electric fireplace

Separate heat pump furnishes central heat and central air conditioning

Snacks and breakfast are included (and breakfast will include such items as yogurt, fruit, baked goodies, coffee, and tea to enjoy in the privacy of your accommodation)

Driving Directions

Pictured above is the Living Room in The Carriage House (including a full-size sleeper sofa & upholstered chair as well as a glass-topped dining table and two dining chairs).  The food preparation area includes a small refrigerator, a microwave, and various small appliances.  There is also a TV on this level, as well as one upstairs in the bedroom.

There are very high ceilings, exposed beams, and a hand-made staircase leading to the second floor.

 

There is a full-sized sleeper sofa in the living room.

 

Going up the stairs:

 

Looking down the stairs into the Living / Dining Area:

 

The upstairs bedroom has a free-standing fireplace plus a second TV (there is also a TV in the living room).   There is cable TV and wireless Internet.   The bed is a king-sized bed.  See bedroom photos below:

 

Looking from the sleeping area toward the sitting area -- in the bedroom on the second floor:

 

Enjoy the fireplace in the upstairs bedroom:

 

From the second floor bedroom, you can also enjoy reading a book or just relaxing in front of the fireplace (looking out the windows which overlook the gardens).

 

The original brick wall in the bathroom:

 

Sleeps 1 - 4 People

Pet-friendly (with restrictions):  Well-behaved pets are welcome to come with you and your pet can even stay with you or in their own special kennel area (measuring 6' x 4'), which is attached to the suite -- or many guests bring their own crate to leave their pets when they are out and about.  We are happy to have your pet stay with you in the C.H. as long as you don't leave him unattended.  Please discuss with Innkeeper when making your reservations to learn full details.

 

RATE:

$175.00 + tax/double occupancy (Fri. & Sat.) -- (includes snacks plus a delicious  breakfast of such items as yogurt, fruit, baked goodies, coffee, and tea  all left for you to enjoy in the privacy of the carriage house)

$155/night + tax/double occupancy -- Week day SPECIAL (also includes breakfast)

Extra 3rd or 4th person:  $25.00/night + tax each

SPECIAL:  Stay 2 nights -- 3rd night is FREE!

SPECIAL:  Stay for a week -- 2 nights are FREE!

 

PET RATE & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Pets:  $20.00/dog; if more than one dog, add $5.00 for second dog. (We provide a separate kennel area or you can bring your own pet crate.  Pets must be up-to-date on flea and tick preventative and never left alone unless in your crate or in our kennel.)  Due to the space available, one or two dogs are allowed but only when there are two people.   if more than two people, we do not allow pets in this accommodation.  We have another accommodation "The Craftsman" which is better suited if there are more people (as well as dogs).

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Phone Number:  (540) 885-6556

E-mail address:  [email protected]

 

Legend tells us that General Robert E. Lee boarded his horse in this carriage house -- most likely when his daughters were attending a private school across the street, Stuart Hall.  It still has the very high ceilings, some original exposed brick wall, the old beams -- but everything else has been totally renovated and restored.