About Our Bed and Breakfast near the Blue Ridge Parkway
Our parlor and library offer the perfect settings for relaxing conversation with friends old and new. The large wrap-around porch lined with rockers, comfy chairs and little tables for your wine, cheese and other goodies, draws you outside to relax and enjoy the perennial gardens and 300+ year-old oak trees.
Our air-conditioned inn is open year round. Our lodging accommodations feature six guestrooms, which present a perfect blend of antique furnishings and modern amenities to provide a welcoming environment for your stay.
Meticulous landscaping, lovely gardens, a fishpond, and a large brick terrace offer a serene hideaway where guests can sit, relax, and visit or read a book. The Garden Cottage and gazebo complete the picturesque scene.
- 2 miles off I-81 exit 114 or 118.
- 35 miles south of Roanoke Airport.
- 10 minutes from Virginia Tech and Radford University.
- 25 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway.
- 33 miles north of I-77 and I-81 Interchange.
- Approximately 30 minutes from several Virginia wineries.
The entire history of the house is steeped in romance. The inn was built in the late 1800s by Major W.L. Pierce for his bride, Julia. Seven Pierce offspring were born here. Julia, who devoted her entire life to the keeping of her wedding gift, enjoyed the house until her death at the age of 99.
Featured in more than two-dozen magazine articles and the TV series “Inn Country USA”, The Oaks Victorian Inn was selected for the cover of three books, including the travel guide to inns, published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.