About the Inn

About the Inn at Gristmill Square in Warm Springs, VirginiaLocated in the heart of the picturesque village of Warm Springs in Bath County, Virginia, The Inn at Gristmill Square is a boutique inn that offers an escape from the rush and noise of everyday life.  The Inn at Gristmill Square looks like a small 19th century colonial village, with lovingly-restored historic buildings and an elegant restaurant and pub housed in a converted mill. Welcome elements of the modern world intrude gently – each room has a private bath, satellite TV, private phone line, mini-fridge, and complimentary Wi-fi.

Hidden quietly in the serene Allegheny Mountains of Virginia, Bath County is a seclusion lover’s paradise. With 89% of its landscape still covered in mountain forest, Bath is a place where you can unwind, reconnect with nature, with family, with yourself, and take a gentle journey on the back roads of the mountains and the back roads of time. The George Washington National Forest covers more than 170,000 acres in Bath County, offering outdoor recreation galore.

Bath County is named for the crystal clear mineral waters of the natural warm springs, and travelers have come to Bath to soak in the springs for more than 200 years. This is the perfect place to sit on a porch on a lazy afternoon, soak away your cares in a natural spring, or climb a hill to watch the sun set. It’s also a great place for active relaxation, like hiking, golfing, boating and mountain biking.

High culture meets the mountains in Bath. Here you can enjoy an evening listening to fine music by the resident chamber quartet, or explore art, antique and craft galleries. Plan your visit to The Inn at Gristmill Square in Bath County, a favorite Virginia inn, for relaxation with your friends and family.
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Accommodations

Rooms at Inn at Gristmill Square

A unique blend of rustic elegance and country charm that is only found at The Inn at Gristmill Square.  Our 18 rooms and suites are each distinctive in size and décor offering both traditional and modern amenities.  Nine rooms are located in the main square which is made up of the Hardware Store and Blacksmith Shop.  The Steele House houses four more rooms and the Miller House completes the Inn with the remaining four rooms.

Food and Drink

Dining at Inn at Gristmill Square

Appreciating that dining is an essential ingredient in the travel experience, the Waterwheel Restaurant promises to exceed your expectations with its use of the finest local ingredients, friendly service, and just the right amount of charm to leave you feeling like you’ve just enjoyed one of the best meals of your life.

Inn at Gristmill Square in Warm Springs, Virginia
The Inn at Gristmill Square
P.O. Box 359 / 118 Old Germantown Road
Warm Springs, Virginia 24484
540-839-2231

Inn at Gristmill square in Warm Springs, VA

The Inn at Gristmill Square is a boutique inn located in the little town of Warm Springs Virginia.  The main road in town bisects the property creating a unique village-like feel.  Located deep within the ancient mountains of the George Washington National Forest in the Allegheny Highlands, lush forests, quiet back roads, and ancient mineral springs create the perfect places to relax and rejuvenate.  Step back in time and enjoy dinner at the award-winning Waterwheel Restaurant located in our renovated mill that sits along the Warm Springs run.                               

Upon obtaining the inn and restaurant, owners John and Kate Loeffler committed to pouring their hearts and souls into creating an inn and restaurant that is a premier destination for food and travel lovers. They strive to provide every guest with a unique experience filled with unsurpassed hospitality, comfortable surroundings, and gourmet food hand-crafted with love featuring regional ingredients all while preserving the historical feel of our boutique inn and restaurant.  Dating back to the late 1800s, the buildings that make-up the inn and restaurant are steeped in a rich history while simultaneously offering the modern conveniences travelers have come to expect.