After months of being on lockdown and making other sacrifices, you’re ready for a fantastic getaway. Bath County, in the mountains of Virginia, has been welcoming visitors for more than 250 years. One visit, and you’ll understand why. The mountain views are unspoiled; the air is fresh; the
outdoor recreation is endless; and the hospitality is legendary.
Accommodations include campgrounds, private rental cabins, charming Bed & Breakfast Inns and a grand, historic resort. If you’re in need of a change of scenery, choose a destination where the scenery is spectacular.
Your Table is Ready
Many of Bath County’s great restaurants worked extra hard and showed tremendous creativity during the past few months adapting to delivery and carryout-only models. These businesses wanted to continue feeding the community and serving their loyal customers. Now, as restaurants and bars are being allowed to gradually re-open, beginning with outdoor dining, you can enjoy full-service dining once again. You can choose
casual dining like pizza, salads and sandwiches, as well as
fine dining options, where creative chefs prepare exquisite meals including farm-to-table specialties. Bath County’s craft brewery,
Bacova Beer in Hot Springs, is also open and ready to serve visitors.
Note: The guidelines for social distancing, outdoor dining and dining room usage continue to change. Our restaurants are committed to excellent service while adhering to the guidelines to keep customers and staff safe. We encourage you to contact your favorite restaurant for availability.
Cheers to Local Wine, Cider & Beer
The dining scene in Bath County is exceptionally diverse, and now the local beverage scene is growing. We’re excited to welcome some great new businesses to the county:
Bacova Beerhas been serving great craft beer in Hot Springs for nearly two years. Recently, they have added canning abilities so you can take home a taste of Bath County or order it online.
Troddenvale at Oakley Farm in Warm Springs is dedicated to producing exceptional ciders. Tours and tastings are available by appointment. Be sure to contact them in advance through their website or by
Rock Roadhouse Winery is Bath County’s first winery. Housed in a recycled Civilian Conservation Corps building constructed during the Great Depression and surrounded by mountain views, a visit to
Rock Roadhouse Winery is an unforgettable experience. Tours and tastings are by reservation, which can be arranged
online, or by calling 757-876-4009.
What could be better than a few nights at a charming B&B Inn, resort or rental cabin in beautiful Bath County? How about a stay that includes golf or kayaking?
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