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Abingdon Hotel Lodging, Discount Hotel Lodging in Abingdon
We list below websites of a few Hotel Lodging in Abingdon for your information. The list is neither exhaustive nor representative of Hotel Lodging in Abingdon. We wish to present this information of Hotel Lodging in Abingdon websites only for reference purposes. We assume no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons or firms whose names appear on the following list of Hotel Lodging in Abingdon.

Hemlock Haven -
 Photo, description, room rates, information on meals, policies, special features.

Inn on Town Creek Bed & Breakfast -
 Bed and breakfast located on four beautifully wooded acres in the heart of historic Abingdon. Information about accomidation, location, events and contacts.

Love House Bed and Breakfast -
 Fine cuisine, historic inn, close to Barter Theatre, The Creeper Trail, shopping, antiques, arts and crafts shops. Built in 1850 and renovated in 1995. The renovation retained the original hardwood floors, glass-blown windows and oversized doors that give the Inn historical charm.

Maxwell Manor Bed and Breakfast -
 Description, room rates, information on meals, policies, location, attractions and activities.

River Garden Bed & Breakfast -
 In the Blue Ridge Mountains, enjoy the scenic beauty of southwest Virginia. You will find this home a tasteful blend of traditional, period and antique furniture. Nestled in the foothills of the Clinch Mountains on the bank of the north fork of the Holston River.

Summerfield Inn -
A 1920's era home centrally located in Abingdon Virginia's Historic District and within walking distance of Barter Theatre, Virginia Creeper Trail, Martha Washington Inn, antique shops and fine restaurants. The Inn is just three blocks from the head of the Virginia Creeper Trail, a 34-mile Rails-to-Trails footpath used for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding that winds through Virginia's most picturesque scenery.

The Victoria and Albert Inn -
 Built in 1892, in 1894 it was operated as a boarding house. The guest rooms, located on the second and third floors, are bright, spacious and quiet. They are individually decorated with coordinating fabrics and are furnished with vintage and reproduction furniture.

White Birches Inn -
 Early 20th century restored residence with full, silver-service breakfast, covered porch with tranquil waterfall, beautiful informal gardens, gazebo, and ample parking. White Birches features five elegant guest rooms, each with a private in-room bath and working fireplace.