Inn at Gristmill Square

Experience  a unique blend of rustic elegance and country charm that is only found  at The Inn at Gristmill Square. Offering both traditional and modern  amenities, attentive service, and dining that will be the highlight of  your visit to our area, our boutique inn in the heart of the village of  Warm Springs in Bath County Virginia features a prime location deep  within the ancient mountains of the George Washington National Forest in  the Allegheny Highlands. Lush forests and quiet back roads create the  perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.

There  has been a mill in continuous operation on this site on Warm Springs  Run since 1771. The present mill building was erected in 1900 and  operated as a gristmill until 1971, when the building was converted into  the Waterwheel Restaurant.

The Inn was created in 1972,  utilizing five original 19th century buildings. Gristmill Square is like  a small 19th century mountain village, with lovingly-restored historic  buildings, fresh-baked muffins every morning, and an elegant restaurant  housed in the converted mill.

Welcome elements of the modern  world intrude gently – each room has a private bath, cable TV and  private phone line, and a day spa and gift shops are on the grounds. The  seventeen rooms and suites are individually furnished in traditional  décor with the feel of a country home. Many have their own fireplaces.