Allegheny Mountains Lodging and Hospitality

Travel weary? Stop and relax at Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast. Warm hospitality in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains!

We are honored to be stewards of this wonderful homestead, steeped in history and nestled in the heart of Bath County’s rugged Allegheny Mountains.

As you slip away from your daily routine and make the final turn onto the simple gravel road that descends into Hidden Valley Recreation Area, we encourage you to take a deep breath and begin your transition to the relaxed pace and warm hospitality that await. In fact, you will likely have your breath taken away as you emerge from the canopied forest and first set sight on our circa-1840’s plantation homestead. Nestled between the pristine waters of the Jackson River and the rolling contours of the Allegheny Mountains, Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast rises majestically out of the valley floor and sits on 8,000 acres of George Washington National Forest land featuring river, mountain and pastoral landscapes that create a truly inspirational environment for your retreat.

“We’ve never been so well-fed and relaxed in our lives! You have an absolutely fantastic hideaway here at Hidden Valley B&B. Thanks for sharing your home with us!”
-Rita Selman

In 1848, James Woods Warwick constructed Warwickton, the magnificent 6,000 square foot brick mansion that hosts Hidden Valley B&B today. Warwickton graces both the State of Virginia National Registry of Historic Places and originally served as a family plantation with roots in the 1700’s. We continue to honor James Warwick’s legacy and are pleased to call Warwickton our home. Most importantly, we are excited to share all that Hidden Valley B&B offers with you!

In the midst of the renovation, Warwickton was transformed into the set for the movie Sommersby, starring Jodie Foster and Richard Gere. The confluence of valley farmland, panoramic mountain vistas and historic architecture proved to be ideal for Hollywood and produced an acclaimed and much-loved classic.

Now a working “Old McDonald” farm, Hidden Valley B&B attracts visitors from as far as Japan, Germany, Scotland and Sweden (and as near as our own Bath County). Its idyllic setting and warm, cozy atmosphere perfectly suit the needs of those seeking tranquility, history, romance, recreation, adventure, or some combination thereof!

We are glad you are here. Please take some time to explore our plantation home, Summer Kitchen and grounds. When you are ready to plan your trip and get “off-grid” for a few days, give us a call, or click here to reserve online!