May 27, 2024

Where To Stay

Anchorage House Bed & Breakfast

With a name that nods to the naval service of its historical owner, Commodore William Conway Whittle, The Anchorage House is a place where you can come to shore. Boaters, brides, tourists, and townspeople, can all enjoy this newly renovated historical venue. Located on Main Street Buchanan puts us in walking distance to antique stores, restaurants, a theater and other local establishments. More info

Location
19391 Main Street, Buchanan, Virginia 24066
Phone: (540) 425-5239

Hours
Always Open


Wattstull Inn

Enjoy amazing mountain views from your room at Wattstull Inn. They also offer kayak rentals and float and stay packages. More info 

 

Location
130 Arcadia Rd., Buchanan, Virginia
Phone: 1-540-254-1551
Fax: 1-540-254-9880
Email: WattstullInn@gmail.com

After hours emergencies call:
1-540-520-8544 or 1-540-521-7953

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 12:00 am


The James River House

Located on Main Street, the James River House puts you within walking distance to the river, antique stores and dining. The James River House is run by Twin River Outfitters. More info

 

Location
19837 Main Street Buchanan, VA. 24066
Phone: (540) 261-7334

 


The Railcar Inn 
Railcar Inn boasts, “A vintage 1934 Hiawatha Dining Car houses this one of a kind inn. The car is richly appointed with fine furnishings and inlaid woods shined to a soft patina and harkens to the era when a journey was more than just a means to get from place to place, but an event to be savored by those fortunate enough to travel in first class luxury.” More info

 

Location
Buchanan, VA. 24066
Phone: (540) 463-2575 (evenings only) or (540)-460-1932
email: harris@jamesriverrealtyva.com


Camping

Middle Creek Campground: A privately owned campground just on the outskirts of Buchanan that offers electric and water hook ups, camp store and a swimming pool. More info

North Creek Campground: This small primitive campground is located on North Creek in the Jefferson National Forest. It’s operated by the forestry department and reservations can be made at reservations.gov. More info