Shavers of Abingdon Bed & Breakfast is a late 19th century Victorian home located in Abingdon, VA. It is within walking distance of the historic campsite of the Kings Mountain Men, who defeated the British at Kings Mountain, SC, and led to the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, VA. There are re-enactments of this camp gathering annually in the fall. Early owners of the home include Abingdon industrialist W. N. Fortune, who operated the Old Stone Mill, formerly Claps Textile Factory. The home was also owned by Olin R. Prather, a wealthy oil baron who frequently entertained Texas oil men, including former President George H. Bush.
At Shavers of Abingdon, we offer comfortable rooms, delicious homemade breakfasts, courteous and friendly service, and a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Enjoy the historical ambience of the Shavers of Abingdon Bed & Breakfast, with easy access to the Barter Theatre, the Virginia Creeper Trail, the Bristol Motor Speedway, and the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, as well as many other area attractions.
Address619 Colonial Rd SW
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