The Virginia Home Inn was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. It was originally built for Marshall Fields in 1920. A 22-room home that has been skillfully converted into a quaint, country bed & breakfast with 8 rooms available for overnight guests. Each room has it’s own private bath with room darkening shades, allowing the perfect amount of light and are furnished with either poster or brass beds along with handmade quilts, Williamsburg quilts and white linen.
The downstairs area features a large gathering room furnished with antiques, old paintings, a brick fireplace and a large dining room. A sitting room with fireplace is located upstairs and is the perfect place to curl up with a cup of tea or a book. If you like the outdoors, enjoy the view from the 80 foot balcony or porch while relaxing in a wicker rocker, love-seat or chair.