We have put up family and friends at the Henry Clay Inn several times over the years. It is locally-owned and operated. The Inn is a replica of an earlier Henry Clay Inn, which burned in the first half of the 20th century. It's location is in the heart of a railroad town, across from the campus of Randolph Macon College, and is adjacent to the Amtrak station. It also provides a great location for walking through the small downtown business district and the larger historic district. The Inn serves dinner on some evenings, and brunch on certain days. There are good places to walk for meals, also.
The Inn offers a variety of rooms with private baths. Plan ahead if you hope to stay here; it often has vacancies, but during wedding weekends or college weekends, it is often booked. After staying in many inns, I would rate our local Henry Clay Inn as a good one. It is well-staffed, well-furnished, and comfortable.
In the heart of town. Low key, comfortable, and very well-kept.
This inn was built in 1992 as a replica of the original 1906 Georgian Revival-style building destroyed by fire in 1946. Step onto the grand porch to enter the lobby. There you will see photographs of the fire displayed. Rooms start at $72 a night and there is an upmarket restaurant on site.
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