Early Inn at the Grove: Virginia Bed and Breakfast CamaraderieNot only is the music scene hopping, the food at neighboring Bootleggers Cafe will get your mouth watering. Located in an old Coca-Cola Bottling Company building, enjoy a sirloin steak, make your own burger, or try the oyster po’boy. They also feature a “Low Country Boil” that will remind you of dinner with the family on a Sunday night!
"The sense of pa rtnership on the corner of Floyd Ave and Franklin St with Early Inn, Harvester, and Bootleggers Cafe is amazing! It's a traveler's dream to drive the beautiful mountain range, park the car, walk to see great music, and have a delicious meal!" said Amy Hager, former Association Director of StayVA.Finally, Amy's innkeeper of the day started with breakfast. breakfast was where Amy finally started as "innkeeper for the day." She helped serve guests roasted breakfast potatoes, quiche, fruit and homemade bread. That was followed by cleaning rooms for the next guests to enjoy. To her surprise, there were original members of The Bed and Breakfast Association of Virginia at the breakfast table. She also talked with former innkeepers of a property in Luray. The couple opened their business over 30 years ago, and the conversation between Keri and the former innkeepers was friendly and funny. As you can imagine, it was mostly filled with stories of great guests! Overall, the Early Inn enjoyed their time with Amy as innkeeper for the day - but from the sounds of the adventure, it seems Amy did a little more playing than work that day!