The Inn at the Crossroads was built in 1818 and registered as a National Historic Place and a Virginia Historic Landmark. The Inn is part of the Southern Albemarle Rural Historic District.
The Inn has served no other purpose in it’s history other than as a stop for the weary traveler. It recalls the period of the 1820’s when the Inn first served as a tavern and overnight lodging for farmers and travelers using the Staunton-James River turnpike and has been virtually unaltered since its construction giving present day guests a glimpse of how early 1800s taverns were built and what it must have been like to stay in them.
The historic Inn at the Crossroads is conveniently located in Charlottesville’s “tasting triangle” next door to Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyard and just minutes from Loving Cup Organic Vineyard and Winery and Albemarle Ciderworks. We are 15 minutes from Monticello, UVA and the Blue Ridge Parkway.