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Explore the Blue Ridge Mountains

Scenic Views and Spectacular Hikes



Although Floyd is our “urban” center, time spent on your Virginia mountain vacation at Mountain Song Inn will transfer your thoughts from the harried and complex to the simple grandeur of the outdoors.

Our elegant and romantic Virginia bed and breakfast is high and secluded in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where the sights, smells, and sounds of the country soothe, relax, and make you glad you came; mountain trails, if you are a walker, will lead you to streams, deer haunts, beaver dams, pileated woodpeckers, even eagles from time to time. Outdoor photo-ops abound: You never know what nature may present for the readied aperture.

At the “edifice,” itself, inn activities can keep you busy—if you want to be busy. We have three large decks, two of which are completely covered and, of course, face the mountains. There, you can rock in lazy rockers, swing on the deck swing, and accomplish nothing, or something—like reading or just looking at the mountains until you doze off…

Several bistro tables and chair settings allow relaxed deck seating for viewing, snacking, or a cool drink. A large checker set, with 3″ diameter, native wood checker pieces and checkerboard atop an old whiskey barrel, offers a new slant on an old, timeless game. The rear deck is heavily covered with matured wisteria vines—the glory of the spring, but nonetheless wonderfully verdant thereafter, flourishing until late fall: a canopy of sheer green. This deck faces tiers of mature plantings that create a remembrance of Eden, as it were….

On the Inn’s north side, a large, screened-in porch with wonderful mountain vistas offers you opportunity to snack or just spend time.

The Great Room is the focal point of the Inn, a wall of windows faces the mountains, and window seats (that can actually be comfortably slept upon) flank either side of the huge-stoned, wood-burning fireplace. There is also a pool table for your entertainment.

A den/library/study is adjacent the Great Room and can be closed off for private TV, stereo CDs, or quiet reading. The ample and diverse library is available for your exploration.