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Experience the Magic of Christmas in Historic Harrisonburg

Stonewall Jackson Inn's Holiday Package

To: Guests of “The Friendly City” Love, Stonewall Jackson Inn Each year when the air gets that twinkly feeling and the overnight snowfall brings wonder in the morning sun, we can feel the spark of Christmas a-coming. The warm glow of a fireplace, the glimmer from lights bedecking branches — all these things awaken our […]

Love and Lavender: A Visit to White Oak Lavender Farm


Since the beginning of my innkeeping internship here at the Stonewall Jackson bed and breakfast, Wayne has encouraged me to explore the beautiful town of Harrisonburg. Last week after hearing rave reviews from guests about the White Oak Lavender Farm, I decided to pop down to the Farm for a visit. Spoiler alert—this place lives […]

Hello, Red!

Meet Red

The Red Chair recently stopped in for a sit at the Stonewall Jackson Inn. “Red,” as the well-traveled little chair is affectionately known by innkeepers, is on a mission to spend time at bed & breakfasts across the country, encouraging those who pass through to take time to sit and enjoy a peaceful place (and […]

The Stonewall Jackson Inn Quilt Block

Wayne & the SJI Quilt Block

If you’ve been a visitor to the Stonewall Jackson Inn sometime in the past few years, you may have noticed a curious 4’x4′ painted square attached to the side of the Inn’s building. And if you’ve wandered around the downtown area, you may have noticed other squares, decorated with varying patterns and adorning the fronts […]

New Mug Colors — Just In!

Stonewall Jackson Inn Mugs

These beauties just arrived from Deneen Pottery and we’re enjoying the bright new colors! You may recognize the glaze-topped dark blue and grey, but the solid red, white, and grey are brand-new. What do you think? We love working with Deneen Pottery on our mug orders. Nationally known and beloved by the hospitality industry, they’re […]

Go Deep: Luray Caverns

Luray Caverns

Some of Virginia’s mainstay attractions are the multitude of caverns scattered throughout the mountain ranges and valley. Starting long ago, the slow work of water weaving its way through cracks and crevices carved passageways through cavities in the mountain. The minerals and deposits left behind formed otherworldly sculptures and structures — the stalactites and stalagmites […]