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Southwest Virginia has some of the richest history and culture in Virginia. Abingdon, being the center piece and cross roads for the area, has its roots in the mid to late 1700’s. At one point, this area was the last stagecoach stop before the great West. The old Tavern of Abingdon was the final stagecoach stop before reaching the greater expanse of the territories yet to be settled. Such famous people as Andrew Jackson and L’enfant, who designed Washington DC have stayed in the Inn.
The lush forests and rolling hills of Southwest Virginia are what’s left of a glacial valley from the last ice age. Southwest Virginia sits at the end of the Shenandoah Valley and has become a little gem hidden within the mountains surrounding its borders.