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The Henry Clay Inn
114 North Railroad Avenue
Ashland, Virginia 23005
Voice: 804-798-3100
Toll Free: 800-343-4565

The Henry Clay Inn is a quaint country inn located in the historic downtown Ashland. The inn was built in 1992 and furnished with antique reproductions and period pieces. It is the third Inn to be built here, after the first two burnt down the first in 1906 and the second in 1946. Besides the 14 rooms, there is a gift shop that carries local art work, not your usual trinkets, and a restaurant. Wake up to fresh brewed coffee and a continental buffet breakfast in the restaurant. It is also opened for brunch on Saturday and Sunday and dinner on Friday and Saturday. The conference rooms can hold your business meeting, reception, or party for 5 to 50 guests. The restaurant is available for catering if your affair as well.

Most of the rooms are set up with a queen size bed. Two of the rooms have two double beds. One room has a queen bed and a twin bed. Then Two of the rooms are suites with king size beds, the Corporate Suite and the Honeymoon Suite. All rooms are non-smoking and have cable TV, computer modem hookup, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, coffee maker, wireless internet access, and complimentary Virginia bottled water. The suites also have a microwave and refrigerator. All rooms include a homemade continental buffet breakfast.

Relax in one of the two sitting rooms, one downstairs and one upstairs. Both have a fireplace and comfortable seating. You can also sit and rock on one of the grand porches overlooking downtown and Randolph Macon College.



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