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This year we are celebrating our 200th anniversary! It was in 1820 that Thomas Easley, an ancestor of the innkeeper, built the house and began farming the land.

Oak Grove has been given the Virginia Green Travel Leader Award by Virginia Green for reducing the environmental impacts of our B&B. Read more here.

Set aside your hectic life for a moment and let us pamper you, where the pace is slower and the hospitality warm.

Your visit to Oak Grove starts with a glass of lemonade or iced tea served leisurely on our front porch overlooking 400 acres full of Southern pines, oaks and teeming with wildlife…crickets, birds, frogs, box turtles and an occasional fox.

After you are shown your room, you are offered a leisurely tour of the innkeeper’s ancestral home. After the tour, you will have plenty of time to see Civil War and Revolutionary War landmarks, car racing venues, antique shops, lakes and museums.

Relax on the Porch at Oak Grove Plantation Bed & Breakfast

Relax on the Porch at Oak Grove Bed & Breakfast

In the evening, we’ll direct you to some of the area’s fine restaurants, not far from the Bed & Breakfast.

After a refreshing night’s sleep in one of the three guest rooms, you’ll awaken to the smell of our specialties such as Cluster Springs Egg Puff, Lemon Souffle Pancakes, homemade biscuits or muffins and coffee or other delicious choices in the Victorian dining room, with the sun shining in through the full-length bay windows.

You may want to read a book on our cheery sun porch, go on a walk or have a reiki treatment from the innkeeper…a hands-on soothing and relaxing exercise. Whatever you do, you’ll return home rejuvenated, wanting to come back again.

For Pickett’s virtual tour of Oak Grove, click here:

Part 1, the parlor and guest rooms

Part 2, the dining room and grounds.

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