Get an overview of this hotel3-star Churchville bed & breakfast in Rockfish Gap Entrance Shenandoah with free breakfast


Located in Rockfish Gap Entrance Shenandoah, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Gypsy Hill Park, Beverley Cigar Store, and Staunton Public Library. Trinity Episcopal Church and The Camera Heritage Museum are also within 12 mi (20 km).

Property Features

Meeting rooms, laundry facilities, and a lobby fireplace are available at this bed & breakfast. Continental breakfast is free.

Room Amenities

All 5 rooms offer cable TV, hair dryers, and ironing boards.

Bed & Breakfast Amenities

Bed & Breakfast Amenities

A complimentary breakfast is offered. This Churchville bed & breakfast also offers a fireplace in the lobby and laundry facilities.

  • Total number of rooms - 5 
  • Free breakfast 
  • Fireplace in lobby 
  • Laundry facilities 
  • Meeting rooms 

Room Amenities

  • Air conditioning 
  • Turndown service 
  • Bathrobes 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Cable TV service 

Where to Eat

Guests are offered complimentary continental and full breakfasts.

Bed & Breakfast Policies


Check-in time starts at 3 PM

Special check-in instructions:


Check-out time is 11 AM

Children and extra beds

  • Children are welcome.


  • Pets not allowed

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.

Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.

Bed & Breakfast Name

  • Buckhorn Churchville
  • Buckhorn Inn Churchville

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4.9 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
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200 year old bed and breakfast

4 out of 5
by from hanover va
Posted Nov 2, 2015
Pros: the age and how well its cared for . very original
Cons: more dining options
Location: any thing you like to do in the mountains is here ....hiking ,caves apples( in season) many civil war sites ...lots of antique shops
Greeted by the owner and given a tour.the history is quite interesting. personal letters from the past . . We went in the fall to see the colors , did some hiking, and toured weyers cave .
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Lovely place to relax, stars shine brightly

4 out of 5
by from Vienna, VA
Posted Oct 15, 2015
Pros: Family atmosphere made my kids feel welcome, and also was a great place for them to explore in the woods, look at rocks in the stream, pet the cat.
Location: very close to Staunton where there's the Woodrow Wilson Library, an amazing park called Gypsy Hill which boasts a duck pond with beautiful swans.
Lovely space away from it all, but just a quick drive into Staunton. Host was congenial as were his kids. The property had a calming effect on our children, and the host's children were particularly calm and friendly. I think the proximity to the forest and sense of quiet over there can be very good for kids. They had a nice swing and a sandbox for the kids, as well as chickens, rabbits (with baby bunnies at the time of our visit, and a cat who also just had kittens. So, this was a great place for the family to unwind. The room was perfect for a family of 4, two day beds and one king/queen for the parents.
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Great B&B by the mountains

5 out of 5
Posted Jul 8, 2015
Enjoyed the experience. Sylvia and Harlan were amazing hosts.
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One regret

5 out of 5
by from Bluegrass State
Posted May 18, 2015
The only regret I have is that we could not stay longer. We were in town only 1 night for graduation at mbc. The location was off the beaten path and perfect for relaxation. The Yoders are wonderful host and the place was immaculate. The homemade bread was great. When you go plan to stay for a while.
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Country Experience

4 out of 5
by from Madison, IN
Posted Aug 16, 2014
Pros: The hotel was a stage coach stop in the early 1800s. We liked the friendly service and a clean comfortable room in a historic building.
Location: Staunton VA and several other nearby towns have attractive historic districts. The hotel is located in a National Forrest which is great for hiking.
The staff was very helpful. We enjoyed the history and19th century charm of the hotel . We arrived after nearby restaurants were closed so the hotel owner prepared a tasty supper for us. A wide variety of choices were available for breakfast.
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5 out of 5
by from Claymont, DE
Posted Jul 22, 2014
Pros: Clean, homey, historic.
Cons: Nothing comes to mind.
Location: Fall foliage.
My wife, mother-in-law and I visited the inn during the government shutdown in 2013. The facility is clean and homey, and the couple running the inn are dedicated to making your stay enjoyable. And oh my, the breakfast was magnificent! The best at any B&B I've ever visited.
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Rural experience

4 out of 5
by from uk
Posted Sep 10, 2013
Pros: Quirkiness of it.
Cons: Not applicable
Location: Very rural and isolated.
This is a very homely B&B in a genuine old property of a quirky nature. Breakfast was excellent, all home cooked. Dining in the evening is very limited in the area, nearest restaurant, very basic, is seven miles away. Four guests eat with the family, unexpected and unusual. Lady running it was very nice and gave us a history tour of the house.
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Sold me on the Inn Experience

4 out of 5
by from Charlotte, NC
Posted Jul 20, 2013
Pros: the rustic feel; the sense of a prior time;
Cons: computer access, if needed, but slow
Location: Natural chimney is nearby where we attended a music festival.
We checked in around 10 pm but no problem. Sylvia was gracious, took her time showing us around and sharing information. The wide, varying width board on the floor, the winding staircase, the clawfoot bathtub, .... all made it very memorable. The burned floor board in front of the fireplace surely has a story behind it since this was an inn where the stage coach would stop with passengers. Sylvia truely opened her home to use and in no time you felt very comfortable just walking around, sitting on the porch with the hummingbirds, ...
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Warmth and charm

5 out of 5
by from CA
Posted Sep 25, 2012
I felt very much at home, was treated like part of the family
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Good for nature lovers

5 out of 5
by from Framingham, MA
Posted Jul 30, 2012
The family owns the hotel, so the atmosphere is very friendly... The place is beautiful. Will go there again.
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